i tried a new font for this


Ch,,,, Chuuuyyaaaaaaa

I tried extra hard this time!!! I downloaded like 10 new fonts and did extra work on the cleaning and generally just spent like 2 hours on this because it’s Chuuya! It’s Chuuya being cute with people not Dazai, of course it’s a dream come true!! だって中也だもん、中也のためならこれもいいじゃん、全部いいんだよ!!!(死ぬ)

(coughs blood)

So yes, volume 10 extra! Scans by the ever-lovely @akutagawaprize - thank you so much, I’m a third into the Kensho Ono interview so please wait just a little more! (probably a few days \shot)

There’s one note I’d like to make. I’d said this in another post before, and my rant probably said it all, but POLITE CHUUYA IS MY LIFE OK 

Void - Part 3

Characters: Johnny, y/n, the ‘friend’.
Word Count: 1, 396
Genre: Angst
Warning: Mature Content

A/N: Hey guys ^^ I hope you all are doing well. I don’t know what had gotten into me but I ended up writing a genre I never really had tried, and admin Jiah advised me to turn it into a part of ‘Void’, which I really don’t know what is becoming gradually. I hope you guys like this, constructive criticisms are, as always, welcome ^_^
This part has… mature contents *coughs* so please skip if you’re uncomfortable :)))

Oh, the parts in Italic font happened in the past!

Part 1 Part 2

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Sebastian Stan plays Oh Captain, Which Captain? 

anonymous asked:

hey!! sorry if this is out of the blue or been asked a bunch of times already but i'm rereading united states v barnes and i was wondering how you got the html to format in the way you have when people are texting?? like with the background colour and courier new font and on opposite sides of each other?? <3

hi, no problem! united states v. barnes was the first time i tried using a workskin with a fic, & tbh i could probably code it better if i were doing it nowadays. ah, well, it’s how we learn.

i’ve talked a little about the basics of using a workskin on ao3 here (different fic, but the concept’s there). for the texting parts specifically, you probably want a workskin set up like this:

#workskin .txt {
  background-color: #efefef;
  font-family: "Courier New", Courier, monospace;
  width: 18em;
  padding: 0.5em;
  margin: 0.5em 0;

#workskin .txt.right {
  margin-left: 30%;

so this specifies background color and font (and fallback fonts) for texts, gives them a fixed width instead of letting them going all across the page, and puts in some margins and padding so they’re not thrown together with no room to breathe. then you add the “right” class to the texts you want to offset to the right. (using percents will let the skin scale for mobile users better.)

the html that uses the skin should go something like this:

<div class="txt">
 <p><b>From: Nat</b> <small>[09:20]</small><br>
 Send me a picture</p>
</div> <div class="txt right">
 <p><b>To: Nat</b> <small>[09:25]</small><br>
 I’m in court.</p>
</div> <div class="txt">
 <p><b>From: Nat</b> <small>[09:26]</small><br>
 Figure something out :))</p>

this is actually a cleaner version of what is actually in usvb? the effect should be similar, anyway. check that your browser hasn’t replaced all the straight quotes with smart quotes for reasons, but that’s about the bones of it.

if you want help achieving a specific kind of effect, hit me up! i get stupidly into doing interesting formatting stuff, it’s a problem.


Undertale and Pokémon crossover! I really love the new starters; I think they’re all cute! Also, I tried my best to imitate the Comic Sans font since I didn’t draw it on my laptop. Had to reupload these because I accidentally uploaded the wrong copy of the Asriel and Popplio one ^^“ My apologies!

Please credit me when sharing my art to other sites, thank you.

anonymous asked:

would yo make a tutorial on how you did the text on this graphic :) /post/132224671902/sam-winchester-graphic-challenge

It’s been a long time since I made the first one (sorry for the two-month wait), so this is an approximation of what I did. I think it’s easy as long as you have an understanding of how layers and frames work. (If you don’t, I’ve tried to make it as simple as possible.) I made it really quick to balance the first gif. [Original.] Here, I’ve remade it. 

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