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Apr 18 '14
Apr 17 '14

parushine:

**FLUFF TUTORIAL FAFSGSJAS**

Ok, since some peeps liked the idea, I decided to make it in the end. Still super nervous about it, though, but feedback would be great. I’m not used to doing these and not very good at explaining myself in general but I did try. ; u ; As it says, if you need help with anything then just tell me and I’ll answer the best I can.

I’m sorry if it’s a complete mess. OTL

(Maybe I’ll do another one if there’s anything I missed out haaaa;;;)

Oh, yeah, if you don’t have missing E then you’ll have to right click the images and show them in a new tab to see the full sizes.

Apr 16 '14

mo0gs:

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*flips Horizontally *

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*undo*

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I really need to start doing this when I sketch -_____-!

Apr 16 '14
excolo:

In this tutorial, we’ll be learning how to create jump pagnition for your theme. For those who don’t know what jump pagnition it, an here is an example (taken from my blog):

What you’ll need to know first: basic knowledge of HTML and CSS.
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excolo:

In this tutorial, we’ll be learning how to create jump pagnition for your theme. For those who don’t know what jump pagnition it, an here is an example (taken from my blog):

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What you’ll need to know first: basic knowledge of HTML and CSS.

Read More

Apr 15 '14
the-unpopular-opinions:

*shamelessly rips off photo*
So after seeing this post and having a short debate with my friends over the integrity of physical discipline, I just want to throw in my two cents on the topic. I have a feeling that it is a bit unpopular.
I have to get a few things out of the way that apparently aren’t completely obvious to most of this blog’s followers;
There is no set right or wrong way to discipline your child. What works for one child will not necessarily work for another. Every person, parent, and child responds to stimulus differently. You cannot hope to try and put every situation under one opinion.
Now, first I just want to say that in a general, cookie-cutter answer, my idea of discipline for a child involves taking the practices of many different forms. Not just spankings, not just yelling, not just privilege revoking and grounding, a mix of them. Of course it also depends on the child, the situation, the intensity of the punishment, and how responsive they are to such treatments. A completely flexible ideal.
But I wanted to share why I believe that spankings produce respect. (Not pro-abuse. It seems a few people had trouble separating the two concepts. The most spankings do is leave a reddened bottom and a stinging feeling. Abuse leaves much more than that.)
The conversation I had with my friend was Privilege Revoking vs. Spankings.
In a very short hand summary of our debate, with privileges being taken away, you act good because you get something in return when you do— your stuff back. That instills the idea that you should be rewarded for being a decent person. With spankings you act good because it prevents further spankings. You don’t get rewarded for being a good kid, you’re taught that that is just how you are supposed to act. You’re taught that you need to be a good person because when you aren’t, bad things happen.
For a kid to understand that, it needs to be taught on the most basic of levels. The pain of a spanking in that moment is significant for a 5 year old, you know? It’s going to make them really think about their actions, and think of them within the guideline, ”How will this hurt me in the long run?”
This is like the basis of respect. It turns into,"How will treating this person in this way effect me in the long run?"Sure, you can make the argument that taking away privileges makes them think the same thing, but it’s not going to be thought through as thoroughly (as thoroughly as a kid can think something through) as with the incentive of physical pain.I realize that a lot of people will be incredible put off by causing their child to feel physical pain, but you spanking your kid’s bottom is gonna hurt a lot less than them falling and scraping their knee on the playground at school. Sitting down might be uncomfortable for a while, and they’ll moan because 1) it stings and 2) they got punished, but it’s hardly as bad as a lot of people make it out to be.
Not only that, taking away privileges and groundings more often than not involves shouting, on either the parent’s end or the child’s end, and that, I believe, is much more damaging than a spanking. While the pain of spankings goes away after an hour at most, the pain of yelling or just saying certain things to your child can stick with them their entire life. Repeated spankings are only ever going to be bad in the moment. A lot of people say that the fear caused by spankings is damaging, but any sort of discipline is gonna invoke fear in a child. Yet I always knew that my well being was safe in either situation because spankings are not abusive. Even as a 4 year old I still understood that my parents loved me and would care for me, always. Repeatedly shouting can cause emotional trauma in your child that spiritually damages them for a large chunk of their life. This is coming from someone whose gotten the belt on more than one occasion. I’m not gonna lie, I did grow up with anger issues. But if you want to talk statistics, those came from my parent’s divorce and a lack of father and mother figure in my life. Not spankings. I could deal with a spanking. What I couldn’t deal with was the fighting happening between my parents, and the angry, hurtful words that were shouted in my childhood. Using words as an alternative discipline is much more damaging than giving your child a whack or two on the butt, because you are attacking their already fragile mental state rather than their physical state. Yes, their physical state is fragile, too, but mending a mind and mending a body are two vastly different concepts.
To teach a child something as important as respect, you really have to start from the ground up, and spankings are the most easily understood form of teaching that. As a child you inherently understand pain. What you don’t understand is a concept of right and wrong, and when anger is being directed at you or not.
I apologize for the incredibly long post this turned out to be. I’m open to mending my opinion if any one else has something that they want to through in.

