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So I might have become quickly obsessed with a certain ink demon

With some zoom ins if you click! 
(I only used the highest quality pens I have, for Bendy. And per usual ink standards, I couldn’t fix any mistakes once they were made, so if you see any, I probably already know)

Wow drawing a 1930 style isn’t easy and I’m sure I’m not doing it right in 500 places, but I enjoy the simplistic face bendy has as it’s more fun to, well, bend.

skyc47su  asked:

Would you happen to know an article or list for the official ages for the mercs? The tf2 wiki currently doesn't show their ages in their bios and I was just curious. I've seen posts around with Scout's age but what about the others? (I've seen some stuff of the mercs such as sniper being 26 years old and spy around 45)

At this point in time, the only actual confirmed age is Scout’s at 27-ish.

Everyone else’s age at this point is just speculation or personal headcanons.  However, if you look, there are some well-thought out guesstimates.

Here’s a Reddit post and a Tumblr post where two separate estimates have been made (Reddit guesses on left, Tumblr on right):

Soldier: 52, give or take 4 years / 51

Demo: 35-ish / over 30

Heavy: 45 / 38-40

Engineer: 54 / 55

Medic: Late 30s to Mid 50s / ???

Sniper: No older than 40 / 30 

Spy: 50s / 50.

Pyro: ???we just don’t know??? / ????

All of these, however, are just guesses, so people are free to come up with their own ideas.  My very general guesstimates are:

Soldier: Low-to-Upper 40s
Demo: 35-ish works for me
Heavy: Mid-40s
Engineer: Low-to-Upper 40s (depends how young he started college-level classes)
Medic: Mid-to-Upper 40s
Sniper: Low-to-Mid 30s
Spy: Low-to-Upper 40s
Pyro: An immortal lightbulb

But, until word of canon speaks, anyone is free to make their own guesstimates because nothing here except Scout’s age is actually official.  So go ahead, headcanon the merc’s ages how you want, and have some fun with that freedom.

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It’s exciting that George Martin is still writing the books, you know. That we don’t know what’s gonna happen. That’s very exciting for the audience, for the people making it, for the actors. It does affect what you’re doing in that you can’t really play the endgame because you don’t really know what it is.

anonymous asked:

Hi your art style is really awesome!! I was wondering how do you deal with doubting yourself with being creative ? (like drawing,animation , cosplay ,etc. etc. ) also hope you have a lovely day and keep being amazing~ =]

funny you should ask that, since I’m currently in the worst bout of art-block, self doubt, hate everything I draw phases I’ve had in a while. What I’m doing currently, since it will affect my grades in school, is forcing myself to draw. I’m trying very hard to not think too much about how it looks, and more on how I can get it done. (this is hard bc my motivation is so low even a good grade isn’t enough to get me moving, apparently) At this point I’m just doing my work the second I have even the slightest inkling of motivation, then working till can’t. It’s. its sorta working.

normally, if I have art block, I just take a break. When I feel like nothing’s coming out right, and I think I’m gonna fail, I just let myself feel that way for a little bit and go do something else for a while. THEN, after an hour or two of dicking around on the internet or what have you, I come back and look at WHY I feel that way. if I can figure out why with fresh eyes, I focus on whatever the problem is. If I can’t figure it out, I say, “well there is always tomorrow, you got your whole life ahead of you, no point in wasting your energy on being upset about it” coz you know what one day I’m gonna find a good job and figure shit out and I’m going to look back on this thing that I think is shitty and probably go, “yeah that’s shitty, but I learned this, and I learned that, and I discovered that I really like drawing this certain thing, so it was worth it”

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At the Shibuya Animate Pandora Hearts fair — the the original illustrations used in the final volumes were on display, as well as many of the pages of the last chapter (all the “epilogue” pages were there!). All the Pandora Hearts goods currently out were being sold here, along with all the volumes, fanbooks and artbooks!

Full confession:

I’m 19 and I’m still a serious die-hard Yu-gi-oh fan.

I’m not sure if anyone’s mentioned it, but, I feel a little annoyed that most people I consider it a kid’s thing (both animated series and card game) when it’s much more complex than it looks.

Yes, people can get the hang of it quickly if they put some effort and the series is pretty PG (not counting season Zero obviously), but really? Kid stuff? Even Netflix annoys me when it puts it under the category of “Kid’s TV”.

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Congrats on 16 million subscribers @markiplier!!  That’s mind boggling amount of people and it’s crazy to think that I’ve been in this community for as long as I have. This past year I’ve been a lot more active here and have made one of the best friends I’ve ever had(Lumi) . It makes me so happy to see more and more people coming in and coming together for the causes that we come across. I’m so excited to see what’s next for us all!!



Quick psa: I’ve seen some people developing characters with more muscle and wide hips, and that’s really cool! But as someone who holds muscle and weight around my hips, I’d like to offer a quick reminder that when calculating weight vs. height, to try not to make them underweight for their body type. For an average-height femme character who holds a good amount of muscle/fat in their hips, their waist might be saying “120 lbs,” but realistically it might come out closer to 130-160lb

Just something to consider in a society where weight can strongly affect real-world self-image–standards set by fictional characters can either relieve doubts or create them