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Cw and supergirl

Doesn’t deserve Chris wood, Chris doesn’t deserve the hate he is getting over a fictional character. If you can’t tell the difference between real and fake you shouldn’t be able to watch tv. Chris isn’t an advocate for “abusive” nor “toxic” relationships he does what any other actor would do. Stop trying to sound fake woke, it’s not working out for you.

Saving and Backing Up Work Guide

Things my job and college taught me about saving and backing up work:

  1. Iterative saves. ITERATIVE SAVES!!! Make a new save every work session. EVERY SINGLE ONE. Also make one once you complete an important step (save for final sketch, save for inking one character, save for inking bg, save for animating a hand, save for first pass of animation). That way in case you accidentally delete a layer or your file gets corrupted, YOU DON’T HAVE TO START OVER!! Also this is good for when clients go “oh you know what, I actually like the look of this one thing from like 4 exchanges ago, can you change it to that?” Also in case the power goes out midsave and corrupts the file. Note: Google Drive automatically does iterative saves for a lot of things (docs, images, spreadsheets, etc) which is SUPER nice
  2.  If you work at company or are freelance that sends work files, please for all that’s good in the world, MAKE A SAVE BEFORE YOU MERGE YOUR STUFF IN A DRAWING PROGRAM! Some poor sap (possibly you) a year from now is going to have to tweek something and you are going to make their life an absolute hell when they find you’ve merged everything.
  3. Save on a portable hard drive or an internal drive. Back that drive up at LEAST once a year onto a different drive or onto CDs/DvDs/Bluerays.
  4. Save on Google Drive and/or dropbox. Have it on a cloud SOMEWHERE in case you need it. Especially for school projects because you probably will forget your portable hard drive at least once the day an assignment is due.
  5. If possible, keep your Operating System (Windows and/or Linux) on a SEPARATE harddrive from where you save your work. JUST IN CASE your OS gets corrupted and you have to wipe windows. So get two drives, one for OS and your programs, another for your work and other stuff you don’t want to get accidentally wiped.
  6. I know this is stupid and most people will ignore it, but have a naming convention for files. This way it’s easier to find in case something goes wrong or you have to find a file 2years later for whatever reason. A quick and easy one, Client_Project_Descriptor_#. Example: I’m doing a color piece intended for print with a rocket for SpaceX and this is the 4th time I’ve sat to work on it, I might do something like: SpaceX_PrintColor_Rocket_4. If you want something more specific for the work session number, you could do a time date stamp like YYYYMMDDHHmm (Year, month, day, hour, minute). There’s lots of variations, but that’s the easiest one I’ve done.
  7. If you think about saving, save. If you’re working with other people, just saying “SAVE” out loud when you think about it. In school and at my job, a lot of people appreciated the reminder. This is especially appreciated if you notice something in your cube/side of the room flicker (an indicator that the power is about to turn off).
  8. LEARN THE CORRECT SHORT CUT KEYS FOR SAVING! This is handy if your computer is hooked up to a power backup. Some places ONLY have the computer towers attached to it AND NOT THE MONITORS. So using the shortcut key, is very important.
  9. Learn where programs save automatic backups and/or temp work files. If a program crashes, DO NOT IMMEDIATELY OPEN THE PROGRAM OR RESTART YOUR COMPUTER IF YOU CAN. Google where the temporary files are kept, there may be a backup that way. This isn’t reliable and sometimes the file is partially corrupted, but this has saved my ass so many times with different programs
  10. Have a saving “ritual” when you’re done working. What I mean is: name properly, local save, cloud save, flattened/combine/viewable save (png, jpg, pdf, obj, fbx, ect).

anonymous asked:

What if there was an AU where MC was actually a native English speaker who had moved to Korea from England, but knew very little Korean? (She can communicate with via the app due to the built-in live translation software that Seven installed). But how do MC and the RFA deal with the situation individually? (thank you~!!)

it’s always hard to learn a new language, but it’s also very funny to watch xD

I’m trying to learn korean too btw so if there’s any mistake please correct me x’)


Zen:

“jagiya, neo neomu gwiyeoptta”

- sometimes Zen uses phrases like that and you have no idea what he’s talking about

- sure he’s helping you in your Korean language but he will never translate that phrase for you

- so you decide to use the app in secret and you’re so embarrassed

- it means “babe, you’re so cute”

- oh wow the Korean language suddenly becomes 100x more interesting to learn


Jumin:

- he’s the best in English and he has no problem becoming your Korean teacher (that means you don’t have to use Seven’s app because Jumin’s all you need)

- he’s so good at it and you can’t help but marvel at how fast you’re picking up things

- but you’re still weak in learning the difference between formal and informal

- so when you thank him, you said “gomawo seon saeng nim”

“it’s gomawoyo seon saeng nim”

- he’s strict but that’s what makes the learning process better


Yoosung:

- he picks up English in university so he knows how to converse with you in English

- but sometimes he just wants to speak to you in full korean because he’s much more comfortable in Korean than English

- so when you want to say anything in Korean, you use Seven’s app

- it’s very accurate and you two speak so animatedly in English and Korean respectively

- it’s funny for others to watch but it does the job


Jaehee:

- she needs to know English to become Jumin’s assistant so she’s able to talk to you in English

- but sometimes there’s just certain things that you want to say and you can’t express yourself properly so you decide to use the app

- turns out the app has more “features” which “enhances” what you say and the built-in voice is Seven doing a “cute” voice

- Jaehee immediately hates it

- well, the app doesn’t matter Jaehee can teach you much more better


Seven:

- doesn’t let you use his app whenever you’re around him

- because why use an app when you have the real deal!

