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art masterpost

athenaccykes:

so i know a bunch of artists have a lot of trouble finding help and stuff so here !!! have a list of refs and shit

youtube channels:

sycra

jetty jet show

mb workshops

fzdschool

bobmeatbag (doesnt make tutorials but his processes are really interesting and his…

Creating a Fictional Currency

thewritingcafe:

Anonymous asked you:

Hello I was wondering if you had any advice on creating a fictional currency. It’s for an old-fashioned world sort of like Final Fantasy or Legend of Zelda. But I don’t want to use gold or credit because those are really popular currency types.

lackofa:

cute-whales:

oh my gosh! absolutely stunning..

This is hypnotizing

lackofa:

cute-whales:

oh my gosh! absolutely stunning..

This is hypnotizing

steppauseturnpausepivotstepstep:

doctorwhothefuckisthis:

Fuck you for being smart

this is actually better than the spoon thing cause you dont have to hold it in place.

Smart move! :3 someday ill try it

steppauseturnpausepivotstepstep:

doctorwhothefuckisthis:

Fuck you for being smart

this is actually better than the spoon thing cause you dont have to hold it in place.

Smart move! :3 someday ill try it

cloudstrife-appreciation:

kerotres:

Have some cloudy coffee x)

H-how do you do that.

I want and i need this every morning… *////* cause of reasons

cloudstrife-appreciation:

kerotres:

Have some cloudy coffee x)

H-how do you do that.

I want and i need this every morning… *////* cause of reasons

Writing Pirates - A Resource List

writingandresources:

A helpful list of resources for all your fictional victorian piracy needs, brought to you by writingandresources!

(The sources on this particular list is mostly relevant to European pirates of the 16th and 17th centuries only, not modern or Asian pirates. Some…

oldbookillustrations:

Ah love! could thou and I with fate conspire.
René Bull, from Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám, rendered into English by Edward FitzGerald, London, 1913.
(Source: archive.org)

oldbookillustrations:

Ah love! could thou and I with fate conspire.

René Bull, from Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám, rendered into English by Edward FitzGerald, London, 1913.

(Source: archive.org)

joebagofdoughnuts:

nevver:

Matchsticks, Andy Yoder

" I don’t want to set the world on fire, I just want to watch it burn. "

Choose your self-presentations carefully, for what starts out as a mask may become your face.

— Erving Goffman (via runningthroughtheautumnleaves)


#493, Arceus

My trainer-self says yes!

#493, Arceus

My trainer-self says yes!

katyfarina:

I totally forgot for a while…….
Switching media for these!!

Happens often :P

katyfarina:

I totally forgot for a while…….

Switching media for these!!

Happens often :P

sleepystoryteller:

A Midsummer Night’s Dream by Arthur Rackham 

sleepystoryteller:

A Midsummer Night’s Dream by Arthur Rackham