Tags: Bones

ATTENTION

terezi-pie-rope:

madvlogz:

savanaugh:

souleaterunlimited:

savanaugh:

I AM ON A MISSION. I AM GOING TO FOLLOW EVERY BLOG ON THIS SITE. ALL OF THEM. HELP ME ACHIEVE THIS GOAL, INTERNET STRANGERS, BY REBLOGGING THIS POST AND I WILL FOLLOW ALL WHO REBLOG IT. E V E R Y O N E.

I want to call bullshit but I can’t take that chance 

good.

holy shit you’re really doing it

Ive wanted to do this but there are too many people id have to ignore

(via agrizzlybearishuggingyou)

no, summer can’t be over.  I still have so much Netflix to watch

assbele:

U KNO THOSE PPL THAT FOLLOW U AND U THINK THEYRE COOL AND U WANNA FOLLOW THEM BACK SO U CAN GET TO KNOW THEM BUT LIKE THEIR BLOG ISNT ENTIRELY UR JAM SO U DONT RLY WANT TO FOLLOW THEIR BLOG BUT U WANT TO FOLLOW THE PERSON

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Tags: the struggle

arborealchatter:

I’ll just leave this here for the supernatural fandom..

arborealchatter:

I’ll just leave this here for the supernatural fandom..

(via sherlock-tastes-nice)

harteus:

remember these, kids? they used to be so popular on deviantART way back in like 2008 and i remember i used to be so pumped about doing one, though i never really did. so, last night i even had a dream about doing one of these, so i put together some scenarios and here we are, haha! feel free to reblog or save the template for yourself if it catches your fancy! 

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lets-get-some-ideas:

Someone discovers an article about themselves in a newspaper. What is the article about, and how old is it? Who wrote it?

creepymasked:

starrify-everything:

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50 Male Hairstyles Revamped 
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How To Draw Hands
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Don’t Know What to Draw?

This is fantastic!!

creepymasked:

starrify-everything:

Please tell me if any of the links aren’t working

Faces:

Face Tutorial

Profile Anatomy

Drawing Heads

Basic Head Layout

How to Draw Ears

Drawing Noses

How To Draw Mouths

Lips

Lips Ref

Semi-Realistic Eye Tutorial

Tips for Drawing Eyes

Manga Eye Tutorial

Pixel Eye

Expressions

Step by Step Expressions

How to Avoid the Same Face

Head Angles

Beards

Hair:

Drawing Hair In Pencil

How To Draw Braids

Another Braid tutorial

Headband Braid Tutorial

How To Draw Hair

Hair Tutorial

Another Hair Tutorial

Simple Hair Tutorial

Hairstyle Tutorial

50 Male Hairstyles Revamped 

Let’s Do Hair!

Curls

Pixel Hair Tutorial

Manga Boys Hair Tutorial

Bodies:

A Guide to Drawing the Human Body

How To Draw Hands

Hand Tutorial

Hand Gestures

More Hand Gestures

Arm Tutorial

Feet Drawing Guide

Foot Tutorial

Drawing Feet

Knees

Sitting Poses

Drawing Torsos

Abs Tutorial

Clothes and Accessories:

Clothing Tutorial (Notes)

How to Draw Flower Crowns

Helmets and Hats

Hoods

Fashion

How to Draw Tights

Jeans

Boot Tutorial

Plaid Tutorial

Lace Tutorial

Armour Tutorial

Creatures:

Wings

Folded Wings

Tutorial on Creature Design

Bat Wings on Humans

Pegasus Wings

Animal Legs on Humans

Dragon Tutorial

Dragon Wing Tutorial

Dragon Hands and Feet Tutorial

Dragon Mouth Tutorial

Dragon Head Tutorial

Dragon Scales

Clawed Hand Tutorial

Basic Horn Tutorial

Sauropod Tutorial

How to Draw Centaurs

Werewolf Anatomy

Animals/insects:

