Wow everyone look at this- this is an amazing tablet, and I wish I had seen it before I just dropped $170 on a small intuos 5
This is called a Tursion Huion tablet- looks pretty simple right- kind of like a bamboo
here’s the thing. This tablet has 2024 levels of pressure- that is the equivalent to the pressure an intuos 5 currently has (retail price: $229 for the smallest)
You can get this lovely tablet for under $50 dollars on amazon
Only thing this beautiful table it lacking is a few simple buttons, but still, I mean, its drawing area is even bigger on average then most Wacom’s small tablets- and from the reviews ive seen on it people are very impressed….so just spreading the word around that Wacom isn’t the only one that is making good tablets- the more the company is spread perhaps they will come out with even better products that not only match up to Wacom, but are with in our price range for once!
You an buy one below at the link!
I literately just bought one of these and got it today omfg, its great you guys ok!
Reblogging for my drawing friends.
Newt on the run!
Will be making these into large prints for both Fanime and Shatterdooome!
I’m still learning to draw Sakon I hope this looks like him orz
List for further Basara Plushy releases.
Where is Ieyasu… ;3;
Erika made the weirdest noise upon seeing these
I’m really only doing one new print for NoBrandCon this month, and it’s more of a promo piece than anything. I figured since the convention and this comic both take place in Eau Claire, WI, it’d be pretty appropriate.
The culmination of my hopes and dreams
So here’s where things get a little complicated.
I WANT surgery for myself. I want surgery so that I may feel at ease with my body, so that I can fit in men’s clothing, so that I can look in the mirror and feel assured that the me looking back is the me that I want to be. I want it because the level of confidence I’m hoping to gain from removing the ridiculous amount of breast tissue present but unwelcome on my body is essential to my happiness with myself.
I NEED surgery because the institutionalized gendering of bodies has made it so that I feel incomplete without this assurance that my physical registry “matches” my mental one. I have absolutely fallen prey to the systems that present an conflate an interpretation of gender with an interpretation of sex, and am, therefore, not simply transgender, but choose to be transsexual, because in order to feel complete with myself, I need to present in a way that does not guarantee me feelings of crippling dysphoria were I to go unbound. I need to match my identified gender with the sex associated with it because it is how I WANT to present.
I do want my breasts removed because everyone sees me differently when they are unbound, and I need to be relieved of the worry of consistently binding them as much as I need to know that I have a flat chest under my clothes, as well. But to that end, I wantthem removed for me. I want them removed because of the validity I will receive from the external perception of my physical body. (Because if we were not all, to some end, seeking external gratification for the way we present ourselves, would we do ANYTHING to ourselves? Everything we do for ourselves must, then, be done through assurance in reception around us)
You present a solid question - theoretically, it SHOULD NOT matter what other people think. Really, it shouldn’t. But it is almost impossible to truly not care what anyone else thinks, and to not do things for the sake of a greater societal expectation as method to doing them for yourself. Think of it this way: if I don’t have top surgery, it doesn’t make me any less of a man. But if I don’t have top surgery, the constant feeling of invalidity I will receive from the image of that physical entity of man I have been conditioned to want to achieve will be overwhelming. This is, of course, not the case for everyone. But the expectant system of manhood and masculinity has affected me and countless others to the end of not simply needing to ascribe to what is expected of a transitioned male transsexual person, but wanting it, as well. (And this applies to ANY and ALL binary gendered systems)
It is not BAD to want to ascribe to these gendered systems, because we ALL fall prey to them. So you can question the need for trans people as a whole to have certain surgeries, but you absolutely cannot victimize them for ascribing to systems that are not their fault. You do what you want with your body, and whether or not it reinscribes a gendered system, as long as you RECOGNIZE this, is irrelevant.
I need surgery because I want it, and I want surgery because I need it. And what people think of me has EVERYTHING to do with both of those. It’s the same reason I take testosterone. You can’t tell someone that it doesn’t matter what people think. You can’t tell them that. Because it doesn’t matter what SOME people think, but it’s always going to matter what YOU think - and, to that end, what others do.
I encourage everyone to reblog this, trans or otherwise, because it’s very, very important people know exactly how difficult it is to fight the “don’t care what people think” argument. Sorry if my language is a little stuffy.