i actually did two loz sketches ha
Main characters from a sci-fi comic I’m working on at the moment! *▽*
why do people cry on the last day of school
the right time to cry is the first day of school
the right time to cry is every day at school
BILL WATTERSON ‘A cartoonist’s advice’
I think I need this now.
Those words are the last words a father’s to his dead daughters who killed by Bashar al-Assad and his supporter army with chemical weapon attack.
Almost 2000 innocent people died at this attack. Most of all, 0-10 years old children. Most of them, killed while they are sleeping. They couldn’t wake up for a new day.
There’s no words to explain this massacres. You don’t have to be a Syrian or Muslim to support this people. This can be happen to you, one day. We don’t know what’s gonna happen to us. Please, share this with everyone. Please.
[NOTE: My english is pretty bad but I hope you’d get it.]
Reblog, reblog now.
It’s painful to see but it’s a crisis that needs more attention. Just like Fukushima, we can’t let these people down. Knowing is half the truth, keeping it in the media, reminding each other that there is still problems in the world is important. Problems that we can help resolve or support those in need.
Read about where countries stand in this issue from the BBC here.
Read about the Syrian Civil War via wikipedia here.
I cannot even begin imagine the agony that poor father must be going through. There’s absolutely no reason why this had to happen and the people responsible should be punished.
I don’t think I can do all that much, but the least I can do is spread the word so that this doesn’t stay under wraps. Please, everyone, do what you can!
The Lesson Before The Sabbath (c.1880). Louis Maurice Boutet de Monvel (French, 1851–1913). Nemours Castle.
Boutet de Monvel took lessons at the Julian Academy, working under the leadership of Gustave Boulanger and Jules Lefèbvre, both of whom had a decisive influence over his first works. He exhibited his first canvas at Le Salon in 1873. He received a bronze medal in 1878 and a silver medal in 1880 with La leçon avant le sabbat (The lesson before the Sabbath).