Sorry if u guys end up seeing a duplicate post of an image I upload because Tumblr mobile is a mean meme machine that will randomly decide hours after I upload something that it wants to upload it….again
Since these are CC hairs, making this upload was a lot trickier than usual. All of the images above show you hairs with a number. The number with correspond to the mesh download links below. I also added the numbers to the folders in the .rar file to make navigating what hairs you want/don’t could be easier.
And I had to upload all images really quickly, and everything is set for default prices/sizes etc for now. If you see anything is wrong or want me to change something please let me know! :D Or if I just stupidly done something idiotic.. XD
like the wind, like this dust I can’t catch you, I can’t see you Remember love you I love you I believed it was love, I called it destiny Remember love you I love you I am living in your eyes I will answer only to you get hold of me who’s staggering my love, my love
- My love - Lee Hi -
Ahhh~~~ I wanted to complete this one for Zenny’s birthday but I was soooo slow. TvT I’ve played the April fool dlc and it sure hurted me alot when Zen realizes we’re from different dimensions. I’m sure many Zen’s fans would feel the same. But even if he can’t get to our world, as long as when you can draw, or write, you can always come to him. Sooo happy birthday Zenny my love!
p/s: I’ll upload this image in my dA later incase you guys wanna download it in higher quality and not a gif. X”D
Hi friends! I’m taking commissions so I can pay my rent. Really need the money so any help or signal boosts are appreciated <3
WHAT I CAN DRAW FOR YOU
Character reference sheets with multiple outfits
Ex. (Size + Coloring style) + (15 per additional outfit not counting first image.)
WHAT I WILL NOT DRAW
HOW IT WORKS
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your commission, or with any questions you have. Please include your name, tumblr username, the type of commission you want (ex. Bust Painting), a description of what you want, and any reference images you have.
I will send you a watermarked rough sketch for approval. When you let me know we’re good to go, I will send you a paypal invoice for the agreed upon amount. Then I’ll finish up your piece, and email you a high-res version!
You may upload the finished commission to your own website, use it as an avatar, or crop it if you wish - but you must credit me if you do by linking back to my blog. You may not claim you made the artwork, resell it, or use it for merchandise.
They were kings, rulers, warriors… gods. But no matter how much divinity had been granted them, in they end, they were still just men.
well, it’s finally done. all 18 primarchs + the God Emperor. had to combine them into two long images as tumblr doesn’t allow that many pictures in one post, apparently.
the icon for Lion is completely new as i kinda hated the original one. i also changed up Guilliman’s hair a tiny bit, and opened Sanguinius’s eyes. i’ll upload the new one of Lion if anyone wants the high res to use as an icon.
I really wanted an excuse to draw BLU Sniper, so I did a redraw of this post (after seeing this on my dash I immediately thought of Sniper holding a spycrab and couldn’t get this image off my mind so here you go).
Sniper you’re making it upset, leave the creature alone.
I completed 24 college applications, submitted 17 (to Princeton, Cornell, Vanderbilt, Rice, Amherst, Georgetown, Emory, UCLA, UC Berkeley, University of Michigan, UNC-Chapel Hill, UVA, University of Pittsburgh, Williams, Washington University in St. Louis, Harvard and Yale) and received admission to all except the last four.
N.B. Some of this info may be dated/inaccurate and 100% of it is tinged w/ my own bias.
Things To Think About
Why do you want to apply to so many colleges?
If it’s hubris (i.e. “I want to collect admissions offers like trophies”) or fear (i.e. “If I submit more applications, I’m less likely to be shut out from every school I apply to"), stop and reevaluate. I applied to Vanderbilt even though I knew I’d never want to head south. The reason? It traditionally takes a lot of kids from my HS. Yeah, don’t be like me.
Do you really want to spend all that money?
I ended up wasting $2500 (and that’s a conservative estimate) on 17 schools. I’ll only be attending one college in the fall.
That said…it can be done.
The “Why Us” essay isn’t asking “why would you choose our college?” so much as “why should our college choose you?” Emphasize how you’ll contribute to the college—inside the classroom and out—by referencing specific programs, classes, and extracurriculars.
Creating a template is a major time-saver. Once you have an effective “skeleton,” all you have to do is insert school-specific details.
Create a spreadsheet. These were my columns: College Name, Application Type, Application & Aid Deadline, Standardized Test Report, Transcript & SS Form, Recommendation Letter Deadline, Creative Writing Supplement (Y/N), Interview (Y/N), Merit Scholarship (Y/N), CSS Profile, FAFSA, Sticker Price, Response Date.
