Cute pics to draw
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Ghostface Scream Halloween SVG for Craft Machines Cricut Cameo - Etsy
We live in a world where most people take the internet for granted. We think nothing of being able to buy our favorite candy from across the globe, booking vacations and adventures at the click of a button, ordering dinner when we don’t have the energy to cook, and stalking our ex-boyfriends on social media. We’ve become so accustomed to the internet that we don’t appreciate it as much as we should. So, here’s our declaration of love, loud and proud for everyone to hear. You’re our favorite…
Zaid saved to single tweets
There is a huge variety of crystals for men, all with different meaning and healing properties; below are the top 8 healing gemstones. No matter...
Phiang-or Urailuksamee saved to Aesthetic
This is Sprite, she’s funny and playful but is very easy to scare. She has a good heart but isn’t strong. Her mother is Starfighter and her father is Blizzard. She was adopted and her brother Quinn was too.
Susan Aliffi saved to Cat art
Photographer Nicholas Nixon, the husband to Bebe Brown, took a photo of his wife and her three sisters Heather, Mimi, and Laurie, in 1975. Instead of just stopping there, the sisters and Nixon decided to turn the family photo into a project and meet up every year for 40 years to take the same photo.
You have to see this video of the sleeping baby elephant. Oh the cuteness! Babies are babies no matter their size...
Did you do the “Nitty Gritty” back in 1964? If so, were you as outrageously energetic as this young fellow is? In 1964, young people were doing a dance called the “Nitty Gritty.” This performance is a video time capsule of sorts showing how much dance styles have changed since the sixties. Bobby Banas is
Katrina Kinney saved to Dance basics
32-Year-Old Independent Modern Woman Continues To Draw Comic Books Based On Her Observations Of Society (New Pics)
Content by women that’s meant to empower other women - now that’s what I like to see. Lainey Molnar is a talented artist who creates relatable comics about self-acceptance, motherhood, refusing to adhere to social stereotypes, and freedom of choice. These clever and very current comics touch on everyday situations that even men might resonate with.
laonanee saved to Quick Saves
Learn to Draw like a Master Artist with over 42 hours of easy to follow training videos This step by step instruction will have you drawing better than you ever imagined possible.
Nikithadadannagari saved to Pencil arts