Tumblelog by Soup.io
Newer posts are loading.
You are at the newest post.
Click here to check if anything new just came in.

October 16 2017

heinous
Mam coraz częściej nieodparte wrażenie, że pięknym i inteligentnym kobietom najciężej jest znaleźć mężczyznę, który na nie najzwyczajniej zasługuje. Dzisiejsze czasy są pełne gównianych stereotypów, pełne kłamców, manipulantów i dupków. Mało tego, w tym dziwnym świecie te najbardziej wyjątkowe kobiety muszą zmagać się z niezliczoną ilością plotek, złośliwych docinków i nieprawdziwych słów wypuszczanych najczęściej przez facetów, którzy nie mogą ich mieć lub kobiety, które nie mogą z nimi konkurować. Dawniej dziwiło mnie, że wiele naprawdę świetnych dziewczyn nie miało faceta. Teraz absolutnie im się nie dziwię. Wolą być same (nie mylić z samotne) nie dlatego, że nikt ich nie chce. Nie. Wolą być same, bo znają swoją wartość i nie chcą sobie schrzanić życia z byle dupkiem. Wiedzą, że zasługują na więcej…

Ile razy słyszałem ten gówniany stereotyp, że każda ładna kobieta musi być głupia. Każda, która dba o siebie i swój wygląd najczęściej szufladkowana jest przez bandę kretynów lub kretynek, którzy najzwyczajniej w świecie nie dorastają jej do pięt. Ba! Dla wielu facetów może okazać się szokujące, że są na tym świecie kobiety, które nie chcą od nich pieniędzy, malowanie paznokci nie jest ich jedynym zajęciem, nie cierpią plotek i zawsze dokładnie mówią o co im chodzi. Najdziwniejsze jest w tym wszystkim to, że większość facetów teoretycznie o takich marzy. Teoretycznie… bo gdy mają wybór to cholera wie dlaczego prawie zawsze wybierają tępe idiotki bez własnych pasji, marzeń i swojego zdania. I gdzie tu jakaś logika?

Pamiętasz jak pisałem jakiś czas temu, że kobiety mają już dość niezdecydowanych mężczyzn. Są nimi zmęczone. Chciałyby mieć faceta, który dokładnie wie czego chce od życia, który wie jak o nie zadbać i po prostu to robi. Bez pytań, użalania się nad sobą i wszystkich zbędnych „ale”. Oczywiście po chwili pseudo-mężczyźni wylali tonę łez hucznie bijąc w klawiaturę, że to gówno prawda. Nie zrozumieli, że dzięki nim właśnie można wyciągnąć bardzo proste wnioski: wielu dzisiejszych mężczyzn nie lubi się wysilać, wielu nie ma polotu, jaj i finezji. Są nijacy. Jak gówno spłukiwane w kiblu, które chciałoby być traktowane po królewsku.

Dlatego właśnie najgorszy typ dla nich to atrakcyjna, inteligenta, pewna siebie i seksowna kobieta. Przy niej nawet gdyby jakimś cudem zaczęli nagle się wysilać wyglądali by dalej blado jak dupa eskimosa. Nigdy nie byli mężczyznami i najprawdopodobniej nigdy już nimi nie będą.

A inteligentna kobieta nie będzie na siłę szukać adoracji i łykać byle jakich słów od takich facetów. Ona nie potrzebuje przelotnych uczuć i tanich adoratorów. Wymaga szczerości, zdecydowania i zaangażowania. Nie da się oszukiwać. Nawet jeśli raz popełniła błąd, zaufała komuś (bo najzwyczajniej w świecie miała dobre serce), a ktoś to zaufanie wykorzystał i zdeptał – to ona uczy się na błędach. Nie da się drugi raz okłamywać, nie da sobą manipulować i nie pozwoli nikomu się wykorzystywać. Nie da kolejnej szansy zwykłemu pajacowi, a każdego kolejnego klauna rozgryzie momentalnie. Mądrzy ludzie uczą się na błędach i często za tę naukę obrywają słowami, kłamstwami i plotkami rozsiewanymi przez głupszych ludzi nie mających za grosz klasy i szacunku.

Śmieszą mnie więc opinie, że kobiety w dzisiejszych czasach tylko wymagają. Oczekują cudów i zaangażowania nie z tej ziemi. Gówno prawda. Kobiety oczekują, że ktoś ujmie ich duszę i serce po męsku. Czekają na kogoś kto się najzwyczajniej zaangażuje, kto potrafi podejmować męskie decyzje, da im czas, zaufanie oraz obecność. W zamian wniosą do tego związku wszystko co najlepsze, wystarczy tylko dostrzec i pokochać całe piękno, które jest w ich sercu.

