i just put the font on them

Even More Things To Add To Your Bullet Journal

Hello, my journalers! I am making another long list of bullet journal ideas. If you’d like to see my first list, click [here]. I had 30 ideas on that list, so be sure to check that one out! 

1. Books To Read

There are so many cute ways to create this section. 

2. All About Me Pages

These are some of my favorite pages to make. They can be simple and to the point, or colorful and complex. You do you and show off that you! Here’s a [link] to the post I made about my pages. 

3. Future Log

Having a yearly spread of what you are planning, need to plan, or just simply feel organized will help you feel less stressed about the coming year. I’ve seen a few ways how to set up a future log, but I chose the one that works best for my life. Mine has gotten a bit messy and only has the rest of 2016.

4. Movies to Watch

There are so many good movies coming out soon, and so many movies I just haven’t gotten around to see. If you’re like me and love coloring in blocks to show progress, then I suggest to set up the page sort of like mine. (But you can also do it any number of ways as well.) Here’s a [link] to my post about creating a movie/tv tracker)

5. Skills to Learn

I imagine a simple checklist can work. If you like to be more detailed oriented, you can make it more like a progress log. 

6. Important Phone Numbers/Addresses

Much like an address book, you can make pages in your bullet journal for the same function. Most people put numbers and addresses into their phones, but sometimes it’s just nice to have them written down someplace else. 

7. Year In Pixels 

If you’d like to see an explanation of this page idea, click this [link]. 

8. Fonts, Banners, and Frame Ideas

I think it’s convenient to have a few pages that act as a cheat sheet for your designing needs. 

9. Snail Mail Log

This is something that I am totally going to do soon, and possibly even include you all in on it. I want to start a mailing list for sending letters to more people. I love getting mail from family and friends, but it doesn’t happen often enough! 

10. Savings Tracker

This is such a lovely idea to keep in your journal. Be sure to stay on top of your finances! I like to keep an extra page for things I need to pay off or people to pay back.

11. Favorite Lists

This could also go in your “All About Me” section, but I decided it should be separate for me. You can list things like your favorite restaurants, meals, songs, classes, sounds, tastes, places, shoes, animals, colors, instruments, plays, games, etc. Get to know yourself better. 

12. TV Series Tracker

This is for those people who want to feel like they just want physical proof of how many times they’ve watched that series on Netflix. Here’s a [link] to my post about making your own. 

13. Monthly Challenges

These are so much fun to make for you all. If you want to add a challenge to your journal, click [here] for my master list of challenges. 

14. Music Playlists

You can make playlists on your phone with various apps, but there’s something sweet about writing out your favorite songs. You can create a workout, relaxing, studying, writing, etc. playlists.

15. Timeline of Your Life

Use two pages for this one because it will be filled by the time you are done. You can even use this for what you want to do in the future. 

16. Inspiration Page

Quotes, songs, people, pictures, charts, graphs, jokes, scripture, events, love, etc. WRITE THEM DOWN, BE INSPIRED, AND GO DO. 

17. Self Care List/Ideas

Sometimes we don’t know how to make ourselves feel better. Write a list of things you could try to do to help yourself become a healthier you. Examples: take a warm bath, go for a walk, drink a glass of water, watch a sad movie, etc. 

18. Monthly/Yearly Memories

It’s nice to have a page with all the memories you had that month/year. I tend to put a little doodle with each event/milestone in my life just to make it more memorable. (This was from my first journal. Please don’t judge.)

19. Sleep Tracker

I personally don’t use a sleep tracker because my sleeping habits are the worst and logging them might be upsetting to me. However, you can track the time you go to bed and what time you get up in the morning on a chart that is easy to read and compare with other nights. 

20. Me Time Log

Sometimes we all need a little time to ourselves. You can use this with the “Self Care List/Ideas” pages to log specific activities you do with yourself. You can keep track of the activity, when you do to, and how long your me time was. 

21. Tiny Adventures

Not exactly real adventures, but adventurous enough to get you out of your comfort zone. To see the original post about these adventures, click [here].

