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Well then.

Haven’t posted any updates on my burds in awhile.

DIY brush-cleaning jar

Can’t find a good brush-cleaning jar? Making your own is incredibly easy. Just find a wide-mouthed metal can or glass jar, place a metal coil or mesh in the bottom, and add some turpentine.

I picked up a bail jar, some crafting mesh, and voila.

The bail jar is particularly nice because it can be closed when not in use, and seals well.

inonibird:

On the subject of tiny turtles…Been meaning to share (and was actually just about to when the tiny-dream-turtle ask popped up first; spooky o.O): this little pipestone carving was my birthday present to myself when I was up in Michigan a couple of months ago. Picked it up at the Museum of Ojibwa Culture in St. Ignace (along with an Ojibwe dictionary because LANGUAGES). If you’re ever heading up to the U.P., odds are you have to pass through St. Ignace anyway, so I suggest stopping and checking the museum out. It’s a swell little place. c:

inonibird:

On the subject of tiny turtles…

Been meaning to share (and was actually just about to when the tiny-dream-turtle ask popped up first; spooky o.O): this little pipestone carving was my birthday present to myself when I was up in Michigan a couple of months ago. Picked it up at the Museum of Ojibwa Culture in St. Ignace (along with an Ojibwe dictionary because LANGUAGES). If you’re ever heading up to the U.P., odds are you have to pass through St. Ignace anyway, so I suggest stopping and checking the museum out. It’s a swell little place. c:

So, “Thragon Age” was a lot more popular than I was prepared for.

Also, I’m gonna go ahead and address something before anyone else brings it up: the amusing thing to me is that adding marks to a letter makes it a different letter. That’s it. That’s the joke.

Don’t make fun of other languages or people with speech impediments. That’s not cool.

justdippinsaucethings:

kibbi:

Hands/Feet References by *Kibbitzer

I hope this will help you! (more stuff here)

I NEEDED THIS

Ten questions to ask a friend who just read your novel

salviag:

timepolice-art:

mordinwrites:

Found this article. Found it incredibly helpful. Be sure to go read the full story, but these are the ten questions the author (Lydia Netzer) covers in it:

Some of this could be easily adapted into roleplay critiques, though it’s primary use is, of course, novel writing.

Wow yes this is what I need.

Now just to finish actually writing the story :’D ;;

I don’t think I would have thought of half of these.

I wanna go out but it’s 9pm on a Tuesday. Where the hell would I go and what the hell would I do.

coelasquid:

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Art Tip

blacksirensolo:

I can not tell you how important the early stages of creating art is to your final piece. x_x

Do not rush. Do not rush. Do not rush.

Slow down, breath, and make yourself walk through it again before you step forward. 

It amazes me how much it helps when I slow down.