Anonymous asked:

Hahaha, I would really love to have seen his face at all the JackRabbit and Jackcest.

Not really? I don’t post NSFW stuff. Only artistic nudity that’s mostly been commissioned by others. I wouldn’t worry unless my blog was strictly that. Other well-known artists have drawn porn for a living before working for Disney, anyway.



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Sorry followers, promise I’m done with the whole “Non-Mexican’s can’t celebrate Day of the Dead/Dress as a Sugar Skull on Halloween” bullcrap that’s going around.

Be advised that when Day of the Dead comes around, I will make posts on what the whole thing’s about, because it’s awesome and I want you all to know about it.

Now back to our regularly scheduled nonsense~

Anonymous asked:

ello. i'm the anon from the other day attempting to give you two long paragraphs of advice about your slumps. im not sure if they ever got through or did tumblr eat them, but perhaps you could make a short text post and tag -#got it- just so im 1% assured that you're alright, at least to a certain degree? i'm sorry if it bothers you in anyone, but i'd just like to make sure you're ok for the time being. anon out.

Hi anon, yes I got it and all the other wonderfully supportive messages. I’m floored with all your good-wishing and encouraging notes. I just haven’t found the words to thank all of you without sounding like a broken record.

Thank you <3

killershot asked:

I dont think you understood my post. This isnt about not letting white people partake in dia de los muertos this about not letting white people MAKE PROFIT OUT OF IT. Spanish translation: Both of you are stupid and I will slap you if I see youEnd of note.Spanish translation ME QUITO UN PUTO HUEVO Y ME MUERDO EL OTRO A JODER QUE VOY A DEJAR QUE ESTAS PENDEJAS ABUSEN DE MI CULTURA CUANDO ESTAN HACIENDO DINERO

'Estas pendejas?” Amig@, piensas que solo las mujeres hacen eso?
Digo, pienso que tienes una problematica muy fuerte llamada ‘machismo’ (aparte de xenophobia) y no te voy a tratar de convencer de nada mas. Lo que pasa es que gritar y llorar, patear or morderte los huevos, no va a cambiar nada. El mundo esta creciendo y lamento que no lo hagas con nosotros.

Mas churros pa mi.

holmesazetaz asked:

Estos a tu favor, digo también soy mexicana y si que nuestro país tiene muchas fiestas estadounidenses, pero seamos sinceros para las personas que se puedan enojar, año 2014, el mundo esta en todos lados, al igual que las fiestas que tiene cada país. Hay mexicanos, franceses, estadounidenses,etc. en todos lados, si cada país se "esponja" por que otro país celebran sus fiestas, realmente no le veo el caso. Todos pueden celebrar las fiestas que quieran, claro sin perder la tradición y el respeto.


Anonymous asked:

Oye, te admiro mucho como artista, y opino lo mismo que tú en lo de celebrar el Día de Muertos, soy Mexicana, vivo en México. Lo único que si me molesta es que no lo hagan con respeto. Esos disfraces dicen que son de Halloween, bueno chance y se equivocaron. Pero si van a usar uno, que sea con el debido respeto que se merece y punto, todos felices no?

Si, estoy contigo en ese aspecto, y por eso es nuestro deber el compartir lo que sabemos. De hecho, hay mucho Mexicano que ni celebra DdlM y ni siquiera sabe de que se trata la tradición pero de todas formas se pintan y se disfrazan.
Lo que pasa es que en los EU se celebra Halloween y ese es el único día del año que se permiten disfrazarse y celebrar lo macabro y espantarse. ¿Que tiene de malo que les guste la estética mexicana de las calaquitas de azúcar? Nada. Si, me gustaría que lo hicieran con respeto y en eso también te doy la razón, pero no podemos decirles que no tienen el derecho.
Solo pienso que deberíamos también entender su cultura.. digo, en Mexico también celebamos Halloween.


Anonymous asked:

no no no, ur missing the point. it's not telling people FROM AMERICA not to do this, it's specifically telling WHITE PEOPLE. the reason is not to be greedy and keep our cultures separate, it is because most people who dress as a sugar skull DO NOT know the history and cultural value that it hold and dress up purely to look 'omg cute!' 'so colorful!' by years of this additude that will ALWAYS be brought around this time of year, the true meaning will be lost by American appropriating cultures

I think you missed the point. Yes, there will be ignorance everywhere we go. I’m dealing with you aren’t I?

