inforgraphics

pages 322 and 323 - these dots that were over here are now over here. If you were looking for them,

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a little infographic i made of everybody’s favorite 1940′s girl aka our beloved hazel levesque!

this is made for the event the pjo fandom is having on twitter aka #7DaysofFrazel to know more check this out

i’ll be posting six more edits this week featuring hazel levesque and frank zhang bc let’s be honest they get the least appreciation in the fandom

i don’t know if this is considered as an inforgraphic but let’s just say it is since i have no idea what kind of edit this is called

i also don’t know if you’ve noticed but this have three credits so if you want to check those out it’s here and here

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‘How to Tie a Tie’ Part 5/18 - Bow Tie

Other in the series : Four in Hand Knot // Half Windsor Knot // Full Windsor Knot // Nicky Knot // Bow Tie // Kelvin Knot // Oriental Knot // Pratt Knot // St. Andrew Knot // Balthus Knot // Hanover Knot // Plattsburgh Knot // Grantchester Knot // Victoria Knot // Cafe Knot // Eldredge Tie Knot // Trinity Knot // Christensen Knot

‘How to Tie a Tie’ Part 11/18 - Hanover Knot

Other in the series : Four in Hand Knot // Half Windsor Knot // Full Windsor Knot // Nicky Knot // Bow Tie // Kelvin Knot // Oriental Knot // Pratt Knot // St. Andrew Knot // Balthus Knot // Hanover Knot // Plattsburgh Knot // Grantchester Knot // Victoria Knot // Cafe Knot // Eldredge Tie Knot // Trinity Knot // Christensen Knot

girlwiththecosplaytattoo  asked:

Hi there~ Kind of an off color question but I am stressing out about it. I am going to be entering into the Anime Expo Masquerade this year and it'll be my first masquerade at a large con. (I've only ever done one the first year of HanadokiCon in SD) I'm trying to figure out how to structure my binder for the portfolio because I want to be as professional as possible. I've been looking into costuming book references but I'm still lost in the sauce. Could you offer some advice please?

I’m actually gonna hit you with @commandercait and or @ohbuckle about this, because they have more experience making portfolio for masqs then me. 

As a Masquerade JUDGE, I can tell you that I look for a chronological order with what you made. Even if that meant you made thr props first. I like seeing before a paint job and after, I like seeing the INSIDE of your costume, and I need costant reference. 

So a close up of the reference in comparison to a close up detail of the costume is A+ 

As an art student whose made portfolios, rule of thumb is no more then 10 pages pls. AND PICK ONE ORIENTATION AND STICK TO IT. Dont make the judges have to turn your book every page they turn. Orient everything the same way.  More pictures then words, but a list of material, a NUMBER OF HOURS WORKED, and even a task list is telling. THink of it like an inforgraph or a stat sheet. 

You dont have to go expensive. You dont need a glass case or a fancy leather portfolio. A plastic clear sheet holder is fine. And so is a stapled packet or wire bound. Just make duplicates, constantly show your references and take as many pictures as possible.