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They’re different photo just same pose.
In frame: @tiaunnaveronica
Here’s a fact about me! I got my first tattoo when I was 12. What about you? And yes, 12 years old because adulthood came in clutch for me 😈
Just posted my first so called “vlog” on my youtube. I don’t know if it’s really a vlog as much as it’s a collection of lots of cinematic videos of random things around town with the occasional cringy video of me talking... none the less go check it out! Link in bio
Also thank you to everyone who has already subscribed! We hit 200 subs in 2 days which is crazy! I really appreciate all of you and all the feedback I’ve been getting on how to improve my work! Thanks a ton
A thousand storms brew within... Where will you go? Where have you been? •
Model: @liliaharlin •
Guys, it makes me super sad that lately, I’ve been seeing a lot of shaming and negatively opinionated critiques about people’s artwork here on Instagram. It’s made me reflect on the fact that no matter what we do in life, we will be criticized for it. You can be the best at what you do and some self loathing lame-o will be sure to fling crap at you. There’s no making everyone happy (that’s a ridiculous expectation). Some people out there are so dissatisfied with themselves and so self conscious, that they feel the need to lash out and project their insecurities on others. But instead of taking this to heart, take it as a cry for help, a need for validation, a desire for attention, like a little kid saying “look at me, I’m important!”. With this perspective, it shouldn’t bother you... One thing to mention is that this type of criticism has nothing to do with the amazing benefits of constructive criticism. Constructive criticism can be a game changer when delivered for the purpose of helping others grow and improve rather than belittle and bring down.
On that note; support each other. We’re all trying to get somewhere and I’d rather go with you than go against you. 👥❤️