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All reblogs. All the time!

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Aug 27 '14

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Aug 26 '14
Aug 26 '14

dyemelikeasunset:

Also consider looking at this and this

Aug 25 '14

dyemelikeasunset:

Tutorial: Feet and Shoes

A little old, but hope it helps!

Aug 25 '14

AREN’T WE ALL TIRED OF DELETING THE WRONG TAB

samedij:

ESPICIALLY WHEN IT COULD POSSIBLY BE IMPORTANT (of course not were all on here refreshing)

BUT ANYWAY

LOOK AT THIS—

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NOW RIGHT CLICK

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SEE THAT “PIN TAB” ? CLICK AND WATCH

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IT NO LONGER HAS THE POTENTIAL TO BEING ‘X’ OUT! 

HOPE YOU HAVE FUN KEEPIN A TAB

(This does not apply to the whole WINDOW, sadly. Only the tab within the window)

((I know for one I’m gonna use this espically for my media sites I need to constantly look at)) 

Available in Chrome, IDK about the other systems. 

(Source: genderqueerextraordinaire)

Aug 25 '14

ST:Gameboy Color Theme: Preview | Theme Code
This theme is suppose to be for fun! I tried to mimic a Game Boy Color the best I could. I did a pretty good job! You can add custom links, portrait image & a whole bunch of other things. All the colors can be altered to your liking & if you click the start button on the GameBoy your description area pops up in the screen! Enjoy.Note: The color scheme in the screen shot is for show. All colors can be changed to your liking in the appearance tab. 
For more themes click here.

ST:Gameboy Color Theme: Preview | Theme Code

This theme is suppose to be for fun! I tried to mimic a Game Boy Color the best I could. I did a pretty good job! You can add custom links, portrait image & a whole bunch of other things. All the colors can be altered to your liking & if you click the start button on the GameBoy your description area pops up in the screen! Enjoy.

Note: The color scheme in the screen shot is for show. All colors can be changed to your liking in the appearance tab.
 

For more themes click here.

Aug 24 '14
Aug 24 '14

aatoast:

So if you recall earlier this month Eric Kim/inkskratch shared a photo of a book stand that his wife had put together. We chatted with Eric at TCAF, where the stand was undergoing its convention test run to see how it stood up to artist alley wear and tear.

Eric very kindly showed us its magical powers: It folds flat for easy packing! He suggests creating a folded mockup out of paper first, tweaking it as a base template, and then tracing it onto cardboard. Thanks so much for sharing your tips with us!

Aug 23 '14

noodlerooster asked:

Umm any help for a first time AA, in a small-ish convention? Also I don't have prints so anything on standing out, or setting up my table to look nice!

aatoast:

You don’t have to have a lot to have an appealing and intriguing table - less can certainly be more. And you definitely don’t have to have prints to build an attractive table display!

Not knowing what you are selling makes it hard for to offer specific recommendations, but here are some general guidelines and ideas.

  • A nice tablecloth is a basic essential for an artist alley artist! Many conventions have pretty utilitarian (re: ugly or beaten up) tables, so not only does a tablecloth cover that up, it can help your work stand out and make you easier to find too! Try to avoid cheap plastic ones and get a nice fabric tablecloth. You can go to a fabric store, find a neat colour/print/pattern, and make your own! (Most events usually have folding rectangular 6’ tables. I’ve also seen 8’ tables and sometimes random table sizes for smaller indie type events.)
  • Think tidiness, symmetry, following a sort of grid, etc. The neater your table, the easier it is to look at. If there’s a “star” in your products - a particular thing (or things) that you’ve put the most effort into and really want them to be noticed and seen - make it a focal point and design/build your table layout around it. It doesn’t have to be a print. It could be a display of buttons, a book, stickers etc.
  • Add interest to your table by making it not flat! Create height with boxes/shelves or other things that could be used as platforms (maybe for your star product?), hang things from hooks and jewelry stands, etc.
  • Consider the use of props! There are lots of interesting objects lying around that could complement your work. I’ve seen people using flowers, fabric, doilies, branches, books, dolls, fruit, plates, bottles, baskets, suitcases and chests, putting signs into picture frames … the list is endless. Crafters especially tend to be really good at this, so check out some of the craft fair/table display posts and links on AAtoast! or via google. And props don’t have to be expensive either. They can be found at home, at dollar stores, thrift stores, etc.
  • You’re not the first to tackle this, so be inspired by others! Check out our displays tag!  You can also find ideas elsewhere - think retail displays, home decor and home organization stores, and more!

Good luck with your display and have an awesome time at your first convention! :D

Aug 23 '14
dragonsandcatporn:

sagaciouscejai:

mamasam:

Rum. Goldschlager. Gin. Vodka.
Only the avatar, master of all four alcohols, could get this shit cranked.

but when the party needed him most, he got sober.

and everything changed when the stoner nation attacked

dragonsandcatporn:

sagaciouscejai:

mamasam:

Rum. Goldschlager. Gin. Vodka.

Only the avatar, master of all four alcohols, could get this shit cranked.

but when the party needed him most, he got sober.

and everything changed when the stoner nation attacked

(Source: dominiricanlove)

Aug 23 '14

niuniente:

boobpinch:

this takes ten minutes to do: cut tomatoes and put them in a pot with some water and a bouillon fish cube (or veggie cube), put the heat on so it starts to boil. Then crack a couple of eggs into a small bowl and stir them until they are clear. Now; drip small amounts of the egg blend into the boiling water - they will stiffen into egg lumps (lumps that the chinese call egg flowers). The last thing you do is adding rice noodles into the soup with some chili pepper and wait until they are soft. You can also put some vinegar on it before you eat it, but not too much. :) 

EDIT: my friend Xin told me I should have fried the tomatoes in some oil first to make the colour of the soup more red, which is more typical for chinese ramen. Next time :)

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I tried this today and it came out nice! Note that I DON*T cook, I’m horrible when it comes to any kind of cooking. So, this is veeeery easy recipe!

This household lacked chili so I added a bit cayanne pepper into the soup and it worked there fine.

Aug 22 '14
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