typicalness:

why-cant-i-be-hot-and-witty:

sixpenceee:

thatthinggggg:

hobbledehoy-hamza:

sixpenceee:

THE SEANCE (USE HEADPHONES, YOU MUST USE HEADPHONES)

What, what, what.

It sounds like she is right behind you.

Listen to this in the dark at 3 a.m. I dare you! 

Original video

Another 3D Audio: Torture Chamber

FUCK THIS

HOLY SHIT

Someone ban sixpenceee from posting at midnight bc now I can’t go to sleep 

WOW THAT’S FUCKING TERRIFYING 

OH MY FUCKING LORD

(via daxratchet)

tabithadoesart:

Commissions are open
I will only accept payments through PayPal, and only after I have sent you an invoice and you have sent your payment in full will I begin working on your commission. Depending on the complexity of the picture (details and background) the price may be more. We can discuss this in email. Please do not pay until we have discussed your commission and I have sent you an invoice.
Please email me at tabithagrow@gmail.com with your order details: bust/full body, style (penil, pen, shaded pencil, copic), and characters (if OCs, then please provide a description or reference images).
NEW! Copic coffee tumbler inserts! These pieces will actually be shipped to you, the physical originals. Conditions still apply to these pieces, prices do not include shipping.
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tabithadoesart:

Commissions are open
I will only accept payments through PayPal, and only after I have sent you an invoice and you have sent your payment in full will I begin working on your commission. Depending on the complexity of the picture (details and background) the price may be more. We can discuss this in email. Please do not pay until we have discussed your commission and I have sent you an invoice.
Please email me at tabithagrow@gmail.com with your order details: bust/full body, style (penil, pen, shaded pencil, copic), and characters (if OCs, then please provide a description or reference images).
NEW! Copic coffee tumbler inserts! These pieces will actually be shipped to you, the physical originals. Conditions still apply to these pieces, prices do not include shipping.
Zoom Info

tabithadoesart:

Commissions are open

I will only accept payments through PayPal, and only after I have sent you an invoice and you have sent your payment in full will I begin working on your commission. Depending on the complexity of the picture (details and background) the price may be more. We can discuss this in email. Please do not pay until we have discussed your commission and I have sent you an invoice.

Please email me at tabithagrow@gmail.com with your order details: bust/full body, style (penil, pen, shaded pencil, copic), and characters (if OCs, then please provide a description or reference images).

NEW! Copic coffee tumbler inserts! These pieces will actually be shipped to you, the physical originals. Conditions still apply to these pieces, prices do not include shipping.

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a-grue:

I get to work as maid staff this year’s Kumoricon! Anyone following me that are going to be there that I should drop by and say hi to?

IT’S THAT TIME AGAIN, BABES

This year will be a special Yukata-maid!

fayebee21:

tabithadoesart:


littlegreenplanet: needs more anguish
tabithadoesart: tears? splashed with blood? cause I’ve discovered I love drawing dripping liquids
littlegreenplanet: YES
tabithadoesart: to all I assume!
littlegreenplanet: you would be correct
tabithadoesart: I love being correct

I love my patron troll. Especially when he’s sad. (ahaha I cheated; they’re brushes)

D —> Nepeta? Nepeta what’s wrong? Oh your playong a game, correct? Your just role-playing, right? Please say it’s just a game. Please Nepeta…
D —> please 

*FUCKING SCREAMS* 
*whispers* I love you thank you
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fayebee21:

tabithadoesart:


littlegreenplanet: needs more anguish
tabithadoesart: tears? splashed with blood? cause I’ve discovered I love drawing dripping liquids
littlegreenplanet: YES
tabithadoesart: to all I assume!
littlegreenplanet: you would be correct
tabithadoesart: I love being correct

I love my patron troll. Especially when he’s sad. (ahaha I cheated; they’re brushes)

D —> Nepeta? Nepeta what’s wrong? Oh your playong a game, correct? Your just role-playing, right? Please say it’s just a game. Please Nepeta…
D —> please 