22. Word Tracker

For those authors and poets, keeping a goal sheet or tracker of your words helps a ton! 

anonymous asked:

Do u have a masterlist for ur comics, it's just ur really talented and I'd love to read them all 😍

Here ya go!

Most popular ML comics


Comics with Nathaniel

Comics with Chloe

Older comics that make me c r i n g e because I used freakin comic sans font and I did them when I just started doing digital art and I WISH I could redraw them but I’ll still put these on the list anyways because some of them were fun comic ideas given by some awesome people and you asked for a master list so nnnnnnngggg

*cries in embarrassment*

I’ll probably add on to this when I make more comics :)

anonymous asked:

Hi!! I was wondering if you had any advice for a newbie studyblr / bullet journalist ?

Hello there, lovely anon!! ♥ I actually joined the studyblr community pretty recently (just this month!) so I hope I can answer your question well /// !! Since I’m pretty new, there’s still quite a bit I have yet to learn myself! 

➸ advice for a new studyblr

Don’t be afraid to just start. 

  • Honestly! There’s no need to feel insecure about your posts, spreads, handwriting, picture quality, stationary - everyone in the studyblr community is so sweet and positive and helpful I begin to feel spoiled. I hope you do to!
  • Don’t feel self conscious about anything. You’re beautiful, wonderful, and perfect just the way you are. There is no better you than you!
  • Stop comparing your posts and blog to other people’s. There’s a lot for you to learn, and it won’t all come immediately. Notes, followers - it takes time. 

Reach out to other studyblrs!! 

  • Say hi, send asks, make friends! Make comments on other’s posts, send compliments or help where you can. Just being active in the community can help you get attention but also give you a wonderful time. A studyblr is to help you grow, and this is a great way to keep you motivated in doing so.
  • Along the same line, try to find ways to interact with your followers!

Tags, Tags, Tags! 

  • A lot of studyblrs will track a tag and will often reblog your content if you tag your original posts with it! You can find out what tag to put by checking out a studyblr’s page (for example, I track #studyfeather). You can make a list for yourself if that helps! (: But try not to be too overwhelming or overuse it. Maybe switch up which tracked tags you use from post to post. 
  • Make a tag for you to track! It would make sense that if you’re using tracked tags to make one for yourself to spread the love. 
  • Have a tag that is specific to your original content (mine is #featherpost)!!! It will make it nice and easy for those who come across your blog to find what you’re posting about. Having original content helps others have more interest in your blog!
  • A lot of what you are reblogging can serve as a resource for yourself. I like to reblog posts that inspire me, or have spreads I might try, masterposts, etc. If its important for you to find what you’re reblogging for later, make a tag system for yourself. For example, heres @ / studypetals’ tags page or @ / studyquill’s navigation page if you need any ideas. This is a great idea if other people begin using your blog as a resource as well. 

Take advantage of all the information you see. 

  • There are so many posts that address procrastination, time management, stress, note taking, school - anything at all - that is made available to you. It’s one thing to see the information, but it’s another to make use of it. (And don’t be afraid to share your knowledge either!) You can even make posts about trying out different advice if that helps motivate you to try something out.

Make an introductory post!

  • Help others get to know you better by putting together an introductory post! It’s never too late to make one, so don’t worry about making one if your blog has been up for a bit.
  • From what I’ve discovered, introductory posts tend to have the following information (not every one has ALL of this, it’s up to you what you’d like to add): name, age, school year, why you started a studyblr, your classes, some of your favorite studyblrs, other blogs you have (and other sites you’re on), any anything else you’d like to say/add. 
  • If you use tracked tags or tag studyblrs you love, it can help get your blog noticed! (:

Post original content!

  • I touched on this earlier, but this is so important. One of the best ways for your studyblr to succeed is posting your own work and sharing it to the community. You never know how many people will love it, be inspired by it, follow you from it, or contact you because of it.
  • Be fairly consistent in posting original content. I try to post at least once a week even though I’m pretty busy. It helps motivate me to keep my bujo and studyblr going! You can try out the 100 days of productivity or some studyblrs put together monthly study challenges you can keep up with. As an example, here’s a May Study Challenge I might try out!
  • In posting original content, make sure you link information you’re referencing to help others that much more!

