anonymous asked:

YOU MADE THAT IN PPT WTFFFF MAD SKILLZZ YOOOO. I thought for sure you used ps. Thats crazy. Does that also go for all your other posters then?

Yes! for basically all of them I primarily used PowerPoint. I do sometimes use  Gimp (an open-source type of photoshop) to remove some background on images, but that’s usually it. I actually don’t have photoshop, gimp is about the extent of ‘photo editing software’ i have. I did use Gimp a little more on the ‘Muddy Waters’ poster to make it look more like a reflection…but everything else is done in PowerPoint lol.  [example:gun poster]

Thank you btw!! I put quite a bit of effort into all those posters and I'm pretty proud of them :D 

I hope Winter Schnee is like 100% what you would expect of a high class lady, trained in all high class talents possible she’s good at fighting yes, but she’s also a musician, she knows about something completely out there like flower arranging. The image of classiness.

Except she can do like one super dumb things-you-learn-in-college thing like Qrow comments that she’s probably never had a drink in her life and as a joke asks if she can chug a beer

She does it in one second flat, slams the cup down in anger and goes “that’s absolutely disgusting”

And stuns everyone


I was taught
that Columbus
found America
adrift and lonely

(except for the natives,
friendly natives)

and that he gave them
a civilization
because they had none

(except for the ancient
one that they had–

but who wants old things
like that, anyhow?)

He traded with them

(and traded them, but
the textbooks were bound

in paper, not blood,
and so they missed that.)

I discovered America
in college. I heard
the word “Taíno” for
the first time.

And those stripes?
Red and white–
are blood and bone.
Blue tears fall

from the stars who
could not stop
Columbus from discovering,
discovering, discovering.

– S. E. De Haven (SnuffyArt)

What did you think?

What We Control

When I was a teenager, I wrote up a yearly list of goals, among them getting published. I wrote novels every year, but I never got one published. I wish someone had sat down with me and talked about making goals that I can control, because being published is more of a wish than a goal. That is, I can work on writing a book, but publication isn’t one of the things I control except indirectly. Anyway, it’s always useful for me as a writer today to remember what I have control over and what I don’t have control over. Focus on the former, not the latter.

1. We control when we write. You as a writer have to make time to write. A regular schedule often helps.
2. We control where we write. If your place to write isn’t working, you may need to change it to a more productive one.
3. We control learning to write better. We can do this by reading good books, by going to critique groups, .
4. We control our health habits. I know, we don’t control everything about our health, but we can usually do healthy things like eating well and exercising regularly.
5. We control who we associate with. Relationships are important to humans, so connect to people who improve your life.
6. We control what we send out, and to whom.
7. We control our on-line presence, which may impact our writing.

What We Don’t Control:

1. When we are published.
2. How much money we are offered.
3. What we write. I know there are people who believe that they control this. I think they are wrong. Perhaps we can shape it a little. But the stories that we believe in, the stories that we need to tell, they are hard-wired into us. They are part of our growing up years, our genetics, our strengths and weaknesses as people. They are part of our journey.
4. What our sales numbers are like.
5. What reviews/awards we get.
6. Editors leaving the business, publishing houses going under.
7. Fans.

to be a black cat that can turn into shadows so i could go anywhere i pleased and no one could find me except the other things hiding in the shadows would be nice

just letting anyone who wants to know, know, that i’m going to be redoing all my literati rewatch gifsets that have been done using the DVD’s cause they’re just super ugly and gross and warped and i want to put my new colouring and smaller font on them. i will be putting them back in the original post (except the most recent one i redid) just to make things easier. so i guess in the mean time pls don’t reblog any of those in that tag that have been done with the DVD’s. :)


∪*ゝω・)ノ~☆ What a unique-looking bunch of villagers! ☆

I love you so much that it hurts my head
Say, I don’t mind you under my skin
I let the bad parts in, the bad parts in

brand new - degausser (n. the elimination of a remnant magnetic field.)

… I’ve been listening to a lot of Brand New today, and this is such an Anakin song it hurts. 

☆ Print available here


The fact that Joyce was the only one to tell El that it was all right to stop if things got too bad while she was using her powers will always kill me. 

More than any other character who met El, Joyce had everything riding on her using her powers to find Will. She had more reason than anyone to look the other way on how it was hurting her. But instead of trying to push her to extremes to find him, she was the only one (besides possibly Mike) who really seemed conflicted about letting El help by using her powers. (And unless I’m mistaken, the only one to actually thank her?)

Joyce is a wonderful mother and a beautiful person and I wanted her to adopt El so bad, and for El and Will to get bunk beds and become friends and for Joyce to buy them a big box of 64 Crayola crayons with a built-in shapener so they could make all the drawings together and bond over their shared trauma.


Random favorite Root&Shaw moments:
That moment of absolute subtlety accompanied with the shoulder bobbing thing that they do as they walk off into a long long night.

Zayn + 2013