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Damn you are a fine looking Internet user.
It was supposed to be my NSFW archive but I like drawing and don't visit that much gore tumblrs.
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yopatrick:

Some good tips about comic lettering from Nate Piekos of Blambot.com

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gingerhaze:

I was talking to my brother about women’s attitudes towards their bodies, especially regarding weight/fat, and when he said “most guys don’t notice/care about that kind of thing,” I tried to explain why it was a lot more complicated than that. I ended up telling this story.

Body image is something that’s so hard to talk about, and it’s hard to express body positivity without sounding cheesy, false, or overly simplistic. But I’m gonna try. This is only my own experience, and it didn’t magically cure me of all my body image issues - but it was a major turning point for me nonetheless.image

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HTML HELP & CODES

TUTORIALS:
01. HOW TO: Reblog Yourself
02. HOW TO: Change An Image’s Opacity
03. HOW TO: Create A Drop In Recommend Box
04. HOW TO: Enable Your Ask Box
05. HOW TO: Use A Favicon
06. HOW TO: Reblog A Link
07. HOW TO: Create Block Navigation
08. HOW TO: Get A Fixed Header
09. HOW TO: Get A Pop-Up Welcome Message
10. HOW TO: Get A Pop-Up Exit Message
11. HOW TO: Use A Dash-Theme
12. HOW TO: Redirect URLS
13. HOW TO: Create A Custom Domain Name
14. HOW TO: Allow Replies To Posts
15. HOW TO: Put Music On Your Tumblr
16. HOW TO: Track Someone’s IP ADDRESS
17. HOW TO: See Who Unfollows You
18. HOW TO: Get Accordian Links
19. HOW TO: Get A Chatbox
20. HOW TO: Creating & Tagging A “Favorites” Page
21. HOW TO: Creating A New Page
22. HOW TO: Get A Tumblr Tag Cloud

TUTORIALS:
01. HTML Code: Changing The Bold, Italic, Underline
02. HTML Code: Infinite Scrolling
03. HTML Code: Auto Pager
04. HTML Code: fading effect for links
05. HTML Code: site visitor counter
06. HTML Code: site hit counter
07. HTML Code: Basic Codes
08. HTML Code: Scroll Box
09. HTML Code: Ask Box Code
10. HTML Code: Drop Down Menu
11. HTML Code; Drop Down Navigation
12. HTML Code: Recommend Button
13. HTML Code: Snow Effect
14. HTML Code: Bubbles Cursor
15. HTML Code: Create Tabbed Links
16. HTML Code: Sparkle Cursor: One Color
17. HTML Code: Sparkle Cursor: Two Colors
18. HTML Code: Image Mapping Code
19. HTML Code: Background Image in Tumblr Posts
20. HTML Code: Faded Text
21. HTML Code: Fireworks Effect
22. HTML Code: Create Rounded Edges
23. HTML Code: Shadow Behind DIVS
24. HTML Code: Cursor Text Trail
25. HTML Code: Custom Cursor Images
26. HTML Code: Rotating Posts On Mouse Over
27. HTML Code: RARE Title Header Code

(Source: customclawsbycait, via spacelullaby)

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xfreischutz:

I was going to review my french and linguistics but then this happened instead.
Except it’s 3.30am so it’s half-assed. //shotdead

But hopefully people will find this of use. \o/ Sorry this took so long, Anon, and I hope it answers your questions.

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failmacaw:

THE NINE CHOIRS OF HEAVEN.  An info-graphic for my editorial class and god am I thankful it’s done.  Way too much went into this than what I had time for, but hey… I actually kind of like it?

Now excuse me, I must return to my fashion major lifestyle and go sew a coat u_u

EDIT:  Re-uploaded with easier viewing! 

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welovetemplates:

How to make templates! Some information on Tumblr photosets.

