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    So can we all just report her


    “Harassed” she attempted to poison her roommate in numerous ways, who as a result was left incredibly sick and traumatized.

    The victim, Jazzy Rowe, has a GoFundMe that I haven’t seen being spread: gf.me/u/j5anmn


    She hasn’t met her goal in 9 months.


    You may not be able to donate, but you better believe I’m judging every single one of you if you dont reblog this to atleast spread the word like yall do for all these wyt pipo claiming to need $100k for vet bills or $75k for school supplies.


    As of April 11, 2020, she still hasn’t reached her goal, please boost!!!


    This disgusting behaviour left a girl physically and psychologically ill. On top of medical bills to pay, this young woman was unable to attend school due to illness, and now has to pay for wasted student loans. She worked extra hard to get to college, only to be literally poisoned by an aggressively racist room mate, for which she continues to pay dearly. This is unacceptable.

    Please help Jazzy Rowe recover from this. If you can’t contribute financially, you can still do your part by passing this on.


    We’re a little closer!!


    People may be seeing this and thinking it’s old because they’ve seen it for a couple years now; it was created May 2018 and TODAY ( May 5th, 2020 ) she has STILL not reached her goal!! Please at least reblog and give her a boost.

    I never realized how genius the way the Kingdom Hearts 358/2 days manga gave Roxas his keyblades. Roxas gets the Oathkeeper keyblade after yelling out his promise about going to the beach with his friends when he’s fighting Saix.

    Then, after Xion’s heartwrenching death…

    …Roxas takes Xion’s keyblade and it becomes the Oblivion keyblade.

    Given the meaning behind the names of these two keyblades and the events that occurred, it’s no wonder why Nomura chose these two keyblades for Roxas.


    Analysis: Hentai is Evolutionary


    Why he dressed like a pokemon master?


    people said i looked like an anime protag on my last presentation and i wanted to evolve to that statement. 


    Wait. You’re telling me that these are the same person, and that person is you? What class is this even for?


    How does it feel to be the most powerful individual on earth


    the girls on campus #wet emselves by the mere mention of my name. 


    Rock please I have no more females in my family left


    Humans are weird: Horror movies Part 2

    Alien: So the villain is the man driving the truck? Human: No, the villain IS the truck.  Alien: I get that, but wouldn’t it be the driver? Human: There is no driver. Alien: Then how is it moving by itself!? Human: Because it’s an evil truck. ———————————————————————————————————– Alien: I don’t understand how this is horror. Human: *sees title* Human: Yeah, I would steer clear of that one if you don’t want to be mentally scared. Alien: They don’t look that scary.  Human: Of course not, they’re sheep. It’s the guy that’s caught fucking the zombie sheep that’s the disturbing bit. Alien: WHAT?!?!?!?!? Human: More than one kind of way to scare people my friend.  ———————————————————————————————————– Alien: So this movie is about a “christmas” tree that comes to life and kills people? Human: Rather poetic don’t you think? We chop it down so it chops us up. Alien: Your species needs medical help. ———————————————————————————————————– Alien: How is it you humans are able to make horror movies out of everything?  Human: Well, not everything.  Alien: I’m honestly surprised you haven’t made one about a killer cookie!  Human: *cough* well, there was this one with Gary Busey………. ———————————————————————————————————– Alien: A vehicle? Human: Murder machines on wheels Alien: A toy? Human: Too many to name. Alien: A bed? Human: Turned into a giant mouth and ate people. Alien: An entire house? Human: Was in an animated movie and ate people with a carpet tongue.  Alien: Christmas? Human: We talking Santa or Krampus?  Alien: A vending machine? Human: Shot a can of soda out with enough force to kill a man. Alien: A fly? Human: Don’t give me nightmares again. Alien: Is there nothing you have not made into horror????? ———————————————————————————————————– Alien: Oh for the love of…..please tell me that isn’t the monster. Human: That it is my friend. Alien: A tire…….really?  Human: It does some crazy shit.  ———————————————————————————————————– Alien: A snowman!  Human: Two movies, one even in the tropics.  Alien: How does that even work?! Human: When you’re evil the laws of the world just bend around you. ———————————————————————————————————– Alien: A house made of glass, how beautiful.  Human: You’d think that wouldn’t you? Alien: ………… Alien: There are monsters inside aren’t there? ———————————————————————————————————– Aliens: How are birds scary? Human: Well they swarm over you and peck at you until you die. Alien: But they’re birds!  ———————————————————————————————————– Alien: Reptiles in a confined space does sound scary, even more so when it is a plane. Human: You’d think that but after a while it gets campy. ———————————————————————————————————– Alien: Astounding! What life like wax statues! Human: ………. Alien: What? Human: ……….. Alien: WHAT?!?!? ———————————————————————————————————– Alien: Why does levitating freak you humans out so much? Alien: One human starts floating above a bed and you people lose your minds. Human: Well why does cracking knuckles freak you out so much?  Human: *cracks knuckles* Alien: ARGH! Stop it! Because we don’t have bones Human: And you know we can’t fly!  ———————————————————————————————————– Alien: It’s a flower…. Human: Yup. Alien: and it sings…… Human: Also eats people and tries to rape someone but yeah, it sings too.




