sorry for the pixels ;a;


Dawn Homily Memorial Post

Dawn, I know it seems ridiculous to get this attached to a bunch of pixels, but you were my pixels and you were perfect. I’m sorry that I was sad when you were voted as heir and not Poppy, but you showed me that you had the better story to tell and won me over (and then some!) 

I will miss seeing your little squeamish attacks and the anticipation of what crazy thing you were going to paint that time round. Your relationship with Tom was everything you deserved but didn’t get from your first relationship and more. 

You are perfect and I will miss you. 

My precious Dawn, reunited with Tom. 

Lazytown characters as shit my roommate has seen me do
  • Sportacus: Naruto run down the stairs every day
  • Stephanie: Had to be physically restrained from climbing out a window onto an unsafe roof
  • Robbie: Threw my headphones full force at her while she was talking
  • Pixel: Set three alarms during the night before an 8 am class to play mystic messenger
  • Trixie: Poured nail polish directly onto the floor
  • Ziggy: Nearly fell out our second story window trying to close it
  • Stingy: Practically threw a teacup onto the floor shattering it instantly
  • Milford: Gone outside in my kumamon cape and said hello to neighbors
  • Bessie: Thrown half full Starbucks out the math building window

anonymous asked:

(different anon) I'd love to see a tutorial someday too. Specifically, how the heck do you get your pastries and ice creams and bread to look so soft and natural?! I've made a couple simple food pixels myself, but they all seem so stiff in comparison.

hum well personally i think making things look natural starts wi sketching out line work. (i did a comparison of a bread bun, starting with the same blue sketch to show the differences) i always do rough sketches & work over them bc i think it gives me a better idea of the form.

i know sometimes it seems right to have everything perfect & symmetrical but it all depends on what your drawing in the first place - because you mentioned like bread & ice-cream etc those things are rarely perfect anyway, so i guess avoid being too structured

then i think another big thing is the colour choice & the balance of the halftone dots for shading. I feel like too much half tone & its one big ordered gradient & yeah that looks kind of odd. & for the colour.. its tempting to just pick out the darkest tone & just gradually make it paler for the highlighty bits - but in reality when you really look at something there’s usually a lot of different kinds of colours (even if it is just white bread). So yeah id say experiment with that - i usually exaggerate and go for much warmer colours tbh.

the last thing that i think makes a huge difference is how you do the shine (if any). it helps to just think about the actual thing your drawing (goes wi out saying but curved and squishy bread probably has a softer curvy shine) and it’s probably not such sharp stark white

i feel like the picture just explains it all way better haha 

-`mini tutorial about pixel bread bun´-

welcome home - a Jyn x Cassian playlist

tracks: renegades - x ambassadors // america - imagine dragons // charlie boy - the lumineers // the only exception (vsq cover) - vitamin string quartet // welcome home - radical face // yellow light - of monsters and men // silhouettes - of monsters and men // skyfall - adele // fade into you - clare bowen & sam palladio // i will follow you into the dark - death cab for cutie


This was suppoused to be for chrismas but…(*in Robbie’s voice) whatever…

This is from the video of Stefán singing the song “Holly Jolly Christmas” :3

(I didn’t have time to do the “mistletoe part” 9-9…sorry…)


Do not use or repost my art without my permission! Reblog instead!

TheMeatly: “Bendy is a cartoon character who came to life, seeking revenge and kills!

Me: *draws him in pastel, with red glasses and a heart tail*