tutorials masterpost

everchangingotps  asked:

Hi! I want to draw people with a lot of emotion captured, but I don't really know how to do it so that the viewer feels something. I want to show more emotion, I guess? (This was really unclear, I know :0) Thank you so much!

What a great question, @everchangingotps​!

I think studying anatomy helps a lot. Facial muscles are a bit complex, and they move in different ways to make the frowns and smiles happen!

Here’s a few great resources I found:


If you liked this post, please consider reblogging this post so more artists can see it! 

Also it would mean the world to me if you checked out my art at @astrikos

Thank you for your continued support! 

scentedmoonobservation  asked:

So, you know I'm rather new to the fandom, and this will be my first comeback, and I want to do anything I can to help make this comeback a success for our boys. Can you tell me what I can do? like I dont know if I will be able to buy the album, but what other things can I do and where? Thanks~

Sure thing! I’ll give you some basics of what a typical comeback is like for fans! I hope this info is helpful for all BABYz and thanks to the awesome BABYz who provided tutorials for all of these methods!

Social Media

The easiest method is to just promote BAP as much as possible for every comeback. Whether it’s Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook, Instagram, or Snapchat, introducing BAP to other K-Pop fans as well as people who are not into K-pop is seriously so helpful. The more we talk about BAP, the more exposure they’ll get, which will lead to more fans and more opportunities for BAP in the future! 

I cannot stress this enough when I say that when discussing BAP on social media PLEASE keep your posts and comments positive. Talk about how great the songs are, how perfect the MV is, write about OT6′s flawless singing and dancing, etc; however, DON’T make negative posts criticizing BAP/BABYz/other fandoms because it really reflects back on BAP. DON’T start rumors or spread them, DON’T post or repost negative comments/posts from others, and DON’T write negative comments directly to BAP on sns. Also, even though we all can agree TS sucks, it’s clear that they go out of their way to avoid any concerns from BABYz. Even though it’s frustrating, before you send them emails, call their offices, or threaten to fly to Korea and punch every employee at TS in the face, PLEASE think of what your words/actions will do to BAP. We don’t know what truly goes on with BAP and TS, so it’s best to remain positive and focuse on promoting the boys and patiently waiting for news from TS and then we can punch everyone if they fuck up as usual :D

Physical Albums

Even though you’re still unsure about buying a physical copy of the album, if you do end up deciding it’s best to buy from stores whose sales count towards charts, such as Gaon and Hanteo. Preordering is also really important for sales within the first week, so here are a few verified stores for each chart in addition to TS Ent.’s official store:

Hanteo: KPopTown, KpopMart, YesAsia (there is a global site and US site, this is the global site link)

Gaon: Melon, MNet

Searching

Searching for BAP online will actually help them gain exposure and hype about their comeback. Simply go on the Naver website or app, type in “BAP ROSE”, click on and share articles on your social media, clear your history, and repeat! 

There are also search attacks that we do, in which there are scheduled times for BABYz to search about BAP on Naver in order to get them trending. If you check BAPdomination on Twitter, they post the schedules and search words for each day.

Voting

Voting will help BAP win on music programs, as well as for appearances on various variety shows (which will increase their exposure and popularity). The Vote4BAP Twitter provides info for where streaming/voting can be done.

You can vote for BAP on Show Champion, Inkigayo, Music Bank, Music Core, and MNet Countdown using the tutorials provided by BABYz.

Streaming

Streaming allows for digital sales, which count for roughly 50% of votes on music shows. In order to stream, you need to purchase passes on sites like Genie or Melon. 

Melon 

Melon streaming can seem intimidating, but there are literally soooo many wonderful BABYz who are always offering to help set up an account, or even stream for you (a lot of BABYz actually advertise this kind of help on Twitter/Tumblr/Instagram so make sure to stay on your social media grind during comebacks!). In order to stream on Melon, you need to create and account and either use your PC or dowload the mobile app. There’s a document that BABYz made that explains the whole process along with an FAQ if you have any trouble.

