why do people reblog posts like this like wheres the humor do you get it from the fat guy? “haha lol look at that fat guy that thinks hes so cool with a ninja sword” is that what you think is fucking funny about this? why do you all have some kind of mindset that youre somehow better then this kid like he obviously gets alot of enjoyment and pride from doing that so where do you get off making fun of him on the internet you fucking pricks
there’s no humor in this.
it’s just a guy slicing a water container.
look how hella sharp that sword is.
What makes you think we’d wanna ridicule that guy? No matter how much body mass he has, he’s still a cool guy with a sharp sword.
Oh, and WITH A SHARP SWORD.
Google+ and its crazy tricks
a quick and sloppy tutorial on drawing profiles for the anon who requested it. hope this helps some people!
Seriously, thank you so much.
Me escaping from the patriarchy
That’s obviously Ms. Piggy. Don’t be an identity theft.
Yo, White person selling overpriced shit on Etsy…
1. Your store name contains a slur. Well done there.
2. This “Indian chief portrait” is almost $500, which you envision as the profit owed to you for ‘creating it’.
3. You found the original image of the Oglala Lakota leader Red Cloud by searching “old indian chief” on Google Images. And you did an awful job of reproducing it.
4. You dare to sell his likeness to go along with some “cool tribal pillows” that bastardize and monetize legitimate traditional arts and cultures.
5. Makhpiya-Luta (Red Cloud) spent his entire life fighting to maintain the integrity of his Nation against the constant assault of White American forces. Your attempt to make money off of his image is a fully-wrought colonial act, made possible by your racist disregard for Native peoples and the history of the land you live on.
You should burn your painting out of respect for the man it defames.
this that white bullshit
Reblogging this because it’s important for non natives to know that this is not okay do do, if you aren’t native then there is no reason for you to make or “reproduce” native art. End of story.
"Indian Chief" "Original Art"
Actually, I think that even if you are a non-native and interested in the culture and artistic practices of the group, by all means you can make art as a tribute to the heritage. However, this is not a tribute. This is an exploitation of tradition and culture for a quick buck. What a shame.
"I’m Duncan Ernest, and I’m a bit pissed off right about now."