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Giant Gem Wildebeest - Wulfenite by Butterscotsh
Giant Gem Wildebeest - Wulfenite
This made me realize i like drawing monsters.

This character is supposed to be a fusion between Tanzanite and a gem oc i haven't revealed yet.

State: very unstable, can get carried away and stay fused forever.

Have some music i think fits: m.youtube.com/watch?v=qF0AsHtH… I'm Not Nice - Super Paper Mario
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Meteor - full reference sheet by Butterscotsh
Meteor - full reference sheet

Bam. A Meteor chrashed in your watch out of nowhere. You’re probably dead now.

I see Meteor as the strong, silent type. He’s almost like a samurai (or a whiteknight), providing protection of others at the cost of his own safety. He puts others before himself, his health and even logic. He tends to not talk much or even smile much, and easily comes across as cold and too serious.

My original idea was to make him a samurai-ish character, so i mixed that old traditional japanese clothing style with a long jacket. Yeh.

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do you have any anime to suggest?

I've currently watched Watamote, Boku wa tomodachi ga sukunai and Sword Art online more recently.

I really liked watamote and 僕は友達が少ない, but neither of them felt exeptionnally great. Then i watched Sword Art Online wich nearly made me cry. The second season was kinda dissapointing though.

So do you have any anime you like? If so, what kind of anime is it and why do you like it?
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Titan - full reference sheet by Butterscotsh
Titan - full reference sheet

I personally have no complaints about her design. It’s very well adapted to a 3D space, her design fits very well what she does and who she is, and her colors work well together.

To me, she’s a brave but bratty type of person, and also a huge dork at the same time. She’s smart and incredibly good with technology, and is easily addicted to video games. She’s always showing off how helpful she can be in every situation just to prove she’s not helpful in every situation. She can act very spoiled and defensive, and sarcasm is her best friend.

With this design i tried really hard to make something new. Something rarely ever seen before. Something unique. I suppose that's a goal for the design of every character ever, but I guess not everyone succeeds. But before i sound like a hipster advertiser, here's what i did: I have no idea. It just seemed to work out. She's based on Saturn's moon Titan.

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What's with the 'body positivity' movement, and why is it so pro-fat women?

I don't get it. not that there's something inherently wrong about being fat, but these people are talking about "skinny privilege" and all that stuff.


here's 22 examples of thin privilege.
everydayfeminism.com/2012/11/2…

and here's all of them refuted.

1. You’re not assumed to be unhealthy just because of your size.

being fat is associated with an unhealthy diet and lack of exercise because those are common causes, and associated with weaker muscle structure, shortness of breath, several heart diseases, and diabetes. These facts are COMMON SENSE. But screw science i want everyone to tell me how healthy my fat rolls are.

2. Your size is probably not the first thing people notice about you (unless you’re being thin-shamed – the opposite of fat-shamed).

The first thing you'd notice about a tall person is how tall they are. The first thing you'd notice about a big beefy muscular guy is how huge his muscles are. Thus the first thing you'd notice about a fat person is how fat they are. Appearance is the first impression of a person and can immediately tell you something about them if someone with smudgy, greasy hair walks up to me, am i not allowed to notice how smudgy and greasy his hair is and think that he/she should take better care of it?

3. When you’re at the grocery store, people don’t comment on the food selection in your cart in the name of “trying to be helpful".

When you're morbidly obese and you got a cart full of doritos and cake, am i not allowed to say that you should probably take better care of yourself?

4. Your health insurance rates are not higher than everyone else’s.

"being fat is associated with an unhealthy diet and lack of exercise because those are common causes, and associated with weaker muscle structure, shortness of breath, several heart diseases, and diabetes."

I wonder why! Britney Spears What?! Huh 

5. You can expect to pay reasonable prices for your clothing.

a size 290 probably costs more than a size 20 because it takes LESS fabric and thus LESS money and LESS effort to make smaller sizes.

6. You can expect to find your clothing size sold locally.

Maybe because not every store has a high demand for every clothing size? and maybe smaller sizes are more common because not everyone is fat?

7. You can expect to find clothing in the latest styles and colors instead of colorless, shapeless and outdated styles meant to hide your body.

Again, there's probably no high demand for huge clothing sizes. and lets be honest, the majority of the human population doesn't feel the need to see fat people trying on sexy clothes.

8. You don’t receive suggestions from your friends and family to join Weight Watchers or any other weight-loss program.

"being fat is associated with an unhealthy diet and lack of exercise because those are common causes, and associated with weaker muscle structure, shortness of breath, several heart diseases, and diabetes." Peridot Emote 6 

9. When you go to the doctor, they don’t suspect diabetes (or high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or other “weight-related” diagnoses) as the first/most likely diagnosis.

"being fat is associated with an unhealthy diet and lack of exercise because those are common causes, and associated with weaker muscle structure, shortness of breath, several heart diseases, and diabetes.Peridot~Durr... 

10. You don’t get told, “You have such a pretty/handsome face” (implying: if only you’d lose weight you could be even more attractive).

Oh, I don't know, but i'm pretty sure this has to do with evolution and such. slim bodies imply healthy lifestyles, and over thousands of years of evolution, homo sapiens decided that our slim body structure is more attractive, similar to how peacocks with shinier and more colourful feathers are more likely to get a mate. you can't change the minds of an entire species in a decade.

