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sarcoptid:

regalium:

IDK IF YOU KNOW ABOUT THIS WEBSITE YET, BUT I DON’T EVEN CARE IF YOU DO.

CHARAHUB BASICALLY ALLOWS YOU TO MAKE A DIRECTORY OF ALL YOUR OCS.

LIKE SO

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AND SO (they let you get super detailed)

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It lets you store 100 characters (you gain 2 extra slots…

72 demon a day drawing challenge

demonologys:

this drawing challenge pertains to the demons of the ars goetia! 

for 72 demons this challenge lasts for 72 days

for more information/inspiration for your art, i have provided a reference link here (respective demons names are also linked to informative articles)

  1. Bael
  2. Agares
  3. Vassago
  4. Samigina
  5. Marbas
  6. Valefor
  7. Amon
  8. Barbatos
  9. Paimon
  10. Buer
  11. Gusion
  12. Sitri
  13. Beleth
  14. Leraje
  15. Eligos
  16. Zepar
  17. Botis
  18. Bathin
  19. Sallos
  20. Purson
  21. Marax
  22. Ipos
  23. Aim
  24. Naberius
  25. Glasya-Labolas
  26. Bune
  27. Ronove
  28. Berith
  29. Astaroth
  30. Forneus
  31. Foras
  32. Asmoday
  33. Gaap
  34. Furfur
  35. Marchosias
  36. Stolas
  37. Phenex
  38. Halphas
  39. Malphas
  40. Raum
  41. Focalor
  42. Vepar
  43. Sabnock
  44. Shax
  45. Vine
  46. Bifrons
  47. Uvall
  48. Haagenti
  49. Crocell
  50. Furcas
  51. Balam
  52. Alloces
  53. Camio
  54. Murmur
  55. Orobas
  56. Gremory
  57. Ose
  58. Amy
  59. Oriax
  60. Vapula
  61. Zagan
  62. Volac
  63. Andras
  64. Haures
  65. Andrealphus
  66. Cimejes
  67. Amdusias
  68. Belial
  69. Decarabia
  70. Seere
  71. Dantalion
  72. Andromalius

fucktonofanatomyreferences:

A lovely fuck-ton of animal paw references (per request).

kayliesaurusrex:

my dear friend Jessi (lilylilymine) whom i really admire told me she liked the way i draw legs (thank you, btw!) and asked if i would do a tutorial. i feel a little weird having never done a tutorial before, and i don’t feel like i have the authority to really teach anyone about art, but i can’t deny Jessi. ;)

i’m not sure if i have anything particularly revolutionary or exciting to say…i’m sure i missed a lot of important stuff. i guess it’s mostly just an insight into how i personally like to draw legs, so take it with a grain of salt. :)

oliviasatelier:

Raven Belt Tutorial Type Thing!
First thing I’m going to note is that I used a dremel for a lot of this. For safety reasons, you should wear a mask and goggles, because resin dust stings when it’s in your throat and hurts when it’s in your eyes (as I learned, from not having either of these things). Safety first!
1. First thing was getting the gems. I cast my gems out of Castin’ Craft’s Easy Cast epoxy resin. I use the transparent dye. I pretty much just follow the instructions that gives me, so there’s not much really to say here. I’ve got a full picture of the gems here.
2. Once all the gems were cast and good, I took a Dremel and cut notches into the sides of each gem so the chain of the belt would fit there. Do this only for the belt ones! The brooch I dremeled down the edges a bit so it’d fit into the ring better, which I explain a little better in step 4.
The belt itself I made with 2.5” rings and a chain that I opened the rings of and took apart. These things I picked up from our leather supply store. To get the length I wanted, originally I had five links of chain in between each ring, but that was really big, so I made it four. It’s probably about 36” around? It sits comfortably on top of my hips.
3. Normally I like using a better quality adhesive, but for my purposes, I used hot glue. The belt is glued on top of the gems, with the chain lining up with the notches.
4. NOT SHOWN! Because the gems were a little bigger than the rings, I took the Dremel again and beveled the edges of the back to have a smoother transition from the ring to the gem, and also to get rid of the sharp edge. This could also be done with sandpaper, it’d just take longer. This is especially where you’d need the mask and goggles because there are a lot of pieces flying everywhere.
5. I used a gold foil that I picked up at Curry’s for the backing, which I just carefully glued around the edges. I tried putting my gems on a bunch of different colours to see which colour I personally liked best as the backing, and chose gold. Had I made the gems darker, I probably would have picked silver. I also added a pin backing to the one that’s my brooch.
And that’s how I did it!

oliviasatelier:

Raven Belt Tutorial Type Thing!

