loving making stuff i don't usually make!

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Helena Bonham Carter and Tim Burton’s children in their father’s films ‘Alice in Wonderland’ (2010), ‘Dark Shadows’ (2012) and ‘Big Eyes’ (2014)

anonymous asked:

(Dating sim anon here) Thanks for making me feel better. I've been kinda sad recently, so it's nice to know someone who I really enjoy likes them too.

-hug- I’m glad I can help! Like I said, if you’re having fun that’s what should matter to your friends!

Never again will I ever experience this kind of love.

anonymous asked:

Hi! I love your art and youre sooo great at colouring! If you don't mind me asking, how do you get parts of your images to look like theyre glowing? your way of showing light and shade is very impressive.

Thank you!

As for glowing stuff, it’s usually just use the Airbrush tool on a layer set to Addition/Luminosity.

If you want to draw an object that glows by itself, here is how I’d do it:

∟ so we have this heart thingy and we’re gonna make it glow. I added some shading on a layer above to make this thing look more 3D.

∟ you can either select everything and copy-paste, or just go Layer–>Duplicate Layer on the top bar

∟ pick Addition [may also be called Luminosity] from the Blending Modes above the layer list

∟ ye.

∟ the harder it glows, the brighter color you should use. Take the Airbrush tool and paint the middle area white

∟ if you want it to have some more color, do this step

∟ sparkles are always good.

And here you have the glowing thing!

anonymous asked:

Did you really only make pennies off of red Bubble? I've been considering buying from there because I want to support some of the many amazing artists and show my love of whatever fandom they draw for, but I don't know if I can justify spending that kinda money if they don't get much of it.

Well, considering that they consider “manufacturing price” to be like 80% of the retail price.

Yes, I do make pennies. Mostly because people are just buying small stuff. You can choose how much you make - 17% or 30% or etc, but the only thing that changes is how much the item costs. Usually the cost is way above what I would pay for a similar item, so I’ve kept my margin percentage low. 

I can make more money selling stuff on etsy, but then again, Redbubble is usefully omnipotent in the fact that I just upload my files, select which items I want available and then they do literally everything else. Is it fair? Well, I mean, it’s their business. They’re there to make money just like I am. It’s a painless act of throwing my stuff out there, and I do GET money (minimal money), and  I get it having done minimal effort. So it’s kinda worth it, unless you for whatever reason don’t want to give Redbubble more money. 

Here’s an example: 

Sometimes I’m scared because Alycia Debnam-Carey is so, so talented, and so sweet and caring and she wants to succeed so bad you can see it in her eyes, and she has so much potential, but then I see how some fans lose it and forget boundaries and respect and the fact that Alycia (or any other celebrity for that matter) is a real person with feelings, and start being inappropriate. Just because social media allows you to communicate with your favourite celebrities doesn’t mean you should send them everything that comes to your mind. Would you go to someone in the street and tell them how much you want to fuck them? Or tell them how much you want them to fuck one of their friends? No, you wouldn’t. So what makes you think that you can do that on social media? It’s dehumanizing. RESPECT, guys. Just be respectful. You’re allowed to love the shit out of them, but don’t interfere with celebrities’ private life. Tell them you love them, you admire them, but don’t be a creep for fuck’s sake. I know Alycia is an adult and can protect herself, but I don’t want her to be grossed out and uncomfortable because of a group of people who don’t see the limit between admiring someone and being totally inappropriate. And I don’t want any of this affecting her career, because she’s really talented and she’ll get far.

anonymous asked:

I agree with you that option 2 seems the most plausible, just since shows usually like to put big sex scenes or love declarations scenes or anything like that at the end of episodes, so the morning after scene would make sense at the beginning of episode 7 more so than in the middle of it. But is it greedy of me to hope it's not option 2? Because that would mean that they don't have a true sex scene and thats a huge bummer. Also I want a a gap between a kiss and the bed leaked stuff

I was thinking the same thing. I really want there to be more than ‘they make out and fall into bed with their clothes on’ for their ‘first time’. I want to see their reactions to seeing the other person removing their cloths and their reactions thinking “OMG IT’S HAPPENING!!!!! EVERYBODY STAY CLAM! STAY FUCKING CALM!!!” <– especially Lexa’s lol. 

I’ve always pictured something like the Olicity sex scene…but even better for Clexa. I want to see something like the Olicity scene before it fades to black, and not just “Clarke and Lexa flop into bed – fill in the blank with your imagination” type of thing. I could see the morning after scene opening with them sleeping in bed with the camera looking at Clarke’s face. Then there is a over the shoulder shot as Clarke flips over to see Lexa awake looking at her. Then Clarke might say something snarky or maybe “Good morning Heda” and then Lexa smirks and then kisses Clarke. The kiss leads to a heated make out sesh, that is easily on it’s way to turning into ‘round 2…3…4…5…what have you’…but then Clarke stops Lexa saying something like they need to get out of bed.  

I’m looking forward to whatever the scene ends up being, honestly. I just hope it is more than ‘they fall into bed’ BOOM OUT.