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Reblog if you’re a self-taught artist.

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Wanna see how many there are.

Same here

If by self taught you mean years of doodles, crying over your pathetic art, tearing up thousands of drawings and then finally drawing something you’re proud of… ONLY TO HATE IT 5 DAYS LATER

Then yes. I am self taught.

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hell yeah i am! //raises both hands and feet

You’ve got that right, Dean.

Jensen sketch—

Sam had no intention to be cruel, and he was not cruel. The truth just hurts sometimes. Sam is not the villian, he's the victim.

I think he was too. I think it’s good that they are spending time showing dean he’s not always right. He can make bad choices, he can do wrong.i don’t want them to make Sam seem so callous though. It’s terribly painful to have Sam say those things. I hurt and understood Sam saying he needs time to be a brother again. But it’s blow after blow this season.I have a friends that was theorizing that the strange rift in Sam and how he seems so okay with digging into dean may have something to do with that Cain mark?? A strain between the brothers??? God I don’t know. But I really hope Sam doesnt mean the attitude and flippant things he’s saying.
Sams anger is perfect, and so needed in the series. He takes so much shit, and hes right to be pissed to hell.bi just also think there is a line he can cross, where real damage can be done. Back in S1 Sam got a little of deans psyche from that shapeshifter— about how dean thinks the worst of himself and everyone will leave him. It’s a serious wound. I agreed with Sam pointing out to dean that he was saving Sam for himself, not just Sams benefit— however the follow up with saying he wouldn’t do the same…..it’s a lie…? Sam has shown time and time again how he wouldn’t let dean go. I don’t know, it was too sharp, like he wants to hurt back on purpose. And maybe Sam has earned that. I really don’t want a season of self hating dean and a Sam that says he doesn’t give a fuck. I like the brothers. I like when the writers make them brothers. We have spent so many seasons putting them against each other—- they’ve grown so much. Can we please not make them bitter again? Sobs

Dean.
For all the fight he puts up about acting like nothing bothers him, I still remember how preciously he treated the samulet and how he kept Cas’ coat after he disappeared into the lake.

I still remember that his biggest fear is that no one needs him and that he will be left behind.

Dean holds onto what he cares about as hard and tight as he can, and wants it to hold on to him just as hard and just as tight.

This last few episodes have hurt me a lot. I love Sams independence, and I think his anger is justified. But Sam knows what cuts dean the deepest, and I think between telling dean he’s not his brother and then saying he wouldn’t have done the same—
Sam is angry, but he is not cruel. 
That was not Sam like.
Sam would not strike Dean and cut the stitches that hold dean together that way.

SPN writers, please, I beg you, give us drama, but don’t villainize Sam. Sam is strong and independent and he is hurt and angry, but more that once he has proven he would do the same for dean and more than once he has shown he values (not blames) dean as his brother.
He is the patient brother and the kind brother.

Dean. For all the fight he puts up about acting like nothing bothers him, I still remember how preciously he treated the samulet and how he kept Cas’ coat after he disappeared into the lake.

I still remember that his biggest fear is that no one needs him and that he will be left behind.

Dean holds onto what he cares about as hard and tight as he can, and wants it to hold on to him just as hard and just as tight.

This last few episodes have hurt me a lot. I love Sams independence, and I think his anger is justified. But Sam knows what cuts dean the deepest, and I think between telling dean he’s not his brother and then saying he wouldn’t have done the same— Sam is angry, but he is not cruel. That was not Sam like. Sam would not strike Dean and cut the stitches that hold dean together that way.

SPN writers, please, I beg you, give us drama, but don’t villainize Sam. Sam is strong and independent and he is hurt and angry, but more that once he has proven he would do the same for dean and more than once he has shown he values (not blames) dean as his brother. He is the patient brother and the kind brother.

I am going to get your crying Sam tattooed on every orifice of my body (and I mean EVERY)

Nonono I’ll draw a better one ohmygod please don’t put that pressure in me— sobbb