Zamiast narzekać drodzy chłopcy weźcie się w końcu za siebie, przestańcie przypinać łatki komuś o kim nie macie bladego pojęcia. Prawda jest taka, że najczęściej do tych pięknych i inteligentnych kobiet nawet wstydzicie się podejść i odezwać jednym słowem, więc jakim cudem wiecie o nich „wszystko”? To samo tyczy się tych pań, które żyją życiem innych zamiast swoim. Nie dorastacie im do pięt. To jasne. I nie zmienią tego plotki czy zazdrość, więc zamiast wylewać tonę jadu uczcie się życia od tych z was, które mają szacunek do siebie i klasę.
— Rafał Wicijowski
Reposted fromkitana kitana
heinous
Reposted fromNarcisse-Noir Narcisse-Noir viakitana kitana
heinous
6273 2bed 500
Reposted frommachinae machinae

October 11 2017

heinous
Reposted fromFlau Flau
heinous
3597 6d90
Reposted frombody-and-soul body-and-soul
heinous
6920 15c3 500
Reposted fromsavatage savatage
heinous
6927 6df0 500
Reposted fromsavatage savatage

September 10 2017

heinous

September 08 2017

heinous

Kogut to mój wyjątek od zasady zlokalizowania. Kiedy jesteś w podstawówce, spotykasz ludzi z różnych środowisk. Złodziei, kurwy i bandytów. Żuli, nie żuli. Później to się kończy. Jak idziesz na studia, dookoła wyrastają tony nudziarzy. Kasa, blachy, kasa, znowu kasa i ile będę zarabiał, jak skończę aplikację.
– Mam drogie hobby. Ma cztery koła.

Byt określa, kurwa, zbyt. Pracujesz w kancelarii, to widzisz prawników, ludzi od reklamy i zmęczonych biznesmenów. Pracujesz w piekarni – poznajesz kosmetyczki, fryzjerki i robotników budowlanych. W sumie to nie ma znaczenia, bo wszyscy i tak są nudni i mają te same nałogi. Tylko wydają na nie inne pieniądze.

— Piotr C. POKOLENIE IKEA
Reposted frompanikea panikea
4865 c1fe 500

timebird84:

tea-and-other-drugs-does-art:

Finally read Leroux’s novel and honestly…. would a twenty-something Erik have been a super angst ball of anger that may just quite almost literally melt into a puddle at the slightest sign of affection?

Probably not but Leroux is dead and he can’t stop me.

Adorable!

Reposted fromrjdaae rjdaae
heinous
3813 e2e1 500
Reposted fromzciach zciach
heinous
4858 e3d0
Reposted fromzciach zciach

September 07 2017

1666 79ce 500

chrispalmerart:

leseanthomas:

Here’s some of the most amazing and invaluable advice you’ll most-likely ever get from one of my good colleagues and legends in comics/gaming, creator JOE MADUREIRA. It’s what i’ve been preaching to you aspiring artists since i arrived on DA, but i think his POV says it perfectly:

*WARNING: SOME MATURE LANGUAGE*

“DO YOU REALLY WANT TO BE A SUCCESSFUL ARTIST? 


Or a successful WORKING PROFESSIONAL?



Believe it or not there is a difference. I’m not usually a soapbox type guy, I don’t like instructing people, and I think I’m a terrible teacher. But hey, it’s Friday and I’m in a strange mood. So here goes:

I’ve noticed that a good number of my fans happen to be aspiring artists themselves. This is for all you guys. I get asked constantly: “Where should I go to school?” “What classes should I take?” “What should I study for anatomy?” “What pencils and paper do you use?” “Should I be working digitally now instead of traditionally?” “How do I fix my poses? Learn composition? Perspective?” “When am I going to develop my own style?” “Who were your influences?” “Teach me how to draw hands!” The list goes on…


Here’s the deal. All of that stuff *is* important, and it may nudge you in the right direction. A lot of it you will discover for yourself. What works best for one person doesn’t work for another. That’s the beauty of art. It’s personal. It’s discovery. DON’T WORRY ABOUT ALL THAT CRAP!

Instead I’m going to answer the questions that you *SHOULD* be asking, but aren’t. These are things that have only recently occurred to me, after doing this for 20+ years. These things seem so obvious, but apparently they elude a lot of people, because I am surprised at how many ridiculously talented artists are ‘failing’ professionally. Or just unhappy. The beauty of what I’m about to tell you is that it doesn’t matter what field you’re in or what your art style is.

