1. Make eye contact. Throw small glances and catch the eye of the person you’re interested in. Hold their gaze briefly, then smile and look away.
2. Smile at the person. To be most effective, smile slowly (rather than grinning widely), and crinkle your eyes. That kind of smile is more genuine and appealing.
3. Talk to them. You don’t have to commit to a full conversation but at least say “hello” and acknowledge their existence!
4. Initiate a conversation with them (one step on from point 3). Think of easy ways to get a conversation going. In many ways the topic isn’t so significant. You just want to talk to them, and try and pique their interest. General guidelines are … ask a neutral question; try and find some areas of common interest; gauge their response before showing more interest; and keep things light and impersonal.
How else am I going to catch a legendary pokemon, duh.
LMAO I CANT EVEN
Disclaimer: I am not a certified professional anything. All I have is 25+ years of advice I’ve read and been told about how to keep from getting burned out on art, and from that advice, I’ve condensed and summarized here what has worked for me. Take what I say with a big fat grain of salt. What works for you might be different, but sometimes it helps to have starting points for ideas.
vine is where child stars go to remain great
Okay so someone i follow lost all of her custom brushes so i made a masterpost for anybody who needed it
First i have some links:
And now full pictures i found in google a looong time ago:
And last a blog with a bunch of these:
http://ptsbrushes.tumblr.com/ (though it doesn’t update much)
erhmm…yep that’s about it
Talking Macaw shushes other bird.
> What an awesome animal. That’s a big bird.
> His pupils contract every time he makes a noise. It’s freaky.
> That noise in the background is why I’ll never own one of these; a dog barking sounds like smooth jazz compared to that.
> I like how he closes his claw while he is vocalizing the shushing. I can imagine a person making the same “silence” gesture.
> Yea, no thanks. I’m not living in the same house with a bird that will say “hello?” like a creepy person in the middle of the night. No sir!
> Such a cool bird. I have a parrot, he doesn’t say many words but whenever the house phone rings he screams “HELLO?!” and it’s freaking hilarious.