TS YouTube Channel

You can also stream the official MV on TS Ent.’s YouTube channel (it’s best to watch the MVs on TS’s channel even though 1theK also posts the MV and has more subscribers [which means more exposure] but really focus on TS’s channel first and foremost. Stream in 720p or above, like/comment/share the MV on all social medias, watch the full MV without pausing AND at a volume above 50%. Also DON’T click replay or refresh the page; instead, play the video incognito or clear your history. You can also create a playlist of just the MV so that it continuously loops.

Tudou

Streaming can also be done on Tudou to help BAP win on THE SHOW. Open this link in incognito mode and click the orange button beside the ROSE MV. You don’t have to watch the whole MV ~ there are two lines when the video loads: orange and gray. Let the gray line load fully after you press play and that counts as a stream. Make sure you don’t mute the video while it’s playing, otherwise it doesn’t count. As always, delete your history/cookies and try from all devices and computers.

Naver TV Cast

Finally, streaming can be done on Naver TV cast, but the options listed above tend to be the most used by fans (especially Tudou - BAP tend to win a lot on THE SHOW since it’s a system solely based on the input of fans’ streaming, but it has been known to be messy sometimes when counting votes so NEVER STOP STREAMING lol).

Fancafe/Daum tutorial

itsBAP actually has a tutorial to make an account to join BAP’s official fanclub, in case anyone was interested in this option as well!

Of course, there are so many ways to support BAP in their comebacks, but above all just being a loyal BABY is the best support you can give! Let’s all work together to make this comeback a success and make 2017 BAP’s year! Fighting! ♡

DIY Tutorials!

Posting for any new followers who may not have seen my TAGS page!

And as always, feel free to send in requests. I’ll try my best to help you out!

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GOLDEN DISK AWARD

ASTRO have been nominated for Golden Disk Award’s ‘Newcomer of the Year Award’, Please support them!

Current Ranking (December 7)

  1. ASTRO - 23.02%
  2. Jung Seung Hwan - 22.16%
  3. SNUPER - 16.22%
  4. I.O.I - 12.16%
  5. NCT 127 - 8.27%
  6. KNK - 7.40%
  7. BLACKPINK - 5.69%
  8. IMFACT - 2.81%
  9. WJSN - 1.27%
  10. PENTAGON - 0.69%
  11. Gugudan - 0.13%
  12. Bolbbalgan 4 - 0.11%

We have a chance to hold the lead! If you have an android and can start voting now, the earlier the better, since you can earn additional free votes just by voting daily!

[OFFICIAL APP INFO FOR POPULAR VOTE]

# Vote Counts
Most Favorite Artist = 100% votes of Album + Digital Song + Rookie C

# Total Votes
Total numbers are not public, but the ratio will be updated every minute.

How to participate:
Download the Official App, Sign In (Mobile Register), and can vote up to 15 times per day.

# Vote Period
December 5, 2016 10 am KST to January 12, 2017 12 AM (KST)

TUTORIAL: How to vote

  1. Download APP (Android only, not yet available for iOS)
    Link https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ilgan.GoldenDiskAwards2016&hl=en
  2. Or, visit the play store and search for “Golden Disk Award

  3. Authenticating Your Account
    Before voting, you have to authenticate your account. (You can collect points without authenticating, but you MUST authenticate your account before you able to vote!)
    1. Go to ‘Vote’Click ‘Rookie’
    2. Click the button to vote for ASTRO
    3. You will then be prompted to authenticate your account using a mobile phone first.

If you do not receive your authentication code: Go to settings and find your “User Code” at the top. Write this down. Go to customer support, and click the email at the bottom to send Golden Disk Awards an email. Make the subject of your email “authentication” and title something along the lines of “did not receive authentication code”. In the body of your email, include the following: User Code, Country, Mobile Phone. Let them know what your issue is. Within 24 hours you should receive a reply with the proper authentication code you can use to activate your account and begin voting!

Collecting Points:

Golden Disk Awards allows you to vote on a point system. By either paying or completing offers or participating in events you can collect points. 1 vote = 200 points.