Queue your posts!!

  • A great way to keep your blog active is to queue your posts. I have my posts queued at 10 each day and try to keep at least 20 posts in my queue at all times, in case a couple of busy days keep me from adding more. Some people unfollow inactive blogs - and this can be a way to prevent it. 
  • The only thing I don’t queue are original posts and asks, but it’s up to you if you decide to use the queue system or not!

➸ advice for a new bullet journalist

Real quick!! I would advise taking a look at the bullet journal’s official website to help understand the basics of bullet journaling. 

  • It’s designed to be quick and customizable way for you to keep information and tasks organized. A great way to make use of this (that I’ve found) is to make a key for each of your logs. You can see my key here. You can also search tumblr for bujo keys to see what others have come up with. If you do want to make a key, make it so that it works for you!  It can be as simple or detailed as you want, with or without signifiers, etc. If you don’t like this system, that’s just fine!

Discover different journal options and where to find them.

  • There is no set journal to use, however there are popular choices among the studyblr community: Moleskine, Leuchtturm1917, and Muji journals - but it is NOT limited to these. Working with a regular notebook works just fine as well! 
  • It’s one thing to find and purchase something online - but I like being able to find what I’m looking for in person. It saves shipping + handling costs, and I get to it immediately. And, sometimes, they can be cheaper too! I found my moleskine journal I’ve been using at Barnes and Noble, and have also seen Leuchtturm1917 journals at my school’s book store. (The temptation is real every time I walk past OTL) 

Your bullet journal is for you, so let’s make it that way.

  • A big part of having a studyblr is to help yourself in becoming more productive in learning and improving a lifestyle (or this may just be how I see it). So! There is no set format for you to use a bullet journal. It’s up to you to figure out what works best for you.
  • You can take inspiration from other people’s post to help experiment with different spreads and layouts. (Be sure to credit/tag if you do! Just to be safe.) 
  • You can find out different things that you can add to your bujo! Habit trackers, daily/weekly/monthly/yearly spreads, lists of things to keep track of (books to read, tv shows and episodes to watch, shopping/wish lists, bucket list, etc), anything you’re interested in. Depending on your interests and areas you wan’t to use a bujo to help you with, this can vary. If you want, you can test out different ideas to see if you like it or not. It will take time to find what you like, so don’t stress about it in the beginning. You’re just starting, after all!
  • There is always something for you to do, it’s just a matter of finding out what that is. If you need any help of finding something to do, feel free to message me! (As long as you don’t mind me asking a bunch of questions haha.)

Don’t be afraid to use pencil first when making your spreads.

  • Me being me, trusted myself to use pen right off the bat. Boy, do I regret that XD It got to the point where I purchased an erasable pen but I’m finding nothing can beat pencil before pen. But before you erase the pencil - make sure the pen has dried. I can’t stress this enough. I’ve gotten impatient multiple times and go ahead to erase, and instantly wished I hadn’t. You can try to find pens that prevent this from happening, but waiting is the best alternative. Something you can do is make a spread at night, and wait to erase when you wake up in the morning. You can keep your bujo open to the page you worked on for it to dry better.

You don’t need any fancy or expensive stationary.

  • Seeing the pastel highlighters, wide variety of pens and miscellaneous tools it’s easy to think you need to have it all but … you don’t have to have any of it. Especially if you are low on funds, don’t worry about getting anything new. Just work with what you have! I have been using pens I’ve owned for years and have hardly touched to see what I can do with them and am pleasantly surprised! I have a bunch of supplies that I have gotten for school that haven’t been used that I plan on finally putting to use. 
  • Your basic school supplies with notebooks, highlighters, pens and pencils, post it notes, can take you as far as you wish!

Having a difficult time coming up with a spread? Here’s some ideas! 

