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anonymous asked:

hey, i love your bujo and was wondering if you could suggest some themes/ideas for weekly spreads? thanks! x

hello, and thank you! i’m in a bit of a slump myself, so hopefully these themes can help us both. 

JOURNAL SPREAD THEMES + suggested things to add

  • hogwarts house colors
    • you could do one color at a time, or multiple!
    • house mottos
    • house aesthetic pictures
  • 4 seasons
    • season aesthetics
    • simple doodles 
    • goals for that season
  • space theme
    • describe your ideal planet
    • space doodles
    • doctor who quotes maybe?
  • library theme
    • different books you want to read
    • book quotes
  • art appreciation
    • museum pictures
    • museum tickets if you have them
    • different art pictures
    • abstract/detailed doodles
    • cursive, small lettering
  • different biomes
    • underwater, mountains, jungle, etc. 
    • animal pictures
    • have the colors match the mood
  • pastels 
    • one color or multiple 
    • cute quotes/doodles
    • sticky notes
    • small lettering
  • bold colors
    • one color or multiple
    • bright pictures
    • big lettering
  • earth tones 
    • plant pictures
    • browns/greens/etc. 
    • plant washi 
  • different brands 
    • cutouts of tags/brand names
    • simple layout 
    • success quotes 
  • stick to one color 
    • simple theme
    • sticky notes to match color 
    • cute doodles
    • cursive and regular lettering
  • garden theme
    • flower pictures/doodles
    • plant washi
    • growth quotes
    • cursive lettering
  • places you want to go/travel  
    • pictures of where you want to go
    • plane/train/boat doodles
    • vast array of colors 
    • lists of where to go 
    • budget to travel 
  • retro theme
    • retro colors
    • retro anime/show pictures
    • quirky or block lettering 
  • academic theme
    • list of classes and professors
    • task lists and test dates 
    • scholar quotes
    • school-themed doodles 
    • assignment trackers 

that was just what i could think of for now. i might make another list if i think of some more! 


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Benkyōgo: Full Japanese Verb Conjugation Cheatsheet

Introducing the Benkyōgo Verb Conjugation Cheatsheet!.

This cheatsheet covers all verb conjugations you will learn from starter textbooks (and all of those covered in the Genki Textbook series), organised into a colourful and handy chart.

The chart includes:
- Conjugation forms & explanations.
- Examples of -る, -う and する・くる verbs conjugated in all forms
- Clear, simple layout

Verb conjugations included:
Dictionary, Long form, Short form, Te-form, Negative, Negative past, Potential, Volitional, Ba-form, Passive, Causative, Causative-Passive.

This is a high quality A3-sized PDF, perfect for printing out.

Click HERE to view and purchase this cheatsheet.


5 yugyeom layouts, as requested! @a-fantastic-bae-bae

I have started learning Korean recently and I wanted to practice writing Hangul so I made some simple layouts to jot down Vocabulary, Characters and a Sentence structure page. I know language printables are pretty common in the studyblr community and there are already many good options out there but I thought mine would be useful to you as well. In any case I wanted to share them with you guys so here they are!

 Link to pdf

What is included:

1. Sentence structure page: A simple way to understand how a language is structured. You can write down the original sentence and its translation in English/you first language and compare the sentence structure of the two.

2. Vocabulary page: to remember and revise important/widely used words and their translation/meaning plus some additional info.

3. Grid: to practice writing the alphabet. 

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A snapshot of my practice session today:

How to Create a Comic- Tutorial Section II

Last time on Section I, we covered the basics of storytelling in relation to comics, how text and dialogue can be formatted into sequential images, and various panel techniques to arrange your scenes.

Now that you have a script for a story, you should be aware of several things that are occurring as you begin sketching the panels: the panel’s layout to “direct” the readers through the story, individual composition within each panel, a character’s body language or expression, and how action is shown.

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