11. People do not assume that you are lazy, based solely on your size.

"being fat is associated with an unhealthy diet and lack of exercise because those are common causes, and associated with weaker muscle structure, shortness of breath, several heart diseases, and diabetes." Peridot Emote 4 

12. You’re not the brunt of jokes for countless numbers of comedians.

everyone is. there is not a single type of person that won't be made fun of. Dutch people are all drug addicts, Belgians are idiots according to the dutch, dutch people are idiots according to the belgians, germans are nazis and alcoholics, italians are drama queens, americans are fat, japanese look like 12 year olds, russians don't give a shit, brits are fancy as fuck, americans are cowboys and over the top insane and fat, and that's just talking about country based stereotypes.

fat people are lazy, vegetarians are extreme animal rights activists, christians are way too nice, feminists are misandrists, SJW make up a new gender every minute, gays are drag queens or womanized men, strong tough guys don't read books, scientists are nerds, atheists are... uhh... atheists i guess, muslims are violent fundamentalist terrorists according to fundamentalist christians, and so on and so on. even straight men aren't safe: 

so shut up. Mlg Peridot 

13. Airlines won’t charge you extra to fly.

When you weigh 300 pounds, you can't expect to pay less for 2 more people than the plane can handle.

14. You are not perceived as looking sloppy or unprofessional based on your size.

"being fat is associated with an unhealthy diet and lack of exercise because those are common causes, and associated with weaker muscle structure, shortness of breath, several heart diseases, and diabetes." 

sorry for associating those things with unprofessionality, but those are usually associated with unprofessionality for a reason. 

15. You can eat what you want, when you want in public and not have others judge you for it or make assumptions about your eating habits.

"unhealthy diet" Peridot Emote 3 

16. You can walk out of a gas station with a box of doughnuts and not have people yell at you to “Lay off them doughnuts, fatty!” (This actually happened to one of my friends.)

"unhealthy diet"

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17. People don’t ask your partners what it’s like to have sex with you because of your size.

Curiosity is fat shaming.

18. Your body type isn’t sexually fetishized.

Peridot Emote 4 what? what about all the bikini ladies on magazine covers? what about all the buff dudes on fashion store adds? arguably every body type is sexually fetishized on the internet.

19. You’re more likely to get a raise or promotion at work than someone who is fat.

"lack of exercise"

wich implies

"lazyness"

20. Friends don’t describe you to others using a qualifier (e.g. “He’s kind of heavy, but REALLY nice, though”).

It's the same as saying you have a gay friend, or a girl who's a friend but not a girlfriend and vice versa, or a black friend, or a surfer friend, or an artist friend, or a friend who plays piano, or a friend who's a scientist, or a shy friend. It's like a mental preparation to know who or what type of person you're meeting.

21. The media doesn’t describe your body shape as part of an “epidemic”.

...it's a sort of epidemic. Obesity has become more common. because... you know...
"being fat is associated with an unhealthy diet and lack of exercise because those are common causes, and associated with weaker muscle structure, shortness of breath, several heart diseases, and diabetes."

and why? because the media keeps promoting things that support unhealthy lifestyles.

22. You can choose to not be preoccupied with your size and shape because you have other priorities, and you won’t be judged.

do i even need to state it again? Peridot Icon 1 




Peridot no screw social justice warriors. The body acceptance movement should be for people with screwed up faces they've had since birth, or people born with no limbs or extra limbs or any type of people that can't help being considered a freak show. not for lazy people who don't want to work for how they look and just sit on their butts begging to be considered beautiful.
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  • Listening to: Jazz arangements of japanese music
do you have any anime to suggest?

I've currently watched Watamote, Boku wa tomodachi ga sukunai and Sword Art online more recently.

I really liked watamote and 僕は友達が少ない, but neither of them felt exeptionnally great. Then i watched Sword Art Online wich nearly made me cry. The second season was kinda dissapointing though.

So do you have any anime you like? If so, what kind of anime is it and why do you like it?
  • Mood: Joy

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Pokemoniac Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Your premium ran out, so I can't view the 21 polls I haven't answered yet ;~;

So how have you been lately? We haven't spoken in some time.
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HowManyDragons Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2015
Thanks for the +fav on my dragon sculpture! There are many more in my gallery, if you'd like to take a look. :) (Smile)
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Mystery-Kirkland Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you so much for the favorite!
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Recruit-Otaku Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2015
Hi! How are you?
We haven't talked (or whatever) in a long damn time.
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Butterscotsh Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm great, thanks. And you?
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Recruit-Otaku Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2015
Fine, I'm quite fine. So how's life?
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Butterscotsh Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Life's been good. Almost vacation time, improved drawing a lot, but that's pretty much it.
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TheRollingGirls Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2015  Hobbyist Filmographer
Thank you for the favorite~ Don't forget to hit the watch button Fuko Fingers Icon 
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thedutchbrony Featured By Owner May 3, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thnx for the fave and llama :D
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Anako-Kitsune Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist

Thank you so much for the watch, I really appreciate it :D
I post WIPs and sketches on facebook, so if you have facebook, please drop by :)
www.facebook.com/Anakoillustra…

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