  • Try out different hand written fonts. This can include headers/titles and subheaders/subtitles. Try headers, banners, and dividers too! Here’s some different ideas: x | x | x | x
  • Give your spread a theme. Disney, movie, music, history, art, cartoon shows, books - anything at all! This can help with finding art to fill in blank spaces to give your spread some more interest. Here’s a post with a bunch of ideas you could use.
  • Colors! Try out different color combinations! Being an art student, I’m overly conscious of colors. They can help set a mood, evoke certain emotion, some colors work best with others (be smart when using complimentary colors), etc. Here’s a site that covers basic color theory. But … this is me being nerdy. This can take quite a bit of thought - but you honestly don’t have to (: !! It’s best if you stick to one or two colors within a page not to overwhelm what others are seeing, especially if you’re wanting to keep things minimal. If you want me to go deeper into this, and talk more about contrast and whatnot … I can make a separate post as not to clutter this one ♥
  • Make goals for yourself! This can be included in a habit tracker, but doesn’t need to be. They can be as small as going on a 20 minute walk each day during this week, being sure to stay hydrated, doing something with a family member or friend, completing or starting a big project or assignment, etc. 
  • Find some quotes and add them! Here’s some quote masterposts I’ve come across: x | x | x | x

When taking pictures, be conscious of lighting.

  • The best kind of lighting is natural lighting. Taking pictures outside (or inside) during the day will help your image quality! I know before I said picture quality doesn’t matter much, but this can be a simple and easy way to help improve your posts. 
  • If natural lighting isn’t helping you the way you want, you can take a look at different apps with photo editing capabilities or filters. I have a horrible app finding ability, and just use Photoshop (you can get PS CS2 for free here) or Clip Studio Paint to edit my photos. My favorite tool to use is the tone curve. However you can see this post to look at other options, like apps (it also links to other posts you can look at)!

Have a good time!

  • Honestly, I feel this is what it boils down to. As long as you are enjoying what you’re doing and continue to have a passion for studyblr related content, you’ll succeed. Don’t stress about it and take one post at a time.

I’ll start putting together a post of how I started my studyblr in case that may help as well! Thank you for asking, anon! Hopefully this helps, and that I was able to cover everything! T o T Sorry I kinda went on a bit of a tangent in some areas.

anonymous asked:

:0 can you do a tutorial for this edit? Mostly the word search part! Also thanks so much for making such awesome stuff Ily and ur edits /post/129348976012/ikon

How to make this gfx

Ok first you need to know that english is not my first language and i’m really really really bad at explaining things also this is my first time making a tutorial but i’ll try my best so pls bear with me. This is the final result.

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Let’s talk about being organized and how to create an efficient system for your chemistry notes!

I will be the first one to admit that I’m not always organized or put together. Though in retrospect, I should’ve been because it saves you 87684 hours when you sit down to study for an exam. On that note, let’s get started!

Binder/Folder/Notebook Organization

  • Color code the subjects to match folders and notebooks. What I mean by this is to have a purple folder to match your purple notebook for chemistry. This system really helped me organize my subjects by color and quickly access them when I have to do homework or look over notes. (On top of that I like to use the same color when writing in my planner for due dates!)
  • Divide your binder into sections. Try to be mindful of over using colors on this part. It can start to get messy if you use the color system for your subjects and then another color system within that subject. Let me give you an example for chemistry:
    • General Notes - this includes basic stuff like vocabulary and theories. 
    • Nomenclature - keep it simple and just continuously update it. 
    • Reactions - put headers on the paper with what category these reactions fall into (Synthesis, Carboxylic reactions, Amine reactions, etc.)
    • Instruments - this relates more to an analytical chemistry class or an organic class, but don’t forget to include some pretty illustrations and sample spectrums. 
    • Handouts - organize them by chapter and put answer keys behind each one if given.
    • Quizzes/Tests
  • Create a binder cover. These are fun to make because you can either draw it or print out an already made cover. I usually find a pretty font and colorful background.
  • Buy a separate binder to store old notes. So this is good for people like me that hoard their notes… and only use notebooks during the semester. When I finish a semester I usually have assigned binders to store my notes. For example, I have a 3-inch binder for ONLY general chemistry notes/tests/handouts. Then I have a binder for ONLY organic chemistry notes/tests/handouts. This system has made it extremely easy to store my notes under my bed and then pull them out when I tutor students!

