Roommates: Part One

Originally posted by tomshollandss

Summary: Reader is a ghost that lives in Tom Holland apartment and Tom doesn鈥檛 believe in ghosts. Or does he? Let鈥檚 play with a Ouija board like all stupid 21 year olds do and find out.聽

Warning: Rape mentions, swearing, death, spooky shit, dont play with ouija boards (especially while drunk)

Words: 2k

Special thank you to @axolotlnerd for betareading this for me. <3

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anonymous asked:

Hi! Sorry to bother you but I was wondering how you pick colors for low lighting/dramatic lighting drawings? I feel like when I do it the colors all look weird. Anyways I love all of your art馃槝you are very talented and your Klance drawings make me so happy!

thank you!! lighting is like…the hardest thing for me to do tbh I struggle w it so much. usually what I do is use an overlay so the colour of the shadow is kind of picked for me? and then from that I carve out the bits that are the light. or if it’s rly dramatic then I also use a screen layer to make the light really pop haha

I don’t know why I’m making this post but I thought’d it be fun to introduce some youtubers to people who haven’t heard/seen them before and highly recommend them! 

Just to note, these youtubers I watch aren’t really “youtubers” like the “story-time” kinda stuff, I mostly watch people who review/analyse films, games, books, and so on for fun and educational purposes. 

1. Cinemasnob- I freaking love this man. Out of all the movie reviewer people I watch he’s my number one. In fact his whole show is kind of my aesthetic. He reviews mostly exploitation films, and just plain horrible movies from the 60s, 70s, 80s, you name it. His dry and sarcastic humor also makes his reviews hilarious to watch. And he has a cute cat named Lloyd that appears in a few episodes every now and then -Stone Gremlin Productions 

2. Phelan Porteous- This guy also has a sarcastic sense of humor when reviewing shitty movies. I find his style of humor quite interesting, it’s very meme-y and derpy. He mostly reviews horrible horror movies and, even better, Disney knock-offs which are my personal favorite.My favorite thing he does is that he plays this goofy music over pointless or drawn out scenes from dumb movies where nothing is going on. He also review bootleg games and other trinkets as well. -Phelan Porteous 

3. Glamourdaze- This youtube channel is very unique as most of it is just videos or clips from different retro eras about lifestyles and fashion. There’s all kinds of videos like how women did their hair in the 40s, or how to get a date in the 60s. As a history nerd, these clips are enjoyable to watch as it truly feels like it’s a blast from the past. Plus, it’s just fun learning how people did stuff back then.-Glamourdaze 

4. Lessons From The Screenplay/Nerdwriter1- These guys were are on the same boat about analyzing movies and giving tips on story-telling. These guys go in great depth explaining and describing how and what to do with creating a story. I find these dudes helpful as I create stories myself and lowkey would like to be in the movie/TV business someday. Not only do they educate how to direct a film but they make videos about all kinds of great subjects like how to make a great antagonist, how certain movie genres are getting old, or how to tell a story through visuals instead of dialogue; fun stuff that I really love learning about. -Lessons From The Screenplay/Nerdwriter1 

5. History Buffs- Pretty sure a lot of history buffs (PA TUM PSS) watch this dude, but if you don’t I highly recommend checking him out. He reviews histroical/period drama films and sometimes TV shows. What he does is that he breaks down a historical movie to reveal the real history behind the film and I find it very entertaining and also educational. He has reviewed great period classics such as Amadeus, Dances with Wolves, Lawrence of Arabia, Braveheart and a lot more. -History Buffs

6. KrimsonRogue- This guy is a real treat and I’m honestly quite surprised people haven’t heard of him, especially book lovers. He reviews movie adaptations of books and differentiates between them. Of course many of them he reviews are horrible movies about great books; a great reminder that the Book was Better (The name of his show haha). He’s reviewed Percy Jackson, that one Mortal Instruments movie no one likes, and even Twilight. Plus he’s adorable, has a cat named Leia, AND liked my fan art I did for him that I think is currently still his Facebook’s page background. -KrimsonRogue

