reaches into the bag but theres no chips left. is reminded of death
i can’t get over how evil it is that “gap in your resume” is considered a valid reason to not hire someone like “hmmm sorry you weren’t working constantly every day of your life we need people who do nothing but work until they drop dead for us we just don’t think you’re right for the job” fuck youuuu
after helping to interview with my manager a few times, I think I’ve successfully trained them out of asking about these. we don’t need to know! the person could have been unwell! caring for a family member! literally anything and you do not have to satisfy your curiosity about it! what’s important is “does the rest of the CV give the impression they can do the job?”
“credit goes to the artist! :)”
well unfortunately it really fucking didn’t, is the thing
not enough people really know what credit is for, so it bears repeating:
if I see art I like and want to see more of it, Credit is what gets me to the artist so I can see more of it.
If I’m writing a novel and I see an art style that would be perfect for a cover design, credit is what gets me to the artist so I can pay them for a commission.
If I see something I know my partner would love, credit is what takes me to the website of the artist where I can buy a poster that the original artist gets paid for.
If I see Plagiarism, I need to know who to notify to stop stealing my art, and if they don’t who to report.
Most artists (even the ones with thousands of followers) have a hard time making a living off of art. Giving credit means giving a pathway to the source.
Saying you didn’t make it isn’t the point, you need to say who did.
I AM CAPTAIN AMERICA variant cover by Gerald Parel (2011)
@twistedingenue I feel you might appreciate this.
This was sort of my mental image of Steve in let fulfillment fuel the fire.
because yes. wow. very hot. so midwestern.
This just posted from my billion item long queue so obviously I must just PUT IT RIGHT BACK IN AGAIN.
The last scene in Fellowship of the Ring is Sam and Frodo walking to Mordor, together.
The last scene in the Two Towers is Sam and Frodo walking to Mordor, together.
The last scene in Return of the King is Sam walking home, alone.