i showed this to my sister and she slapped me
This is amazing.
More Sherlock. With lots of textures (from http://www.mayang.com/textures/). I’m not super happy with how it turned out, but I thought I’d put it up anyways. (Fanart 13/100)
Just watched the first episode of season 3! Sherlock, John, and Mary. I’m rooting for a complicated and wonderful triad relationship. (Fanart 12/100)
Sarah, the Wiseman (plus Hat), Jareth, and Toby from Jim Henson’s Labyrinth. Whew! That took a while. (Fanart 7/100 to 10/100)
Doodled these ladies this morning. (Prismacolor on printer paper. Fancy!)
I’ve felt like shaving was a stupid beauty standard for a long time, but this past October I had an epiphany that really crystallized this opinion. No one cares about arm hair. Well, people rarely care about arm hair. I don’t realize notice other people’s arm hair. (Edit: After talking to an Indian friend, I have realized that my experience with arm hair is very different as a not-that-noticeably-hairy-armed white person. So lots of people worry about their arm hair. I have been lucky not to have felt the brunt of arm hair shame.) I don’t think arm hair is gross or ugly. So why in the world did I feel like the rest of my body hair was unsightly?
This led to a lot of googling for stories about women who chose to stop shaving, which led to this article and this article (and a bunch more I don’t remember), which reminded me of even more reasons that shaving was silly. So I stopped. And now I’m fighting twenty-four years of conditioning in order to accept that body hair is awesome.
This morning I was wondering if there was a body hair body positive adult coloring book. I couldn’t find one, so I thought about making one. And that’s the story of these hairy women. I’d like to draw more of them, with more varied body types, ethnicities, styles of undergarments, and whatnot.
Carlos & Cecil from Welcome to Night Vale, running tests on the trees during their first date. (Fanart 6/100)