7. Lindsay Ellis- One of my favs, Lindsay Ellis, otherwise known as “Nostalgia Chick” makes great videos talkin’ bout movies. My favorite of her series, Loose Cannon, is a fun segment breaking down a popular character in many versions of said character. For example, there’s one about the Greek god Hades, in which Lindsay talks about the many different film adaptions of the god. Or another one where she talks about the “idea” of Marylin Monroe in many different biopics or movies about her. Lindsay is pretty laid-back, as if she is personally discussing a movie with you. -Lindsay Ellis 

8. Maven of Eventide- I just discovered her last night and I’m glad I did because I watched all of her Vampire Reviews. Yep, she reviews vampire movies, the good and the bad, and I love it. Not only does she review vampire movies but she also does a great job telling the history of the popularity of vampires as well as vampire lore. I also admire how she owns her vampire-loving attitude as she dresses the part in cute outfits every episode. She’s silly, bright, and passionate about blood-sucking demons. And she worships Interview With The Vampire for it is a great portrayal of vampires as well as being a damn good movie. -Maven of Eventide 

9. RalphTheMovieMaker- I love this kid, he is my son. Like most people I watch, he reviews movies of course and is one of the best. He is mostly popular for making fun of dumb reality TV shows such as Mystery Diners, Bigfoot and Ghost shows, and even LifeTime movies (my favorite video from him actually). He’s actually a film student, I believe, and I gotta say he is very impressive, especially at such a young age and I bet he inspires younger audiences everywhere.-Ralphthemoviermaker 

10. Drawing Tutorials Online- Finally a guy to inspire the artistic side of me, a college professor at NYU (?) who gives tips on making art AND showing off his student’s cool sketchbooks AKA The Best Part. Seeing these student’s work is SO inspiring, all of them have different styles, they’re colorful, and design really neat things. It inspires me to just let go in my sketchbooks and go crazy with colors and draw all kinds of weird shit. Especially for struggling artists out there, I highly recommend this guy’s channel to explore other people’s work and see what inspires you.-DrawingTutorialsOnline 

new studyblr intro!

hello everyone! my name is carissa, i’ve been reblogging studyblr things on this blog for months now and i decided it’s finally time for me to start posting some original content and really become a studyblr!

a little about me:

- i’m 15

- i’m a high school sophomore

- my birthday is october 5

- i’m interested in astrology, color guard, and all kinds of weird mystical things

- i listen to lots of music but my current obsession is lorde’s album melodrama which was the inspiration for my url and my avatar is the album cover, i also really love macklemore’s album this unruly mess i’ve made, and chance the rapper’s album coloring book, i like alt-j, twenty-one pilots and the 1975

- my favorite tv shows are jane the virgin, new girl, young & hungry, and oitnb

- i’m an infp, libra sun, taurus moon

- math is my favorite subject although i’m always pretty confused, english is a close second

- i want to go to college but other than that i have really no clue what i’ll do with my life but that’s okay

my classes:

- honors spanish 3

-honors english 2

- honors algebra 2

- chemistry

- modern world history

- art foundations (i’m considering changing this to ap music theory)

my favorite studyblrs:

@lattes-at-midnight @areistotle @studyign @studyquill @julstudies @academiix @prettystudying @productivityplant @elkstudies @eintsein

i have lots more but those were the first ones i could think of


- this is a sideblog

- feel free to message me anytime! i love making new friends

Kaladesh, you break my heart

People have been asking me to write a point by point takedown and breakdown of Kaladesh since Friday, and I just can鈥檛. I can鈥檛 knowingly trash something that so many people I deeply respect spent so much time working on. But at the same time, I can鈥檛 take any enjoyment from this set either. Every time i see art from it, i become sad.

I hate being negative. It sucks, and it鈥檚 not my normal way of being. But still, I owe it to myself to explain what I feel and why, so that hopefully folks can learn and grow, and the next time make it better.

And let me be crystal clear- I hold nothing against the R&D team at wotc, or the Creative team. I鈥檝e got nothing but the deepest respect and admiration for them, and many are my friends. This was a misstep, but I have full faith that they will learn and grow too, so that the next time will be different.

