while I am working on the cute Voltron have a little comic page I did this weekend.:D

Its based on the Skull!au and Gilbert finally getting back his sense rediscover what “cold”, “warm” and other things like rain feels like. Thats what happen after decades as a skull sitting on a shelf! (He will probably stick to matthew all night poor touch-starved old man!XD)

forgive my handwritting.;u;

She may be the love that cannot hope to last,
May come to me from shadows of the past,
That I remember till the day I die.

She may be the reason I survive,
The why and wherefore I’m alive,
The one I’ll care for through the
Rough and rainy years.

Me, I’ll take her laughter and her tears
And make them all my souvenirs
For where she goes I’ve got to be.
The meaning of my life is she, she, she–.

@frukgiftexchange my gift for @humblerumble They wanted Arthur serenading Francis. This song caught my ear so I chose this one. 

anonymous asked:

Can you please please please draw more FACE family with the cute little babs? They're so precious, especially in this style, since your art style is absolutely adorable!

Aw thank you~ Well here’s a pic of Marianne with the babies that I did ೭੧(❛▿❛✿)੭೨

It must be so nice to cuddle two cute blubs~ ( ´ ▽ ` )

I decided to try to try and define some different ways to do lighting and coloring in scenes, and (since I couldn’t find any of these types of references while I was working on this myself rip ;w;) I decided to put it together into a little chart!

Of course, there are definitely more extensive and detailed ways to do this sort of thing, this is a pretty good way of finding colors and such.

Below is a more detailed explanation of the above!

  1. Just my base colors–the kind of thing that you’d just eyedrop off of a character guide or something.
  2. Warm Outdoors lighting. Basically just the darker beige color on multiply for shadows, and then another off-white (I tinted it yellow) multiply layer to change the colors a little bit. The highlights are that beige color but with an overlay layer instead.
  3. Cold Outdoors lighting. It’s the same as the above, but instead of yellows, they’re blues, with another color for the highlights. ovo
  4. Red lighting, probably for stuff like a volcano scene or something with just really dramatic red lighting! I had to add in a general wash of dark red in another layer, as well as that kinda orangy color to denature the colors more (especially the green)
  5. Blue lighting, particularly for underwater stuff. From bottom to top, those swatches are multiply, overlay, multiply, then overlay!
  6. Green lighting, especially for some lab or sci-fi stuff! You could also probably add in a yellow gradient for more depth and it’d look fine.
  7. Pink lighting. This is especially inspired by the general color palette of Alone Together, from Steven Universe! It has a very romantic and lively feel to it in my opinion lol
  8. Orange lighting! Especially something like a sunset or something. You could also probably add a yellow gradient or shade with purple to get more into the dusk/twilight feeling.
  9. Purple lighting. I’m picturing like, someone sneaking around at midnight in the dark-type lighting.
  10. Indigo lighting! If the purple lighting is too intense, then I shifted the hues to more of a blue and lightened them considerably too!
  11. Over-exposed lighting. I widened the highlights in the hair so that they would give off the illusion of washing out in the light, and the other highlights don’t really show up. I’ve noticed this happen a lot in Steven Universe recently (especially with the Diamonds) and I think it could also look really cool on general magical-glow scenes!
  12. Character lighting! This is just how I shade my Hapsburg-family stuff. Feli and Eliza I just make all the shadows a muted yellow/green (respectively) and use a soft-light or overlay layer, and for everyone else, I do the same but with their own character colors. It’s not very realistic, but I like the feel of it a lot.

Riot ensues.

So after the seven years war some British troops who were in charge of surveying and inventorying abandoned french forts, found stockpiles of American made supplies. You can expect a very broke England who just fought a very long war wouldn’t take to kind to know that American’s were selling to both sides.

 Also before the stamp act the other taxes that England imposed on America really weren't all that bad like the sugar tax actually went from 0.06 cents to 0.03 cents. The only difference was England actually started enforcing the tax hardcore instead of allowing the American courts who were pretty leadeant about the whole thing. 

The stamp act became an issue because newspapers printers and lawyers use a lot of paper and there the last people you want to piss off lol.

I imagine there were a lot of photos before this one including, but not limited to: 

Gilbird zooming into the shot, Prussia taking the shot too early and ending up with a weird face, Canada slipping and falling out of the bottom of the picture, and one of the scenery blurring past as Prussia ends up falling too.