just playing around with textures


trash edits saved in drafts 2/?
since it’s way too cold outside and seeing the boys all bundled up makes me happy (ノ゚0゚)ノ~ | © 지민이의집


“the white noise in my mind won’t calm down. you’re all I think about.”

b&w kaisoo, requested by @okaysoo


Pray for me sister. Give me a mention. 
I’ve got no faith and oh did I mention?
I want no trouble. I want no trouble. I want no trouble. I want no trouble.


Lockwood and Co.: The Hollow Boy

A massive outbreak of supernatural Visitors baffles Scotland Yard and causes protests throughout London. There are reports of many new hauntings, including a house where bloody footprints are appearing, and a department store full of strange sounds and shadowy figures. But ghosts seem to be the least of Lockwood & Co.’s concerns when an assassin attacks during a carnival in the centre of the city…. 

anonymous asked:


I was gonna post a silly meme but I decided to not be a butt.

1st - THANK YOU !!!

2nd - I use PS plus topaz labs, they make the magic happen. And tbh (shameless promo) I actually use my action I made awhile back and adjust accordingly. It really does it all and I just play around with lighting effects or texture thingys (aka light leaks, lens flares & other crazyness)

You can get the action HERE but you need topaz lab for it too work 100% although if you didn’t, you could always turn it off. >.>

anonymous asked:

hello! love your blog! may I know how your make your edits? Can you share your rescources or some resource blogs you like if you dont mind please!

awww thank you (^o^)/ Before I start editing sometimes I have an idea of what I want to do but most of times I just play around with textures,brushes and other resources until it looks good to me.I downloaded a lot of my old resources from deviantart. If I’m looking for patterns this is the first site that I go to♥ colourlovers. These days I only check yeahps & itsphotoshop because I already have a lot of folders with resources(some of them are from more than 10 years ago so I don’t need more lol)


Since a few people were curious about how I go around doing stained glass, here’s the general (pretty simple) workflow!
I used the old picture of Meloetta as a starting point, basically phase one is streamlining your lines and simplifying shapes. Thick, bold lines for the outline/general body.
The facet glass lines/details also work great as an indicator of where or how to shade.
Have your highlight, midtones and dark shades and just play around with the color bars/facet lines.
Finally, throw on a glass texture, and we’re good to go!