took about 3 hours

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I redrew a picture from my trip, this wild coloring is pretty fun.

(Commissions open!)

ripleygamer  asked:

Love your Hunters Mark tattoo, I got a Bloodborne tattoo of my own on my forearm of the Hunter, took four hours to do. How long did yours take?

Nice!!! Mine took about 3 hours and then another hour recently to touch up the parts that didn’t heal well. 

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I did a redraw of some fuckin rad people! Really wish I could have been at PAX this year, but at least I get to see sick pictures like this! This was a lot of fun to work on!

@therealjacksepticeye

@pixlpit

@wiishu

@foolishkia

Writers and Readers:

Okay so I noticed that a few (a lot tbh) writers and readers have this issue with trying to tag someone, but their url not popping up OR it doesn’t link and notify them. As a writer and reader, this is annoying and frustrating. So here’s what you (reader) can do!

  1. Go into settings and click on your main or side blog
  2. Scroll down until you find “Privacy
  3. Make sure you have the first two switched on, like so:

But why?

  • I’ve always had the first switch on, so I truthfully can’t tell you that it will affect the tagging system. If you’re really adamant about keeping it off, then turn it off. But if you’re still not getting tagged/not showing up, then turn it on.
  • This one is a MUST. Having this turned off is basically making you nonexistent. Your url/blog will not show up in any kind of search, either from tumblr or google or whatever engine you use. If you keep it off, your url will not show up at all in the search/tagging system. Keep it on.
  • I had my blog flagged for NSFW because I would have the occasional nsfw post. For some reason (I haven’t figured out why yet) if you have this switched on, you won’t pop up in the search/tagging system. If you’re a hardcore adult-orientated blog, then it’s your choice if you want to keep your blog flagged, or be tagged in a fic.

If you (writer) still can’t tag the reader, then it might be because of:

  1. Main or side blog is protected by a password
  2. Blog is blocked (Person A cannot tag Person B because Person B blocked Person A)
  3. Tumblr is being a sack of burning shit more likely than the two above

spread to let readers know?
@after-avenging-hours (girl i saw those asks, i gotchu) @bovaria @just-call-me-mrs-captain @sebastiansin-221b @fvckingavengers @assembletheimagines @mattymattymerduck @matthewmurrdock @winchester-with-wings @mangosoldier @pleasecallmecaptain @capsbuchanan @catwomvn @stories-from-stark-tower @punkpeqqy @waitingfortherightpartner @avengersandchill @she-who-nailed-it @demonsebastian @sebbytrash @marvel-ash @bionic-buckyb @marveliskindacool @avengerofyourheart
sorry if I forgot anyone, its 4.12am ok

It’s today guys! 

I would like to thank all people for notes! It means for me a lot.

Every painting took me about 3 hours to done, which makes it in total over 45 hours of work. Through this time my style started to change so some of characters needed to be done from the begining. Also I had a little breakdown and I just didn’t wanted to look at my tablet again, BUT here they are I’ve done it and I’m proud of myself that erryday I’ve spent this time just to show the world my art c:

“I told you it’s only gonna get worse if you keep it a secret. It’s not just gonna go away, it doesn’t work like that.”

(I binge watched Eyewitness the other day, and so I have a lot of feelings about it. Have a quick pencil sketch of Philip Shea, because he must be protected at all costs.)

more art and photography

skydiving-zebra  asked:

Today the seniors at my school set off a stink bomb in the gym and then covered our main building in baby oil (particularly the stairs) during second period. It took about 3 hours to get it cleaned up. (I'm glad I wasn't there for it).

I’m always here for senior pranks

Last stand for Standing Rock

Authorities cleared a protest camp where opponents of the Dakota Access oil pipeline had gathered for the better part of a year, searching tents and huts and arresting dozens of holdouts who had defied a government order to leave.

It took 3 ½ hours for about 220 officers and 18 National Guardsmen to methodically search the protesters’ temporary homes on Thursday. Authorities said they arrested 46 people, including a group of military veterans who had to be carried out and a man who climbed atop a building and stayed there for more than an hour before surrendering.

The encampment has stood since August on U.S. Army Corps of Engineers property at the edge of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation near Cannon Ball, North Dakota, about 40 miles south of Bismarck, the state capital.

Protesters calling themselves “water protectors” have rallied there against plans to route the Dakota Access Pipeline beneath a lake near the reservation, saying the project poses a threat to water resources and sacred tribal sites.

Dubbed the Oceti Sakowin camp, the site became a focal point for U.S. environmental activists and Native Americans expressing indigenous rights, drawing some 5,000 to 10,000 protesters at the height of the movement in early December.

Most have drifted since away, as tribal leaders urged people to leave due to harsh winter weather, while pressing their opposition to the pipeline in court. Roughly 300 demonstrators had remained until this week.

Protesters and police have clashed multiple times since August, with more than 700 arrests tallied.

On Wednesday authorities appeared intent on avoiding clashes, though 10 arrests were made as protesters confronted police in riot gear on a highway outside the camp entrance before the officers retreated around nightfall.

President Donald Trump has pushed for completion of the pipeline since he took office last month, signing an executive order that reversed an Obama administration decision and cleared the way for the $3.8 billion project to proceed.