Tips:

If you vote more than twice per day (3 times a day at least) then you will receive 400 free points the next day. So if you vote 3 times that day, you will receive 2 free votes tomorrow. There are two strategies to ensure that you can vote everyday.
Make sure you are voting 3 times a day. If you cannot spend tons of time doing offers, only vote 3 times everyday. This ensures that you will receive 400 points (2 votes) the next day every time. In order to vote the third time, you need to either gain 200 points every day, or you need to collect a lot of points all at once.

DO NOT vote when you have anything less than 600 points. In order to guarantee you can get 2 free votes the next day, you must spend at least 600 points on the previous day.

Personally, I advise sitting down and doing offers in your free time, and only voting 3 times a day.

Picking offers: I always pick offers that are just watching videos. Sign ups and surveys are more time consuming to copmlete. You can download apps if you have space on your phone, but click the offer to ensure that you only have to download the app to receive the reward, and not like reach level 6 in order to receive your points.

For anything that requires an email and says that they will be emailing you for confirmation, make sure you confirm it. You will not receive points until there is that confirmation.

Check the events daily! So far they have been easy to complete and do not require points of any sort. Mine is automatically linked to my facebook, making it easier for me.

Checking ASTRO’s Current Status:

ASTRO’s overall status:  Vote → Total Up → Rookie

ASTRO’s daily status: Vote → Rookie

If you have any additional questions, visit our ask box and ask away!

dedicated to freethepoets​ (check her out!)

Okay, this is basically compiled from maybe 20-30 different sources, so there’s a lot of info here. one hella big masterpost.  Even though there’s so many, I have personally checked each link to make sure it works, so you shouldn’t have to worry about that. Note: if marked with *, it’s digital/tablet art most likely. This is a really long post, so look under the cut. Follow for more master posts and references!

Photoshop/sai*
Tutorial for Beginning Photoshoppers
Photoshop help blog (2) (3)
Painting tutorial 
how to shift images using blur
brush stuff (2) (3) (4) (5)
glow in sai 
lineart 
coloring art (2cloth)(hair)
how to draw clouds 
glow 
how to make stars
water fire snow light 
light sparkle 
mountains (2) moon ice
strawberry 
greyscale tutorial 
ps layers 
glitch effect 
blending
download ps (2) (3) 
this tag (ps) (2)
this tag (sai) 

Other Graphic Stuff*
Make multi-page images 
Pixel art (2) (3 eyes)(hair)(fur)(4)
image types (jpeg,etc.)
slime 
pattern library 
lots of templates 
textures 
backgrounds

Gifs*
Gif to flipbook 
easy toon 
how to make one 
this tag

Fonts/Typography
Google Fonts 
font out of your handwriting 
my tag 
this tag

Colors and Coloring
Color Basics
Color Blender *
Color Palette Generator
Great Color scheme designer 
Get info about a color by its hexcode * 
What colors pair well with others? 
A bunch of color groups/palettes (2)(3) (4)
how to make a color palette
shading
coloring * 
adobe color wheel 
gradients *

Photo Editors/ mess around with art*
QueekyPaint 
Pixlr 
MyPaint 
Alchemy 
OpenCanvas 
gimp (how to use it for shading)
more here and here 
enliighten 
online image editor 
kleki 
sumopaint 
sketchtoy 
cloudpaint 
psykopaint

Drawing People/Animals Tutorials/References

How to draw dreadlocks and other black hairstyles (poc)
How to draw wolf/dog ears 

Arms
body motion 
hands (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)
feet (2) (3)
knees
faces/ heads  (2) (3-lighting) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11)(12)
profiles 
kissing (2)
Dragons! (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)  
clawed hand                                  
 expressions (2) (3)
how to keep variation when drawing faces
comprehensive body refs/tutorials (2) (3) (4)(5) (6) (7 could be slightly nsfw)(8 nsfw-ish)(9) (10) (11) (12)  (13 nsfw)
body ref (you get to create the poses)
skin tone ref
scratches