In no particular order:


1) DO WHAT YOU LOVE. If you are passionate about what you’re doing, it shows. If you’re having fun, it shows. If you’re bored, IT SHOWS. Some guys are able to work on stuff they have zero interest in, and still pull off great work, but I find that when I do this my motivation takes a huge hit. And Motivation is key. Money is not a great motivator. It’s temporary like everything else. And honestly, I’ve gotten paid the most money for some of the shittiest work I have ever done. That may sound awesome, but it’s not. And here’s why…

2) You MUST stay Excited and Motivated. Have you noticed that there are days you can’t draw a god damned thing? And some days you feel like you can draw anything? It’s 4am but you don’t notice because you are in the ZONE. Your hand is racing ahead of your mind and you can do no wrong?! Maybe it’s some new paper you got. Or a new program you’ve been wanting to try out. Or you just found some amazing shit on DeviantArt, or watched some movie that just makes you want to run straight to your board. This relates to the above because while it is possible to involve yourself in projects you aren’t excited about—maybe you need the cash, or think it will look good on your resume, whatever it is—it’s not going to last. You need to stay fresh. Expose yourself to new things. New techniques. You should be getting tired of your own shit on a fairly regular basis. Otherwise other people will.

3) Check your Ego. If you think you’re the shit, you’re already doomed. You may be really, really good at what you do, but there’s someone better. Sorry. There’s always plenty to learn, even for us old dogs. So when I meet young upstarts who have this sense of entitlement, or a know-it-all attitude, I just have to laugh. Some of the biggest egos I’ve ever witnessed were from people who have accomplished the least. Meanwhile, most guys who are supremely talented AND successful, and have EARNED the RIGHT to have an ego and throw their weight around, don’t. Why is that? It’s because…

4) RELATIONSHIPS ARE IMPORTANT. This may be one of the biggest lessons I’ve had to learn. Early on, I didn’t value my relationships with people. Creatively or otherwise. I felt like I didn’t need anyone’s help and I could figure everything out on my own. Let’s face it, many of us become artists because we are reclusive, social misfits. We’d rather stay inside and draw shit than go outside and play. We like to live inside our own minds. Why not?! It’s awesome in there! And sometimes we don’t want to let other people in. But like I said—you can’t do it alone. I can honestly say that as much as I try to stay current, as much as I try to push my work and draw kick ass shit that will excite people, I would not be where I am today if it weren’t for all the other people I’ve met and learned from along the way. Guys who pulled strings for me. Took risks on me. Believed I was the right guy for the job. You need to manage your relationships. You need to network, and meet people. Drawing comics is still a pretty good place for reclusive types—but if you want to work in big studios—Making games, Films, animation, basically any other type of job on the planet, you’d better start making some connections. Be likeable. Be professional. That doesn’t mean be an opportunistic ladder climber. Fake people lose in the end. Be yourself, but be professional. It’s no secret that when people are hiring, our first instinct is to bring in people we know. It’s human nature. I don’t like unknowns, even if their portfolio is awesome. If we have a mutual connection, if they have great things to say about you, you’re in. If you have AMAZING artwork to show, and I call your last employer and they tell me what a pain in the ass you are to work with, you’re done. Talent and skill only get you so far. I am literally amazed at how often I meet guys that are total assholes and think they are going to get anywhere.

5) Here’s the BIG ONE. The greatest obstacle you will ever have to overcome IS YOURSELF. And the Fear that you are creating in your own head. Stay positive. Stop defeating yourself. There are artists I know that are so damn good they make me pee my pants. I look up to these mofos. I study their shit and I want to draw like them. And they are almost NEVER working on their DREAM project. And—big surprise, they aren’t happy in their job. “Why NOT?! WTF is WRONG WITH YOU?!” is usually my reaction. And the answer is almost always “The market isn’t great right now” “Other stories/games/comics like mine don’t do very well” “The shit that’s hot right now is nothing like mine, It’s just going to fail.” “I’m not sure I’m good enough.” “I need the money.” “Too Risky.” “I tried it before and failed. ” It doesn’t matter what words they use, they are afraid for one reason or another. I know. I’ve been there.