Snarky attitude aside, my point is: why are you trying to fight this? Why not, instead of huffing and puffing, demanding you segregate against people you don’t even know, but are judging by their skin color and being racist to, don’t you try to be proactive? Huffing and puffing takes you nowhere. There’s a Mexican saying that goes along the words of “stubborn words, deaf ears.” (A palabras necias, oidos sordos) I’m only humoring you because this deserved an English post……

Wait why are we even speaking in English? This is a matter that I should take on with a fellow Mexican. Can I see your passport? Because otherwise you wouldn’t understand by which I’m wasting my time and by proxy yours because… well you wouldn’t understand.

But I’ll humor you anyway, because it’s my belief to share knowledge in order to have a better time and get along.

Instead of being angry at your screen, teach people what this is about. That’s how you keep the meaning alive, that’s how you keep the importance and symbolism and heart of a tradition from being lost. Instead of trying to tell people to not do it and slap their hand as they reach for their sugar skull paint and costume, don’t you instead spread the knowledge?

What stopped the ‘white people’ from making the costume from even happening now? WHY did it become suddenly popular? Why now and not while I was a child? Who was that stupid Mexican who went behind our backs, betrayed our culture and told ‘white people’ about Day of the Dead? WHO?
Is this where it’s getting to?
You can’t stop people from taking inspiration, from taking from other cultures. That’s what we as humans do. I could easily blame the sudden student animations inspired by Day of the Dead, or that awesome movie by a Mexican director Book of Life?

Damn, they sure cant keep it to themselves and now we have to deal with ‘white people’ and their cultural appropriation. Which btw, sure is racist of you think only ‘white people’ are capable of being racist and culturally appropriate. I think it’s time you broadened your horizons. Narrow thinking never did anyone any good. It’s sort of historically proven.

I’m personally not going to make a problem out of this. I’ll celebrate Day of the Dead and high-five every non-mexican who is celebrating because it’s a great holiday! And just for you, I’ll specifically give the highest of fives to all white people who are celebrating after I share my round of pan de muerto and abuelita chocolate.

You know what I rather get my panties in a bunch about? Celebrating September the 16th as the actual Mexican independence day here in the US… but idk if you even knew that. It’s not Cinco de Mayo- which I personally like to call, 5 flavors of Mayonnaise Day and celebrate anyway, because… well why should I want to remove an extra excuse to have fun in May?





Dear Women,
This halloween please say no to these costumes please just say no they are fucking insulting and Dia de los Muertos is NOT HALLOWEEN I REPEAT NOT HALLOWEEN THIS IS NOT A COSTUME PLEASE STOP TREATING IT LIKE ONE
Thank you


this hurts.

this is capitalism ripping through my memories i hold so sacred. Memories of walking through the streets of Chapala after school with my grandmother, and the smell of plants for the preparation of the big event. Memories of memories of memories

This is capitalism and white supremacy destroying, erasing and making new… something that has connected me with my elderes and ancestors,

This is whiteness telling me my body, our gente is unwanted, dehumanized and conditioned to death but at the same time extracting a part of my identity and wearing it as a mask.

This is a mask made of our dead and torn bodies… this is literally a mask made out of ripped bloody flesh. The flesh of migrants who die every year trying to cross.. the flesh of people who become criminalized and confined behind bars. The bloody flesh of torn bodies from years of exploitation in sweat shops, fruit and vegetable fields, dish washers.. domestic workers… 

this is our flesh ripped out cleaned, pampered and styled to fit a white face.


Queridos paisanos y Mexicanos nacidos en los E.U. (chicanos, si es que prefieren el termino). Por favor, déjense de pendejadas.

Yo como ustedes he crecido con varias memorias gratas relacionadas con el Dia de los Muertos. Ahora, mas que nunca, es una celebración que significa aun mas para mi personalmente ya que mi abuelo y prima fallecieron hace unos años. ¡Este noviembre podre celebrar su memoria como todos ustedes!