hats on people (2) (hoods)
horns
dinosaur
centaurs 
werewolf
skin color palette (2 is skin in-depth tutorial) 
more skin helps (2) (3)
butts and thighs 
cool mutant human skeleton refs
male torso (2)
female body
torso 
abs
bipeds
creating creatures 
felines  (paws)
lion head
animals (general) (paws)(fur)(2)
how to draw penises (nsfw i guess)
sitting poses (2)
hair (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10)(11) (12)(13)(14)(15) (braids) (more braids)(braids)
clothing (2) (jeans) (boots) (plaid)(lace) (armor)
tights
horses (2) (3) (hooves)(legs + hooves)
dogs  (2) (3)
cats (big cats) (cats 2)
tiger 
butterfly
feathers 
bear
rat
fox
rabbits
owl
wolf paw (head) (body)
human wings (2) 
wings (2) (3)
pegasi (is that the plural?)
anime eyes (2)
eyes (2) (3) (4)
cool body visualizer 
ears (2) (3) (4 + noses)
noses (2)
mouth (2) (3) (4)
beards 
necks (2)
skull (2) 
boobs

Inanimate object Tutorials/References
How to draw trees (2) *
Awesome water ref 
clouds * (2)
rose (2) bush*
grass in sai/ps * (2) (3) 
rain * 
water *
folds 
3d rooms how to
cloth 
gun ref (2)
chain how to 
how to draw gems 
bullet 
lightsaber 
gold coins 
how to draw an apple 
shadows

Other
Make a comic strip 
Digital sculpting *
Silk art 
art prompt generator (2)
clay figurines 
how to watercolor 
how to add dimensions to your art 
watercolor pencil technique (2)

Other Resources 
Hella tutorials here as well 
drawspace
this blog 
this page 
art ref blog 
inking masterpost 
art youtube channel 
this site
AWESOME AMAZING FOLDER OF ART HELP PDFS
fashion infographics  
these master posts 
ps blog (2) 
this post *
body ref blog 
master post of art resources 
this art tag (2)

the dos and don’ts of taking a “good” photo

anon 1 asked:  so i really want to start posting original content on my studyblr (idek if i have any on it rn lmao) but my phone camera isn’t very good and I want my pictures to look nice. any suggestions?
anon 2 asked:  Do you have any tips for taking good studyblr photos? Ps I love your blog x
@sunlight-study asked hi!! my name is ellie, and I’m a new studyblr. I saw your masterpost for new studyblrs, and I was wondering if you had any tips or thoughts on actually taking the pictures you post?

hey! it’s your girl joce, here with a few basic tips on taking photos of stuff! these are only the bare bones of taking a good photo, and are supposed to only be basic guidelines to help! hope these dos and don’ts will help you guys!

01. Shadow

sooo basically, when you’re taking your photo with whatever camera it is, make sure you don’t have any shadows covering your content!!! if your hand or your camera’s shadow is visible in the photo, get it outta there asap!!! having a shadow over your stuff is kinda icky, so let’s just try to avoid that in general, shall we?

02. White vs Yellow

Your lighting matters a lot! When you’re taking photos, having a bright, white light source is always the best! Your first, free, super good light source is natural light! take a photo near a window in the morning or something for really good white, natural, bright light! If smh there’s no natural light, using light from a lightbulb that gives off white light is the best. 

White is always your best bet. If you use light sources that don’t give off white light, you might end up with wonky looking photo lighting!!

03. Angle: Angles 

There isn’t really any specific rule to this, and at what angle you choose to take your photo matters purely on your content / photo subject. but in general, you want to get a photo of  just your content. 

You can take a shot straight on, tilted, from a side angle, anything! just as long as you think it looks nice.

04. Angles: Whole vs Part

What you also wanna consider is when you take your shot, you want to get your content, but if it’s a notebook, do you take a picture of all of the notebook? do you want to take a partial shot and take lots of partials or do you want one full body shot? i rec. taking a photo that just covers the whole of your subject matter, but once again, it depends on what you think is good!

05. Angles: Extra Bits

so when you take your photo, like tip 04, try not to get unnecessary extra bits in your photo. for example, if you’re taking a photo of a lettering and you place it on a desk, clear your space. you don’t need tissues and eraser bits lying around your photo. Also, if you’re taking a picture, just get a picture of the lettering, no need to get the rest of your desk and the floor as well. those are extra bits we don’t need.

