i love process shots


Request: Shawn comes back from a celebrity party really wasted and Y/n worries and they get into an argument but the make-up and y/n is all like “You smell like a wet dog” / You’re seriously like a man-child / “You cannot banish me! This is my bed too!”

a/n: hiiii!! this is just a little short one but i hope y’all enjoy it!! i’ll be watching the grammy’s tonight so if you’re tuning in as well we should chat about it! i have a really busy few weeks coming up so i’ll try and get more writings up as soon as i can! but school is my top priority! i hope y’all are having a nice end/start to your week!!💜💜💜

           It was after three in the morning when you heard the door unlock to your apartment.  Shawn wasn’t very careful going about his actions either.  You heard him fling his shoes off as they loudly came in contact with the floor, you heard him stomp down the hall until he paused his movements for a moment.

           There was a part of you that wanted to be mad at him. He promised he wouldn’t some home late, yet here he was trailing in after three in the morning.  But then again, you knew he was out having a good time with his friends.

            He walked into the room, trying to be quiet, which backfired on him when he opened the door too fast and fell face first on the floor. 

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Requested: In 20s and Shawn introduces you to his friends / “How could you forget your son’s birthday?!”

 a/n: these are on totally opposite spectrums but I PROMISE they work well together, just trust me ;) Feedback is also greatly appreciated!!

Your name: submit What is this?

“Yeah, I’ll be there in a few!”  You spoke to your sister into the Bluetooth connected to your car, “Can’t wait to see the little guy.”

           “Telling me he wasn’t house trained would’ve been helpful,” You heard your sister mumble into the phone, “He peed everywhere, Y/n.”

           You rolled your eyes, “I’m sure that’s not––“


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maikaesketch  asked:

Your drawings are amazing! I love the process shots you include with each finished work too - I am inspired to try some of the same techniques with my own drawings now. Wanted to say thank you for all the work you put into creating this tumblr.

Thank you for your kind words, Maikae! They’re much appreciated. I’m glad to hear that the process pictures are helpful. Best of luck in your own work! <3

Originally posted by idiam0nd


It is no secret I Love Gray-Cards’ inclusive photographic events.. For their fun year end Top 5 extravaganza, I thought I would do something different and share five of my favourite film photos from this year. I love film and need to shoot more. Because developing film is expensive,  I have found that it has made me a better photographer as I need to make each shot count! I love the slow process of waiting to shoot the whole roll and then waiting for it to e developed before you get to see the results. Sometimes I forget what I have shot and get a pleasant surprise when the film comes back!

Here are the descriptions for my images.

Thanks Gray-Card and keep up the great work!


1- ‘Flowers at Fed Square'  (late 2013)

35 mm film photography (Kodak Etkar). Scanned negative

2- 'new works #07, 2014.'  (scanned 29/06/14)

35 mm scanned film negative.

This image is from a series of experimentations with failed film negatives, acetone and watercolour. In these experiments I cut up previously effected negatives (by acetone and watercolour), doubled up/overlapped film in the scanner, and did some photoshop manipulation of exposure, brightness, contrast etc. Often the scanner produced unexpected results, which was very exciting and dare I say ‘collaborative!’.

3'Melbourne Skyline'  (early 2014)

35 mm Film photography (Kodak Ektar). Scanned negative.

4- 'Life in the margins’   

 (early 2014)…in all of its raw and dusty glory!

35 mm Film photography (Ilford FP4 plus). Scanned negative.

5- 'Negative space #15'  18/05/2014

35 mm scanned film negative.

Thank you to Thierry Facon, for often reminding and encouraging me to get into my studio and experiment! This image is from a series of images where I experimented with failed film negatives, using acetone and watercolour.