First thing I’m going to note is that I used a dremel for a lot of this. For safety reasons, you should wear a mask and goggles, because resin dust stings when it’s in your throat and hurts when it’s in your eyes (as I learned, from not having either of these things). Safety first!

1. First thing was getting the gems. I cast my gems out of Castin’ Craft’s Easy Cast epoxy resin. I use the transparent dye. I pretty much just follow the instructions that gives me, so there’s not much really to say here. I’ve got a full picture of the gems here.

2. Once all the gems were cast and good, I took a Dremel and cut notches into the sides of each gem so the chain of the belt would fit there. Do this only for the belt ones! The brooch I dremeled down the edges a bit so it’d fit into the ring better, which I explain a little better in step 4.

The belt itself I made with 2.5” rings and a chain that I opened the rings of and took apart. These things I picked up from our leather supply store. To get the length I wanted, originally I had five links of chain in between each ring, but that was really big, so I made it four. It’s probably about 36” around? It sits comfortably on top of my hips.

3. Normally I like using a better quality adhesive, but for my purposes, I used hot glue. The belt is glued on top of the gems, with the chain lining up with the notches.

4. NOT SHOWN! Because the gems were a little bigger than the rings, I took the Dremel again and beveled the edges of the back to have a smoother transition from the ring to the gem, and also to get rid of the sharp edge. This could also be done with sandpaper, it’d just take longer. This is especially where you’d need the mask and goggles because there are a lot of pieces flying everywhere.

5. I used a gold foil that I picked up at Curry’s for the backing, which I just carefully glued around the edges. I tried putting my gems on a bunch of different colours to see which colour I personally liked best as the backing, and chose gold. Had I made the gems darker, I probably would have picked silver. I also added a pin backing to the one that’s my brooch.

And that’s how I did it!

spacedroid:


altair and vega - a mix for you and your space date

[LISTEN]
TRACKS : 01. gorillaz - every planet we reach is dead | 02. david bowie - moonage daydream | 03. frank sinatra - fly me to the moon (rei ayanami version) | 04. muse - starlight | 05. a flock of seagulls - space age love song | 06. david bowie - soul love | 07. muse - knights of cydonia | 08. gorillaz feat. little dragon - empire ants

spacedroid:

altair and vega - a mix for you and your space date

[LISTEN]

TRACKS : 01. gorillaz - every planet we reach is dead | 02. david bowie - moonage daydream | 03. frank sinatra - fly me to the moon (rei ayanami version) | 04. muse - starlight | 05. a flock of seagulls - space age love song | 06. david bowie - soul love | 07. muse - knights of cydonia | 08. gorillaz feat. little dragon - empire ants

How to make clawed gloves cheaply and lazily

hangingrabbit:

ALRIGHTY so I figured out how to make clawed gloved fairly easily. They’re pretty sturdy and I made them for my Chariot BRS cosplay.

1. Get this plastic bullet chain thing. I got it at Party city for around $6 or $7

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2. Get a pair or gloves that are stretchy. Not thick winter ones, more like fashion gloves. NOT WOOL. Bit like these.. \/image

3. Get a hot glue gun, some scissors and a thick pen.( I used my wacom pen)

4. Take a bullet from the chain and cut out a thin sliver. If its the thumb, cut out a slightly larger section.

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5. Stick your pen into one of the fingers to hold it shape.

6. Hot glue the inside of the base of the bullet and attach it to finger.

7. Hold it there for a minute or so and remove the pen.

8. Test it on your own finger by wearing the glove!

9. Repeat for all fingers.

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10. It should look like this!

11. Paint the bullet nails black and let dry. The reason I ask you to paint the nails AFTER you attach them is so you can cover any excess glue over the cloth.

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12. FINI~! There you have, clawed gloves!

Hope this helps!

makeuploversunite:

How to clean your lashes like new again!

makeuploversunite:

How to clean your lashes like new again!