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paxamericana:

This is the most cyberpunk shit I’ve ever seen. Makeup to obscure facial recognition cameras.
http://cvdazzle.com/

paxamericana:

This is the most cyberpunk shit I’ve ever seen. Makeup to obscure facial recognition cameras.

http://cvdazzle.com/

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dothraklingon:

infuriatingly-adorable:

whiskey-wolf:

And this is what happens when a masterfully crafted katana collides with a masterfully crafted longsword.
Suck it, katana

And that is what happens when a masterfully crafted scalpel collides with a masterfully crafted guillotine.
Does nobody understand that longswords and katanas are two different kinds of tool?Longswords are essentially sharpened fucksticks designed to destroy the shit out of anything resembling armor that comes their way. They shatter bone, jelly flesh, and essentially fuck people up by sheer inexorable force of being a goddamn sharp steel bar.
Katanas don’t do that.They’re not meant to withstand collision with armor or a brick wall or a charging fully outfitted warhorsebecause the circumstances of its development didn’t call for that. It’s a precision instrument. It’s designed to be lightweight, outmaneuver, and find weak spots, not go barreling into people hack-n-slashing your way to victory. It’s a specialized tool.
In a sense this reflects a core difference between cultures; katanas are a shitton of work and preparation to make the execution as efficient and streamlined as possible, while longswords are more durably and simply made in response to a climate that would require a soldier to be a one-man battering ram in battle.

You slam any blade into any other blade and one of them is at least going to get chipped, because you’re NOT SUPPOSED TO FUCKING DO THAT.
Medieval European / Japanese sword-fighting manuals didn’t have “Now Clang the Swords Together and Totally Ruin Them For No Good Reason Whatsoever” sections. That sword-clanging crap is from movies because you want to show a 2 minute dancey sword-fight and have to do something during that time, because in real sword fights it’s either over in 25 seconds with one guy on the ground, dead, or it goes on for 4 hours as two guys in armor wear themselves out, slamming the broad sides of the sword against the armor.
Swords aren’t lightsabers.
This is like proving a Volkswagen Beetle is a “crap car” by running it into a bridge pylon at 85 mph. It’s a pointless demonstration, because you’re not supposed to do that.
Neither one of these weapons was invented to cut another sword in half, Both were invented to cut a GUY in half. In slightly different ways, but still.

dothraklingon:

infuriatingly-adorable:

whiskey-wolf:

And this is what happens when a masterfully crafted katana collides with a masterfully crafted longsword.

Suck it, katana

And that is what happens when a masterfully crafted scalpel collides with a masterfully crafted guillotine.

Does nobody understand that longswords and katanas are two different kinds of tool?Longswords are essentially sharpened fucksticks designed to destroy the shit out of anything resembling armor that comes their way. They shatter bone, jelly flesh, and essentially fuck people up by sheer inexorable force of being a goddamn sharp steel bar.

Katanas don’t do that.They’re not meant to withstand collision with armor or a brick wall or a charging fully outfitted warhorsebecause the circumstances of its development didn’t call for that. It’s a precision instrument. It’s designed to be lightweight, outmaneuver, and find weak spots, not go barreling into people hack-n-slashing your way to victory. It’s a specialized tool.

In a sense this reflects a core difference between cultures; katanas are a shitton of work and preparation to make the execution as efficient and streamlined as possible, while longswords are more durably and simply made in response to a climate that would require a soldier to be a one-man battering ram in battle.

You slam any blade into any other blade and one of them is at least going to get chipped, because you’re NOT SUPPOSED TO FUCKING DO THAT.

Medieval European / Japanese sword-fighting manuals didn’t have “Now Clang the Swords Together and Totally Ruin Them For No Good Reason Whatsoever” sections. That sword-clanging crap is from movies because you want to show a 2 minute dancey sword-fight and have to do something during that time, because in real sword fights it’s either over in 25 seconds with one guy on the ground, dead, or it goes on for 4 hours as two guys in armor wear themselves out, slamming the broad sides of the sword against the armor.

Swords aren’t lightsabers.

This is like proving a Volkswagen Beetle is a “crap car” by running it into a bridge pylon at 85 mph. It’s a pointless demonstration, because you’re not supposed to do that.

Neither one of these weapons was invented to cut another sword in half, Both were invented to cut a GUY in half. In slightly different ways, but still.

(via prince-of-activities)