Chemistry Note Organization
(This can easily work for any other subject, but I’m going to stick to only chemistry-related for this post!)

  • Embrace the color system. Like I said before, don’t try to overdo it but adding colors in chemistry notes make it easier to follow. My prime example for this is organic chemistry:
    • Write non-carbon atoms in blue, purple, or green. Maybe do halogens as blue, oxygen/sulfur as purple and nitrogen as green. Do whatever works for you!
    • In a different color pen (black if you write in pencil), write the solvents used to perform the reaction. I don’t know how many times I forgot to look out for solvents because I read right over them…
    • In arrow-pushing mechanisms, I really liked to draw the arrows in red. This allows you to see how the reaction scheme works and what atoms get eliminated, substituted, or added.
    • Label compounds/ions if they’re either an electrophile or nucleophile. Another thing I commonly read over because it blended in too well with my notes. The first-semester organic chemistry class is really heavy on knowing these terms and being able to identify them. 
  • Highlight key terms. Pretty obvious but I know some people who have notes that are nothing but in pencil. I honestly don’t know how they can read their notes and study them…
  • Date and put headers. Another pretty obvious thing but sometimes it’s hard to keep track of what you need to focus on for a test. I usually go off dates and start with the first lecture after a test!
  • Get creative and draw illustrations. It spices up the notes and sometimes it’s better to study with a picture. This works well with theories like the Bohr model! Maybe even draw your own little IR spectrums or NMR peaks. I did that when reading my secondary organic chemistry book. Oh, and why not put some color in those illustrations as well, haha.
  • Annotate equations by circling variables you don’t know. I’m currently doing this for my analytical notes and it makes understanding the equations so much better! I can go back and see why or what a certain variable is being used.
  • Use margins to annotate. When going back at study notes, it can get crammed if you annotate them all over the pages. So try to create a column only for these side notes.

These are all the things I can think of when it comes to organization. If you have anything else to add, please feel free! Hope you enjoy. :-)


Writing Text Messages

“Hey Lizard! I’m writing something about teenagers, so what do you think is the best way to write text messages?”

Oh my gosh, great question. So, to be perfectly honest, this is actually a bit of mystery to me as well at the moment. There isn’t just one way to do it.  I’m pretty sure that every novel I’ve read does it a little differently so, there is some freedom.

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PSA regarding NDRV3 Anthology 2 raws

So there are already Japanese raws floating around of the 2nd NDRV3 anthology and while I cannot stop people from downloading it, I really, really ask you don’t download it. I know that’s hypocritcal coming from someone who deals with taking Japanese manga and putting them up for download, but keep in mind that we first and foremost focus on releasing everything in English. This is because there’s is slim to no chance of any of these anthologies coming out officially in English so there is not much need to worry on that end of things. Japanese readers also have no use for English scans, so they are less likely to download them just because they might not understand what they’re reading. Additionally since the English translation and fonts are not the property of the manga owners, it falls into a gray area.

In the case we do upload raws, it’s for manga that are very, very old by now like the DR1 manga and the DRAE manga’s first volume. But by downloading the Japanese NDRV3 V. 2 raws you’re affecting sales for a manga that  just barely came out. Anthologies don’t sell very well to begin with due to how niche they are and if DNA Media/Ichijinsha see that everyone is simply downloading the Japanese version of the Anthology for free rather than buying it legitimately, it severly lowers the chances of newer volumes being released. So if you care about future volumes, or supporting any of the other artists who contribute to them, just don’t download it. Please just wait until the English release we’ll be making on @shslscans since at least in that case you won’t be directly impacting sales of the product.

Bad Ideas (9)

If you need to catch up, catch up HERE! This take place directly after Chapter 8 ends.

