might as well as post them all in one post haha


Icing has Bittynapped them All TwT whelp, finally posted it:Part 3.1 This was supposed to be the last part but i didn’t anticipate that part 3 of the comic would be long hahah😂 so now there’ll be like 2 more? huhu & it might be awhile for me to post them(I don’t know what I’m doing, I’m making this up as I go) Credits, Disclaimers belowww:
fell!Palette(Icing) & Palette @angexci
Goth @nekophy
wolf!Goth @echoiart
library!Goth @bunabelldraws
Gloom Pibby& ct!Goth @blogthegreatrouge
sadly, Cupcake aint in any of the panels TwT he’ll come later.

Comic Art & Pot!Eve by Me @butterflypea

romvnvkvzi  asked:

Hi! I've been following studyblrs for a while now, one of them being yours and I absolutely adore it! I want to start one of my own and I was wondering if you have any tips on how to start a study blog. Any advice would help! Thanks in advance! :)

hey there, thank you so much! Here’s some advice that you might find helpful for starting your own studyblr {these are based off of my experiences!}

  • Post regularly {or at least give the illusion that you do this, haha}. I like to queue a few posts because I know that I have followers from many different parts of the world. This keeps my blog ‘active’ 34 hours a day, rather than just when I’m awake and online {it’s all an illusion, haha!}. 
  • Post your own material as well as re-blogging other peoples! When you do, add a source so it links back to your own blog. When I initially started The Organised Student this was how I began to gain followers!
    • Speaking of followers, try and follow as many other studyblrs as you can. If you’re like me then you’ll be starting a studyblr primarily for your own motivational purposes, so having an active dashboard really helps.
  • Tag your posts. This links to my above post! I like to add the tags 'studyblr’, 'studyspo’, 'student’, 'study motivation’ etc to my own posts. This will allow people searching the tags to find you, and it’s just a helpful reference to have on your posts! 
  • When I receive a question, I like to give the best answer I possibly can. I do not want to just write 'I don’t know, sorry’!! I find that more people are likely to ask you questions if you give in depth responses. If I don’t have the answers myself, I do a quick google search to link some resources for them!
  • Choose your theme carefully! I know everyone has their own personal preferences when it comes to themes, but I’m kind of picky about it. Here’s the criteria for me when I choose a theme:
    • Infinite scrolling. I really dislike when you have to click to access the next page of a blog, as this makes me more likely to just close the tab. I don’t want to be thinking about changing the page when I’m deep in to someones studyblr haha! 
    • More than one column. Again this is personal choice, but I like to have a few columns of posts. This means that I can easily overlook any information that doesn’t interest me, such as text posts which don’t apply to my own studies or 'answered questions’. 
    • Links! I have a sidebar with links to other studyblrs, my own posts, my own answered questions, etc. I like this because when I visit my blog I can easily access and specific information that I’m looking for. 

I hope this helps! xo

Hi there Shini here! this is my 100 post! haha! 
Since I’ve been draw 1D fanart about 1 year, I am planing to published  my own book :)!
The book includes the fanarts I’ve been post before on tumblr, (well almost  all of them are Ziall lol and some OT5) and some sketches and works I never posted before. It’s a full color small book. The price might be like 10-15 dollars, not include shipping.
I am also considering put animal direction to another book, but it might be like a children’s book or story book haha! Let me know if you are interested about this :P
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