I stumbled upon a website that allows you to blend any colors evenly no matter how opposite on the spectrum they are.
sharing the knowledge
WHERE HAS THIS BEEN ALL MY LIFE???
I LOVE YOU
slam your head into the desk, sacrifice a goat to the gods, and then flail your hands at the keyboard. that’s my method.
*nods* Good method, I like it!
(But seriously, oh my god, I haven’t touched this project in over a year, how do?! I give you SO much credit for writing as much/as often as you do!)
Seriously though? I basically write very very loose outlines, where I basically write what the main point of a chapter should be. When I come back to a project from a long time away I tend to reread the last 4-5 chapters. Then I’ll take the characters and do some writing exercises with them. So throw them into a few odd situations. Maybe Zephyr’s got to wash his own clothes for the first time ever, or Keero manages to actually offend Damien and he can’t make it up in a few minutes with some kisses. Stuff like that. Once you feel more comfortable with the characters and story then try and pick up where you left off. :>
THIS IS GOOD ADVICE, I AM KEEPING IT.
Surnames are just as important as given names. So, I compiled a list of the websites I use to find my surnames.
- English Surnames
- Dutch Surnames
- Spanish Surnames
- Scottish Surnames
- German Surnames
- Italian Surnames
- Irish Surnames
- French Surnames
- Scandinavian Surnames
- Welsh Surnames
- Jewish Surnames
- Surnames By Ethnicity
- Most Common Surnames in the USA
- Most Common Surnames in Great Britan
- Most Common Surnames in Asia
This is a Photoshop tutorial for cutting people out of a background when they have messy hair, so you can keep all of the stray locks/strands and avoid a blocky, unrealistic look without having to manually trace around them yourself.
This tutorial works for both single- and multi-colored backgrounds.
As always, any comments/criticisms on the tutorial are welcome. And please, if you found this helpful, likes and reblogs are much appreciated!
I’m going to take the liberty of posting these links so that it’s easier for you all to write horror, seeing as this is a roleplay focused on the horror genre:
Always good to explore and learn.
Good to see how it’s reached many folks. Here’s a reblog in case you’re looking for free courses and help for academics or independent research.
Reblog. ALWAYS Reblog. This list is amazing.