Trigger warnings guys: Wade deals with the voices in his head and it gets bad. He contemplates suicide, which is fairly canon for Wade but I’m putting the cut at the beginning of the chapter just so no one has to see that on their dash if they aren’t expecting it.
I used different fonts to signify the conflicting voices, I hope it comes through. This is Wade. This is a separate voice. This is another voice.
(I didn’t name them white/yellow because I felt like that doesn’t really work with this fic.)

A few moments happen between Wade and Peter that are kind of bordering non-con, it’s not graphic but want to put it out there anyway.

Seriously, heed the warnings, lovelies. I would be devastated if someone read this and was triggered so PLEASE BE CAREFUL. (And if you need to reach out to someone, YOU CAN REACH OUT TO ME I will listen and we can talk)

This was a tough chapter to write. I cried.


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Why TF2′s Mercs Are My Favorite Characters of Any Game

So, as far as I know, Team Fortress 2 sort of brought the idea of the class-based PvP shooter into existence. It wasn’t the first ever, but it was definitely the first huge hit of the genre.

The classes, aka the mercenaries, are still loved today. People make fan art, SFM videos, jokes, memes, tons of content about them - every day. And over the years, I’ve realized they’re probably my favorite cast of characters from any class-based shooter - heck - of any game, of all time. And I think I know why.

It’s because they’re so simple. There’s really not much going on with any one of them. I mean that as a compliment. Because they’re so simply designed, yet each one is so unique. You can tell them all apart by their silhouettes, yet they all look sort of the same, in a weird way.

I think this small fact is why they’re still loved by so many after 10 years. Because they’re so simply (yet effectively) designed, we can put them in almost any kind of scenario and it doesn’t feel wrong. For example:

Normally they’re fighting themselves - or rather, opposite colored versions of themselves. As far as the lore goes, that part isn’t canon. Sure, Redmond hired his own mercenaries and Blutarch hired his, but in the comics it’s revealed, or at least implied, that the mercenaries Blutarch hired are NOT just the same guys in blue clothing. They’re the old mercenaries. From Team Fortress Classic.

And then Valve decided PvP was getting a little repetitive and just said, ‘Fuck it, have them fight goddamn robots or something’. And yet, despite the time the game was based on being somewhere around the 1920′s, it fit. We all just accepted it. It felt right. Something about the whole absurdity felt welcomed. Partly because the mercs themselves were always goofy and a little out there, but also because they themselves don’t really fit any era. Their characters and personalities reflect more in what they do, rather then when they exist.

And of course there’s the comics, aka the canon lore. Where there’s only the 9 RED mercs, Miss Pauling, and the Director (Fun fact here, the Director was totally fan-made, and Valve just went with it). What I love most about the comics is that none of the characters feel different than they do in-game. They’re still their stereotyped, ridiculous selves. After playing the game for a while, you’ll probably even read the comics in their respective voices too, even if they’re saying something they’ve never said in-game. Their personalities are so predictable, that you can just sort of fill in the blanks. Without any snazzy fonts or punctuation, you’ll still read their dialogue in their unique tones.

And yet, even when Valve flips the script on us, even when the tone of the comics went from silly and goofy to dark and moody (albeit only temporarily), the mercs still felt the same to us. It’s like, no matter what situation we put them in, it still feels like, ‘Yeah, that’s definitely someplace they could be and something they would do’. Their backstories are mostly very vague, which I think actually helps. It gives them flexibility. It gives them the power that they have, to fit almost any scenario without feeling out of place.

Even when the fans crank up their usual shenanigans to 11, making stupidly hilarious and seemingly out-of-place SFM videos or gmod videos, they still feel like the same characters. While a little more stretched, some scenarios in the goofier SFM videos could still certainly exist in the comics. The great thing about Team Fortress 2′s level of realism is that it’s at such a precise point between realistic and silly. It rides a fine line I’ve yet to see any other game or fictional world achieve. One day the mercs could be fighting for their lives in a teeth-gritting bloody war, the next, tossing pies laced with scrumpy at aliens dressed like princesses. And yet, neither would feel like something they couldn’t do.