*FUCKING SCREAMS* 
*whispers* I love you thank you
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fayebee21:

tabithadoesart:

littlegreenplanet: needs more anguish

tabithadoesart: tears? splashed with blood? cause I’ve discovered I love drawing dripping liquids

littlegreenplanet: YES

tabithadoesart: to all I assume!

littlegreenplanet: you would be correct

tabithadoesart: I love being correct

I love my patron troll. Especially when he’s sad. (ahaha I cheated; they’re brushes)

D —> Nepeta? Nepeta what’s wrong? Oh your playong a game, correct? Your just role-playing, right? Please say it’s just a game. Please Nepeta…

D —> please 

*FUCKING SCREAMS* 

*whispers* I love you thank you

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Ombre Makeup for the Eyes, Lips and Nails from the Beauty Department.
Ombre Cat Eye here.
Ombre Lips here.
Ombre Nails here.

The Beauty Department:

We’ve had so much fun with the ombré trend (revisit our Ombré Lip Tutorial and ourOmbré Stain Mani Tutorial) that I couldn’t help myself with this fun and flirty graduated liner look! Make sure to choose three liners from the same color family. I chose Aquamarine but you could do grey to black, lilac to royal purple, light green to emerald… the possibilities are endless! You could even do four shades! Here’s how: 
TOOLS:
A Kohl Pencil in a Light Shade — I used NARS Larger Than Life Longwear Eye Liner’s Barrow Street for a light seafoam shade.
A Kohl Pencil in a Medium Shade — I used CHANEL Stylo Yeux Waterproof Liner’s Jade #50 for a brilliant jade color.
A Kohl Pencil in a Darker Shade — I used Milani Liquif-Eye Eye Liner in Blue #08 for a gorgeous aquamarine shade. The darkest shade is perfect for the flick so it will stand out.
An Angled Liner Brush — I love Sigma Beauty Small Angle Liner Brush because of its thinness and precision control.
STEPS:



Start with the lightest shade on the inner corner and trace it one-third of the length of the lashline.




Continue with the medium shade directly next to the the light shade and continue another third of the length across.




Finish the line with the darkest shade directly next to the medium shade and continue to the end of the lashline then out and up for a little flick.




Go back over the line with the liner brush gently and with a light hand so you’re blending all three shades together. Do this only one time so you don’t over blend it into one color! Then use the brush to perfect and sharpen the tip of the wing.
Zoom Info
truebluemeandyou:

DIY Ombre Makeup for the Eyes, Lips and Nails from the Beauty Department.
Ombre Cat Eye here.
Ombre Lips here.
Ombre Nails here.

The Beauty Department:

We’ve had so much fun with the ombré trend (revisit our Ombré Lip Tutorial and ourOmbré Stain Mani Tutorial) that I couldn’t help myself with this fun and flirty graduated liner look! Make sure to choose three liners from the same color family. I chose Aquamarine but you could do grey to black, lilac to royal purple, light green to emerald… the possibilities are endless! You could even do four shades! Here’s how: 
TOOLS:
A Kohl Pencil in a Light Shade — I used NARS Larger Than Life Longwear Eye Liner’s Barrow Street for a light seafoam shade.
A Kohl Pencil in a Medium Shade — I used CHANEL Stylo Yeux Waterproof Liner’s Jade #50 for a brilliant jade color.
A Kohl Pencil in a Darker Shade — I used Milani Liquif-Eye Eye Liner in Blue #08 for a gorgeous aquamarine shade. The darkest shade is perfect for the flick so it will stand out.
An Angled Liner Brush — I love Sigma Beauty Small Angle Liner Brush because of its thinness and precision control.
STEPS:



Start with the lightest shade on the inner corner and trace it one-third of the length of the lashline.




Continue with the medium shade directly next to the the light shade and continue another third of the length across.




Finish the line with the darkest shade directly next to the medium shade and continue to the end of the lashline then out and up for a little flick.




