~The Tiniest Stapler~


imagine ur otp


the forehead touch


there’s always that one character where you’re like “tbh I love this character bc I am this character”

me plotting with people i don't know: Hi, I saw you like my post on Tumblr and I was wondering if you wanted to plot?
me plotting with people i do know: whAT UP, LET'S DO A FUCKING THING








youre gonna look so godamn cool




Harry was the favorite kid and he wasn’t even an official part of the family

Because Molly knows exactly how the Dursleys treat him. There’s no way Ron wouldn’t tell her. And Molly Weasley is a Mother. She gets a capital M because she is goddamn phenomenal at what she does. When she hears Harry Potter is on the train to Hogwarts in Book 1, her reaction isn’t to be starstruck. It’s to say “that poor dear had to come here all on his own.” Molly Weasley loves harder than anyone. She loves like it’s her sole reason for being. And when she hears there’s a poor boy who has never known love his whole life… how could she not?






My parents aren’t home

You know what that means

*sits in the living room instead of sealing myself away in my room*

this is too accurate 

*parents close the door*, *emerges slowly from room like an easily startled deer*

*Parents come home* *scurries back to room like frightened squirrel*

Y’all think this is a joke but it’s 100% accurate


how to offend shitty people:

  • take a popular character
  • say they’re trans
  • wait


When you’re feeling down and out, REAL friends be like


Hi there! Do you have any tutorials about poses? I've always found them really difficult and I was wondering if you had any tips. Thanks~ c:



Hello, friend! To be honest I think I suck at poses and making them interesting… but I think I do have a few tricks up my sleeve!

But okay, let’s see…


Let’s take a look at this dude. Let’s forget about his horrible anatomy for the moment and look at his pose. The line represent the pose and the dynamics. What makes it boring? The answer should be quite clear; it’s way too symmetrical and it doesn’t tell us anything. The trick is to make both sides unique; different from each other. You don’t really have to have a specific idea about the pose, really. Just make one, and then the viewers can come up with their conclusion. At least your pose will be interesting! Let’s spice him up a little by making each side different.


It looks like I changed much, but I didn’t, really! I placed the body parts differently, and twisted them a bit. Just tilting the hips alone will make your pose look more natural. Just changing the positions will make a very natural-looking stance, that’s also somewhat interesting to observe. Also; the hips and shoulders is what really makes a balanced pose. Basically, like this:


It’s really simple, really. Plus, if you already know how to draw the body as forms (like cylinders, teardrops, etc, like shown in my other tutorial), you shouldn’t have a problem placing them differently on the body. I think, however, perspective is a whole different topic. Sorta.

Now, as also explained in my other tutorial, the line also explains the balance. The further off you go from the line, the more extreme and dynamic it will be!



Then, do some practices, just like these. Yes, you may laugh, but they’re extremely useful! Do small, quick doodles, of people posing. In fact, do them as unserious as you can be. Twist the bodies, have fun! Unconsciously you’re learning how the body works in different poses; don’t worry about being anatomically correct. You can think about that when you’re not fooling around! (: Then, try to draw bodies as silhouettes. Observe how each piece is formed, and which silhouette is more interesting. What makes a pose nice to look at? How do you can you read them merely by their shape? NOTE: Don’t draw a SINGLE line straight. NOT when serious or unserious. It will make your pose look stiff, and it will also limit you. Curve the lines as much as you can!

That’s really the basics, however. At least from what I can offer at the moment. But…


You got the pose down, but something doesn’t seem right. The pose doesn’t look connected to the rest. That is because the pose is equally dependent on how you draw the rest on the person; such as hair, clothes, and expression. It has to move and feel with the body; or else it will look awkward, no matter how good your pose is.

See what I mean? It’s much more believable now, isn’t it? 

Also, observe others. Look at photos. Read about body language. This is SUPER HELPFUL.

Well! That’s all for now, if you have any questions, or more tutorial requests, don’t be afraid to let me know! If you want to see more of my tutorials, click [here]! ♥

Updated with slightly better art.


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