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@tikkunolamorgtfo i’m responding to you in a new post because the old one is way too fucking long

first of all i don’t understand why you’re trying to educate me on western supremacy and colorism of all things. that’s a weird assumption to make, do i really need to inform you that not all mizrahim are dark skinned? specifically my entire family is white passing as all hell and that didn’t prevent ashkenazim from victimizing my uncle & aunt in the ringworm affair. and i was the one who brought up western supremacy in the first place so really why did you spend time writing all of this

second, you’re bringing up liberia and india and my entire point is that you’re not taking into account the specificity of ethnic relations, ashkenazi identity and orientalism within the land of palestine and israel. you can’t talk about us without us it’s so fucking inappropriate and possibly damaging to do that from afar i can’t stress this enough

the biology and genetic ties of ashkenazim to worldwide jewry and the ancient people of israel isn’t being questioned at all. what i’m questioning is your premise. when we’re talking about the indigeneity of a population that was in diaspora for thousands of years, and the majority of them underwent significant assimilation, the chief matters we need to consider are cultural identity and perception of the land. not biology which does not inform their self-image. I guarantee to you that if you ask israeli ashkenazim they will absolutely reject being characterized as ethnically middle eastern while simultaniously agreeing that they are the descendants of bnei yisrael.

the reason I’m so fucking angry about this is that you’re making an all caps absolutist statement on a subject that is highly sensitive to us and is the cause of deep cultural anxieties. and not only do you do that, you’re calling those who disagree with you antisemitic. this is a super political topic pertaining to a country that is in a constant state of war, violence and bloodshed. it is highly irresponsible of you to talk about this without any nuance. you can have your own personal beliefs on what you are but you can’t talk about us without us. the result here is that you’re showing a severe disconnect from reality & you’re making a fool out of yourself

Cute/chibi Kavinsky for @keitothekraken, done in ink and watercolor. I’m still perfecting this style, but practice makes perfect, right? Also the scanner made the colors all weird and grainy but hopefully this is ok. ;-;

As a side note, cars are fucking hard to draw, especially those fancy hundreds-of-thousands-of-dollars models like the Testarossa.

To Know This is Real (1/3)

Well! The BFF Verse makes its magnificent return!

鈥淲ait, this is a sequel?鈥 Well, sort of. It takes place during the events of It鈥檚 a Comedy of Sorts (which can be found here), but hopefully I鈥檝e managed to make it independent enough that you won鈥檛 have to read the first entry. All you really need to know is this: York and Tex are both alive and are best friends. When I was writing the first entry Wash, Kai and Tucker seemed to be interested in having their own storyline, so here it is. Warning to people who hope to stick around: the chapters after this are probably going to be pretty smutty. I make no apologies.聽

Special thanks to @littlefists, who read this over for me, and everyone else who cheered me on in the pursual of OT3 feelings!

Summary:聽Kai and Tucker know what they want, and his name is Agent Washington.

Agent Washington knows what he deserves, and it鈥檚 certainly not Kaikaiana Grif and Lavernius Tucker.

Or: how three people in a canyon learn to talk about their feelings and maybe end up having lots of sex.

Pairings: Suckington, Sucker, background Chex

Also on Ao3

Wash met Kai first, although he didn鈥檛 get a name. He didn鈥檛 bother. If he鈥檇 consulted his files, he鈥檇 have figured out that her name was 鈥淧rivate Kaikiana Grif,鈥 and probably just called her Grif, dooming himself for months of confusion with Dexter Grif.

Instead, Wash met her, dismissed her out of hand as a Simulation Trooper who was only slightly stranger than normal, and then went to meet Sarge, who then proceeded to skew the grading curve of 鈥渘ormal鈥 for just about the rest of his life.

It was a long time between meeting Kai and meeting Tucker. Wash didn鈥檛 count the days, although he suspected it would be less time than he thought. But the events that happened were pretty damn significant.

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Say what you want, but Jenissi is a remarkably kind person who has shown nothing but love and gratitude toward his fans. Yes, he made a mistake, but he owned up to it and apologized. 

Jenissi loves Toppklass just as much as we love him, and no amount of hate or misleading articles vilifying him and the rest of Topp Dogg is going to change that. Sorry about it ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

I understand. You started a war that you don’t know how to end.

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