My life issue...
  • Friend: Well I really like asembling train sets but I know you aren't interested in that so I won't bother you with that.
  • Me: I like getting to know new stuff, your hobbies.
  • Friend: Really? So tell me about your hobbies.
  • Me: *imagines obsessing over all the ships and fandoms I have which is basicaly my biggest hobby* Uhm, I really like... reading.

It’s at this place called Industrial Science and they make gas detection monitors and ohmykittens the building is so beautiful and high techy but yeah ill be doing some electronic asembly thing and its full time, starts at 13/hr then after 6 months its 16 BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY they’re like getting into robotics and everything they’re doing is in C++ (which is the lang im most experienced in) and there’s really good room for growth and basically they said I have a reaaally good shot at getting into a more programmery role down the line oh and if i go back to school THEY PAY 90% TUITION!!!


CHOICE HAVE CONSEQUENCES - Asemblance [Blue Ending]

anonymous asked:

How many games have you platinumed?!

Oh, God … okay. XD
I have platinumed or achieved 100% on:

Alice: Madness Returns
Arcade Archives BUBBLE BOBBLE
Back to the Future: The Game
Beyond: Two Souls
Crash Bandicoot
Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back
Crash Bandicoot: Warped
Dishonored 2
Dishonored Definitive Edition
Dragon Age: Inquisition
Dragon Age: Origins
Emily Wants to Play
Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture
Fallout 3
Fallout 4
Fallout: New Vegas
Goat Simulator
Gone Home
Grim Fandango Remastered
Heavy Rain
Jak 3
Jak II
Jak and Daxter
L.A. Noire
Layers of Fear
Life is Strange
Little Big Planet 3
Little Nightmares
Mass Effect
Mass Effect 2
Mass Effect 3
Mass Effect: Andromeda
Murdered: Soul Suspect
Octodad: Deadliest Catch
Portal 2
Resident Evil 7: Biohazard
Rise of the Tomb Raider
Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments
Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter
Tales from the Borderlands
The Amazing Spider-Man 2
The Deadly Tower of Monsters
The Fall
The Last of Us
The Park
The Swapper
The Unfinished Swan
The Vanishing of Ethan Carter
The Walking Dead
The Walking Dead: A New Frontier
The Walking Dead: Michonne
The Walking Dead: Season 2
The Wolf Among Us
Uncharted 2: Among Thieves
Uncharted 3: Drakes Deception
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End
Until Dawn
Whispering Willows
White Night

I am currently working on Feist, Bloodborne, The Order, and Borderlands: The Handsome Jack Collection. XD

pstlwhp-archive  asked:

Hey guys, I'm sure you get thousands of asks but I'm really in a crunch and I could use your help. I'm a solo cosplayer and I've got a little under two weeks to crank out Cordelia--everything's done but the armor! Not having any trouble with anything except the chest piece. I know you used a plaster cast of your Cordelia's torso, is that the only way to do this? Do you have any tips on asembling the chest piece? This is my first time working with Worbla D:. Thanks so much for your help!!!!

Plaster-cast torsos are definitely not the only way to make a Fire Emblem breastplate. The idea came to me and Jenn when we realized that no found objects could really replicate the shape of a breast if you were to form Worbla directly onto it. Most breastplate tutorials are for low-cut “titty armour” as we Ladies like to call it. Here’s an example from Kamui Cosplay:

^ These typically involve forming breast cups over spherical shapes like plastic ornaments, and cutting them into a shape resembling a bra cup. Unfortunately for us, this kind of method really doesn’t apply to any of the Pegasus Knights, since their breastplates are pretty high-cut.

In the end we found our plaster doubles more useful as round forms to gradually hand-shape the breastplates than for patterning. For most of us, this project was our first time using Worbla too, so we’ve been winging it from the start. As such (and this goes for everyone), you may want to treat our armour posts as ideas or guidelines rather than tutorials. We’re still learning!

^ Accurate depiction of Team Pegasus Knight.

If you have someone who can help you do the cling wrap and tape method of patterning directly on you, that would work just as well. You may want to wear a slightly more padded bra for this just to give yourself some extra room.

