People are so stupid in the event of a dog fight.
I mean, it’s understandable— tensions are high, panic sets in, people try whatever they can to get their dog out safely, but having witnessed hundreds of dog fights in my life, I’ve seen people do some seriously stupid stuff.
The Shiba Inu personality might surprise you. I know that Kenji’s behavior patterns, cognition and emotion definitely define him as, well, unique. But so is his owner! Since many people often ask me if the Shiba Inu personality is a good fit for them, I’ve decided to share with you reasons NOT to…
hahaha too perfect!
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Hands have gone from the bane of my existence to some of my favorite things to draw.
A lot of people get intimidated by drawing hands. Aside from the usual advice “draw from life” and “use reference,” here’s what you need to do. All those appendages and moving parts can be daunting. But what it comes down to is this: treat hands as you would treat the thing that you love drawing. Know what you like. For me: I love drawing faces and the curves of the body.
So when I study hands from life, I try to interpret them in a way that makes drawing them fun for me.
And so all the studying from life bleeds into how I draw hands in everything else:
(excerpted hands from my capstone)
Everyone always says “keep practicing” but I get you—sometimes stuff just seems super boring or too difficult to keep drawing, so you default to drawing the same things over and over again. The best way to combat that is to find something you DO like about drawing difficult things. The more you do it, the easier it becomes.
Dude. Merms friggin’ BRINGS IT with the hands.
Also - Vilppu