shinchanmajitenshi:

yukiharus:

hey, if you’re a mutual don’t ignore this

stop reblogging reposts of artist’s works. stop reblogging reprints from pixiv, drawr, twitter, etc. regardless of whether there is a source or not. not all artists want their artwork to be shared in public without their knowledge. it can range from many different reasons: they may be anxious that you can be making fun of them, anxious that you may be making a profit out of their art. it may be because it is just plain disrespectful or they may be shy about it.

if you asked permission to post, put that in the description with proof. if they stated on their pixiv or other site that it is okay to repost then put that in the description. heck, even try to find the artist’s tumblr if they have one!

stop reposting, stop reblogging reposts and start reblogging from the artist’s tumblr instead to show respect. ask permission to repost to show respect. artists have deleted their pixivs, drawrs, specific pieces of their artwork because of reposts. don’t let this continue happening.

from tumblr user rivalship’s tags:

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via: rainbowmun
source: osiem-ay

lilaira:

fishontree:

osi8m:

how to spell circles like

here:

image

or here:

image

for photoshop, thought as long as your program allow to make elipses, or other shapes and use layers, it should work too :P

some 4am “tutorial” thing I made :’D

They would tell you they are these old free brushes anyway.

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via: kinnoonnanoko
source: sherlck

feathery-soul:

depressing—quotes:

agnosticwitch:

feathery-soul:

sherlck:

wear a different perfume when you commit murder fuckin amateurs 

also wear shoes that aren’t your actual size and use gloves if you have to touch anything

what the hell is this here? A how-to-commit-the-perfect-crime??

helping others is always nice

also if you know someone you can’t stand leave some of their hair at the crime scene

as helpful as this seems…don’t wear shoes that don’t fit b/c forensic analysts can TELL

thebluebear27:

Heres a page of the various background characters on My Life as a Teenage Robot. Source

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via: heteromale
source: rhamphotheca
rhamphotheca:

ilustration by Adriene Adams
from the children’s book In the Middle of the Night (1965) by Aileen Fisher 
(via: Sonorensis; via: Vintage Kids Books)

rhamphotheca:

ilustration by Adriene Adams

from the children’s book In the Middle of the Night (1965) by Aileen Fisher

(via: Sonorensis; via: Vintage Kids Books)

July 09, 1982 - Tron is released

In 1982, before laptops and DVDs, before multi-gigabyte hard drives and the World Wide Web, there came the silver screen computer world of Tron. Tron tells the story of Kevin Flynn, a brilliant young video game programmer for ENCOM, who discovers that Ed Dillinger, in an effort to boost his own career, has stolen Flynn’s programs and claimed them as his own. In his diligent efforts to find evidence regarding his stolen games, Dillinger’s Master Control Program, the MCP, tries to stop Flynn and blasts him into an electronic computerized world. Aided by Tron, which is actually a security program written by Dillinger, they try to destroy the MCP, escape and return to the “real” world. Tron created quite a buzz by being the first film to extensively use computer-generated images and to completely generate a three-dimensional world on the big screen. Later in 1982, guests aboard the Disneyland People Mover attraction heard the pre-recorded spiel interrupted with the words, “Warning! You have invaded the electronic realm of the Master Computer Program. Prepare for the game grid of Tron!” As their vehicle progressed along the track and into a tunnel, they would soon be surrounded by projections of racing “light cycles” within the cyber computer-generated world of Tron.

(Source: D23)

coffeeandcockatiels:

xpuffypenguinx:

Rotatable 3D models for artists

Includes torso, head, foot, and various hand poses - select from menu on the right!

Hahaha—reblog comic about having trouble drawing hands, follow up by reblogging 3d rotatable resources for people who have trouble drawing hands.

leseanthomas:

Ms. Shawna Mills, aka LazyMills has been on my radar for some time. Hailing from my hometown of NYC, the soft spoken 2D animator/concept designer’s work does a lot of the talking with it’s loud, boisterous and “IDGAF” treatment to shape laws and rules. She’s one of my favorite people working and she’s one of the few ladies of color in animation who has their own voice. 

Source:  Lazymills.com

anatomicalart:

please be aware that these can be means of killing or permanently disabling a person. (I.e. A successful hit to the temple is likely toCause brain haemorrhage). Great for writing! not great for real life.Even in event if self defence DO NOT go for fatal blows. When the police come, if you have permanently wounded your opponent you can and likely will be charged for assault, and for that your opponent can sue.
There are safer ways of defending yourself. I.E. The pinky fingers are unnecessarily sensitive to pain. If you pull and twist them hard enough you can bend your attacker to your will, and only risk breaking a finger. NEVER kick the nose from a low angle up, you can kill someone this way.Kicking the knee from behind (the way it bends) is a good way of knocking your opponent down, and from this point you can either run, or preform a better move (like a solid heel-kick to the thigh which will stop them getting up for a while). Kicking from in front (the way if doesn’t bend) can break a knee backwards if you do it too hard. They will never walk again, and this will get you sued for a hospital bill you can’t imagine. So kick from behind, please, you’re not a gangster.Not knowing these things is how someone can accidentally beat a man to death.

anatomicalart:

please be aware that these can be means of killing or permanently disabling a person. (I.e. A successful hit to the temple is likely to
Cause brain haemorrhage).
Great for writing! not great for real life.
Even in event if self defence DO NOT go for fatal blows. When the police come, if you have permanently wounded your opponent you can and likely will be charged for assault, and for that your opponent can sue.

There are safer ways of defending yourself. I.E. The pinky fingers are unnecessarily sensitive to pain. If you pull and twist them hard enough you can bend your attacker to your will, and only risk breaking a finger.
NEVER kick the nose from a low angle up, you can kill someone this way.
Kicking the knee from behind (the way it bends) is a good way of knocking your opponent down, and from this point you can either run, or preform a better move (like a solid heel-kick to the thigh which will stop them getting up for a while). Kicking from in front (the way if doesn’t bend) can break a knee backwards if you do it too hard. They will never walk again, and this will get you sued for a hospital bill you can’t imagine. So kick from behind, please, you’re not a gangster.
Not knowing these things is how someone can accidentally beat a man to death.