    For all the artists out there


    Youre telling me I threw away 10 dollar markers FOR NOTHING


    REBLOG to save a life and a wallet!


    Plus copics are actually refillable and you can buy more colored ink online for pretty cheap! So yeah dont throw out copics.


    NO NO NO NO!

    Never refill a Copic with regular isopropyl alcohol unless you have absolutely no other option.

    Copic markers have their own ink refills to go with each marker,

    They look like this and cost around the same price as a Copic Sketch maybe slightly more however they can be used to refill a marker several times

    By using isopropyl alcohol what you’re doing, in fact, is diluting what little ink you have left in your make, therefore changing the shade of it.

    Of course the one exception to this rule is the colourless blender 0 which is a marker that is full of regular isopropyl alcohol.

    As a side note, DON’T throw away your marker if one/both of the is damaged

    Copic also make replacement nibs for all of their markers

    Which are much cheaper than buying a new marker as you get multiple in a pack.


    Reblogging to save an artist. Copics are meant to be reusable and I know how hella expensive those things are. NEVER throw out your Copic markers!

    A Lesson In Color Theory (A Response to Echo Gillette’s Video)

    Am I a student majoring in art? Not at the moment. Do I have an art related job? Not yet. Can I still put in my two cents and provide a counterargument as to what someone says? Yes. And that’s what I’m here to do.

    Echo Gillette is a YouTuber that I watch on occasion. She provides good content that I personally enjoy. However, with one of her most recent videos, “This is not BLUE (a lesson in color theory)”, I felt a seething rage watching the whole video. Why? Because she was wrong on so many levels.

    Here’s a link to the video: https://youtu.be/NVhA18_dmg0

    If you’re too lazy to click a link that takes you to another website, don’t worry. I gotcha!

    The summary of the video is as follows: CMY are the only legit primary colors and other ones such as RBY and RBG are false. Also purple is a fake color. (Apparently).

    Now I just want to clarify before delving into this post that I do not hate Echo with a burning passion. In fact, I do not hate her at all. I just want to debunk one of the most common art myths out there that Echo is spreading to the art community. 

    With that out of the way, lemme tell you the true fact and then I’ll get into all the gritty detail as to why Echo’s video is in fact false:

    There are in fact 3 sets of primary colors. Not just 1.

    Let’s start at the beginning, shall we?

    Echo states (at around 0:51) that if you can make “these colors” out of “this” then you’re a freaking magician.


