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inkblotbun:

I’ve seen a lot of this going around and I figured I’d help. 
Seriously, remember the bottom part of the leg is made up of foot bones! It doesn’t have the strength to support that butt all on its lonesome! Plus how could he take a step if he’s squatting without him falling over. Make sure the centre of gravity makes sense, and please- please-
Look at real life and don’t simply copy from artists!

inkblotbun:

I’ve seen a lot of this going around and I figured I’d help. 

Seriously, remember the bottom part of the leg is made up of foot bones! It doesn’t have the strength to support that butt all on its lonesome! Plus how could he take a step if he’s squatting without him falling over. Make sure the centre of gravity makes sense, and please- please-

Look at real life and don’t simply copy from artists!

the-ineffable-pangolin

atinypyramid asked:

Hi guys! Any tips on writing fight scenes? Always been bad at describing what's going on, so pointers would be lovely~
herhmione

thepaperplaneofexistence:

describing eye colors isn’t actually v helpful as a description??? talk about the makeup smeared on the left side, the lines under their eyes, the sloppily cut hair obscuring their eyes from view, how bloodshot or sunken they seem in the face, how wide they go at the slightest sound, how glassy and unblinking they seem, how they’re always darting away

all of that tells me a bit more about the character than whatever shade of gemstone they most resemble, seriously

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How It’s Said (substitutes)
In a happy way: laughed, rejoiced, giggled, joked, lilted, sang out.
In a sad way: cried, agonised, bawled, blubbered, lamented, sobbed, groaned, snivelled, wept, mourned.
In a bossy way: insisted, bossed, demanded, preached, dictated, professed, ordered.
In an angry way: raged, miffed, seethed, fumed, retorted, thundered, blurted.
In a pained way: barked, cried out, cried, screamed, jabbered, bellowed, groaned, howled, shrieked, roared, grieved, wailed, yelped.
In a frightened way: quaked, stammered, shuddered, quivered, trembled.
In an understanding way: empathised, accepted, consoled, crooned, comforted, sympathised, agreed.
In a tired way: mumbled, struggled, emitted, wearied.
In a begging way: beseeched, begged, implored, pleaded, entreated, appealed to.
In a mocking way: mocked, ridiculed, derided, hooted, japed, insulted, jeered, parodied, taunted, teased, chaffed, flouted, degraded, sneered, disdained, jibed, gibed, disparaged, belittled, decried, flouted, fleered, leered, scoffed, sniggered, swiped, scorned, repudiated, lampooned.
In a seductive way: purred, simpered, coaxed, wheedled, persuaded, baited.
As an answer: As an answer: responded, retorted, replied, rejoined, answered, acknowledged.
[Source] [[Jack Teagle]

How It’s Said (substitutes)

In a happy way: laughed, rejoiced, giggled, joked, lilted, sang out.

In a sad way: cried, agonised, bawled, blubbered, lamented, sobbed, groaned, snivelled, wept, mourned.

In a bossy way: insisted, bossed, demanded, preached, dictated, professed, ordered.

In an angry way: raged, miffed, seethed, fumed, retorted, thundered, blurted.

In a pained way: barked, cried out, cried, screamed, jabbered, bellowed, groaned, howled, shrieked, roared, grieved, wailed, yelped.

In a frightened way: quaked, stammered, shuddered, quivered, trembled.

In an understanding way: empathised, accepted, consoled, crooned, comforted, sympathised, agreed.

In a tired way: mumbled, struggled, emitted, wearied.

In a begging way: beseeched, begged, implored, pleaded, entreated, appealed to.

In a mocking way: mocked, ridiculed, derided, hooted, japed, insulted, jeered, parodied, taunted, teased, chaffed, flouted, degraded, sneered, disdained, jibed, gibed, disparaged, belittled, decried, flouted, fleered, leered, scoffed, sniggered, swiped, scorned, repudiated, lampooned.

In a seductive way: purred, simpered, coaxed, wheedled, persuaded, baited.

As an answer: As an answer: responded, retorted, replied, rejoined, answered, acknowledged.

[Source] [[Jack Teagle]

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color-palettes:

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So keep this site in mind if you’re a graphic designer, interior designer, artist, color enthusiast, or whatever! It’s quite awesome.

the-ineffable-pangolin

dr-doc-phd asked:

im here you loser whats up

the-ineffable-pangolin answered:

I have sumMONED YOU

okay so today (instead of doing homework) I went through my ‘my writing’ tag and moved a bunch of stuff into word documents because of reasons

and did you know

did U KNOW

THAT I HAVE WRITTEN

FIFTEEN THOUSAND WORDS OF FANFICTION FOR YOU

I’M NOT EVEN COUNTING HEADCANON SHIT OR STUFF FOR CARMELA AND SEWARD OR THE FRIDAY 500

JUST STRAIGHT UP FIC

I mean I know that’s not a lot compared to other writers, but I don’t do loads of writing so yeah.  If I factored in the F500 it’d be at least 20,000, and the stuff for Carmela and Seward would probably be pretty high too.

Dude now you have to count up all you’ve written for me

the-ineffable-pangolin

the-ineffable-pangolin:

Oh! How was Acdec?
Chaotic.  Devin called about fifteen minutes in because he doesn’t know how to get to South, and then he showed up another fifteen minutes later because apparently the directions weren’t clear enough and he got lost.  Johnson was only there for like five minutes at the beginning before she left us on our own with the teacher from South who’s never run an AcDec meeting before.  Devin and I were the oldest students there so I ended up running the meeting with a sophomore from South. There were eight kids from High (4 freshmen, 2 sophomores, 2 juniors) and two from South (both veteran sophomores) which makes it bigger than any meeting we’ve ever really had before.  The rest of the South team was either at robotics, cross country, or out sick, so I didn’t get to see Austin or Olivia.  And the room was freezing.
But yeah, I think we’ll have a pretty good group this year.

That sounds fun. I may do OneAct again - it’s dimly possible that I could make some morning practices if Johnson does any…