space usage

Bujo spread for Weeks 1 and 2 of January 🌻👄

Finally got around to setting up my new bujo! I figured a new layout was in order for efficient space usage. Since the journal I bought has really thick paper, I’ve been having lots of fun with watercolor pencils and really letting the creative juices flow lol


1993. Drawing Down the Moon

is the debut album by band Beherit. It was released in November 1993. The album is notable for its usage of space-like synth sounds and occasional use of computer-altered vocals.

the band formed in 1989 by three young musicians from Rovaniemi, Lapland; vocalist and guitarist Nuclear Holocausto Vengeance (Marko Laiho), bassist Daemon Fornication and drummer Sodomatic Slaughter (Jari Pirinen). The band released three demos the following year and also gathered reputation for their live shows, which included pig heads and goats on stage.

The weird combination of sparse futuristic effects and ancient ritualistic sounding songs give this album a very timeless and demented atmosphere that is very unexpected for music this devoid of subtlety. After many listens I realized that Drawing Down the Moon is not just an ass-kicking metal album but also an evil ambient album that will manage to entertain me for many years to come. this is Beherit’s best-known and most influential album.

anonymous asked:

Hello! I've started making speedpainting videos and i was wondering what kind of screen recorder you use? The one I use takes about 3 hours to export a 1 hour long video. Thanks! :)

Ah, I use Camstudio for my speedpaintings, it’s free and I love it. I set it to record sped up footage and therefore it saves me on disk space and ram usage :)

umbrakinetix-moved  asked:

I sent a request for an infp and an intp as college roommates, but something weird happened to the page OTL oh well.

*Offers you a hand to help you up* Please get off the floor, friend, you will get your INFP-INTP roommates, technical issues or not. Ou^

INTP and INFP stand side-by-side, gazing at their dorm. The beds are bunked by default.

INFP: So… which one do you want?

INTP: I don’t care, really.

INTP: Do you want to have them bunked? It is our room, after all. We don’t have to keep them this way.

INFP: I mean, I think it would be cool if we spaced them out, and maybe moved the dressers over here, and… hmmm.

INTP: Do you think we’ll still have an adequate usage of space with that design?

INFP: Oh. Umm.

INFP: I don’t know, maybe not…

INTP: Do you want to try?

INFP: I don’t know, I mean… that’s kind of a lot of work.

INTP: And a lot of upper-body strength.

INTP: We can talk about different ways to reorganise everything, soon though. We can think of everything we want to do, then narrow it down with what’ll conserve the most space.

INTP: Whenever, though.

INFP: Maybe we’ll just leave it like this for now?

INTP: And see how we like it this way, before changing it?

INFP: Yeah, totally!

INFP: We might actually really like it this way. It would have been a shame to change it without giving it a chance.

INTP: Yeah, that’s the reason.

INFP: Haha, I mean, it kind of is!

INTP: I agree, it definitely has its influence.

INTP: But we both know the underlying motive that’s helping this decision.

INFP: We’re lazy.    |    INTP: Laziness.

Both:  (~ ̄▽ ̄)~

INTP: But we’ll get to it.

INFP: No, yeah, absolutely!

INTP: Just not now.

INFP: …Tomorrow.

INTP: Ye– Mmm,

INTP: Maybe.

INFP: We’ll play it by ear.

INTP: Hahaha.

INFP: Okay, but really, is that okay with you?

INFP: Like, just seeing how this goes, first?

INTP: Yeah, sure, it’s fine. We’ve got plenty of time to change it. It’s not like any of this is permanent.

INFP: Okay, cool.

INFP: But really. Who is getting which bed?

INTP: Um, I’ll take the bottom bunk.

INFP (Internally): ヾ| ̄ー ̄|ノ

INFP: Yeah, sounds good.

Later that day…

INTP is laying down in his bed, legs folded, arms behind his head, and eyes closed, relaxing. INFP is above him, probably looking at a nature aesthetic blog on tumblr.



INFP: Yes?

INTP: Do you ever have those times where you’re really hungry, but you don’t want anything?

INFP: *Hangs over the edge of their bunk and looks at INTP, deadpanned*

INTP: *Opens one eye*

INFP: You mean like right now.

INTP: You too?

INFP: I’ve been distracting myself with the internet, hoping that I would figure it out, but I’ve not been thinking about it, and it’s just getting worse.

INTP: I’ve just been wrenching in emptiness for the past half hour.

INFP: Haha, oh my god.

INFP: We really have to figure this out, don’t we?

INTP: I remember reading that when you have this problem, drinking water helps.

INFP: Really? Why?

INTP: I don’t remember the whole reason.

INTP: But it was something about the intake “preparing you to eat”.

INTP: That’s not the best way to explain it, though. It’s more like, you’ll be more receptive to eating something after you’ve been drinking something.

INFP: Interesting!

INTP: Don’t take that as fact, though. I could be remembering wrong, and I don’t even remember where I read it.

INFP: Maybe we should give it a shot.

INFP: We can both go get some water or something, and try it out.

INTP: That’s a start.

INFP: What do you mean?

INTP: Well, we’ll have to do it many times, just for it to have potential for any kind of reliability. We don’t know how water affects this feeling verses something else, like a soft drink. Also, our stomachs and our preferences may be different, which may cause us to experience different degrees and variations of sensations.

INFP: Oh, wow. :O

INFP: Yeah, I guess you’re right. That’s going to take a long time!

INTP: Eh. We could also just look it up. Maybe there’s already information on it, already. But then again, the experimentation is half the fun.

INFP: Do you really want to do all of that?

INTP: Are you willing to stick to it for that long?

INFP: I can try! Are you willing to keep it going long enough?

INTP: *Shrugs* I dunno. Maybe.

INTP: We can start it right now, though, since we’re on the subject!

INFP: Yeah, okay.

INTP: Do you know where to get water?

INFP: Hmm… probably just at the diner in the next building over?

INFP: Maybe they’ll have those little refrigerators with beverages inside.

INTP: There could be a vending machine somewhere in our building, too.

INFP: Oh, yeah, and that.

INTP: Well, let’s go check it out. You up for it?

INFP: Sure!

INTP: Nice.

INFP: *Pulls himself back up to his bed*

INTP: *Bonks head, trying to get out*

INTP: Ow, god!

INFP: Pffffhehehehe!

INFP: Are you okay??

INTP: *Holding head*

INTP: I…I don’t know.

INFP: Pff, you’re probably fine.

INFP: If it really starts to hurt, we can get some ice or something, though.

INTP: How could I let that happen.

INTP: How did I not see that coming.

INFP: Come on, let’s go get our experimental water.

INFP: *Leading INTP out of their room*

INTP: *Distracted and looking back at the place he hit his head*

INTP: It just does’t make sense!