Go back over the line with the liner brush gently and with a light hand so you’re blending all three shades together. Do this only one time so you don’t over blend it into one color! Then use the brush to perfect and sharpen the tip of the wing.
Zoom Info
truebluemeandyou:

DIY Ombre Makeup for the Eyes, Lips and Nails from the Beauty Department.
Ombre Cat Eye here.
Ombre Lips here.
Ombre Nails here.

The Beauty Department:

We’ve had so much fun with the ombré trend (revisit our Ombré Lip Tutorial and ourOmbré Stain Mani Tutorial) that I couldn’t help myself with this fun and flirty graduated liner look! Make sure to choose three liners from the same color family. I chose Aquamarine but you could do grey to black, lilac to royal purple, light green to emerald… the possibilities are endless! You could even do four shades! Here’s how: 
TOOLS:
A Kohl Pencil in a Light Shade — I used NARS Larger Than Life Longwear Eye Liner’s Barrow Street for a light seafoam shade.
A Kohl Pencil in a Medium Shade — I used CHANEL Stylo Yeux Waterproof Liner’s Jade #50 for a brilliant jade color.
A Kohl Pencil in a Darker Shade — I used Milani Liquif-Eye Eye Liner in Blue #08 for a gorgeous aquamarine shade. The darkest shade is perfect for the flick so it will stand out.
An Angled Liner Brush — I love Sigma Beauty Small Angle Liner Brush because of its thinness and precision control.
STEPS:



Start with the lightest shade on the inner corner and trace it one-third of the length of the lashline.




Continue with the medium shade directly next to the the light shade and continue another third of the length across.




Finish the line with the darkest shade directly next to the medium shade and continue to the end of the lashline then out and up for a little flick.




Go back over the line with the liner brush gently and with a light hand so you’re blending all three shades together. Do this only one time so you don’t over blend it into one color! Then use the brush to perfect and sharpen the tip of the wing.
Zoom Info

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Ombre Makeup for the Eyes, Lips and Nails from the Beauty Department.

The Beauty Department:

We’ve had so much fun with the ombré trend (revisit our Ombré Lip Tutorial and ourOmbré Stain Mani Tutorial) that I couldn’t help myself with this fun and flirty graduated liner look! Make sure to choose three liners from the same color family. I chose Aquamarine but you could do grey to black, lilac to royal purple, light green to emerald… the possibilities are endless! You could even do four shades! Here’s how: 

TOOLS:

  • A Kohl Pencil in a Light Shade — I used NARS Larger Than Life Longwear Eye Liner’s Barrow Street for a light seafoam shade.
  • A Kohl Pencil in a Medium Shade — I used CHANEL Stylo Yeux Waterproof Liner’s Jade #50 for a brilliant jade color.
  • A Kohl Pencil in a Darker Shade — I used Milani Liquif-Eye Eye Liner in Blue #08 for a gorgeous aquamarine shade. The darkest shade is perfect for the flick so it will stand out.
  • An Angled Liner Brush — I love Sigma Beauty Small Angle Liner Brush because of its thinness and precision control.

STEPS:

  1. Start with the lightest shade on the inner corner and trace it one-third of the length of the lashline.
  2. Continue with the medium shade directly next to the the light shade and continue another third of the length across.
  3. Finish the line with the darkest shade directly next to the medium shade and continue to the end of the lashline then out and up for a little flick.
  4. Go back over the line with the liner brush gently and with a light hand so you’re blending all three shades together. Do this only one time so you don’t over blend it into one color! Then use the brush to perfect and sharpen the tip of the wing.

themonopricemessiah:

2 things, followers:

1) My askbox has been a little screwy the past couple days, so I apologize if my answers went out too late!

2) UC-Logic appears to have messed with their site a bit. I’m going to update the FAQ now with new links, but for now, go HERE to download UC-Logic drivers: http://www.uc-logic.com/demo/support.html

That is all! Resume your regular tumbling.

EDITED to put the right link in because I am a little dumb today.

I still can’t get the pen pressure configuration settings to show up, but my pressure sensitivity is at least working!