- he does the live translations using a funny voice to translate both Korean and English and you can’t help but laugh

- the other RFA members mock Seven

- is he even teaching you Korean or just having too much fun

- but whatever it is, learning a new language with Seven is definitely the best

adhd daisy johnson

(some canon, some headcanon) 

  • dropped out of school 
  • talks to fill the quiet 
  • urge to move cities a lot, doesn’t tend to stay in one place 
  • easily bored if she’s not being stimulated 
  • very empathetic 
  • messy room 
  • has trouble feeding herself consistently if she’s not on a schedule 
  • has a hard time learning about things she’s not interested in 
  • hyperfixates while coding 
  • naturally impulsive, follows her gut 
  • thrives under routines, but has trouble making them herself 
  • used to be a night owl before training with may
  • has trouble forming long term relationships (platonic or otherwise)
  • has a hard time regulating her emotions, can be overly defensive 
  • was never officially diagnosed because the nuns didn’t want it on her record 

feel free to add more! 

boitanner  asked:

Maeve's childhood? xx

She was born to an unloving father and a mother who died at birth. In his grief, her father barely looked after her as she grew up. He wouldn’t have looked after her at all if she wasn’t the only thing he had left of his wife. Without the help of her father to get by, with him offering barely anything she needed to survive, she had to learn hard and fast to survive on her own.

Maeve didn’t start with fighting for things - every child is born pure, and so was she, but she quickly figured out that on the streets, people don’t give free food to ragtag girls with messy hair and dirty skin, so she had to resort to stealing. At first it felt horrible and disgusting, but once the stomach starts growling you tend to forget about morals and ethics and do what you have to do.

Her skills were all learned purely by fighting, robbing and stealing from people and animals. You don’t need to fight fair if you win. She split off from her father very quickly by killing him and taking whatever he had which really wasn’t much at all.

speckledsolanaceae replied to your postlike if Zordon and Alpha had been written better…

What did you like about it?

I loved the teens. I loved Billy especially because NOTHING WOULD HAVE HAPPENED WITHOUT HIM! Because he found the crystals! And Zach! Who doesn’t question, just acts! and ALL OF THEM making TERRIBLE TEENAGE DECISIONS! REALLY WELL SHOT CAR SCENES AND CAR ACCIDENTS! Kimberly being introduced as the chick who KNOCKED HER BOYFRIENDS TOOTH OUT! Trini needing to be encouraged to join the group SEVENTEEN SEPARATE TIMES and everyone loving each other and everyone working so hard! To learn to morph! the training montage!!! THE TRAINING MONTAGE!!! Billy and Kim and Jason being the MAIN THREE and the fastest friends! Zach’s mom!!! how fuCkING gROSS Rita is! She’s like a goddamn HORROR MOVIE I loved that! BILLY BEING A GODDAMN GENIUS! Kimberly and Trini being girlfriends no one can tell me otherwise I will FIGHT YOU

person: whew this is hard work
marching band student: HARD?😂try learning drill 🚸in 100 degree weather ☀😰with no water 🚱breaks until the 🎺 trumpets 🎺 stop talking🤐!

daily reminder: create things for jack and the community but mostly for yourself bc you want to and you enjoy it. i love jack but i dont make things for him, i make them for us and if he likes it then thats cool too! this helps get rid of the idea that if jack doesnt notice the thing you’ve created, its worthless. because its not. you have enjoyed it and the community has enjoyed it. 

never stop creating.

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Flying with Supergirl is always so great… for most people.

Bonus:

I believe that suffering is part of the narrative, and that nothing really good gets built when everything’s easy. I believe that loss and emptiness and confusion often give way to new fullness and wisdom.
—  Shauna Niequist, Bittersweet: Thoughts on Change, Grace, and Learning the Hard Way

This year has been tough. Maybe I can even say it has been my toughest year yet. I lost myself this year as well as I lost friends and a lot more than that. But it also taught me something. It taught me how to let go and to appreciate every little thing in life. It taught me that life can be hard and unfair, but it’s unfair to everyone, so is it that unfair?
I just want to say that yes I’ve hurt a lot this year but all the hurting taught me something. And I’ve grown so much from it.

I know how to find myself again and that’s what I’ll be doing in 2017, finding myself.

Let this new adventure start and lets put an end to this year.

2017 may you be good, may you be soft, may you be an adventure.

—  Annedi Bergsma