anotherdei

I was working at the face painting booth at the fair today, and this happened.
  • Girl: Could you paint the TARDIS?
  • Me: (shocked at finding a fellow fan in real life) ... Wat.
  • Girl: You know, the TARDIS? Do you watch Doctor Wh--
  • Me: Yes.
  • Girl:
  • Me:
  • Girl:
  • Me:
  • Girl: Could I get a Harry Potter scar?
  • Me: Yes. For free.
  • Girl: This will have to be consolation for missing Comic-Con.
  • Me:
  • Girl:
  • Me: I think I'm in lesbians with you.

anotherdei  asked:

Hello! I just got back from watching Thor 2 and HOLY SHIT. Brilliant emotional rollercoaster!! I do have one question, though, I only saw the first ending credits scene about the gauntlet and we had to go because it was already late. Was there another secret scene at the very end??

HOLY SHIT is an understatement! I actually was forced to leave too, I only saw the first after credit scene with the collector, Sif, and Volstagg. But I was told there was another one that was Thor and Jane…apparently some lovey dovey stuff. I’m seeing it again and plan to figure out what actually happened. Sorry I couldn’t be more of a help!

anotherdei  asked:

Hello! Your art is really amazing and asdfghjkl FELLOW KAKASAKU SHIPPER TOO!!! And also, can you give me some tips on how to draw in photoshop? Like recommended brushes, and stuff...

Aww, thank you so much!! (kakasaku fever spreading like a wild-fiyaaah)

As for tips on how to draw in photoshop… I’m not really sure what to say! I can’t say what brush to use, because I change it up when I feel it’s necessary (though I do like the pencil brush a lot!). And drawing in photoshop is pretty much the same as drawing on paper… But it can make it a lot easier for you too!

I guess the best thing I can recommend is to use photoshop to your advantage when it comes to values! It has handy tools like black&white adjustment and channels. I feel like it’s something a lot of us learning artists forget when we color. But values can really help with visual organization!