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coelasquid:

He’s beauty he’s grace he’s mr Lee Pace

I like how Lee Pace is like seven feet taller than Peter Jackson.



Photo taken during a lightning storm at 2am (It was pitch-black outside and lightning flashed, right as the picture was taken.)

Photo taken during a lightning storm at 2am (It was pitch-black outside and lightning flashed, right as the picture was taken.)

pensacosi:

How to make comics

My first vine

raychillster:

platonicplant:

ma11ory:

hello-imaliveandwandwell:

hiroshimalated:

Please keep this circulating. Cops are getting more and more brazen, know your rights!

good to know

my brother is a police officer and these are all v true and things he made sure i knew but also remember the police can lie lie lie. the best thing, as mentioned, is to yell “i do not consent” repeatedly and hope someone will hear and act as an eyewitness for you

this is super important and we need to circulate this especially with the upcoming chicago raid ?? we need to do everything we can to protect possible victims of police brutality and hate crimes. it is not okay to break the law that goes for the people being arrested and the people arresting. stay safe.

this is important! signal boost!

blackwidow-natalia:

brookylnbby:

ghostruto:

tamorapierce:

ursulavernon:

happyplantnerd:

gordoananke:

the-deducting-demigod:

thehomosexuals:

genderpopo:

nextyearsgirl:

radjustice:

castielangelofthetrenchcoats:

thehomosexuals:

Don’t fuck with me

This is great. You were very mature and explicit, as well as helpful in the ways that you could be. I don’t think you could have handled this any better than you did. 4 for you, Glen Coco.

I wish I could have stood up for myself in this way when I was a teenager

Sheroes.

Threatening suicide to get what you want isn’t “borderline” abusive, it is abusive.

Men who do this have a very high risk of murdering whomever they’re trying to guilt trip when the guilt trip eventually stops working.

ironically hes joked about killing me before

That’s terrifying

I could never of been that sure of myself and protective of my own health when I was 14. What you did is wonderful and you should be incredibly proud of yourself.

This is very important, everyone. Also, if your partner ever threatens to hurt themselves, either because they, “feel so bad that they made you upset,” or for any reason, that’s abuse. They’re trying to manipulate you into not saying you’re upset with their behavior. “I love them, and I don’t want them to be hurt because of me, so I shouldn’t speak up, even though they hurt my feelings.” That’s a perfect example of emotional manipulation and guilt tripping you. If they threaten that they may die- either from suicide or a, “broken heart,” if you leave them, that’s abuse. You shouldn’t have to live in fear of your partner hurting themself of killing themself just because you want out of a relationship. If they don’t respect your choices, or especially if they don’t respect you, leave them. It’s not your fault.

Fourteen year old me is in freakin’ AWE.

This kind of manipulation is scary, and somehow you have to find the strength to say NO.  Steel yourself when the other person, male or female, says they will hurt or kill themselves if you break up with them or don’t go out with them, recommend they get help elsewhere, but continue to say no when they demand personal interaction with you.  That person will try to devour your life.  You will spend your days wondering how you can avoid a scene, how you can keep from “hurting” them, and the relationship can go downhill.  It’s like these people say, protect your own health.  Don’t let a psychological vampire like this into your life.  Trust us.  We’ve all had them, and they will harm you psychologically and perhaps even physically.  They have to mend themselves.  You can’t do it for them.

this is amazing, 10000000 props 

Shhhiiiiiiitttt. The girl was FOURTEEN when she said this!! This is why im here for tumblr/viral feminism ans 13 and 14 year olds writing essays on rape culture on their blogs because damn so many of my.middle school girl friends were suffering from abusive relationships and didnt know what to do about it. Props to this girl and women who influenced her

So fucking important. All of this.

So, I've been looking through your tutorials, specifically the one on skin. I think it's great- it's really good and explains stuff really well (all your tutorials do :) ),but I was having some trouble understanding undertones. How do you identify somebody's undertones? I get it in the general sense, but how can you tell that it will be this shade of a color vs another shade? Thanks so much, you're a huge inspiration and your artwork gets better each time! -anna
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peaceofseoul:

Hi! I’m glad the tutorials are helpful!

So, at first glance, its not hard to estimate an undertoneBut it also really helps to use the colour picker  in the most saturated parts of the face (Neither in light or shadow) 

Especially in pictures like these try to avoid the contour area just around the outside edges of the apples of the cheeks incase the model is wearing a lot of blush. Any natural makeup such as foundation or bronzer is fine because it should match the natural colours of the face, unlike blush which is usually a different colour.

These are the colours I picked from the faces. (you can also just eyeball them)

You can use these as your base tones when you paint, but knowing the actual undertone can give the skin a more unified and continuous look. So take the colour you took from the photo and use the full colour adjuster/ picker thing to find the undertone (again, you can just eyeball it unless you want to be super precise).

Some of the colours you find may seem really different from the original image, that’s okay! The colour should represent the mood or the essence of the face, the undertone can be any colour imaginable and one person can have more than one undertone depending on the lighting or the mood you want the piece to have. Giving someone a green or blue undertone can make them look sick. Giving someone a orange or red undertone can make them look warm and inviting. Its up to you! Just having an undertone in your art can make a piece look more realistic and give your art a larger range of skin tones.

Once you do this enough times it becomes a lot easier to eyeball the undertones and make them up for original drawings and characters. Do whatever feels right!

I hope this helps!

tasteslikecatfood:

So I saw this post and was inspired to do a little something for Inquisition.

tasteslikecatfood:

So I saw this post and was inspired to do a little something for Inquisition.

fucknosexistcostumes:

seananmcguire:

castielsteenwolf:

pr1nceshawn:

The evolution of Halloween costumes for girls…

this is really important

This is why I get upset about the sexy costumes at Halloween.  Not because you don’t have the right to be sexy—you absolutely, absolutely do.  But because while you might be able to find costume #3 in a tween size in each of these rows, I can guarantee that in almost all cases, you will not find costume #2 in a teen or adult size.

Babies/toddlers get to be cute.  Kids/tweens get to be fun and spooky and still have modesty, if they want it.  Teens who aren’t on the small end are already getting the sexy, even if they really just want fun, spooky, and a skirt that goes below mid-thigh.  And adults?  LOL nope it’s sexy or nothing.

Everyone who is of an age to want sexy should be allowed to have sexy.  But “not sexy” should always be on the table as well, because sometimes you just want to be warm and cozy and filling a pillowcase with strangercandy.

Very relevant to this blog. 

You don’t owe people the person you used to be. You don’t have to talk to people who are speaking to the old you. If they want to drag old you out, and you’ve already left that person behind, they don’t get to talk to you. When you’ve gone from weakness to strength, you don’t owe a show of your former self to someone who just can’t wrap their head around your change.
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old shit part 5: the empire strikes back

special entry for y’all because due to my own inability to organize things chronologically, these are actually the earliest ever drawings i have done on mspaint

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