If you use Google Drive, create a folder for each college.
Consider making a CV/resume. Keep it short (~1 page). Possible uses: upload as a part of your application; hand it to alumni interviewer.
Don’t apply to Georgetown unless you really really like it. There’s a separate application (not Common App) that’s cumbersome to fill out, and you can’t access it until you pay the application fee (which also happens to be p expensive)
Optional essays are NEVER optional. Hopefully, this is obvious.
The more selective publics (UC Berkeley, UCLA, UVA, UNC, UMich) are more holistic than you think. They reject high stats kids on the reg (anecdote: a dude from my school who got into Caltech didn’t get into Berkeley; another who got into Cornell didn’t get into UMich) so PAY ATTENTION to the essays.
Alumni interviews don’t matter AT ALL unless you make a terrible impression—or possibly if you’re a borderline applicant.
N.B. Applying to colleges based on the perceived difficulty of the application isn’t the greatest idea. That said, for your reference:
Easy College Applications
Very easy. Only a 100-word extracurricular essay, I believe. Unless you want to fill out a scholarship application.
Washington University in St. Louis
Also very easy. No supplement unless you fill out scholarship app.
Zero work if you have a graded school essay you’re proud of (can upload in lieu of a college supplement)
I think there’s just one supplement and you can write about whatever you want.
Just one “Why Us” essay
University of Pennsylvania
One “Why Us” Essay, unless you’re applying to Engineering or a special program like Wharton, M&T, etc.
Moderate College Applications
Three supplements, I think. All fairly straightforward. There’s a diversity essay that’s optional (refer to the Miscellaneous section)
A lot of short, lighthearted questions (favorite keepsake, favorite movie, etc.) and an essay (they give you three prompts to choose between)
Three fairly straightforward, 150-word essays. There’s a letter to your roommate, an intellectual interest essay, and something else.
Easy, short supplements, but there are three of them.
All the UCs
There’s one UC application for all the UC schools (Berkeley, LA, Irvine, etc.) so same essays and everything, but you have to pay an application fee for each school you apply to. There are a lot of questions (called Personal Insight Questions) so it’s not quick, but once you’re done you’ve covered multiple schools. Also, if you are applying, ask your counselor about the UC GPA.
Three short essays, one of which is “Why Major.” Another is an extracurricular essay. Don’t remember the third.
I don’t really remember the supplements, but they weren’t that bad.
Difficult/Thought-Provoking College Applications
This is hard because there are a ton of questions with 35, 100, and 150- word limits. “Why Yale” essay. Hard to come up with insightful answers/make an impression with so little space.
I personally wasn’t a fan of the cutesy/philosophical prompts, and the essays that I wrote (but ultimately never submitted) reflected my utter lack of interest. If you enjoy them, UChicago may just be the school for you :P
Only three short i.e. 150 word essays, but one of them referenced Sesame Street. Something along the lines of ‘It’s not easy being green. Discuss.” There was another one on describing a time when you said YES to something. Anyway, I disliked them and never completed my application.
I think there are three short essays, but they require a decent amount of thought. Although UVA is a public school, craft your essays well. The admission officers care a lot about them.
There’s only one short supplement, but it’s a real pain. Hard not to veer into cliche territory.
Tedious College Applications
So many (five?) supplements. Some are generic though. “Why Columbia,” a list of books you’ve read/media you’ve consumed.
Also a lot of supplements. “Why Rice,” “Why Major,” Diversity essay, the famous box (where you can upload any image you want).
I pieced these together from the Oedo Onsen Website (they’re image locked there, so I had to cap them and piece them together). They’re really big images, so tumblr inevitably shrunk them. If you want the full sized versions, I have them uploaded on imgur here.
No need to credit if you use them for graphics (it’s not like I did much work). Just don’t claim you did what I did yourself or something.
The last two are ‘buttons’ that the Oedo Onsen twitter uploaded today. I didn’t do anything to them. They’re just very nice quality so I thought I’d include them in the post.
I’m having a sketch day, so I won’t really have any new images worth uploading for a couple days. Instead, I wanted to share the older piece of mine that is my biggest inspiration for my current body of work that I am creating for Antler Gallery:
“Coragyps atratus”, 2015, Ball point pen, Ink pencils, Acrylic ink, Marker, Colored pencil, Graphite, and Gel pen on Hot-Pressed Watercolor Paper, 18 ¼ x 24in. sold.
This piece was my favorite from my first solo show. It was at the amazing, but sadly no longer around, Roq La Rue Gallery.