and i always use this font

magnusragnor  asked:

ok ok um ✨✨ willjtudor, magnusbaene, daddariossmile, magswoods, blushyalec, & hufflebee (i hope its ok that i sent so many askonakonsa ♥️)

the more the merrier!!!

@willjtudor as i said in the original post ri is the Best like she’s so so so talented, one of the all time best tbqh, everything she posts is just mindblowing and so inspiring and i always find myself itching to create stuff when i see her work because she’s soooo talented, it’s amazing to watch tbh!! she’s also the goddamn sweetest person and i love her a Lot

@magnusbaene i love your malec edits!!!! i rly envy your use of fonts, i wish i could be at that level lmao. also A+++ url

@daddariossmile i love the yellow theme, it’s so bright and happy!! also amazing blog content 👌👌

@magswoods i rly try not to gush too much but honestly????? one of the most talented gif makers i’ve. ever. seen. CONSTANTLY makes incredible content, especially color palette gifsets which are so hard to make!!!! just. there is no limit to the praise i can put here like honestly im just gonna stop myself before it gets embarrassing

@blushyalec i looked thru your navi page and goddamn that’s some level dedication i can only dream of what’s ur secret. love all that bi positivity and malec content too!!!

@hufflebee i see u a lot on my dash and your url always makes me smile like idk what it is but it’s just so CUTE and it makes me feel all happy?? also i thought i already followed you which i’m apparently not so i followed u just now lmao finally. A++ blog, great content and the cuuutest theme

@magnusragnor the Best url, it makes me equal parts happy and sad bc i love them but ragnor’s dead :))) except he’s totally not. we all know he faked his death to avoid dealing with shadowhunter drama and he’s really just on a long well-deserved vacation somewhere only cat and magnus know. anyway that’s beside the point LOL ur blog looks real cute and your icon is so pretty!!!

blog compliments ✨✨

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marvin at the psychiatrist, a three-part mini opera

don’t despise what you feel,
love the friend, not the heel.

theverygayfanboy  asked:

hello!! this is such a stupid ask but i would like to know which fonts you used on your Magical Girl Monthly covers? I really love your art and the fonts you picked blend so well

Hi! That’s a good ask! They’re all from Dafont
For the main MAGICAL*GIRL title I use Tondu Beta
“Monthly” is KG Always a Good Time
Thick headlines like “mary-sue” are Lemon/Milk
Thin headlines like “beginners guide to” are Love*Monster
“Magic Mystery Monsters etc” is Piximisa

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“I Can’t stand morons like you who can’t get to the damned point! Basically you’re saying, ‘we wanna cause trouble, be our pal!’ What a joke! I’ve always admired All Might’s triumphs. No matter what any of you jerks say… Nothing’s ever gonna change that!” 

fonts hosted by bonecarvers

alright!! first off, i’d like to shoutout @letsrp, @666rps & @ddkinzart for the idea of a fonts hosted page and also the people who rip font codes from my themes for their own use. (: it’s also just a great way to keep track of fonts i use / might use on themes and whatnot, so! i will be adding to this list as i download fonts, so it’ll always be under construction, i guess! but anyways .. thanks to all the amazing font makers for these fonts! feel free to like / reblog if you find this helpful or if you wanna use any of these, thanks!

click me!

anonymous asked:

can you do a tutorial on your fonts? :)

Sure! I’m assuming you mean the text on my gifs; I’ll make a list of tips since there isn’t really a specific set of steps, but there are certain things I pay attention to when I add text.

SIZING
Unless it’s part of the image (example), you don’t want the font to be overly large. I find some people when doing a simple “text across the center” thing tend to up the font size and make it super bold to make it easier to read and then it just kind of gets in the way. For readability, I highly recommend increasing the tracking (letter-spacing) instead.

TRACKING (LETTER-SPACING)
Tracking is the space between each letter. It’s located here:

Increasing tracking helps readability immensely. Below is 0 vs 300:

TOO MANY SPECIAL EFFECTS
It’s easy to go overboard with the special effects (warping, etc.) because they’re fun to play with, but keeping it simple is best. You sort of don’t want your text to look like it came straight of out the free word art in MS Word.

MAKING TEXT STAND OUT
Adding a stroke (outline) to the type can work in some cases, but many times it looks outdated instead. For the most part I recommend:

The most important thing is just to choose your image. Some images/scenes just don’t take well to text due to how much is going on in it.

FONT PAIRING
I don’t recommend using more than 2 fonts. Generally, a sans serif font pairs well with a script (cursive) font. If you use serif with a script, there can be too much going on. But as always, it just depends. Some fonts go well together and some don’t. You can read more specific tips about font pairing here.

USE SMART FILTERS
Convert to Smart Filters turns your type layer into a Smart Object so you can add filters like Blur without rasterizing the layer. This is useful because if you decide to edit the text, you don’t have to start over. Just double click the layer and it’ll open up an editable file (a .psb). Make your changes and save. It’s helpful for effects like this; I edited the text on that a few times, but I didn’t have to retype it each time and rasterize again to add the blur effect.

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He’s an amazing character, come on! I have it like this big– the one that I have, he’s always there looking at me. It’s lovely! And the texture…the texture! I’m very curious to actually touch the texture.

