Here is the fudgiest brownie in a mug recipe I’ve found
Here are some fun sites
Here is a master post of Adventure Time episodes and comics
Here is a master post of movies including Disney and Studio Ghibli
Here is a master post of other master posts to TV shows and movies
*tucks you in with fuzzy blanket* *pats your head*
You’ll be okay, friend <3
i will reblog this everytime it shows up because any of my followers could have a bad night right now
..than face all the ages of this world alone
People think that I must be a very strange person. This is not correct. I have the heart of a small boy. It is in a glass jar on my desk. - Stephen King
Community Meme | Eight Characters
[7/8] Dean Pelton
When witches don’t fight, we burn.
A Walk Through Art History
I designed these shoes with a unique goal in mind: to create a shoe as a summation of an entire culture’s art. Each shoe possesses design qualities, color palettes, and designs only found in the respective culture. This project allowed me to investigate art historical cultures in a special way by challenging myself to translate an entire style (or series of styles) onto a single object.
Conveniently, I was able to use these designs as the concentration section of my AP Studio Art portfolio and received a score of a 5!
I possess full federal copyright of these designs.
Tutorial request by Amanda.
Please note: this is a ‘How to gif’ - not a ‘How to color’ tutorial. I’m only slightly mentioning the coloring at the end of this tutorial. ;)
I wouldn’t even know how to explain what I’m doing when coloring a gif, it’s nothing but dragging the cursor back and forth until I find something that is somewhat acceptable to my standards. But I’m sure there are a bunch of folks around who share PSD’s. If not there’s always the option of Google and a little search for ‘coloring PSD’… or something similar.
1. How to upload your screencaps into PS:
(File —-> Scripts —-> Load Files into Stack…)
2. Make frames from layers:
(left click the little arrow with the lines next to it and select “Make Frames From Layers)
3. PS tends to upload your screencaps in a reversed order, at least it does for me. And we really don’t want the gif running backwards.
(so click the arrow thingy again and then select “Reverse Frames”)
4. On the left sidebar you should see this:
5. Now mark the part of the gif you want cropped:
(then right click the selected area and “crop”)
6. Now change it to whatever size you want by going here:
(perfect width for gifset like the one I’m using for this tutorial is 245px. Single gifs: 500px, three gifs in a row: 160px)
7. Now select all layers AND all frames:
8. Change the timing to something between 0.13-0.16 -depending on each gif, you’ll figure the timing out.
9. Now “Convert to timeline animation”
10. Then: Convert for Smart Files
…your layers should look like this now:
(settings: Default, amount: 500, radius: 0.3 or 0.4, gaussian blur, more accurate)
(go to your Adjustment Layers -red circle- and play around with all the options there.) If a gif is too dark, do NOT use brightness/contrast - to lighten up an edit you should always use curves in order to keep the quality of your edit. In the beginning you should practice with “Selective Color”. Click the selective color tab and then choose “custom”:
13. Save your gif- for Web&devices…:
(make sure the Looping Options are set on FOREVER - or else the gif will only run once)
Maximum gif size for up to 245px: 2MB
Maximum gif size for 500px: 1MB
…I hope this helped you out a little.