    Not including the fact that all of the colors on the left are tints (aka lighter versions of their base value), green can be made with blue and yellow, magenta can be made with primarily red and a touch of blue, and cyan can be made with blue and a touch of yellow. For identical matches, all three would have to have a ton of white mixed in with them.

    So call me a magician because I used basic color mixing to get the colors you asked for.

    At around 1:20, she makes the bold claim that the RBY model is based on the tradition of passing down pure misinformation. I have yet to see sources of such realities in this case.

    Moving on, at around 1:48, she says that printers use CMY(K) because the CMY set of colors are the true primary colors. Which is false. I’ll delve more into why this statement is false a little later.

    The 2:20 mark is where things really go up a notch. Echo tries to “prove” that you can make blue, red, and green from cyan, magenta, and yellow. 

    At 2:30 exactly, she tries to prove that by mixing cyan and magenta, you can get blue.


    Aaaaand she gets purple.

    But not if she added so much blue–I mean, “cyan”–it canceled out what little magenta she added!


    Ah, much better.

    Here’s the thing. She takes a lighter blue (the paint is literally called Sky Blue) and just makes a slightly darker blue by barely adding any magenta to it. Cyan is not equal to a lighter blue, but she’s gotta sell her point, so let’s move on.

    Now onto making red with yellow and magenta.


    Aaaand that is pink, chief. Not red. Well, technically pink is red because pink is a tint of red, but that’s another story for another day.

    However, she does say that it may be hard to see the actual color due to the camera. Like in this case here:


    To me, the bottom swatch looks like a very vivid orange-red as opposed to an actual red. With paints it’s pink but with markers it’s orange-red. I’ll let the camera excuse slide.


    Again, looks more orange-red than red. Depending on who you ask, magenta can actually be made with the RBY and RBG models. You make it with… red and blue. Shocker. You obviously add a lot more red than blue in these cases, but hey, don’t take it from me. Take it from this website here and this other website here. Because magenta is made with primarily red, when mixed with yellow, you’re gonna get an orange-y color, but not completely orange since there is still some blue in the mixture.

    At 4:18, Echo says that because we believe that blue and yellow make green and not cyan and yellow, the blue and yellow mixture will always be more desaturated than the cyan and yellow mixture.

    Can we all just agree at this point that the “cyan” Echo is using is literally a lighter blue? It’s called Sky Blue for fuck’s sake! Cyan is a mix of blue and green, not a tint of blue.


    And on top of that, she chose a really dark blue, so of course the green on the top is gonna be darker and more desaturated than the one at the bottom.


    At 4:40, Echo begins to literally contradict herself and it infuriates me to no end! She says, quote: “I think deep down we all know that the way we were taught color is wrong because so many people think that cyan and blue are the same color when they are vastly different hues.”

    Cyan and blue are obviously not the same color, so why in the world did you treat a lighter shade of blue as cyan less than a minute ago? You are beginning to deconstruct your entire argument, Echo.

    Moving on, at around 5:30, she brings up two different versions of the color wheel, the Munsell Wheel and the Triadic Color Wheel. One is science and the other one is tradition, therefore the Munsell Wheel is correct while the other one is completely false. Supposedly.


    Well, if you go on the website, the site states that the Munsell Wheen is based on the RBG and CMY sets of primary colors, not the RBY set. They even state that the wheel is used for light and printing, not painting. (I have no clue why Tumblr ruined the image into an absolute blurry mess, here’s the website so you can read this yourself).


    So in reality, the Munsell color wheel is for RBG and CMY while the Triadic color wheel is for RBY. Both are valid in this case, one isn’t fake while the other one’s real.

    If you didn’t think I was mad before, go to 6:05 where Echo makes the outrageous claim:

    “Purple is a lie. It literally doesn’t exist. It’s a color your brain makes up. That’s why purple is so rare in nature, because it’s not real.”

    She literally says that. And then proceeds to debunk everything from that point on.

    Also, blue is the rarest color in nature. Just saying. Not purple. All it takes is a simple Google search:


    But here’s a link that goes into detail as to why this is the case.

