Recently learned about Art Fight. It's only for the month of July, but it's not too late to join. Basically, you're assigned a team, and you "attack" each other with art. The winning team is the one with the most points, which are accumulated through art attacks and effort. A much better explanation can be found in their [FAQ](https://artfight.net/info/faq).
[Image description: a close-up of a robotic bee standing on a plant, with a blurry green background. End image description.]
(sauce: [Bee robotic: Walmart files patents on automating agriculture](https://internetofbusiness.com/walmart-files-patent-autonomous-bees/))
Continued in the comments... seems I can only add 5 images to a post?
Edit: Hmm, interesting. Maybe I broke the website, I can't add anymore to the post at all. Some JSON line 1 error or something.
Original sauce for those interested in seeing the rest: https://www.instagram.com/p/CS9uebGhINW/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link
Bibliogram link: https://bibliogram.pussthecat.org/p/CS9uebGhINW/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link
Image description: Post by tumblr user bananonbinary, which says:
literally we need to get rid of the stigma of questioning once and for all.
call yourself gay. call yourself ace. call yourself a lesbian today and a nonbinary bi trans man tomorrow. its fine. literally no community has ever been harmed by someone thinking that label might apply to them and then discarding it later. anyone who says otherwise is drinking the exclusionary kool-aid and isn’t worth the time it would take to argue with them.
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Link to original post: https://bananonbinary.tumblr.com/post/682921535603933184/literally-we-need-to-get-rid-of-the-stigma-of
I'm just bored and exploring the web. I've also taken more of an interest in privacy and open-sourced/decentralized projects. I hope that the more active these projects become, the more interest they will get, and people will leave sites like Facebook and whatnot. I want these projects to succeed :)
Another lesser known art tool. Not sure which OSes it's available on other than iOS, but my search engine seems to suggest it's available on other platforms. On iOS there is a free version available as well as a paid version. It does have pen pressure as long as you have a compatible drawing pen!
I feel like a lot of people haven't heard of Krita. I think it's a fantastic free drawing program and I highly recommend it. According to Wikipedia, it is available for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and Chrome OS.