I just read a fanfic that crushed my soul. It was fantastic and I loved it but hate it at the same time. It’s an American Dragon: Jake Long fanfic called Dragon Blood. Check it out if that interests you.
Think of each chapter of your life as a sketchbook page. Clinging onto the past is like reworking into a drawing over and over again when the space on the current page has run out, instead of bravely turning over and starting a new one. It doesn’t make that old drawing any less valid, beautiful or important - it will be there for you to look back on as you keep adding drawings. Being forced to start from scratch is always daunting, but just think about how many pages you’ve subconsciously managed to go through in your lifetime already and how each time you’ll get a little better. You’re just the pen - your newest sketch can be whatever you want it to be. Don’t be scared of the blank page or think your previous drawings now mean nothing because you can’t go back to work on them anymore. Confront your fears and start a new piece. It doesn’t matter if you’re not sure what it should look like just yet. You can figure out as you go, because isn’t that half the fun in the first place? Whether it turns out similar to the last one or entirely different doesn’t matter. You’re still the same person, it’s just that some people change a lot whilst others stay fairly consistent. The important thing is, to keep making sketches. Don’t be afraid to live, because that’s like not drawing altogether.
I don’t deal well with big changes so my dad gave me some serious advice last night because I was scared of starting college/’losing my old self’. Thought I’d share it here for anyone else who might need it. (via andythelemon)
Okay so someone i follow lost all of her custom brushes so i made a masterpost for anybody who needed it
First i have some links:
And now full pictures i found in google a looong time ago:
And last a blog with a bunch of these:
http://ptsbrushes.tumblr.com/ (though it doesn’t update much)
erhmm…yep that’s about it