I know I know, 'reee hailcorporate' etc, but this wasnt sponsored or anything, they dont even have wendy's in the uk I don't think. Just thought it was a fun way to practice digital drawing and people on twitter enjoyed it so I am sharing here.
The squirrel will go out thinking it was set up by the human. Then, the other squirrels watching in the tree will go on saying "You see Bobby, that's why we don't fuck with humans. They run us over and they're decoys for cats."
Edit: can't spell
I was looking at the shadow patterns on the little squirrels, trying to figure out where the source of lighting is from.
some have light area on the side, but there is one with dark shadow band on the back. then it hit me. /r/Shitty_Watercolor used the log table as the source of light.
actually they are each other's source of light
He’s fine but that kids going to try that shit and die for sure
I just played this guy in a casual game and he told me that if I was a real fan (which i am), i would comment and say "I just played this guy and he outplayed me." He lost 7-2, but he outplayed me at least once. <3
you weren't meant to tell them the score >:(
Reddit : Logan Paul,
were we're outraged!
Also Reddit : let's give him more publicity by going on about him non-stop.
My thoughts because I think it's an interesting problem, pls tell me im wrong if you think so:
I get what you mean but I don't think that there's such a clear correlation between people talking about someone and their success. Sure he probably got thousands of dollars of views from random curious people, but in the wider context of a multi million $ channel that needs to worry about its future and reputation, that's a drop.
The whole incident actually negatively impacted his subscriber growth, I'm sure brands/other creators are going to be less likely to work with him, and it probably hurt his relationship with the audience that buys his stuff. To have dozens of huge celebrities like aaron paul and sophie turner call you out is probably quite damaging, especially as he said before that he has ambitions to be in lots of industries (film, etc).
Also in general, it doesn't sit well with me that we shouldn't talk about things just because of the way the system is set up to reward people. Even if there exists a group of people who are attracted to supporting things that we criticise, we should keep doing what we want and saying what we think. Otherwise we're letting morons dictate what we do.
Ideally from this situation he would take a hit to his reputation significant enough to change and discourage other people from doing dumb things. I think philip defranco tweeted that his audience was fine with the vlog, it had like 500k likes 'uncontested', so that pressure is not going to come from his own audience, but from outside people. Those outside people being celebrities, newspapers, normal commenters, etc. And honestly by now I think he's been in the press enough that most internet-dwelling people have heard of him, so his aim is probably to have a better image with people rather than finding new people.
That all sounds like my dumb comic was a carefully calculated move to help dismantle the Paul empire lol. He did a dumb thing, I made a comic, that's about it, but it is interesting to talk about