Amen, amen, amen!

the-unpopular-opinions:

*shamelessly rips off photo*

So after seeing this post and having a short debate with my friends over the integrity of physical discipline, I just want to throw in my two cents on the topic. I have a feeling that it is a bit unpopular.

I have to get a few things out of the way that apparently aren’t completely obvious to most of this blog’s followers;

There is no set right or wrong way to discipline your child. What works for one child will not necessarily work for another. Every person, parent, and child responds to stimulus differently. You cannot hope to try and put every situation under one opinion.

Now, first I just want to say that in a general, cookie-cutter answer, my idea of discipline for a child involves taking the practices of many different forms. Not just spankings, not just yelling, not just privilege revoking and grounding, a mix of them. Of course it also depends on the child, the situation, the intensity of the punishment, and how responsive they are to such treatments. A completely flexible ideal.

But I wanted to share why I believe that spankings produce respect. (Not pro-abuse. It seems a few people had trouble separating the two concepts. The most spankings do is leave a reddened bottom and a stinging feeling. Abuse leaves much more than that.)

The conversation I had with my friend was Privilege Revoking vs. Spankings.

In a very short hand summary of our debate, with privileges being taken away, you act good because you get something in return when you do— your stuff back. That instills the idea that you should be rewarded for being a decent person. With spankings you act good because it prevents further spankings. You don’t get rewarded for being a good kid, you’re taught that that is just how you are supposed to act. You’re taught that you need to be a good person because when you aren’t, bad things happen.

For a kid to understand that, it needs to be taught on the most basic of levels. The pain of a spanking in that moment is significant for a 5 year old, you know? It’s going to make them really think about their actions, and think of them within the guideline, ”How will this hurt me in the long run?”

This is like the basis of respect. It turns into,
"How will treating this person in this way effect me in the long run?"
Sure, you can make the argument that taking away privileges makes them think the same thing, but it’s not going to be thought through as thoroughly (as thoroughly as a kid can think something through) as with the incentive of physical pain.
I realize that a lot of people will be incredible put off by causing their child to feel physical pain, but you spanking your kid’s bottom is gonna hurt a lot less than them falling and scraping their knee on the playground at school. Sitting down might be uncomfortable for a while, and they’ll moan because 1) it stings and 2) they got punished, but it’s hardly as bad as a lot of people make it out to be.

Not only that, taking away privileges and groundings more often than not involves shouting, on either the parent’s end or the child’s end, and that, I believe, is much more damaging than a spanking. While the pain of spankings goes away after an hour at most, the pain of yelling or just saying certain things to your child can stick with them their entire life. Repeated spankings are only ever going to be bad in the moment. A lot of people say that the fear caused by spankings is damaging, but any sort of discipline is gonna invoke fear in a child. Yet I always knew that my well being was safe in either situation because spankings are not abusive. Even as a 4 year old I still understood that my parents loved me and would care for me, always. Repeatedly shouting can cause emotional trauma in your child that spiritually damages them for a large chunk of their life. This is coming from someone whose gotten the belt on more than one occasion. I’m not gonna lie, I did grow up with anger issues. But if you want to talk statistics, those came from my parent’s divorce and a lack of father and mother figure in my life. Not spankings. I could deal with a spanking. What I couldn’t deal with was the fighting happening between my parents, and the angry, hurtful words that were shouted in my childhood. Using words as an alternative discipline is much more damaging than giving your child a whack or two on the butt, because you are attacking their already fragile mental state rather than their physical state. Yes, their physical state is fragile, too, but mending a mind and mending a body are two vastly different concepts.

