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sonyboy2 days ago
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I did something....
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dommnics6 months ago
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Saw Raya and the Last Dragon with a friend today and REALLY loved it!!
Give me a warrior princess any day and I鈥檒l eat it up (also we got not only one but TWO warrior princesses? 馃槼)
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edgy-senju7 months ago
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Hey yes it's me again, reminding yall to SUPPORT CONTENT CREATORS and REBLOG ART AND WRITING :)
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because appearently people here forgot that the ones who post original content would like to be supported. (and not because we're selfish, but because CREATING ORIGINAL CONTENT IS DIFFICULT AND TAKES TIME, and not receiving support is really demotivating. )
Now take a look at these.
The notes i used to get some months ago:
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And the notes i get now:
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People literally stopped reblogging art. (and tumblr hiding our posts and not suggesting them to other people SURELY DOESN'T HELP馃榾) Which makes me wonder.
WHY TF AREN'T PEOPLE REBLOGGING ORIGINAL CONTENT ANYMORE?
Reblogging is the only way you can help artists and writers to get the stuff they post seen by others, and it lets us understand that people care about what we do. Consider it like... giving a tip to the artist: they make original content, and if you really like it, you reblog it, helping them and also making them happy :). (Also if people don't reblog, small artists will never have the occasion to shine so PLEASE do it.)
Also, Liking a post is nice, yeah, but unfortunately it won't get the post anywhere.
So. If you like an artist/writer and wish to support them, LIKE but also REBLOG, it takes two seconds to click that green arrow button and share something with your followers and people should learn again how to do that.
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alexjohnstonarta month ago
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Sasha in Wartwood dress attire聽
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muggystickers4 months ago
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So I just started watching Castlevania. Alucard gotta be my favorite, I haven't even finished the first season.
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dommnics3 months ago
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Drawing Disney princesses is so therapeutic for me haha
I love Tiana sooooo much and I鈥檓 extremely聽 happy she鈥檚 finally getting more of a spotlight with her upcoming solo show!
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edgy-senju8 months ago
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*Kicks down your door*
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Since a lot of people here suddently stopped reblogging, here's a friendly reminder to reblog art/writing because in this way you can actually HELP artists/writers to get the stuff they post seen by others, letting them know what without taking away op's control on the post and
So please. PLEASE. Reblog art, reblog writing, it's full of small artists and authors here, who aren't going anywhere because people aren't reblogging anymore. Give artists and writers the occasion to grow, to become famous and bring happiness to others with their content. Because we put effort in what we do, and sometimes not getting any appreciation is very demotivating, and that could also bring someone to stop posting, y'know?
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Reblogs make people who post original content feel valid, appreciated, supported. And people who reblog are a godsend.
And remember: 鉁≧EBLOGS鉁 and 馃拃REPOSTS馃拃 AREN'T THE SAME THING. Reblogging is good. Reposting is bad.
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mysteriousartcentury10 months ago
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John William Waterhouse (1849-1917), Circe Offering the Cup to Ulysses, 1891, oil on canvas, 148 x 92 cm. Gallery Oldham - Circe was a beautiful sorceress who turned mortals into animals by giving them a wine filled with an evil potion. Circe used such a potion on Ulysses鈥 crew turning them into pigs while Ulysses AKA (Odysseus) was taking care of another matter. Ulysses learned of this and was able to attain a medicine from Hermes to prevent Circe鈥檚 potions from having an effect on him. He went to Circe鈥, who had him drink the potion to turn him into a pig as well, when it did not work Ulysses drew his sword and threatened Circe鈥 who, in disbelief, begged him to forgive her. Read more
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