^ Cling wrap and tape, for reference.

When you’re dividing your tape pattern into pieces, you’ll want to figure out a) how many pieces of foam you’re going to use, b) how many pieces of Worbla you’re going to use, and c) how you’re going to layer them. Try to plan this out before you cut your tape apart, if possible.

This is how I divided mine.

  • Blue: 1 piece of Worbla and two pieces of foam glued together in the centre
  • Red arcs: 1 Worbla and 2 foam each (one for the detail layer; the Worbla was formed over both pieces)
  • Yellow: 1 Worbla/1 foam
  • Green “shield:” 1 Worbla/2 foam.

You can see some photos of how they came together in the initial stages here. In all honesty, the way I divided mine was probably not the best way to do it. The more curves you need to form with a single piece of Worbla, the more you’ll need to stretch it out. This takes a lot of heat and weakens the material, sometimes to the point of tearing it, which happened with mine in one spot. There were so many divots and overheated/overstretched areas that I actually ended up re-covering the whole thing in Worbla scraps and blending it together with wood filler, haha. Unlike Sumia’s armour, Cordelia’s has smaller layered pieces that can’t cover most imperfections in the base of the breastplate.

From my experience working with Worbla in the past few months, I’ve learned that as long as you carefully match seams between two pieces, it’s pretty easy to hide that seam in the smoothing/sealing stages with wood filler and sanding. So as a rule, try not to have too many different shapes competing for the same piece of Worbla. Each piece will be happier if it’s attached to a simpler shape. Here’s how I would do it if I were to remake the whole thing:

Several of the pieces (yellow, green, red) would stay the same, but the blue from the first image would be split into 3 Worbla/3 foam - one completed Worbla/foam piece for each breast, and one for the under/sideboob areas leading to the collar. The pink piece would be a frame for the other two. The red arc pieces can cover a lot of the breasts’ seams, so the only one you’ll need to worry about smoothing out will be the centre seam.

Lastly, when you’re forming really rounded pieces like the breasts, I would advise using a piece of Worbla on the back of each one. You don’t have to do the sandwich method with two full-sized, identical pieces; you just need enough to cover the inside of the curve. Having a Worbla backing will make it a) more stable when you’re forming it so it’s less likely to warp, and b) easier for you to heat and manipulate the shape of the curve from both sides. Also, if you used any seams in your foam pieces like I did, this will help keep them together.

Best of luck finishing your Cordelia!

- Kat

Sculpted by stellar winds and radiation, the star factory known as Messier 17 lies some 5,500 light-years away in the nebula-rich constellation Sagittarius. At that distance, this 1/3 degree wide field of view spans over 30 light-years. The sharp composite, color image, highlights faint details of the region’s gas and dust clouds against a backdrop of central Milky Way stars. Stellar winds and energetic light from hot, massive stars formed from M17 stock of cosmic gas and dust have slowly carved away at the remaining interstellar material producing the cavernous appearance and undulating shapes. M17 is also known as the Omega Nebula or the Swan Nebula.

Object Names: Omega Nebula/ Swan Nebula/ M17

Image Type: Astronomical

Credit: ESO/ MPIA/ OAC

Asembly:  R. Colombari

Time And Space

Character Redesigns

The redesigns are done by crino-line and I ask that if you like/reblog this post, take a moment to do so with the original posts!

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Some brief notes before the read more:

Ruby is part of a new team.

Weiss is training to take over her fathers company.

Blake is Undercover with the White Fang.

Yang is Undercover in Vale.

Their updated profiles are under the cut.

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Sometimes you just gotta drag a dog out of the house

So while I’m also working on some requests, this has been wandering around by usb drive for the past day or two.  It combines @sushinfood‘s Gasterblaster!Sans and Sans and Grillby are Friends pieces into something else.  Please reference these for a.) the noises Sans makes, and b.) Grillby’s fantastic voice and chill.

As usual, edits may or may not come at a later time.

Enjoy.  Or something.  I enjoyed this.

Sans doesn’t do well during his transformations.  Papyrus refuses to let him go through it alone.  Wosh u floors, Grillby!

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