He aquí el problema: Como ustedes están exigiendo que nuestros amigos estadounidenses no pueden celebrar con nosotros, ya que no son mexicanos, yo tampoco puedo celebrar. Para añadir y aclarar cualquier error, ninguna otra cultura hispana fuera de Mexico, puede celebrar. ¿Puerto Rico? ¿Venezuela? ¿Argentina? ¿El Salvador?… ¿GUATEMALA? (quien también ha celebrado por decadas pero cual cultura no proviene Dia de Los Muertos asi que… so sorry friend. You’re not part of the special special club.)
 !Pero Sofía, tu eres Mexicana! ¡Tienes derecho y el privilegio divino de celebrar este dia! Gritan ustedes, la bandera de nuestra patria en su pecho y lagrimas de sangre en sus ojos.

No, querida tribu. ¡No puedo celebrar mientras mis pies Mexicanos toquen esta tierra maldita! ¡Estoy atada! Ay que será de mi.

No. Mamen.

Tomen un momento para calmarse, y consideren que hay mucha gente como yo, quien se muda a los EU para estudiar/vivir/trabajar y este Noviembre la memoria de mi abuelo y prima (y varias otras personas que ya no están con nosotros) van a ser olvidadas. ¿Por que? Porque gente como ustedes, indignadas y flageladas, al ‘grito de guerra’, demandan que mantengamos el club estrictamente a Mexicanos. ¿Entonces los planes de celebrar con mi novia Americana, con mis amigos Americanos? Al caño. No voy a poder alzar un altar a mi familia porque nadie entendería, y nadie seguirá entendiendo.
¿Desde cuando empezamos a tener ese tipo de mentalidad? El Mexico que yo conozco es un país de gente que le gusta compartir y celebrar. Esta mentalidad suena mas a una mentalidad Americana, donde todo tiene que ser guardado, vigilado y segregado. Quítense de estupideces. Si toda cultura fuera así, nosotros, paisanos y Mexicanos seguiríamos hablando NAHUATL. No tendríamos Nintendo, Goku, hamburguesas, Santa, o hasta FUTBOL!

En. La. Madre.

¿No se si se acuerdan de un Hitler? El también quería mantener la raza pura. Y antes de que se me esponjen porque les estoy llamando ‘nazis’, eso solo fue algo que aquí le llaman ‘shock value’. Solo para hacerles entender a cuantas alturas están tomando un pinche disfraz. Si.  Desgraciadamente habrá mucha gente ignorante que no va a entender el significado de la cultura, de donde provienen los colores, el simbolismo, el nombre. Pero eso no es razón para pensar que ustedes tienen el derecho ni la razón para quitarle ese derecho a la gente que si lo entiende. Este mix, este supuesto ‘cultural appropriation’ (que ni me atrevo llamarlo en español porque es un fenómeno Americano.) es un fenómeno de la evolución de la humanidad como una sociedad. Y como Mexicana yo no comprendo de donde están sacando esta estupidez, ya que mi cultura ha ‘apropriated’ mucha cultura americana. Tomamos un chingo de CocaCola, #1 en el mundo, como para pretender que somos mejores que todos. Aquí todos toman de todos.

Asi que, bájense de su banquito, y celebren un buen Dia de Los Muertos. ¡Compártanlo con sus amigos y diviértanse!


I’m Mexican. You don’t have to be Mexican to dress like a sugar skull. Do it with pride and respect. Look damn fine and have fun!

Thank you.

In writting this massive lecture, I forgot to mention the most important aspect of all this: RESPECT. If you do dress up, do it with respect and maybe googling a bit about it wouldn’t hurt either <3


Badly the time wasnt enough for me to finish Winter Prince completely ;^; So i just worn that what i managed in time on Connichi last weekend.I’m missing the second shell, the arm warmers and accessories. When I finish that, I’m going to shoot this outfit with my Pitch

It still looks wonderful from what I saw in the other pictures! &lt;3 thank you for cod playing my design, I hope you have fun when it&#8217;s all finished!


Badly the time wasnt enough for me to finish Winter Prince completely ;^;
So i just worn that what i managed in time on Connichi last weekend.

I’m missing the second shell, the arm warmers and accessories. When I finish that, I’m going to shoot this outfit with my Pitch

It still looks wonderful from what I saw in the other pictures! <3 thank you for cod playing my design, I hope you have fun when it’s all finished!