(via https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWa25gx9AaY)

I MUCH prefer drawing directly on the screen, which I can’t do with my macbook. ALSO as you can see my tablet was bugging out bleah,, but that’s because it’s not my art setup it’s my world building set up… but this is generally how headshot sketching goes before I start lining.

I took this video mainly as a way to time how long headshot sketches take me BTW but I’d thought I’d upload anyway

Hey so I finally made a private blog for that writing group (in lieu of a group chat which tumblr doesn’t have for some weird reason). I sent invitations to everyone who messaged me, if anyone else wants to join, just click that link!! It’s not exclusive or anything, it’s just a group for writers who want a little positive peer pressure to write!

(Also, if you messaged me / told me you wanted to join before and didn’t get a link, tumblr probably bugged out. Just follow the link above and you should be able to get in!!)

My Catholic Survival Kit

I made myself a Catholic Teen’s Survival kit! It’s based on those prepper kits and bug out bags on Pinterest, and I really like it! Feel free to make and share your own, and let me know if you do. :D

What’s in the kit:
♥ A Bible with a cover I made pout of felt (it’s white with a yellow cross stitched on)
♥ A Rosary with my Great Grandmother’s crucifix placed on it (it’s really old and it means a lot to me, so I switched out the cheap crucifix for the old nice one and I really love it! It’s ina a medicine bottle with a funny label that says stuff like ‘take one decade a day’ and 'Jesus Rx’. It’s fabulous)
♥ A devotional I was given (my mom got me Jesus Calling, and I haven’t dove into it yet. I have heard a lot of mixed reviews, but I think I’ll like it!)
♥ My homemade 'War Journal’ (I made a prayer journal, and I’ll be sharing a DIY for that soon. Search my blog in a little while for it)
♥ A hymnal book (it’s very old, and a Methodist one. I know, I know, I’m not Methodist. But praise to God is praise to God.)
♥ My Crucifix (when I’m not wearing it at least. It’s from the Shrine of the Little Flower in Royal Oak Michigan. It’s brass and very old as well. I have a thing for antiques ahh)
♥ My Family Bible (it’s from the 90s, so it’s not too old. But it’s from my Nana and I really like it. It has my family records in it!)
♥ My hanging Crucifix (it’s also brass and old. It doesn’t have a recorded name or date on it though)
♥ My teeny tiny nativity scene (it cost me 45 cents. It’s great. There’s Jesus, Miriam, and Joseph, and that’s all that I need.)
♥ White Candle (the long ones. You know what I’m talking about. Those beautiful ones in the glass containers. I light mine for whoever I’m focusing on on that particular occasion.)

What I still need to get for it:
♥ Holy Water (for those occasions when I need to be reminded of my baptism)
♥ Prayer book (full of prayers I like/have written. I’m working on one for my family at the moment)
♥ Blessed Medals

What do you all think I should add?

Headcanon that because the baby bots are a project that Kuseno’s never tried before, they do actually have a lot of bugs to work out. None are too much of a problem, but that also means those bugs aren’t noticed until they actually start to impact them.

The first one Kuseno learned about is that they have pretty bad peripheral vision. He heard about this when Genos called to ask about them never high fiving Saitama when he would hold his hand up next to them, only in front of them.

Saitama thought they were ignoring him…………///

Some of you were curious about the honey process

Well, I’m here to show you what these wonderful little ladies make, and how us humans collect the extra.

Some Vocabulary:

This is a Langstroth beehive. Those boxes in it are called “Supers”. Supers hold 10 frames each. Frames look like this.

I’m here to teach you about honey extraction from this particular kind of hive, and when you only have like 5 or 6.

The Process:

First, we start with the frame of honey.

Notice anything? The bees have “capped” this honey with beeswax so it can keep for the winter! (or beekeep heheh)

So what you wanna do is cut those bad boys off with ya Hot Knife.

(Or you can just scrape them off with a fork. Or poke holes in them. Dealer’s choice, man.)

Next, you put your uncapped frames in the Crazy Spin Cylinder. (The Extractor)


And the honey sp i n s

Honey GO

H O N  E  Y

The frames are spun at such a high speed that the honey is pulled right out!

Next, you open the spigot at the bottom, run it through a strainer…

Pour it in a jar…

and VOILA!

Beautiful Bee Nectar that you got yaself! This has been a PSA