06. With or Without the Stuff You Used

So basically people usually take pictures of notes and stuff. In the photos, you often see pens or extra bits (maybe things that fit the color scheme of the photo, etc.). It’s totally up to you if you want to add pens or markers or whatever to your photo. just make sure that whatever you add contributes to the photo overall and doesn’t take attention away from the photo.

07. Background

So this is once again a matter of personal opinion, but your background is very important! You can have your photo have only your content (i.e. a notebook, the pic only has ur ntoebook paper shown in it, no desk space or anything), or it can have a background. Your background can be your desk, a white space (or any space with solid colors), your patterned bedsheets, anything goes, as long as it looks good to you!!!

so yeah! those are 7 quick tips to photo taking, hope they helped!! 

also, stay tuned for part two of the photo taking masterpost: photo editing. 

hope this helped!!! xoxo
-jo

It’s that time of the year again. My finals are coming in 1 month, and since May is always full of holidays in my country, there really isn’t much time left.

So here’s an ultimate guide on how to get shit done.

Keep reading

Clothes

Beauty

Accessories 

Room Decor

Others

eyebrow

perfect brow tutorial | alexis kaymor

how to use dipbrow | thomasadrianna *

how i fill in my eyebrows | genamourr

eyeliner

easy eyeliner | kaushal beauty

perfect winged eyeliner (new technique) | eimear mcelheron

bold

grunge glam holiday | carli bybel *

the nudes tutorial | stillglamorus

doll eyes with dark plum lips | lauren curtis

makeup tutorial for black woman with dark skin | dark-skinned divas *

african blue smokey eye | pretty1234me *

date night makeup + hair/outfit | lovemelisamichelle *

wedding makeup tutorial | fatiha rouf * 

ombre lip | glambymelitv

simple

natural prom makeup | lauren curtis

kylie jenner inspired | kaushal beauty *

lana del rey makeup | maya mia

makeup for fair skin | lauren curtis

simple everyday makeup | lizlizlive *

why & how to contour | missy lynn *

highlight, contour, and foundation for dark skin | chanel boateng *

go-to fall makeup | rhaeaestelle

winter/holiday makeup | nathalie paris

makeup tutorial | acacia brinley [part 2 here]

acne

how to cover acne/blemishes | lauren curtis

how to get clear skin, remove acne, dark circles | farahdhukai *

acne coverage foundation routine | iheartmakeup92

acne coverage foundation routine | omabelle tv *

  • MAKEUP

- everyday makeup tutorial

- drugstore makeup tutorial (Tanya Burr)

- other tutorial by Tanya Burr

- inspired makeup

- one brand makeup tutorial

- makeup tutorial with naked palette

- bronze makeup tutorial with naked palette

- brown smokey eye makeup tutorial

- brown smokey eye makeup tutoral #2

- everyday makeup tutorial with naked1 palette

- MAC lipstick swatches

how to apply makeup step by step 

+ foundation routine

  • HAIR

- quick and easy / loose curls

- high ponytail tutorial

- high ponytail tutorial #2

- 4 messy bun tutorials (no heat!)

- messy beach waves

- 6 different hair styles

- messy bun tutorial for short hair

- half-up pony tail tutorial 

There are many times when I hear other student complain about writing a comparative essay. It’s true that they are somewhat harder than a classic one subject essay, which is why I made this guide. Here is how I learned (and prefer) to write comparative essays, particularly in English but it can easily be adapted to other subjects! 

So lets go step by step through the essay:

>> TITLE

  • so this is a pretty important part of your essay and you will 100% be judged on it. 
  • bad title = teacher isn’t excited to read 
  • Your title should state the texts you’re talking about (whether it be the characters or authors) and the topic you are exploring. 
  • I like to use the “quote” : statement of essay / subject of essay  
  • Example: “These violent delights have violent ends” : Temptation and Revenge in Hardy’s Tess of the D’Urbervilles and Austen’s Persuasion. 
  • YEah its long. but long titles aren’t necessarily bad. 
  • Or follow the title format your teacher provides! 

