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Tonight’s progress on the first year bald eagle illustration. Lots of work to do on the head and feet, as well as cleaning some edges and finessing some shadows/layer merging. Fresh eyes tomorrow will help with that!

anonymous asked:

May 18 is the start of the preview while June 5 is the opening date. Basically the official start of the production is June 5. But the May 18 dates leading to June 5 is like a test performances, like a beta version of software, before you release its stable version. Simply to make adjustments, test errors and other. June 5, the official start is where they will invite critics to review the production. Which is why in the theater site, that date is sold-out.

Okay, cool.  Thank you theater!anon.  Hopefully this is informative to some people.


So I wanted to draw all the Voltron characters before Season 2 came out, but thought just drawing all seven standing in a line would be boring. So I present to you…Voltron characters: squad edition. 


I succumbed to the edit mania going on in this fandom :3 I probably wouldn’t have if my new software wasn’t so good! Looks like my pen pressure is corrected with it, which is weird but whatever!! I’m happy! :D

So I present to you a collection of galra Keith and some altean Lance. In both brown and blue haired (I prefer brown to be honest but I was curious about blue haired altean Lance :3)

It made me rethink my design of galra Keith for a few parts and I like it better^^

More edits to come!

progress? on

@the-lavcorps-files found a password protected page on Mark’s website, and just to experiment I typed in “1of25″

What shows up is a picture of Mark in what looks like a wasteland, holding what looks like a sandwich: 

Maybe some people with photo editing software could go to the page and play around and see if there’s anything there to find? I also considered the possibility of other passwords, but I’m not sure if that can be done. 

One more day, people!!!


The new Pokémon Bank update is out which is great!! But I just wanted to clarify some things for people who may not be aware…

The new Pokémon Bank lets you transfer your Pokémon from the Gen 6 games to the Gen 7 games. Unlike previous generations, the process is super super simple in that you simply take Pokémon out of the Bank and put them in your Sun and Moon boxes; the exact same way you’ve been transferring Pokémon back and forth from Bank this whole time.

However, it may have become TOO simple, as it looks like unlike previous generations, the software gives you absolutely no indication that Pokémon you deposit in Sun and Moon boxes cannot be transferred back to the Generation 6 games. If you put a Pokémon in your Sun and Moon boxes, and then press X to save, it will not be able to put it back into the Gen 6 games.

This has been the case since Pal Park, but it looks like this time, you receive no such warning that this is the case, and in fact you receive no indication whatsoever which Pokémon are and aren’t eligible to be deposited in Gen 6 games when you are moving Pokémon around in your Gen 7 boxes.

Given that you receive no notice whatsoever, I could see this easily resulting in people transferring and locking Pokémon out of the Gen 6 games that they didn’t mean to, so I figured I should try to get a warning out. Make sure that everyone is totally aware of where their Pokémon are going. Thanks for reading and consider reblogging to spread the word. Happy gaming!!


“Maybe one day we’ll see each other again. Maybe in the infinity of space, right next to the moon, we’ll hold our hands in a bubble isolating us and we’ll meet again.”

The colors I did a little did as I felt, because I could not find SwapFell Paps in full and in colors. So, well, I did what I could and I think it makes me feel good. I hope you like it !

For @imjustalazycat

By : Camiliero (me)

Software : Krita (and pencil)

They met up over winter break.

Kei’s trying his best to school a face of indifference but he can’t because Kuroo’s here and Kuroo’s standing right next to me and Kuroo’s taking a selfie with me and Kuroo and Kuroo and

I apologize for the delay! I started this about two weeks ago, but then I suddenly got really, really into needle knitting and neglected to work on it (I am currently donning my freshly knit teal garter-stitch scarf I named Orange. I am content and currently in the middle of a cream-coloured mistake-stitch scarf (◡‿◡✿)). 

I drew this in celebration of my city finally getting some epic snowfall. I’m so excited for the holidays!

I used FireAlpaca to make this! Thank you to the anon who recommended this software to me ( ˘ ³˘)♥, I quite like it.

Thank you reading and uh, looking at my drawing teehee


If they really want to bring an end to this endless fighting, they need to sit down with one another and reach a truce. 

Senju, Tobirama


Meet Matchaa Studio


Game designer. Game developer. Likes to create things: software, cookies, drawings, games, and… business processes?!

Writes the script and serves as narrative design coordinator. Copywriter by day, college instructor by… later in the day.

The team’s character artist is an IT professional by trade and a comic artist/illustrator/weab the rest of the time

In charge of UX/UI work and some character designs. Closeted weab for most of her life but is now an unabashed fangirl.


Sleep-deprived high school student. Special skills include doodling, telling (bad) jokes, and providing moral support!

Hoping to graduate, rambling job interviewee. Eats all the Stick-os. Learning to eat vegetables.

Likes avocados. Does not know what studying is and probably never will. 

Game dev with too many stupid ideas. Tomato sandwich evangelist. Married to vidya games and Evangelion.

If you have any questions about Golden Hour or about our team, drop us an ask.

Icons are made by our favorite maknae, @thedailymushroom​!

How to Have a Strong 2nd Semester~

1. Set an alarm 10-20 minutes before you actually have to get up. Do some twists and light stretches on your back while you’re waking up– it actually makes you feel a lot better when you have to leave the comfort of your bed!

2. Plan the day before. I’ve started using this online planner called and I really like it– you can put in tasks and meetings, and organize them however you please. And the software automatically recognizes things like “dinner” and “drive”, so it will group those into categories for you. And most school subjects get a little graduation hat icon next to it, so it’s really cute! Anyways, plan out your day the night before so you don’t have to put in a lot of time in the morning to get yourself situated.

3. Keep on top of your schoolwork and don’t get behind! Reviewing and catching up is insanely difficult after stumbling through the first few modules or units, so save yourself the trouble and put in work every single day.

4. Go for a ten-minute walk a day! If it’s too cold outside, put on a Youtube video and run in place. Since I dance, I stretch for 30-minutes a day. Do something active that helps take your mind off of schoolwork and rejuvenates you.

5. Reach out for support! I know that I’m definitely already freaking out over AP exams, and we still have (only) 100 days left! Talk to your family or friends to help you keep a stable mindset.

6. Be healthy about your grades. Some classes are really easy, some teachers don’t give out any extra credit, and some professors weigh tests 60% of your entire grade. Classes aren’t uniform (especially not in the US), and comparing yourself to another or trying to get an A every single time sometimes isn’t possible. Put in the work, know that you did your best, and be happy in that. We can’t control everything all the time, and one or two B’s isn’t going to ruin your chances of anything.

7. Remember that academia is a phenomenon made up by humans. It isn’t a real indicator of your character or how well you do in life. This is something that I still struggle with a lot. For me, it has a lot to do with ego, pride, status, etc. But it’s important to let all that go and remember that grades do not mean anything outside of school. No one’s going to ask you if you ever got a B in high school when you’re 30. My aunt works in the stock market, makes a ton of money, and still wasn’t that great in school. My uncle does really well with his job selling life insurance, but he was horrible at math. Academia is not a reflection of what your life will be like, nor does it actually have any weight on you unless you let it. We all graduate at some point, whether we go to Harvard or the public state school. And we all end up working at the same places, doing the same jobs. Most of the stress with academics comes with pride and fear of failure, and that’s not even healthy in the first place. Let it go!