beben-eleben:

Body Language Secrets Everyone Must Know
by Aldis Kalnins 

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fuckingtomatoes:

MUSIC TO INFLUENCE YOU TO WRITE

Feel like you need a song to influence you to write a scene or character? Here are a list of Playlists and Songs you can listen to to get you going!

HAPPY BASED

SEX SCENES

SAD SCENES/ HEARTBREAK

PSYCHOPATHIC CHARACTER/SUSPENSE SCENE

BADASS CHARACTERS/ACTION-FIGHT SCENE

INSTRUMENTAL/ CALM 

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»»>FANMIXES

HANNIBAL

BBC SHERLOCK

SUPERNATURAL


I’d love to add more (music and fandoms) but let’s just give you this for now! Happy Listening! 

ALSO: These (obviously) are not my fanmixes/playlists so give some props to the people who made it! They would love it! Also, if you see your playlist on here and would like it removed, tell me! Thank you!

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kiwiggle:

terezidactyl:

mpoirot:

so I’ve just discovered soundrown, it’s sort of like rainymood except there’s 10 different sounds that you can listen to and combine to create whatever sort of environment you want (i.e. campfire and night, which is quite lovely)

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are you telling me i could listen to the sound of a coffee shop on fire

/casually sets fire to the rain

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cowbuttcrunchies:

When painting stripes on fabric, you always want to use a stencil!  Painting many perfectly even, spaced lines is something extremely difficult to do - a much easier solution is to create a stencil out of painter’s blue tape.  You can also create a stencil out of freezer paper, but try to use tape if possible since it’s easier to lay and already cut out into strips for you.

Fabric paint is the best choice to use when picking your materials.  It’s meant to be flexible and move when your fabric bends, which is very important since your paint will be covering half of your fabric.  Acrylic paint is not recommended unless you are making something very stiff (like our derse outfits).   However be sure to buy the bigger sized tubes, since this method uses quite a bit of paint.

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lbvki:

colormelolita:

finally someone breaks it down for those of us who are makeup challenged.

actually really good for those that struggle with lighting in painting!

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mikikoponczeck:

Endling needed some pose references for sketching, so we took a few pictures. :3 Feel free to use for practice etc. (no commercial use please)

Part 1 of 2. 

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karma:

freeplanetickettonorthkorea:

the-beauty-of-words-blog:

debracondensed:

craigslisp:

milanys:

shamie:

libreoffice:

Over the years, Microsoft has started to become greedy with their Microsoft Office packages, previously, it was pre-included in Windows computers, and then,  they were separately sold. Now, they’re yearly subscriptions (like an Anti-virus)

It’s time to make a stand! (And no, don’t even pirate their software.)

LibreOffice - a software that’s very similar to Microsoft Office BUT THIS ONE’s FREE!

DOWNLOAD HERE

This has helped me big time during my time in college. Saved me big bucks & not getting into trouble by downloading a cracked Microsoft Office copy.

I highly recommend this to everyone. 

this is actually easier to use than Word tbh

Wow I was just considering to buy that Office 2013 package until I saw this post. Good stuff! +1

I literally JUST cracked and bought my year of Microsoft Office -_-
But yeah they are just going really far from what they used to be.

Does libre office save in doc format though? I used to use another program that did but websites wouldn’t recognize it as doc :/

^ Yes, you can save as a .docx file & you can open files made through Word as well. 

Been using Libre Office/Open Office for years now. I have honestly not used Microsoft Office since 2003. Microsoft is on it’s way to collapse. Windows is going down the tubes in quality, and Open Source Operating systems are becoming more prevalent, they blew it with Windows Mobile, Xbox One looks like a total failure with a lot less power than the PS4. And now this with Microsoft Office. Use LibreOffice, save yourself money and use a product that is more often regularly maintained and updated than it’s Microsoft counterpart.

I’ve been usingit for years now.  It’s a great alternative to Microsoft Office.  Can save in nearly any major format.  Plus I find it easier to use than Microsoft Office.  Haven’t really used that since 03 when they had it in my high school computers. 

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senshistock:

For your well dressed men!

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shoomlah:

So the problem with designing characters who become popular is that, if you’re a needy bastard like me who tracks the Lutece tags when you’re bored, you’re suddenly exposed to a ton of art of said characters in various states of undress.

I’m not one to discourage this sort of thing- no no, I have sketchbooks full of Remus/Sirius stuff from high school- but I figured I might as well give everyone a leg-up with a more detailed guide to Rosalind Lutece’s potential underthings.  I’ve seen a ton of drawings of her in corsets from a good 50 years before her time and I…  I needed to step in.

Think of this as a primer!  Not a be-all-end-all of Edwardian underthings (heck, I’m still learning this stuff), but it might teach you some new fashion terms/ideas you weren’t previously aware of!  Go forth, young padawan, and draw historically-accurate Rosalind porn to your heart’s content.

…I do not know if this counts as fanart or not since I’m the one doing it?  Whatever.  RESEARCH OR DIE MOFOS