Two tribes earlier this month lost a legal bid to halt construction. The pipeline is due to be complete and ready for oil by April 1, according to court documents filed Tuesday. (AP, Reuters)

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A large crowd representing a majority of the remaining Dakota Access Pipeline protesters march out of the Oceti Sakowin camp before the 2 p.m. local time deadline set for evacuation of the camp mandated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017, near Cannon Ball, N.D. In the background smoke and flames from one of the several structural fires started by the protesters over the course of the day. (Mike McCleary/The Bismarck Tribune via AP)

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National Guard and Police make arrests at the Octei Sakowin Encampment near Cannon Ball, N.D., Feb. 23, 2017. (Mcknight/Rex Shutterstock via ZUMA Press)

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An elderly woman is escorted to a transport van after being arrested by law enforcement at the Oceti Sakowin camp as part of the final sweep of the Dakota Access pipeline protesters in Morton County, Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017, near Cannon Ball, N.D. (Mike McCleary/The Bismarck Tribune via AP, Pool)

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Last stand at Standing Rock

Raymond Kingfisher, 59, of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe, sings during a march on the outskirts of the main opposition camp against the Dakota Access oil pipeline near Cannon Ball, North Dakota, U.S., February 22, 2017. (Terray Sylvester/Reuters)

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Members of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe and others sing as they prepare to evacuate the main opposition camp against the Dakota Access oil pipeline near Cannon Ball, North Dakota, U.S., February 22, 2017. (Terray Sylvester/Reuters)

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Oscar High Elk, 26, of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, prays as he and other members of the tribe prepare to evacuate from the main opposition camp against the Dakota Access oil pipeline near Cannon Ball, North Dakota, U.S., February 22, 2017. (Terray Sylvester/Reuters)

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Police confront protesters refusing to evacuate the main opposition camp against the Dakota Access oil pipeline near Cannon Ball, North Dakota, U.S., February 22, 2017. (Terray Sylvester/Reuters)

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A couple embraces as opponents of the Dakota Access pipeline leave their main protest camp Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017, near Cannon Ball, N.D., as authorities were preparing to shut down the camp in advance of spring flooding season. The Army Corps of Engineers ordered the camp closed at 2 p.m. Wednesday. (Photo: James MacPherson/AP)

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Protesters march, with a structure burning in the background, on the outskirts of the main opposition camp against the Dakota Access oil pipeline near Cannon Ball, North Dakota, U.S., February 22, 2017. (Terray Sylvester/Reuters)

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A fire burns in the background as opponents of the Dakota Access pipeline leave their main protest camp Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017, near Cannon Ball, N.D., as authorities were preparing to shut down the camp in advance of spring flooding season. The Army Corps of Engineers ordered the camp closed at 2 p.m. Wednesday. (Photo: James MacPherson/AP)

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Chanse Zavalla, 26, from California, watches a building burn after it was set on fire by protesters preparing to evacuate the main opposition camp against the Dakota Access oil pipeline, near Cannon Ball, N.D, Feb. 22, 2017. (Photo: Terray Sylvester/Reuters)

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A sign stands at the entrance of the main opposition camp against the Dakota Access oil pipeline, near Cannon Ball, N.D., Feb. 22, 2017. (Photo: Terray Sylvester/Reuters)

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An opponent of the Dakota Access oil pipeline watches a building burn after it was set afire by protesters preparing to evacuate the main opposition camp fighting the pipeline, near Cannon Ball, N.D., Feb. 22, 2017. (Photo: Terray Sylvester/Reuters)

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An opponent of the Dakota Access oil pipeline warms his hands beside a building set on fire by protesters preparing to evacuate the main opposition camp fighting the pipeline, near Cannon Ball, N.D., Feb. 22, 2017. (Photo: Terray Sylvester/Reuters)

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A building burns after it was set on fire by protesters preparing to evacuate the main opposition camp against the Dakota Access oil pipeline, near Cannon Ball, N.D., Feb. 22, 2017. (Photo: Mcknight/Rex Shutterstock via ZUMA Press)

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A building burns after it was set on fire by protesters preparing to evacuate the main opposition camp against the Dakota Access oil pipeline, near Cannon Ball, N.D., Feb. 22, 2017. (Photo: Stephen Yang/Getty Images)

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A building burns after it was torched by protesters preparing to evacuate the main opposition camp against the Dakota Access oil pipeline, near Cannon Ball, N.D., Feb. 22, 2017. (Photo: Terray Sylvester/Reuters)

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A building burns after it was set on fire by protesters preparing to evacuate the main opposition camp against the Dakota Access oil pipeline, near Cannon Ball, N.D., Feb. 22, 2017. (Photo: Terray Sylvester/Reuters)

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A teepee stands in deep mud as protesters prepare to evacuate the main opposition camp against the Dakota Access oil pipeline, near Cannon Ball, N.D., Feb. 22, 2017. (Photo: Terray Sylvester/Reuters)

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Buildings burn after being set on fire by protesters at the main opposition camp fighting the Dakota Access oil pipeline, near Cannon Ball, N.D., Feb. 22, 2017. (Photo: Terray Sylvester/Reuters)

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A building burns after it was set on fire by protesters at the main opposition camp against the Dakota Access oil pipeline, near Cannon Ball, N.D., Feb. 22, 2017. (Photo: Terray Sylvester/Reuters)

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Chanse Zavalla, 26, from California, watches a building burn after it was torched by protesters preparing to evacuate the main opposition camp against the Dakota Access oil pipeline, near Cannon Ball, N.D., Feb. 22, 2017. (Photo: Terray Sylvester/Reuters)

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The Oceti Sakowin protest camp near the site of the Dakota Access pipeline in Cannon Ball, N.D. Gov. Doug Burgum and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers have set a Feb. 22 deadline for demonstrators to vacate and clean up the camp. (Photo: North Dakota Joint Information Center/handout via Reuters)

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Protesters walk through deep mud in the main opposition camp against the Dakota Access oil pipeline, near Cannon Ball, N.D., Feb. 22, 2017. (Photo: Terray Sylvester/Reuters)

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A building burns after being set afire by protesters at the main opposition camp against the Dakota Access oil pipeline, near Cannon Ball, N.D., Feb. 22, 2017. (Photo: Terray Sylvester/Reuters)

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