michael eats by cramming his food through the eyeholes of his mask
loomis actually bought him that burger at the drive through. #knowthefacts
This is so lovely and so true. (Especially about the patience. I feel like apologising to every single person who’s been following my WIP since last year and has been patient with the failure I am. I love you all ❤)
Or just content in general lol
*gets compliment on work*
Me: Thank you
Pyramid Head themed playlists on Spotify be like:
magic spacey sky
reference: skyrim screenshot
The opposite of a mansion murder mystery where everyone present is a bounty hunter who really wants to take credit for the murder and the detective has to find out who really did it
Assistant: “What about the gunpowder found at the scene?”
Detective: “I thought about that as well! But as you can see from the bullet wound, it was clearly done posthumously.”
Assistant: “Remarkable find! But why would someone shoot a corpse?”
*Bounty hunter ‘Gun shootman’ tossing his hat on the ground and stomping it as he rips up the contract he hoped to cash in on fulfilling*
Femme fatale: his ink bottle was knocked over detective. I dont know if that means anything but its all i could find. *coquettishly turns and shows off ink stains on dress*
Detective: The victim was murdered in the lounge actually so i don’t think there should have been any ink there at all
Femme fatale: *takes off heels and throws them through the glass window*
In the end it’s revealed that the “victim” died of natural causes
1. You are responsible for your own media experience.
2. There is such a thing as a healthy level of avoidance towards topics that make you feel unwell or even (in a real-life clinical definition of the term) trigger you - but you are the one to actively take care of what you view.
3. Avoiding does not mean policing others.
4. You have no right to tell artists to censor themselves - you may criticize what others do, you may dislike it, that’s fine - but actively asking for censorship when you could easily unfollow or block a person just makes you look incompetent in your use of the internet.
5. Do not give people on tumblr or /any/ website the responsibility for your emotional well-being. Because these people do not even know you so no, you have no right to ask them to take care of you.
6. Content creators are not your parents and owe you nothing, not even a breakdown on why their content isn’t problematic. You don’t get to demand a dissertation denouncing any and everything unhealthy in a piece you don’t like. Move on.
7. Tagging is a nicety but not an obligation. You can message people, politely, and ask them to tag things, and many people will, but understand that it’s their blog and they aren’t obliged to say yes. Unfollow and block when you need to. Circling back to number 1, you are responsible for curating your own experience.
8. Don’t be a jerk. Remember at the end of the day, there are actual living, breathing people behind each screen name. Don’t say anything you wouldn’t say to someone’s face in real life.
I cannot stress enough how important it is to remember this.
9. Respect others who set boundaries for themselves. Don’t create fake accounts to go around a block. Don’t harass someone who unfollows you. People do not owe you any explanation of why their boundaries are there but you DO owe them the decency of respecting them.
the unheard rites of beasts // jeremy hush • farm equipment association of minnesota and south dakota • untitled // lianna schreiber • hannibal: amuse-bouche // jim danger greg • fantastic fungi // louis schwartzberg • autumn on the wissahickon // valerie hegarty
michael myers being like in his 60s is so so very funny to me dude will not stop slashing. he should be at cracker barrel getting the senior discount
I love my teeth.
Also been going through a bit of an artistic rut so it was good to change up my medium a bit and break out the ol’ dip pen.
I think an underrated horror trope is “insular christian cult worshipping something that slowly reveals itself to be Very Much Not God”. I think it speaks something to the bastardized nature of american christian sects like southern baptist and others. I think in a lot of ways the way colonialism pairs with christianity in the americas really makes it demonic in ways that horror makes powerful statements about.
“There is no god in this church. Nothing but an empty box built on atrocities. You think the christian God watches over America? God did not come with us to this land.”
“The Avatar of Evil”
Although I don’t have time to do all 31 days of Inktober this years, this commish I did for a friend hits the aesthetic pretty well.