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Apr

demonicdivagation:

HONK HONK WATCH OUT FOR MY DONK
(watching markiplier play turbo dismount is my favorite thing anyday)

demonicdivagation:

HONK HONK WATCH OUT FOR MY DONK

(watching markiplier play turbo dismount is my favorite thing anyday)

awkwardsituationist:

photos by shawn heinrichs at mexico’s isla mujeres, site of the world’s largest aggregation of whale sharks. measuring up to fifty feet long (compare to the thirty foot boat seen here), whale sharks are extremely docile creatures. they are listed as vulnerable by the international union for conservation of nature and natural resources, and these photos were taken to promote the message that the economic benefits of shark tourism outweighs the value of the shark fin trade.

regarding the first and third photos, heinrichs noted, “to get a shot like this requires a lot of technical know-how and experience because focusing on an object above and below the water at the same time is challenging,” adding, “getting the horizon line level and water off the lens is an exercise in patience and determination. (more whale shark photos)

helpfulharrie:


Step 1: Spot your line of action. This is the backbone of your pose, and this should be the first line you draw! Step 2: Break the image down into simple shapes Step 3: Draw your gesture! Any drawing you do should also start with a gesture. The aim of a gesture is not to be correct and perfect, but simply to get the message across. You’re after the essence of the pose, you’ve only got thirty seconds after all!Pixelovely.com is a gesture drawing tool. It generates a random photo, displays it for thirty seconds (or longer if you wish), then generates another. There’s also an option to use ‘class’ mode, where it warms you up with some quick gestures and then gradually moves onto longer poses. If you spend ten minutes or so doing gestures each day, your art and poses will definitely improve c:

Someone on ZU was having trouble with their art looking stiff, so I gave them some tips on gesture drawing. Maybe it’ll help others too!
The stock image used belongs to M.J.Ranum, and is one of the photos on pixelovely c:

helpfulharrie:

Step 1: Spot your line of action. This is the backbone of your pose, and this should be the first line you draw!
Step 2: Break the image down into simple shapes
Step 3: Draw your gesture!

Any drawing you do should also start with a gesture. The aim of a gesture is not to be correct and perfect, but simply to get the message across. You’re after the essence of the pose, you’ve only got thirty seconds after all!

Pixelovely.com is a gesture drawing tool. It generates a random photo, displays it for thirty seconds (or longer if you wish), then generates another.
There’s also an option to use ‘class’ mode, where it warms you up with some quick gestures and then gradually moves onto longer poses.


If you spend ten minutes or so doing gestures each day, your art and poses will definitely improve c:

Someone on ZU was having trouble with their art looking stiff, so I gave them some tips on gesture drawing. Maybe it’ll help others too!

The stock image used belongs to M.J.Ranum, and is one of the photos on pixelovely c:

moon-roses:

i’m not kidding the worst sound ever is the crack in the voice of a person who is about to cry

Wanna be nosy. . . here's your chance.

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Virgin?
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Age you get mistaken for
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Have tattoos?
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Got any piercings?
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Want any piercings?
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Best friend?
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Biggest turn offs
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Favorite movie
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I’ll love you if
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Someone you miss
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Most traumatic experience
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What I hate most about myself
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What I love most about myself
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What I want to be when I get older
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My relationship with my sibling(s)
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My relationship with my parent(s)
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My idea of a perfect date
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My biggest pet peeves
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A description of the girl/boy I like
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A description of the person I dislike the most
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A reason I’ve lied to a friend
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What I hate the most about work/school
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What your last text message says
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What words upset me the most
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What words make me feel the best about myself
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What I find attractive in women
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What I find attractive in men
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Where I would like to live
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One of my insecurities
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My childhood career choice
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My favorite ice cream flavor
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The last thing I ate
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Sexiest person that comes to my mind immediately
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Anonymous asked: u slut

loL you’re so funny

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iamcompletecrap:

i wish i was even half as brave as finn

(Source: thespoonmissioner)

jordybordychan:

foxyplaydate:

thechronicleofshe:

zerogramsfat:

piranhapunk:

pickypikachu:

faalq:

Holy crap, that character customization. What, what, what.

EA TAKE NOTICE. 

i need this right now i don’t care if there’s no playable game i just want the character creator give me the character creator

GIVE TO ME

YOU COULD LITERALLY MAKE IT LOOK EXACTLY LIKE YOURSELF 

I WANT IT SO BAD

I want this so bad

Yoooooooo