>> INTRODUCTION

  • no generalizations. you should be talking about your subject (i.e. books) from beginning to end. talking about the world and then narrowing to a thesis is a) very difficult and b) tells the reader that if you’re generalizing in your intro, you’ll probably be generalizing in the rest of your essay. 
  • no “this essay will” statements. Just get into it. Stating what your essay will be doing is redundant and takes up precious words. 
  • identify your subject in the first sentence. Don’t make the intro a long mystery to the subject. Stay to the point. Your subject shouldn’t be too far from your thesis.
  • set up your thesis. In one or two sentences, set the table for the meal! For comparison essays, I usually devote one sentence to each subject and explain how the topic (1st sentence) is related. 
  • thesis statement. You have the table ready, and now its time to serve the meal. Your thesis statement should be what you argue. In some cases, teachers ask for your three justifications but some don’t. Make sure to check with your professor on what sort of thesis statement they prefer!

>> BODY

  • the ~fun~ part. 
  • Generally, you should avoid re-stating comments made in class. You want your ideas to be original, to show the teacher you’ve truly understood and analyzed the texts. 
  • integrate quotes plentifully and only what is necessary. The general rule I use is no quote over 6 words! Quoting one word is fine but that word should support your arguments. For example, its okay to say: Anne was “resentful” (Citation) and “genuinely disliked” Eric (Citation). It supports your statement and gives the citation right away. 
  • That being said, combine quotes and ideas. Especially when the word count is small, its important to compress things into precise, and concise sentences. Try to explain, What and how in one sentence. 
  • have a dense analysis. have nothing unnecessary. Every. Word. Counts. 
  • ****Don’t address the texts separately! Many have been taught to devote one paragraph to one text, another paragraph to the other text. DO NOT DO THIS! Address both. For example: Anne was “resentful” towards Eric when he cheated on her, just as Taylor was “angry” to the extent of “seeking revenge” upon Nate. Combine both as much as you can.***
  • do not take a bias. Address both texts evenly. 
  • never mention the reader or the readers actions. you don’t control how the reader responds. 
  • avoid summary-style writing. the teacher / grader knows the text, so you don’t have to summarize the plot. 
  • make sure your arguments relate back to the thesis ALWAYS. 

>> CONCLUSION

  • wow you did it and now you gotta wrap it up. 
  • unset the table. 
  • state how your arguments make your thesis the best thing ever. 
  • but don’t introduce anything new. you end with explaining how the two texts and the arguments associated with your thesis are important. and then you re-state your thesis. 
  • that’s it. 

my other tips / masterposts

stay humble study hard <3

[BABYz]

The B.A.P masterpost on streaming/voting has now been updated. Please note following changes:

  • MTV The Show SNS voting has been removed entirely. Digital streaming + downloading songs is now counted as 70% of the votes.
  • MBC has changed their rules for Show Champion online voting. It means that you have to download the Idol Champion app on your phone in order to cast your votes.
  • You will need to stream on Melon as much as possible, and not just once per hour, because Gaon counts your all-time streaming.
  • I added a link to BABYz helping out with Melon streaming passes. Check the Melon tutorial document in the masterpost.

That’s about it, BABYz. Let’s fighting.

x

positive spellwork

@marcus-s-bitch asked for help with positive spells, so i figured i’d make a small master post for things that bring specifically happiness (not so much protection. i’ll make a post for that later)

colors for happiness

(note: these are good for candles; crystals you might not know; colored cloths, bags, and papers; inks; and auras. also note that these colors also do other things! i can post complete guides to each individually if you want)

pink

-good for love, friendship, caring, affection, peace, emotionally healing, and loyalty

- fire element

yellow

-also good for studying and creativity

- confidence and happiness!