To teach a child something as important as respect, you really have to start from the ground up, and spankings are the most easily understood form of teaching that. As a child you inherently understand pain. What you don’t understand is a concept of right and wrong, and when anger is being directed at you or not.

I apologize for the incredibly long post this turned out to be. I’m open to mending my opinion if any one else has something that they want to through in.

Amen, amen, amen!

Apr 15 '14

la-inspirez asked:

Hi I was wondering if you could possibly tell us about the technique you used to do the glasses for the girl with the black outfit and pink hair. I would also like to know about the technique you've been using lately that makes your work look crystallized almost? Like in the Sailor Monoceros, all you need is love wallpaper, and the picture of the chibi head. I really like it and would like to possibly know the process or choices behind it.

barachan:

um…unfortunately i’m not really sure how to explain it? like…i think it’s a very simple technique in itself…it’s basically cel shading, just with more geometric shapes. the application of color isn’t very fancy imo, it’s just that the shapes i employ are different than what most people seem to use, and as far as those go i just kind of wing it — there’s no specific formula or choices for it i can put into words, other than the fact that i try not to overdo the effect on skin since totally crystal-textured humans would just look polygon man strange! overall i think it requires a good sense of form, i.e. being able to envision things in 3D in your head…i’m sorry i couldn’t be more informative!

i did make a process gif of the pink image you mentioned, though. it’s a little different from my usual work since i just painted on top of a doodle, versus doing clean inks, but…here you go!

Apr 14 '14
niallers-potatoes:

pwnyzgonnapwn:

lolsofunny:

m-a-d-h-a-u-s:

cannibalism 

I think you mean cananabananailism

what the hell is wrong with you people

You must be new here

niallers-potatoes:

pwnyzgonnapwn:

lolsofunny:

m-a-d-h-a-u-s:

cannibalism 

I think you mean cananabananailism

what the hell is wrong with you people

You must be new here

Apr 14 '14

deltaink:

runescratch:

I’ve been asked a lot about how I draw hoods, mostly Talon’s hood, so I hope this helps a little? Just a pretty basic thing but hey there ya go

Hoods are pretty cool, they usually have a lot of variety in how they can look (and sometimes people even wear two hoods at once) so just get creative with it and have fun

MIGHTY NEED

Apr 13 '14
the-unpopular-opinions:

Im love this website but i hate people in it. How about if everyone shuts the fuck up about fights and sending someone hate because they didnt called you “it” or whatever the fuck you wanted them to call you because you identify as an asexual gose?? how about we stop saying “i hate feminists!!!”, “i hate cis people!!!” “i hate white people!!!!1” “i hate straights!!!!1”?? how about you just stop complaining about every little thing that you see and stop trying to pick up a fight every 2 minutes bc you know your followers will support you just because you take nice selfies??
Why cant we all laugh at stupid pictures or talk about how hot celebrities are or talk about likes and dislikes without making someone feel bad and laugh at pictures of animals with sunglasses and just have a good time without picking up fights?

the-unpopular-opinions:

Im love this website but i hate people in it. How about if everyone shuts the fuck up about fights and sending someone hate because they didnt called you “it” or whatever the fuck you wanted them to call you because you identify as an asexual gose?? how about we stop saying “i hate feminists!!!”, “i hate cis people!!!” “i hate white people!!!!1” “i hate straights!!!!1”?? how about you just stop complaining about every little thing that you see and stop trying to pick up a fight every 2 minutes bc you know your followers will support you just because you take nice selfies??

Why cant we all laugh at stupid pictures or talk about how hot celebrities are or talk about likes and dislikes without making someone feel bad and laugh at pictures of animals with sunglasses and just have a good time without picking up fights?

Apr 13 '14
Apr 12 '14

brandking asked:

HOW DO YOU GET SO MANY SHINIES?

zeekayart:

I MADE A GUIDE LOOK LOOK

http://zeekayart.com/post/68935427017

also i caught the following shinies on my quest to catch a shiny heracross: illumise, volbeat, 2 paras, 2 ledyba, and a beautifly.

SO IT GIVES YOU AN IDEA OF HOW LONG I SPENT LOOKING FOR THE HERACROSS AND HOW MANY BUG SAFARIS I JUMPED HAHAHA 

Apr 12 '14

paexie:

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Pssst!  zeekayart !!