Animal Noses

Basic Animal Anatomy

Paw Tutorial

Fur Tutorial

Pixel Fur Tutorial

Painting Fur

Ponies

Horse Tutorial

Horse Proportions

Horse Hooves

Horse Legs

Dog Anatomy

Simple Dog Tutorial

Wolf Paw Tutorial

Wolf Head Tutorial

Drawing a Wolf

Canine Leg Tutorial

Feline Comparison

Big Cat Paw Tutorial

Lion Head Tutorial

Cat Faces Tutorial

Snow Leopard Tutorial

Tiger Tutorial

Fox Tutorial

Rabbit Drawing Tips

Butterfly Tutorial

Rat Tutorial

Owl Anatomy

Feather Tutorial

Bear Anatomy

Objects:

Glowing Stuff

How to Draw 3D Rooms

Gun Ref

Slime Tutorial

Chain Tutorial

Gemstone Tutorial

Bullet Metal Tutorial

Lightsaber Tutorial

Gold Coin Tutorial

Jewel Tutorial

Nature/Food:

Tree Tutorial

How to Create Stars (With Photoshop)

Stars Tutorial

How to Draw Clouds

How to Draw a Rose

Simple Roses

Grass Tutorial

Another Grass Tutorial

Quick Grass Tutorial

Bush Tutorial

Rain Tutorial

Water Tutorial

Underwater Tutorial

Fire Tutorial

Snow Tutorial

Light Tutorial

Light Sparkle Tutorial

Mountain Tutorial

Another Mountain Tutorial

Moon Tutorial

How to Draw a Apple

Strawberry Tutorial

Colours:

The Psychology of Colour

How To Colour

Colour Blender

Colour Scheme Designer

Colour Meanings For Roses

Color Hex

Colour Harmony

Skin Colour Palette

Pastel Colours

Greyscale Tutorial

Colouring Cloth

Hair Colouring

Photoshop Colouring Tutorial

Other:

Pixel Art Tutorial

Another Pixel Art Tutorial

Photoshop Brushes

Photoshop Layers Tutorial

Glitch Effect (with Photoshop)

Gimp Soft Shading

Blending Tutorial

Free Digital Sculpting Tool

Skeleton Drawing Tool

Repeating Pattern Tutorial

Free Art Programs

Silk - Interactive Generative Art

Creativity Cards

Don’t Know What to Draw?

This is fantastic!!

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writing specific characters - advice

harmonyinkpress:

referenceforwriters:

Some good advice here.

I edited the list to remove broken links.

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mustachossom:

when u tell ur friend a plot twist for ur story

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"Write an entire monologue with your main character if you have to. Spend a chapter just exploring the life story of an antagonist. They don’t have to be scenes in chronological order. They don’t even have to end up in your book. But they will help you to keep going.

Because you must keep going. Just a little more. You are stubborn. You are exhausted. You are determined. You are a Writer."

marielubooks, on making it through the dark swamp. (via writtenwordsl)

(Source: lettersandlight, via thewritingcafe)

A (Fantasy) Cliche/World Building Rant

thewritingcafe:

Because I love fantasy, but I’m not loving cliched/bland/unrealistic worlds. Under the cut you will find:

  1. I Love Your Bracelet. Where Did You Get It?
  2. This Generic Medieval Anglo-Saxon World is Bland
  3. No Change
  4. The Seven Kingdoms
  5. I Know Everyone Has Had Cheese Pizza, but This One Has Green Peppers
  6. Fables, Fairy Tales, Folklore, and Superstitions Are Never Wrong
  7. Evil Uncles
  8. Warriors Don’t Die Quiet Deaths
  9. The Common Tongue

Read More

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maxkirin:

Hello, writerly friends~ ♥︎

You asked for a Writing Advice Masterpost, so here it is! Below you will find a collection of the best questions and answers from the last two years. Not only that, but they are also organized so you can find the answers to your questions quickly and get on with writing.

But wait, there is more!

This post is more than just a collection of advice, it’s a nexus for writing advice, resources, and information! That’s right, this post is going to grow over time. I will be updating this masterpost WEEKLY with new answers, writing advice videos, playlists, and more! So, make sure to bookmark this page and follow my blog (maxkirin.tumblr.com) so you don’t miss a thing~ ♥︎

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Last Updated: 08-16-14. Click HERE to see the latest update. Latest posts are in Italics.