Meanwhile, Felicity:

 So, I’ve been getting recently tons of questions regarding my notes, and today I decided to make a post about it. If you find it useful make sure to reblog it! 

First of all lets talk about supplies. 

Should you invest or stick to your regular supplies?

We’re all different and we all have different needs and economy. In my case, I love stationery but my economy right now isn’t that high to buy all of the cute stationery in the world. I’m always trying to find dupes, or products that work similar to expensive ones (i’m also guilty of doing this with makeup oops). Here goes a list of the essentials I keep on my pencil pouch. 

  • Pens in different colors - I like to give a color to every single element on my notes. Kinda like a color scheme. Blue = definitions , Black = general content. My favorite pens are the Pilot G2 Gel pens, they’re just a-m-a-z-i-n-g.
  • Fineliners - Fineliners are by far, one of my must haves. I used to use papermate color pens, but when I bought my first pack of Stabilo’s, It was love at first sight. The two most popular brands are Stabilo and Staedtler. Both of them have their pros and cons, so here i’ll leave you a video of a battle between them. I’ve never tried the Staedtler ones, so I wouldn’t know if they’re better or not. They’re really useful for mind maps, subtitles, decorating, titles, etc. You should totally save some money and buy ones!
  • Mechanical pencils - I stopped using regular pencils because sharpening them was just pissing me off. My favorite ones are by papermate.
  • Markers - this ones to me are pretty optional, but I decided to go for some Crayola ones to make some tabs or titles. I would say they’re useful, but only if you feel like buying them. 
  • Highlighters - There are thousands of types, and thousands of brands. But it’s all about your needs. If the reason you want highlighters is to highlight on books, I would really recommend Sharpies and Stabilos. I have both of them, they work pretty well. And here we go with one of the most popular products around tumblr: mildliners. I have to admit it:  they’re beautiful. They come in different colors and they’re just gorgeous! The only problem to me is the price. They don’t sell mildliners here in my country, so I have to order them from Amazon, and it’s just really expensive. Are they worth it? To me, yes. But if you don’t want to spend that much money on highlighters, you can also try the Pilot Frixion Light ones. Anyways, here’s a video comparing many of these popular brands. 

Now that you have your stationery set and ready, is time to get started with the hardest part : taking notes. One thing you need to know is, I take many of my notes in class time, which means I have to come up with a plan and a color scheme in a matter of seconds to get started when the teacher starts giving class. 

My note taking process:

  1. Set a color scheme - You can make it all pink, all blue, all warm colors, all violets, etc. I always try to alternate and use a different color for every topic, so you should try it out. 
  2. Different fonts - I use cursive for subtitles and my normal handwriting for the rest of the text. I always get asked: What did you do to get such a neat handwriting? My answer is: practice. I used to have a really horrible handwriting when I started high school, but once I discovered studyblrs, I began to copy some of the handwriting on pictures. I came up with my own font and i’m really happy with it! So dont be afraid to copy some handwriting you like, in the end you can always add your style to it. 
  3. Organize your information - Many times teachers ask you to make mind maps, diagrams, charts, etc. Choose the one that fits your information. I’m a huge fan of diagrams, but I also like to use charts a lot. Its all about your personal opinion. Most of the times teachers give me paper sheets with al the information on them, so the next thing I do is to highlight definitions. Once I’m done with definitions, I start highlighting with a different color the rest of the text. 
  4. Start writing - This is my last step, and its pretty simple. Once I have all of my information sorted and organized, I can get writing! I spend a lot of time doing it so I really commend you to find a good and relaxing playlist to have fun while doing it and a bottle of water.

I hope you found this post useful! Love, Dani.

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Margaret and Mary Tudor, princesses and later Dowager Queens, the daughters of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York, the sisters of Henry VIII. Born nearly a decade apart, the two knew little of each other after Margaret departed to Scotland, yet shared the same passionate and self-possessed nature, choosing their own mates to the scandal and scorn of others.

for the lovely @margarettudor

pointyeareddisaster-deactivated  asked:

Can i just express my extreme love for the way you type almost exclusively in the title-size-text? Like I'm not even vision-impaired I just think it's absolutely adorable and I always read it as you speaking slightly above the normal volume bc you're excited or something.

I am excited, can’tcha tell?

Seriously though, I never thought of it quite like that… definitely fits on that front, though!

I’ve always used it (where applicable) for practical reasons – better font, increased readability, more post-formatting options, etc – but the tone matching the content was definitely a factor. 

Nothin’ is subtle and calm about Scooby-Doo shenanigans, lemme tell ya.

Colin

anonymous asked:

What fonts do you use for the skeletons? I can't figure it out

It’s always their name. Comic Sans. Papyrus. A.R. Hermann. Wingdings. Harlow. Garamond. Callalied. These are the fonts of every skeleton who has ever spoken in AFAC.
-TQ

ch aesthetic tutorial

yeah so i’ve gotten a lot of compliments (thanks!) and tutorial requests about my aesthetic edits lately, so i decided to make one. boom. it’s really not that hard. i use photoshop, idk if this tutorial will work with other programs but you can try it out and let me know :) 

so if you wanna know how to make these types of edits keep on reading 

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