Even on the holidays, the mercenaries are always doing something special. Part of what makes them feel real is that they’re often shown as living somewhat normal lives, away from the fighting, enjoying Christmas (or Smissmas, in their universe), living in regular neighborhoods, having small chat at the office, the list goes on. Through holiday events and the endless waves of user-created content, the mercs almost feel real. At their cores, they’re just bare-boned, ‘here’s their class and what they can do’ characters. That’s really all the game gives us.

Yet they’re also so much more. Because they’re such blank, simple, and silly characters, they’re also anything we want them to be. To Valve, they’re a motley crew of mercenaries who fight robots, each other, and occasionally a giant bomb-book-carrying wizard on Halloween. But to the fans, the community, they’re serious, cold-blooded killers. They’re goofy idiots who kill each other over bananas. They’re ungodly stretchy horrors contorting into all sorts of hilarious poses and clipping through walls. They’re sole survivors of zombie apocalypses looking for cures. They’re neighborhood pals at a baseball game.

I think that’s the beauty of these guys, and why they’re still receiving attention after over a decade. They’re simple, yet flexible. Their characters aren’t so set in stone that putting them in any given scenario feels out of place.

And even if you only play the game, without any knowledge of the comics, fan-art, or SFM/gmod videos, they’re still great. They’re a motley crew. They’re all different, yet it feels like they belong together; which I believe is because they were all designed the same way. And once you step outside just the game, and discover all that they are to the community, they only get better! People are still playing the game not just because it’s a good game that has withstood the test of time, but because of the mercs. As long as they’re alive in the community’s heart, I don’t think TF2 will vanish. I’m 100% sure they’ve got at least another strong decade. There’s still so much to be done with them. And as long as new content creators are born, as long as new memes and jokes are discovered, there will always be an abundance of new scenarios to put these dorks in - All of which will certainly feel rich, charming, and just plain meant-to-be.

ask-the-romeave-kids  asked:

I think why cloudy coffee cuties is 'making a big deal' is because there's a game called undertake that has a character named "Comic Sans". Just thought I'd let you know :)

trust me the font was a big deal BEFORE undertale came out. The font….didnt become a joke because of that character lmaooo it already was a joke 

cutie-stiles  asked:

hello, at the beginning your graphics and gifs are really pretty! can you make a tuto or just explain how you make graphics, plz? ♥

Hello, thank you so much for your kind words :’) I made one graphic tutorial before (you can see it here). I will try to explain more about how I make my graphics and give some (hopefully) helpful tips!

I’ll be using these as examples:

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Sleeping Sans?














Kara here bringing you a guide that has taken me ages. Its basically a beginners guide to pretty much everything I know how to do coding wise. Because coding is so diverse, obviously there are thousands of different ways to do things, but this is just how I do them.


What’s a Base Code? How do I know which one to pick?
How do I change the credit? How do I make it cute?
What does Margin mean? How is that important?
Fonts, how do they work? How do I change them? Can I put effects on them?
Pagination? What’s that? Why is it doing that?
Adding images, removing them, and renaming them.
Hover 101.
The magic of colors.

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anonymous asked:

Could I possibly ask for a McCree imagine where he's kinda mad his s/o has been avoiding him so he goes to find them and they're too sad to move/answer the phone so he just holds them and kisses them gently for a while You font have to and regardless, you're wonderful <33333

McCree huffed as he put the pin for your door, knowing it perfectly. He had a few words for you, feeling a little ignored as you avoided him and refused to pick up the phone. He finally decided to talk to you in person and demand an explanation.

His eyes quickly adjusted to the dark, noticing a lump under the sheets. He slowly walked towards it, his spurs jingling. It shuffled slightly and your head pushed out slightly, eyes puffy and red from crying. His heart ached and he sat down on the bed, hand reaching to touch your hip.

“Puddin’?” he asked and you gave a noncommittal noise, refusing to look at him, “Oh, puddin’.”

