dashiana:

Time for some summer-y pastels! In continuation to the "Don’t Tell Me What to Do!" picture (thank you so much to everybody who reblogged and liked it!), this time Koneko-Chan “Fights Like a Girl”! :) Remember to check out Koneko’s facebook page for updates, fanart and more!

dashiana:

Time for some summer-y pastels! In continuation to the "Don’t Tell Me What to Do!" picture (thank you so much to everybody who reblogged and liked it!), this time Koneko-Chan “Fights Like a Girl”! :) Remember to check out Koneko’s facebook page for updates, fanart and more!

sabrinagrimm:

*devil appears on your shoulder* hey man….why even bother with lineart….just clean up the sketch….no one has to know…..

i love this little boop

i love this little boop

tagged: #sand boa  #snake 
Anonymous asked: what is stimming ?

fullelven-winchester:

Stimming is different from person to person, but it is a behavior that is typically repetitive that is used as a means to soothe an unwanted sensation/emotion/state of mind. Sometimes, stimming is entirely unintentional and to force a person to stop stimming can sometimes exacerbate the issue they’re trying to deal with. 

Stimming can be things as simple as chewing on a #2 pencil. It could be curling in a ball and rocking back and forth. Some people have vocal stims, like randomly meowing (as I used to do when I was a kid when I felt uncomfortable). There are literally ENDLESS ways people stim. Jumping around, hand flapping, screaming, flailing, running, rocking, bouncing your knee up and down…the list goes on.

Stimming, when I see it spoken about on Tumblr (and this is mostly because of the circles of people that I follow, is associated with Autism. However, stimming is not an Autism-only behavior. There are many neurotypical people who stim without thinking, there are many neurodivergent/non-autistic people who stim.

Stimming just seems to be frowned on a lot by neurotypical people when it has to do with Autistic people (or really anyone who does it in a way that cannot be passed as ‘socially acceptable’) does it. They’re forced into therapies that try to recondition the behavior and are shamed for it. 

When really, it should never be treated as a bad thing. Even in the instance of hurting oneself as a stim, rather than shaming it, they should simply be guiding them toward a safer stim that can be substituted for it (instead of biting ones self, bite an inanimate object) 

I hope this helps! (I may have missed stuff, someone feel free to reblog and correct me if needed) 

having confidence issues about my artwork again, like bad enough to make me hesitant about posting art

ew ugh ugughskdhs

tagged: #txt 
seebreezeart:

TEENY TINY GULLION FOR MY BUDDY BUD ZENO


oh mygod YAAASS 

bitty baby Gullion

seebreezeart:

TEENY TINY GULLION FOR MY BUDDY BUD ZENO

oh mygod YAAASS bitty baby Gullion
tagged: #art for me 
nishimikan:

considering his teeth, i had to draw scourge eventually
here he is

nishimikan:

considering his teeth, i had to draw scourge eventually

here he is