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Cheating is NOT a mistake.
If you’re truly in love with someone, you will not be able to kiss someone else without tasting your loved ones tears stain your lips. You will not be able to take your clothes off for someone else without feeling like a field ripped bare to its soil. Cheating is a choice, its a choice you made because you obviously didn’t give a single fuck about your relationship.
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mimicmolly:

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mimicmolly:

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;.; I’ve become very much aware

Locking yourself up isn’t any good. They’re gonna come in one way or another. 

I knoooowwww its horrible, they’re everywhere!

They have powerful allies like that one glass golem that has the creepy grin. IDK his name but he wears shorts, likes to smash through walls yelling, “OOOOHHHH YEEEAAAHHH~!”

Hahah oh Primus. Yes, terrifying. I’ll just start stepping on the squishies.

That’s not very nice. They’ll get the last laugh because their blood can easily give you a really bad rust infection. Plus that stuff is hard to clean. Those infomercials lied to us all.

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angelofmilkyway:

Why don’t you try freeware art programs like Fire Alpaca or GIMP? Sorry, I don’t have a spare Photoshop Elements. :/
I’m unfamiliar with both, so that’s why. :/ Plus I doubt they’re as…

What does software have to do with how great the art turns out? Software has nothing to do with skill. Both are free to install, so it doesn’t hurt to try. I still need to see if Fire Alpaca is good. I’m only familiar with GIMP, but friends say they like Fire Alpaca.

I’m not sure if your school is like this, but for art students they can buy Adobe Creative Suite (whatever the current number is) at like 80% off to use. If they still don’t have the money, they can use it on the school computers, but then that’s not really for personal/hobby art. 

Software has actually everything to do with how the art shall turn out, as the result is pretty dependent on how smoothly things will run. :( It’s not about just the skill, it’s also as much to do with the touch, the feel, the general usability of the program, how well it runs on my computer and how compatible it is with my tablet, the special features it has, everything. Without those, drawing skills mean next to nothing since then you could as well me making everything traditionally and get close to equal results, and probably much faster.

It’s true, but unfortunately with the new Creative Cloud of Adobe, the general lower prices mean next to nothing since once you’re no longer a student, the monthly fee you pay to use the program goes back up or something and it’s ridiculously high. …At least I think so. From what I’ve understood they only sell the latest products anymore anyway. Could be wrong though…. I hope I am. I’d love to have a working, legal copy of CS3.

I could give these free ones a try but I’d rather use a program I already know how to use. :( Thank you for your suggestions though!

GIMP does have a pretty steep learning curve, (I’m not sure about the other one) at least it’s totally different than Photoshop Elements. Good luck finding a solution for your software problem. 

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