But here’s the deal. YOU NEED TO TAKE RISKS. Guess what? YOU ARE MOST LIKELY GOING TO FAIL. If you want it—REALLY want it, that won’t stop you. You will learn A LOT. My good friend Tim constantly jokes about how I jump out of planes without a parachute and worry about the landing on the way down. You may think that I’m lucky, that it’s easy for me to say because I’m already successful, that I’m in a different situation than you all are. But it’s not true. Risk is risk, no matter what level you’re at. If you’re already successful, you just take even bigger risks. But they never go away. Everything in life is Risk vs. Reward. Not just in your career. LIFE. You’d better get used to it.

I didn’t know what the hell I was doing when I got into comics. I left the #1 selling book at the time ( Uncanny X-men ) to work on Battle Chasers during a time when ‘Conan’ was about the only fantasy comic people knew. And no one was buying it. I wanted to work in games, so I started a game company. I had NO IDEA WTF I was doing. I just wanted it, really bad. We tanked. It failed. No big surprise. But the people I worked with got hired elsewhere and rehired me. I started ANOTHER game Company. We had 4 people and a dream, and some publishers wouldn’t even meet with us, because their ‘next gen console’ teams had 90+ people on them. I literally got hung up on. “Stick to handheld games, it’s smaller, maybe you can handle that…” one MAJOR publisher told us. I don’t blame them. But we didn’t let it stop us. Thank god we didn’t listen to them. Vigil was born. Darksiders happened, AND we got to make a sequel. It stands shoulder to shoulder with the best games in the industry, and the most elite and experienced game dev studios in the world. How is that possible?!!! Hardly any of us had even worked on a console game before. I’ll be honest, I was thinking we would fail the whole time. I just didn’t care. If I had to play the odds on this one, I’d bet against us.

Why am I telling you all this shit? This is not me patting myself on the back. It’s just stuff that has somehow only dawned on me recently when it’s been staring me in the face for so long. I feel like I need to wake you guys up!!! I’ve been limiting myself. I’ve gotten afraid. I’ve taken less risks. I saw my career going places I didn’t want to go. I wasn’t happy and I wasn’t excited. And I’ve realized, that all that stuff I just talked about is the reason I am where I am today. Not because I have a manga style, or I draw cool hands, or there’s energy in my drawings, or all the other things people rattle off to me. There are other guys that do all that same shit, and do it better. And amazingly, those same guys constantly tell me “Man, I wish I could do what you are doing.” “SO DO IT!!!!!” PLEASE listen to me—because I want you guys to make it. I want to look to one of you people for inspiration some day when it’s 2am and I need to keep drawing. Stop worrying about all the other stuff—the pencils, the paper, the anatomy, all that shit. It will only get you so far. You’ve already got most of what you need. I hope this helps some people. From the bottom of my heart, thank you for all the support over the years. You are all one of the greatest motivating forces in my life and my career. Sappy but true. Ok, let’s go draw some shit!!!“

Always worth re-reading.

Reposted fromKnoeggi Knoeggi

August 30 2017

heinous
Reposted fromFlau Flau viapszczola91 pszczola91
heinous
1006 d50e 500
Reposted fromkyte kyte viapszczola91 pszczola91

August 29 2017

heinous
3179 1781 500
Reposted frompszczola91 pszczola91
heinous
3402 0322 500
Reposted fromfungi fungi

August 28 2017

9206 fa46 500

strixobscuro:

softjunebreeze:

knowledgeequalsblackpower:

paulwalkersdogwalker:

buttcheekpalmkang:

hersheyhipster:

Do Your Fucking Research *Nicki Minaj Voice*

Wow… Lmao.

Some people threw white paint on it a few years back.

They want to be a victim so bad.

Fun Fact: That’s a statue of the fist which Joe Louis used to knock out Max Schmeling, Hitler’s favored heavyweight boxer in 1938. Schmeling won the 1st bout by knockout in round twelve, but Joe Louis came back in the follow-up match and laid him the fuck out in the 1st round.

Fun Fact: Schmeling was hated by the Nazis for losing to a black man and for having a Jewish manager, and he hated them right back, stating in 1975 that he was glad he’d lost the fight because the thought of  the Nazis using him for propaganda purposes sickened him. He also personally saved the lives of two Jewish children and later became lifelong friends with Joe Louis.

So maybe don’t refer to him as “Hitler’s favored heavyweight boxer”…

Reposted fromteamroquette teamroquette

August 25 2017

heinous
7729 6a35 500
Reposted fromtfu tfu

August 15 2017

heinous
0931 7e67
Older posts are this way If this message doesn't go away, click anywhere on the page to continue loading posts.
Could not load more posts
Maybe Soup is currently being updated? I'll try again automatically in a few seconds...
Just a second, loading more posts...
You've reached the end.

Don't be the product, buy the product!

Schweinderl