Blue Studio {Diary

Brazilian, Penciler, Fangirls over LotR+Hobbit+Avengers
+Doctor Who


@marvel Flattery will get you nowhere! Probably. Maybe. *looks the other way* 

Marvel x Ruffalo, you guys are cute. 

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↳ Bucky struggles with his memories and looks up on the internet what damage the Winter Soldier -he- has done.

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Of course they know.

[That Vulture article from April 2013]

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CHRIS EVANS APPRECIATION: The eyebrows of seduction

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The Avengers. It’s what we call ourselves, sort of like a team. “Earth’s Mightiest Heroes” type thing.

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female anatomy by mojette

Wow FINALLY a decent reference of the muscles on the female figure WITHOUT the breast content. It has always bothered me that they always have to include the breasts when showing the muscle anatomy on the female body, considering breasts vary in size and shape a lot and isn’t even muscles to begin with.



Drawing things out makes me feel a little better

Sorry for the long rant ^^;

Some people don’t feel artists deserve compensation seeing as it’s not as “essential” as, say, doctors or plumbers….Of course, then there are those who think that artists don’t even deserve recognition, let alone payment, so they take away artist sources and comments, thinking that artists live off of the euphoria of drawing alone (and of course if we complain about it, we’re being selfish bitches or spoiled brats). 

Yes, recognition is amazing, but we also don’t want to work for free (unless it’s something you just REALLY want to do of course and isn’t looking to buy food with recognition coupons). There are plenty of great companies and people who hire artists, and these hired paid artists get plenty of recognition.

Also, Stephen Silver’s video on this is pretty great so take a look if you haven’t yet.

Please note: I don’t mean to say you shouldn’t ever draw for anyone for free evar ever, but you deserve to be paid. Your art has value, and more importantly, your artistic skills have value and people should not expect it for free. 

This also is pretty good/funny: Should I work for free? a flow cart

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Right now I am badly stuck and I’m angry and frustrated. But I also know that sometimes, one has to take a big step and that even though it might not happen right away, good things will happen eventually. And don’t forget how rewarding it feels when you’ve finally climbed that stupid step!

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