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Forgot to put up this piece I did! #subtractivemethodisapain #drawing #charcoal

Bonsai in Charcoal

Rural Road 4 by Sue Bryan
charcoal & carbon on arches
15 x 15 in’


Ok tumblr, I know the power of the internet so just hear me out right quick as I ask for a simple favor. See those cereal boxes up there? If you buy any Kellogg’s product with that Free Book logo on it there is a 16 digit code inside your box of cereal. Now, when you get three of those codes together you submit them online and they will send you a free Scholastic book. Now I’m sure you’re wondering why I’m bringing it up, so here goes.

I teach first grade at a school where the kids have little to nothing. Through generous donations (government, three square, various community partners, etc.) the kids get backpacks, clothes, shoes, free breakfast/lunch, and some school supplies. The school is not in the best part of town. I’ve had students who live with grandparents because their own parents are in jail, kids who have parents that don’t have custody over them for various reasons, and so on and so forth. Now I am trying to get my kids to read books, but they literally don’t have any books at home that they can use to practice their reading. Sure they get a library book from the school library but it’s not the same, you know? They don’t own the book, it’s not theirs. 

Here’s where you come in. If you happen to buy one of these specially marked boxes and don’t plan on using the code please send me that code through my ask box. If 60 people on here send me a code I’ll be able to get 20 books, which will easily allow me to get each of my students a brand new book of their own. I used the Fly Guy books above because my kids are currently obsessed with the character and the book has sight words that we’re working on in class. Even if you have no codes, I’d appreciate the signal boost as well.

So, if you happen to get a code please send it my way. I would appreciate it and so would my kids. Heck, if I get 60 codes, that would give me enough to give each of my students a book and I will gladly take a picture to show you how excited they are to get a book. If more codes keep coming, I’ll post up their thank you notes. They’re seven so expect something awesome. Thanks in advance.


Source: Red Labour

Part of a series about women in aviation

Gustav Klimt
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Graphic Designer | Artist Austin Gullixson (tumblr)


A spectacular fuck-ton of human leg references.

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人物を描く基本 使える美術解剖図 [単行本(ソフトカバー)]

Denis Diderot’s Encyclopédie, ou, Dictionnaire universel raisonné des connoissances humaines

The Anatomy of the External Forms of Man, Intended for the Use of Artists, Painters and Sculptors by Hippolyte Bailliere

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that ridiculous mind palace of yours