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itsstuckyinmyhead:

Odd Romeo and Juliet Tumblr Posts

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Anonymous said: Does a person die immediately when they're shot once, or do they have to be shot multiple times? Because I've seen in movies and books that a character is shot once in a not-that-important place, and they immediately collapse. Yet I've seen news articles that describe a person getting shot multiple times yet they still manage to get away.

readingwithavengeance:

howtofightwrite:

Keeping in mind, the usual disclaimer about not being a doctor; my medical knowledge being limited, and I’m going to be simplifying some of this a lot?

In general? No. Gunshot victims usually die from blood loss. This can happen pretty quickly, or it can take awhile, it all depends on what the bullet damages. But, it’s not usually an instantaneous process.

I could swear we reblogged an infographic on blood loss symptoms by volume, but all I can find right now is this.

If a bullet nicks or severs an artery, this will result in rapid blood loss and death. We’re still talking about at least a couple minutes before death. With non-vital areas, where there’s only soft tissue damage, you could be talking about bleeding out for hours.

If the bullet damages internal organs, then things get a little messier. If the bullet manages to destroy something you actually need, like the brain or heart, then you’re going to die.

That’s the simple part… here’s the part that’s slightly outside my expertise. Hydrostatic shock is where a gunshot strikes someone, and kinetic force from the gunshot is transmitted through the fluid in their body to injure other organs. I’ve seen the discussion go back and forth over the years, some people insist that hydrostatic shock can rupture internal organs and cause people to suffer lethal injuries from relatively minor wounds, and there is some support to the idea that hydrostatic shock result in minor hemorrhaging. The other side of the argument is that, while the shock wave does occur, it isn’t actually life threatening. (There’s also a contingent who’ve been waging an edit war on the wiki page claiming that hydrostatic shock doesn’t exist at all.)

The actual hydrostatic shock wave increases the more a bullet disrupts the tissue. So .45 hollow points will produce more shock than a jacketed 9mm. These can result in minor brain hemorrhaging, but this usually comes up in autopsies, meaning they probably died from getting shot, and it turns out there was additional trauma that went undiagnosed.

If I’m sounding like I don’t know if this is relevant or not, it’s because I don’t. Ignoring specialized hydrostatic shock rounds (again, like hollow points, high explosive rounds, or anti-materiel rifles), I’m not sure if hydrostatic shock actually kills people, or just slaps an extra layer of damage on an already life threatening injury.

-Starke

Bullets in bodies are extremely unpredictable, but when you’re writing, a basic rule of thumb is “no, gunshot wounds are not immediately fatal.” In fact, if you discount suicides, only about 30% of all (intentional) shots are even fatal.

The most likely outcome from getting shot during a fight is that the person will keep fighting.  Even if a wound is eventually fatal, a person will still be conscious and operational unless they’ve been hit in an artery or vital organ, so they can still fire their own gun at you while bleeding out.  Getting shot sometimes feels a lot like getting punched (if there’s only soft tissue damage), and some people can run around for several minutes or even hours without realizing they have been shot.  Even shots to the torso are survivable.  You can run around for a surprisingly long time with a hole in your lung or shrapnel in your liver.  (You’ll pay for it later, but since we’re talking about ‘immediately after being shot’…)

The two biggest concerns with gunshot wounds are bleeding and shock.  (Not the hydrostatic shock — I’d actually never heard about that — but hypovolemic shock.)  Shock can be fatal even with minor wounds.

The main thing to remember when writing gunshot wounds is that bullets in bodies are unpredictable.  Someone can live through being shot 20 times and then die from being shot once in the leg.  You can (almost) do anything.  If you want to strive for realism, it’s all going to be dependent on the characters’ reactions to events.  If a character is familiar with guns and shooting, they should expect a body to keep moving after being shot, and if they’re trying to stop they person they should shoot multiple times.  “On shot, one kill” is a brag, not a methodology.  If a character is unfamiliar with gunshot wounds, they might (like you) be surprised to find you can’t actually make someone fall over with one shot.  And, of course, if you’re going to go the route of “Whitley said I could kill someone by shooting them in the shin” or some other possible-but-unlikely scenario, every character involve should be boggled so that the audience knows this is an unusual thing.

But, yeah, like 90% of the time, someone who gets shot is not going to die instantly.