you are worth so much more than ashes
OHHHHKAY finally done thank goodness. It’s been a while since I’ve done a pic of the meerkat. And, oddly, I drew the sketch for this like a year ago.. and forgot about it until the other day when I realized I need to be making prints for Confuzzled. Hm!
So there.. you go.
FAVE FAVE FAVE FAVE FAVE FAVE
Good Little Girl, the DEMO! And Chords!
Thanks to everyone who watched F&C 2! Cole and I wanted to do a gritty 50s bad boy story with Marshall Lee (a little “Dirty Dancing”, a little “Cry-Baby”) as opposed to the fairytale prince whirlwind adventure that was F&C 1!
C, Am, Dm, G7 (x2 to lead in)
C, Am, Dm, G7, (x2)
C, E7, Bb7, A7, Dm, G7….
(This whole chunk repeats x2, for Good Little Girl, then Bad Little Boy)
C, Am, Dm, G7 (x4 for the rap)
C, Am, Dm, G7, (x2 for Cake’s solo)
C, E7, Bb7, A7, Dm, G7…
C, Am, Dm, G7 (repeats/trails off with the la-das)
This is my last Adventure Time song—it’s been such an honor to write songs for AT! There is one more episode I did storyboards on, Simon and Marcy, which is coming up, please check it out!
And I’ve been writing more songs for my upcoming show “Steven Universe,” which I can’t wait to share in the future! Thanks so much everyone again!!!
This is horrifyingly awesome. /)^3^(\
Here’s the thing about cultural appropriation in dress:
There is a difference between someone dressing up as a different culture or race and then acting like a hurtful stereotype to belittle that race or culture for their amusement, and dressing up as a different culture or race, and then doing NOTHING disrespectful at all. I really don’t think the latter deserves any hate or special attention, really.
Above there is a picture of Celine Dion in a cheongsam. Is it cultural appropriation? I don’t think so. Celine has a right to wear whatever she wants. She acts like a normal person, and even if she got drunk and farted on stage, she is not representing the Chinese- the Chinese culture is more than a dress.
If someone dressed up as a Geisha for Halloween or a party, that’s not offensive. If they went around bowing obsequiously saying things in a Japanese accent like “Me rikey candy” and such while squinting their eyes, then they are mocking the culture by trying to represent it and by specifically doing so in an ignorant manner.
Similarly, SJWs hate little more than when a light skinned person cosplays as a darker one and aids this with makeup of any sort. They relate it to blackface. But in blackface, whites dressed up as stereotyped caricatures of blacks with the express purpose to insult and belittle them as a joke.
That is not at all like trying to look like someone or something because you think it’s cool, because you want to celebrate it. It just isn’t.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Intent matters, and if you look for racism everywhere, you will find it.
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I have lived in Australia all my life. I cosplayed Kusuri-Uri’s demon form a few years back. I used make up to make me more tanned.
I wasn’t aiming to offend. I was aiming for accuracy.
Not one person mentioned it.
Because up until that American judge on Hey Hey It’s Saturday had a fucking flip out over some guys doing a Jackson 5 tribute thing NO ONE IN AUSTRALIA GAVE A FUCKING DAMN AS LONG AS YOU WEREN’T ACTING LIKE A RACIST PRICK!
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