He gently pulled you into his lap, you curling into his chest with you hands resting on the top of his shirt. He pressed a kiss to your forehead and a few tears slipped out. He gently rocked you back and forth, murmuring things into your ear and pressing kisses against your face. Refusing to let go until you stopped crying.

to me from an admin standpoint i just can’t understand the appeal of a small container theme for a roleplay main, really. there’s so much information to put in just one simple roleplay and i just feel like…you need space for all that because putting a lot of information in a small space just 

a) doesn’t seem conducive and b) overwhelming in additional to those funky color schemes and backgrounds and this trend of the cursive font and small text and intense backgrounds that already make them hard to see

i mean fansite themes by now are super varied so there’s always one you can find that can work and a lot of people have enough skill that they can be edited but the features they have are really helpful in terms of like…a calendar regarding events and activity checks or any updates

i mean the functionality of a theme to me seems a bit more important than overall aesthetics that can be changed over time but this huge jump the rpc made from those themes to smaller ones is weird 

it’s even funnier and sadder that generally the only roleplays that have bigger themes are ones with full applications which really just says to me that appless roleplays usually have tiny themes because there isn’t a lot of information on it but….just some thoughts..

Getting ready for Inktober! Wanna draw along with me? :D

I made this simple list of prompts that I’ll use as my guideline through October and I thought I’d share it with y’all, so you can use it as well or create your own prompts by taking some of mine, adding some of yours, etc, etc…

Feel free to tag me in your Inktober drawings, if you’re gonna use this list! Or tag me anyway, if you wanna show me your whatever I WANNA SEE YOUR ART! 

SUBMISSIONS: I’m opening submissions for this very occasion!

Submit your Inktober drawings and, the November 1st, I will make 4x4 (4 posts with 4 drawings) shoutout posts of the best entries!

Please, don’t be scared to submit! This is a judgment-free zone, so everybody can submit: it doesn’t really matter if you draw since yesterday or since 10 years. Each and every one of you is precious and I want to know y’all and your art and give you shoutouts and encouragement, okay?   

Keep reading for a further explanation/re-type just in case you can’t understand my crappy handwriting :’)
(I’ve also put some links, so you don’t get lost when it comes to draw things like “legendary creatures”, “poisonous plants”, etc)

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character posters tutorial

Hii people! It’s me Ash. I’ve been getting questions about the character posters lately, and I remember I may have promised to write a tutorial about it once. So…. on this very early Monday morning, I think I want to give it a try. ‘Try’ being the keyword ‘cause I’m going to be honest that I’m rubbish on explaining things. Feel free to hit me up if you’re confused. Nonetheless, I hope this could help you in some way! 🌹🌹🌹 


  • Pictures for the posters
  • Adobe Photoshop (I use CS5)
  • Basic knowledge of PS maybe
  • Patience

Check the end of the post to see the result.

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So I’ve been mulling it over, especially since Halloween Comic Fest is this Saturday and I’ll be down at the local comic shop all day, I’ve wanted to make the Inktober pics into something interesting, and it just made sense to make them into card prints.

So I came up with a border and a reasonable font to use and put together this mock-up. Gonna finish setting up some more in a bit and go get some printed. They’re designed at 5″x7″, thinking of a reasonable individual price and combo options. Anyways, it’s a thing I’m poking at!

anonymous asked:

Hi Emma! I started using one note for my uni notes, when I saw how amazing your notes looked! Just wondering if you have any tips on how to print out the notes, as it keeps cutting them off at the bottom!

Hi! Here are the steps I take to print my OneNote notes:

  • This is what you might see - with half the text cut off. I would say reduce it to about half the original size - you can usually see on print preview how close it is to the edge. I would say make the font smaller, even size 12 seems to be huge when you print. I would tend to put mine between 7-8.
  • After you have made the textbox thinner, it should look like this.
  • Another tip is printing using one sheet for two or more pages. This helps to reduce the amount of paper you’re using. On the print settings look for “pages per sheet” and change it to the number of pages you want (obviously the more pages, the smaller the font).
  • It should look something like this (I’m not 100% sure if every computer or printer has this option, but for reference I use an Epson printer).

I think they will always cut off unless you print preview, see where the page break is and then go in and add a few line spaces between. Hope this helps x