Alriiiiight, hit 50 followers today :,D I have no idea why people choose to follow this tumblr since it’s a mess of dorky things that interest me combined with my awful, awful sketches, but i’m really glad to have all of you nontheless. <3
In celebration, as usual, i’m offering a list of 5 free…
Guys, guys, check this out!
If I hadn’t already gotten this awesome drawing I’d definitely ask for some cool sketch. So reblog! Go, go, go!
to start the celebration i decided to do another round of free sketches, 4 slots this time. the first four people to reblog this and tell me what they want get a dumbass portrait of whatever/whomever they wish. :>
Here goes… :D
I’d love to see you draw some bad-ass little girl. The ‘crazy, tree-climbing, liking dinosaurs better than puppies’ type.
I’ve just spent my weekend reading this book instead of drawing…
But it surely hasn’t been a waste! So I hereby recommend reading the 4 Hour Work Week to anyone who has an open view on life and work.
Not that I agree with everything in the book - I hardly think outsourcing the tasks we don’t wanna do to developing countries is a good idea at all, and I also don’t advocate having a business just to get a cash flow - but there are some really solid ideas here as well as thought provoking, rule-bending stories on how we can live our lives, contrary to what we’ve been told.
I especially agree with his definition of ‘new rich’ where life style - and thus life quality - is more important than the amount of money you have in the bank (even more so: you don’t need a lot of money to be rich) and the way he tackles the big questions that keep us from pursuing the fullness of life.
Do look into the various do-it-yourself strategies in the book. I know I’m going to!