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2:37 AM
August 23rd, 2014

siriusc:

Risa Nakamura in Angelic Pretty — Spoon 55

(via fyeahlolita)

2:37 AM
August 23rd, 2014

dw:

do you ever get a part 2 to a dream you had before

(via shuru10)

2:36 AM
August 23rd, 2014
Cosplay Sewing: Choosing your Starter Sewing Machine

xarinzuther:

In today’s blog post, we help you pick what type of sewing machine you should consider if you want to start sewing.

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HELLO EVERYONE! Today I bring to you a new blog series: Cosplay Sewing for N00bs! (aka newbies/beginners) When I started sewing, I made a lot of booboos…

2:36 AM
August 23rd, 2014
amenokitarou:

Today I take a break from crafting and take look at another part of Cosplay: posing.I’ll start with my favorite pose…It’s known as the “3-point landing” in animation… but in my eyes it is “The Unnecessary Cool Landing” pose, aka Black Widow’s Leg Splay… An Excuse for Fanservice …EtcHere are the 5 pointers:(1). Shift body weight to one side and bend the knee. Open the knee to the side to widen the pose. Now splay your other leg to the side. Straighten this leg.(1*) Depending on the flavour of your character, you might want to bend your second leg also. If you do, place your second knee on the floor, and also open it to the side, so the pose doesn’t become narrow.(2) Lift chest to straight upper back for a strong looking pose. This will also help you left your chin and eyes without having to roll your eyes uncomfortably.(3) The landing arm. Generally looks good when the opposite arm is in front. (Eg. The side with the knee up is the front side, so the side with the straight leg/knee down gets the landing arm in front).(3*) The floor hand. Depending on the flavour of your character, you could generally touch the floor, press your palm down, or even close your fist and knuckle down on the floor.(4) Always do something with your other arm. An extension backwards generally looks dynamic).(5) Now if you want to add a little motion, you could lift one of your heels off the floor. Just one. Back or front, decide on the direction you want to be moving. (Lifting both usually ends up retarded… At least for me D:)Happy shooting!


amenokitarou:

Today I take a break from crafting and take look at another part of Cosplay: posing.
I’ll start with my favorite pose…It’s known as the “3-point landing” in animation… but in my eyes it is “The Unnecessary Cool Landing” pose, aka Black Widow’s Leg Splay… An Excuse for Fanservice …Etc

Here are the 5 pointers:
(1). Shift body weight to one side and bend the knee. Open the knee to the side to widen the pose. 
Now splay your other leg to the side. Straighten this leg.
(1*) Depending on the flavour of your character, you might want to bend your second leg also. If you do, place your second knee on the floor, and also open it to the side, so the pose doesn’t become narrow.

(2) Lift chest to straight upper back for a strong looking pose. This will also help you left your chin and eyes without having to roll your eyes uncomfortably.

(3) The landing arm. Generally looks good when the opposite arm is in front. (Eg. The side with the knee up is the front side, so the side with the straight leg/knee down gets the landing arm in front).
(3*) The floor hand. Depending on the flavour of your character, you could generally touch the floor, press your palm down, or even close your fist and knuckle down on the floor.

(4) Always do something with your other arm. An extension backwards generally looks dynamic).

(5) Now if you want to add a little motion, you could lift one of your heels off the floor. Just one. Back or front, decide on the direction you want to be moving. (Lifting both usually ends up retarded… At least for me D:)

Happy shooting!

(via learning-to-sew)

2:35 AM
August 23rd, 2014
luffys-hat:

tbh my first instinct was to write FIND ONE PIECE across the page in huge letters


luffys-hat:

tbh my first instinct was to write FIND ONE PIECE across the page in huge letters

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2:35 AM
August 23rd, 2014

grimdarkthroes:

you know whatd be a fun exercise

get a writer and an artist together. artist does a sketch, writer writes a handful of paragraphs. they give them to each other.

writer has to write a handful of paragraphs on the scene depicted in the sketch, and it cant be just like, describing it. artist has to draw a new sketch from the writing.

it’d be a neat lil’ flex-the-muscles sort of thing. 

(via caffinatedstory)

12:59 AM
August 23rd, 2014

hawlooh:

grypwolf:

… AND THAT IS THE WAY I MAKE FIRE! Simple and messy “how to gry”.
I will add quick smoke tutorial / step by step too Just wait. \o/

EDIT: Sorry for small images >8C I am not good with tumblr image sizes and I have never understood them. But by copying the image URL you can see bigger sized images!

art resources, fire

(via the-book-of-eibon)

12:58 AM
August 23rd, 2014
birvan:

More myth Finland and Sweden
I guess I can see why the Yule Goat scared some children in the past, with that shaggy fur and sharp hoofed claws. Thankfully though Fin is more interested in food and beer
Sweden as a (partial) Tomte is more hilarious. Despite being small he’s insanely strong (enough to punch a cow)… and has an obsession for butter! Farm animals seem to get along well with him, especially horses


birvan:

More myth Finland and Sweden

I guess I can see why the Yule Goat scared some children in the past, with that shaggy fur and sharp hoofed claws. Thankfully though Fin is more interested in food and beer

Sweden as a (partial) Tomte is more hilarious. Despite being small he’s insanely strong (enough to punch a cow)… and has an obsession for butter! Farm animals seem to get along well with him, especially horses

(via aphmr-puffin)

12:52 AM
August 23rd, 2014

norgestrong:

It’s usually too shy to show up, though. And demands porridge for her errands.

12:51 AM
August 23rd, 2014

norgestrong:

—don’t try this at home, children. [  ]

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