HELLO! I’m not too sure on how to make a hair tutorial since i kinda just go the hell out with it (its really inconsistent it hurts lol). But i’ll try my best!
Scalp points is really important. You would want it to look natural, and from there you can control where your front hair goes. There are 3 main points, one in the middle and the other two by your temples.
I usually divides my hair sections into 3: the front, sides, and back. YOU DONT REALLY HAVE TO FOLLOW EVERYTHING THOUGH, JUST DO YOUR THANG. I know, my hair structures doesnt make sense with the points and stuffs lmao. But yeah you got my point.
Examples with different hairstyles:
Note to self: do not attempt curly hair if you’ll just fuck things up
Side view examples:
Girls Hair example:
Girls hair doesnt make sense. Just go crazy and make them fabulous queens.
So yeah, thats all i manage to think of. There are great artists out there who make better tutorials than me lmao. Check out kelpls amazing tutorials, or just look at some fancy kpop artists’ hair for reference their hair are amazing
To most people, they might seem ADHD. But when you look at it, they really… Aren’t. They’re just Hyperactive, I don’t see much of the ADD piece.
Because everything you see is very stereotypical-ADHD, which is basically the same as yelling Squirrel and watching a dog perk up.
But… That’s not ADHD. What the disorder is, it’s more than one layer of problems. We hyperfocus on things and loose track of the time around us. You only see this twice - Annabeth in the Lotus Casino and Percy while he’s fighting in the Battle of Manhattan. It’s forgetting what you were going to say because your mind is traveling five times faster than your mouth. It’s changing tenses mid sentence because a new thought tugged your mind one way. It’s the inability to multitask because your mind can’t separate two things properly so they just mash together. It’s reading a book but then suddenly not remembering what happened on that page (or the past 5 pages either).
I couldn’t read Pride and Prejudice because my ADHD made it difficult to keep track of what was happening. I can’t talk and type at the same time. Some days I just end up staring at a screen with the full intention of writing content for a story or completing my homework, but end up remembering this one joke/thing that happened 3+ years ago and suddenly I’m hyperfocusing on that memory.
What these demigods show is the ADHD you see in children who are medicated.
I’m not medicated, not anymore. But at the very beginning of 2014, I was still medicated. And let me tell you, I connected with the demigods ADHD better than I do now.
While I was medicated, the only thing I had what hyperactivity. I couldn’t sit still. But I could focus, I could multitask, I could do school work and focus without fear that the music playing wasn’t going to drag my attention away.
Which sounds good, right?
The medication I was on wasn’t the “right one”. Vvyance, basically a milder more child-friendly version of Adderall, was the medication I was on for YEARS. But at about the middle-end of 6th grade, the doctor started raising the dose because I couldn’t sit still. Every 30 days, they raised it higher and higher. Side affects include anxiety and medication-induced depression. So yeah, I was a ‘shy’ girl who was actually suffering from bad anxiety and depression.
But that’s besides the point. The point is: Trick Triordan’s demigods are nothing more than Hyperactive. The ADHD aspect is just the watered down, medication version of it’s true self.
[INNER MONSTER] (school assignment) Everyone in this world has their own Patronus ( or spirit animals maybe??), and it starts to form as they turn 16, as their personalities start to stabilize. These patronuses will only show on their reflection, as if reflecting their inner self. The form of these patronuses range from animals to monsters, taking up the shape of almost anything. The world here also sustains a “Patronus Hierarchy System”, where usually higher paying jobs and world leaders consist of people with strong, ferocious patronuses. Our male lead here is facing a big dilemma: He has no patronus, even though way over the age of 16. This has brought him loads of troubles, such as being unable to land on a stable job. This has brought him to the brink of insanity, and so he pays the witch a visit, in hopes of finding out the reason to his problems. “My patronus hasn’t turned up yet, how can this be?” “Oh?? My dear, it has… it has” cackles the witch. “The worst of the worst, the monster of all monsters. Your patronus takes shape of a human.”