-fire element

orange

-happiness and general social situations

-luck

-works FAST

brown

-in this case, it’s good for friendship

flowers

gardenia- happiness and love


lily of the valley- happiness

dandilion- cleansing and happiness

hyacinth- helps ease the pain of mourning, happiness

orange tulips- tulips are cool because it’s more the color and less the actual                             flower. so like pink/yellow/orange would all work!

african violet- also helps with good dreams and divination

crystals for happiness

rose quartz

rhodocrosite

celestite (also good for dreams~)

citrine

aventurine

sugilite

amethyst

clear quartz~

lapis lazuli

goldstone (though this is more a power stone; you can seal positive energies into it!)

herbs for happiness
(alphabatized!)

acacia

agar agar

alfalfa

alkanet (burn dat shit)

almonds

aloe

anise

apple blossoms

azaleas

balm of gilead

banyan

basil

bee pollen

black pepper

blessed thistle

blue violet

bluebells

buckeyes

calamint

cedar

CELADINE

chamomile

cinnamon

clover

heather

heliotrope

high john

iris

irish moss

jasmine

How to make a bullet journal

Recently some of you asked me how a bullet journal works, how you make it etc… so I’ve decided to make a post explaining how and why i use it.

What is a bullet journal?
Its a journal that you can use as a planner and reminder for yourself, school, social life and/or sports etc.

What do you use?
I use a  squared moleskin, i prefer squares but it works with lines as well.
I have some washi tape that I use to decorate my journal, because lets face it, a happy journal makes the tasks easier to do. The box on the left are my thin-lined markers and the right box are my fineliners, both are from a dutch brand called, “Hema” and almost the same as stabilo finalizers only they’re 3 times cheaper
I prefer some stickers that I put on the side of an important page as a sign, i only do that when I need a reminder because of a task that deserves special attention.

How does it work?
First of you make a Key/Legend with symbols and bullets that work for you, so you can identify each task under a certain category and/or color.
As you can see on the photo I work with both colors and bullets. Each color represents a part of my daily life and the bullets are a quick reminder of what they are.

I’ve put in habits as well, I often forget to drink enough and relax during school/study time. That’s why I often make time for a relax break. I put them in my day-to-day planning so I get reminded of them when iI check my planning. The water is added as a tally each day.

The next step depends on you preference, I made a index so i can find things quicker, it’s just organized that way. (this is my second journal, I lost the old one. so there’s not much in it, yet!)  in the index i write the month and the pages that belong to it, now you can see that i sometimes make lists, after that i continue with the page counting for the month.

After the index i made a month planning in which i wrote all the things i know will happen in that month. The colors show what they represent. I wrote down the day and the number so I can check with a quick scan what i know is coming this month (e.g. my hours at work change every month so this gives me insight of my hours every month.)

Now the real thing, i plan day to day and it may not look like much but these are my obligatory (well most of them) tasks. I write the day and date so i cant confuse myself. How and what you plan is up to you.

And that’s how it’s done. Well at least how I do it. I really hoped this helped and feel free to ask if you have questions! x

How to Knit Your Own UT Sweater: a Tutorial (MASTERPOST)

Hiiii guys! Don’t know if any of you know this (LOL as if, like I haven’t spammed this shit enough, right??) but I made a knitting tutorial awhile back! This tutorial is specifically tailored (lol) for knitting sweaters, great for fun or cosplay or whatever! I originally wrote this with Undertale cosplays in mind, but I mean. It’s a sweater. It can be for anything! (And I mean, I only use the determination joke, like, once.)

Both are my finished products from this tutorial - along with more testimonials a bit further down!


~*~ The Tutorial ~*~

Part 1 (Materials)

Part 2 (Sizing and Planning)

Part 3 (Starting the Body)

Part 4 (Bulk of the Body)

Part 5 (Shaping the Back)

Part 6 (Rinse and Repeat)

Part 7 (Shaping the Front)

Part 8 (The Neckhole)

Part 9 (The Sleeves and Stuff)

Part 10 (The Part Where You Sew and Don’t Knit)


Testimonials!

blueviolinist’s Asriel sweater!

onebizarrekai’s Chara sweater!

stiechen’s sweater!

maybe more idk i’m bad at tagging haha. i’m so sorry

How to add another keyboard to your Windows 10 Computer

Now you choose the language of your choice. Make sure you are connected to the internet. When choosing an option, the language package should download automatically. When you click on the language, a button for Options should appear. There you can do stuff.


If you want to make the new language the main language of your Computer, click on it, and an option should appear too.


If you want to switch keyboards, press the following buttons :

I hope this helped! Good luck