Q:a comic drawn by a dog
Humans get most of our information through sight and sound, so our fine arts consist largely of the visible (sculpture, paintings), the audible (music), and combinations of those two (dance). There’s also poetry, of course, which can be cerebral and abstract, or else appeals to one or more of the senses through imagery.
I think if dogs were to attain human-level intelligence, and built their own civilization, most of their art would be akin to scratch-and-sniff, containing subtle and evocative combinations of ambient smells, specific scents, and pheromones. They would also appreciate music, I think, but in a much wider range of pitches.
Dogs in the snow.
I noticed my screen is very very bad, mostly on blue, wich is my favorite color, and I often like to play with very specific colors in between purple and blue… but when I looked on another screen I saw totally different colors… so I think there is maybe a lot of my drawings with wrong colors… i’ll try to check other screens to be sure but because i have a basic laptop i think i can’t do anything and just have to deal with crappy colors.
It’s very frustrating.
btw this illustration was for sportdhiver but the tumblr is half dead for the moment (only half, i just search how to improve it, and to have less stuff to do manualy)
anyway, thanks for evebody following, it’s really cool.
Q:Please draw dog frying egg-- yoru biggest fan
"We’re going to the RIGHT! Not the left! Because justice is doing the RIGHT thing, so therefore we’re turning RIGHT!"
- Our Cleric, who has proclaimed herself to be Justice-sexual
South Sudan is a difficult place to explain. It’s one of those places where it is impossible to separate the political and the personal, because the dominant themes of every personal life have been shaped by political circumstances. Very few people in South Sudan have hopes, fears, happiest moments, and saddest moments, that are entirely divorced from the conflict that has enveloped the country. The fighting here has been going on for so long, that the root causes of the violence are complex, interwoven, and difficult to ascertain. South Sudan was established as a country in 2011, following a 20 year civil war with northern Sudan. This war was largely a religious and ethnic conflict, which often descended into genocide— most famously in the Darfur region. Millions of civilians were killed.
Three years ago, when South Sudan finally achieved it’s independence from the north, there was a great deal of optimism. But late last year, a political battle between President Salva Kiir and Vice President Riek Machar ignited a new civil war. Because the two men were from different tribes, the fighting has once again broken out along ethnic lines. Ethnic war is an an especially deadly sort of conflict because it can easily spill over into civilian populations.
Fighting in the new civil war is largely between the Dinka and the Nuer, South Sudan’s two dominant tribes. Many of the posts from the next few days were collected at an Internally Displaced Persons Site within the UN compound in Juba. The people in these posts are members of the Nuer tribe. When fighting broke out, they stormed the gates of the UN to escape an unfolding massacre at the hands of Dinka fighters. Over the course of a few days, thousands of Nuer were gunned down in the capital city, where they represented a significant minority.
In other parts of the country, Dinka were killed with equal indiscrimination in heavily Nuer regions. I provide this context only to make clear that this is not a story of victim vs. aggressor. But rather the latest outbreak of violence in a new country with a troubled history that is filled with violence, distrust, and racial animosities. But South Sudan is also a country filled with millions of civilians who are desperately, and with the greatest difficulty, trying to transcend this history and establish a society based on democratic and equalitarian ideals. But burdened by decades of resentment, revenge, and almost ceaseless fighting, it is proving to be an extremely difficult climb.
This guy is not only a very skillful photographer, he’s a really eloquent writer as well.
I’ve noticed that the way cr1tikal talks kind of resembles an Aperture Science Personality Core
I GLaDOS-ified his voice from this video and I have to say I think it works (aside from my own lazy editing)
sci you are a beautiful fucking human being