    At 6:25, Echo states that purple is the closest word in our vocabulary to magenta. So… purple and magenta are the same color? But they’re not. In the RBY and RGB sets, magenta is made via red and blue, the same two colors used to make purple. However, it’s with different ratios (a lot more red than blue). Therefore, purple and magenta aren’t the same color, they’re two different colors because they are made differently.

    At 7:10, she talks about how colors are just waves of light that we perceive with our eyes. Yes, this is true. She literally says that at one end of the spectrum there’s red while at the other there’s purple. She goes on to say that every color can be assigned a number, except for magenta.

    A) If purple can be assigned a color (its number is 400), that makes it a real color, correct? So why did you say it wasn’t a real color?

    B) If magenta can’t be assigned a number, does it mean that it’s a color that we make up in our head and therefore isn’t a real color? Oh wait, I’m getting ahead of myself.

    At 7:16, she says, and I quote:

    “Magenta is a color that doesn’t have a wavelength.”

    So… it’s not real then? Your entire video is crumbling and it’s crumbling quickly.

    For the next while, she goes on to explain RBG and eye cone science. All of it seems to add up. She quickly says that if your green and blue cones fire off, it ‘ll make cyan.

    Okay, lemme get this straight. At the beginning of the video, you picked up a light shade of blue and called it cyan. Now you’re saying that cyan and blue are two different colors? Girl, make up your mind!

    Echo then goes on to explain that magenta is made by your red and blue cones firing off, but green is in the middle and those cones aren’t firing off, so it makes up the color magenta.

    Once again, lemme get this straight. At the beginning of the video, you were talking about how magenta is a real color and how it’s a primary color. Now you’re saying it’s not even a real color. Please, just make up your mind! Is CMY the only set of primary colors, or are we gonna actually tell the truth and say there’s more than one set of primary colors?

    Now that I’ve completely debunked Echo’s video, it’s time for part 2 of this post.


    Remember how I said in the beginning that there are in fact 3 sets of primary colors, not just 1?

    When people say CMY are primary colors, they are indeed right. The whole myth that CMY is the true set of primary colors is a lie based on twisting the truth.

    We have 3 sets of primary colors:



    and CMY

    Each set of primary colors have their own uses and purposes. Let’s start with RBY, shall we?

    RBY is used in traditional media and traditional media only. Paint, markers, crayons, etc. That is why we are taught this set of primary colors in elementary school. We’re coloring with crayons and paints. This primary color set is used by any artist who does traditional art, primarily painting, but any medium that is traditional, aka not digital or printed out.

    However, many many artists use a different set of primary colors: RGB


    RGB is used in digital media and digital media only. It’s light as opposed to pigment. Light, screens, digital drawing. All RGB. Whenever you make digital art, you use the RGB color wheel. 

    However, what if you plan on making merch of your art? Whether it’s stickers, clothing, pins, etc., if it’s being printed out, you use the CMY set of primary colors.


    The CMY set is only used for printed media. Whether you’re printing out a picture or full colored document or if you’re having merch made. Either make your art CMY in your art program or you can use the RGB primary colors and then switch it afterward depending on the art program you use and if you can do that.


    In conclusion/TLDR: There isn’t one true set of primary colors that rule over. There are in fact 3 sets of primary colors that all coexist and are used in varying situations. And yes, purple is indeed a real color.

    Please do not send any hate to Echo Gillette. I’m simply using her video as an example of a myth that I have seen being spread around like wildfire lately. 

    If you, for whatever reason, don’t want to believe what I said because I don’t have a profession in art and is so far just a hobby and passion of mine, here’s a post where someone who has gone through art school and has a degree in art debunks a post that spread the CMY myth around.

    Thank you for reading. @echoisweird​, if you’re reading this, thank you for reading this as well. I have the utmost respect for you, I just hate seeing you spread myths and lies about art.