carry on.

carry on.

Pen Tool Guide/Tutorial

fuckingphotoshop:

trackerjabbers:

So, a lot of people have been asking me how I made this graphic. I got the inspiration from another graphic and the person who made the original one made a tutorial that you can find here. It’s the same idea but I’m going to show you how to make the lines for the hair and outlines on a computer :)

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nosynonymforsynonym:

Easiest skirt in history! You need 42”x42” fabric and enough 1” or 2” elastic  to go around your waist.
1. CUT
Fold the fabric in 4 and cut a nice curve. To cut the inside curve, use this chart.
2. HEM
Roll the end of the fabric over your finger and stitch.
3. WAIST
Cut the elastic to the width of your waist. Stitch ends together to create a loop. use pins to help line it up with your fabric
4. ASSEMBLE
Stitch the elastic to the fabric and… you’re already done!
nosynonymforsynonym:

Easiest skirt in history! You need 42”x42” fabric and enough 1” or 2” elastic  to go around your waist.
1. CUT
Fold the fabric in 4 and cut a nice curve. To cut the inside curve, use this chart.
2. HEM
Roll the end of the fabric over your finger and stitch.
3. WAIST
Cut the elastic to the width of your waist. Stitch ends together to create a loop. use pins to help line it up with your fabric
4. ASSEMBLE
Stitch the elastic to the fabric and… you’re already done!
nosynonymforsynonym:

Easiest skirt in history! You need 42”x42” fabric and enough 1” or 2” elastic  to go around your waist.
1. CUT
Fold the fabric in 4 and cut a nice curve. To cut the inside curve, use this chart.
2. HEM
Roll the end of the fabric over your finger and stitch.
3. WAIST
Cut the elastic to the width of your waist. Stitch ends together to create a loop. use pins to help line it up with your fabric
4. ASSEMBLE
Stitch the elastic to the fabric and… you’re already done!
nosynonymforsynonym:

Easiest skirt in history! You need 42”x42” fabric and enough 1” or 2” elastic  to go around your waist.
1. CUT
Fold the fabric in 4 and cut a nice curve. To cut the inside curve, use this chart.
2. HEM
Roll the end of the fabric over your finger and stitch.
3. WAIST
Cut the elastic to the width of your waist. Stitch ends together to create a loop. use pins to help line it up with your fabric
4. ASSEMBLE
Stitch the elastic to the fabric and… you’re already done!
nosynonymforsynonym:

Easiest skirt in history! You need 42”x42” fabric and enough 1” or 2” elastic  to go around your waist.
1. CUT
Fold the fabric in 4 and cut a nice curve. To cut the inside curve, use this chart.
2. HEM
Roll the end of the fabric over your finger and stitch.
3. WAIST
Cut the elastic to the width of your waist. Stitch ends together to create a loop. use pins to help line it up with your fabric
4. ASSEMBLE
Stitch the elastic to the fabric and… you’re already done!
nosynonymforsynonym:

Easiest skirt in history! You need 42”x42” fabric and enough 1” or 2” elastic  to go around your waist.
1. CUT
Fold the fabric in 4 and cut a nice curve. To cut the inside curve, use this chart.
2. HEM
Roll the end of the fabric over your finger and stitch.
3. WAIST
Cut the elastic to the width of your waist. Stitch ends together to create a loop. use pins to help line it up with your fabric
4. ASSEMBLE
Stitch the elastic to the fabric and… you’re already done!
nosynonymforsynonym:

Easiest skirt in history! You need 42”x42” fabric and enough 1” or 2” elastic  to go around your waist.
1. CUT
Fold the fabric in 4 and cut a nice curve. To cut the inside curve, use this chart.
2. HEM
Roll the end of the fabric over your finger and stitch.
3. WAIST
Cut the elastic to the width of your waist. Stitch ends together to create a loop. use pins to help line it up with your fabric
4. ASSEMBLE
Stitch the elastic to the fabric and… you’re already done!

nosynonymforsynonym:

Easiest skirt in history! You need 42”x42” fabric and enough 1” or 2” elastic  to go around your waist.

1. CUT

Fold the fabric in 4 and cut a nice curve. To cut the inside curve, use this chart.

2. HEM

Roll the end of the fabric over your finger and stitch.

3. WAIST

Cut the elastic to the width of your waist. Stitch ends together to create a loop. use pins to help line it up with your fabric

4. ASSEMBLE

Stitch the elastic to the fabric and… you’re already done!

(via haroldgillies)

mirecuerdoentusojos:


A little cleaner now, and ten times more hopelessly romantic (enphasis on the hopeless, because this is ASOIAF). I couldn’t help myself and put some dashing armor on Brienne. Man I had a fun time inking Jaime’s scruff. 
Now, what to name this when I upload it to deviantart…

mirecuerdoentusojos:

A little cleaner now, and ten times more hopelessly romantic (enphasis on the hopeless, because this is ASOIAF). I couldn’t help myself and put some dashing armor on Brienne. Man I had a fun time inking Jaime’s scruff. 

Now, what to name this when I upload it to deviantart…

(via thewench-and-thekingslayer)

thistie:

Richard III at  Trafalgar Transformed (2014)
(→ bonus)
thistie:

Richard III at  Trafalgar Transformed (2014)
(→ bonus)
thistie:

Richard III at  Trafalgar Transformed (2014)
(→ bonus)

(via martinski)