zombierooster asked: garrus or thane

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Tutorial #2: Fixing Dark Photos

psdisney:

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Let’s face it, we can’t all be amazing photographers. I’ll admit that I often forget to check my camera settings before snapping a few pictures. Don’t lose hope, those photos aren’t lost. (PSD included!)

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firedanceryote:

kimievii:

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ullarin:

kijikun:

fiftyshadesof-ofmiceandmen:

ask-rainy-water-princess:

genocidershodan:

lemonteaflower:

anxiety.

Or, you know, you could just stop saying sorry.

I take it you don’t have anxiety.

You can’t “just stop saying sorry”. You do something, something so little, like accidentally bump into someone. You feel horrible about it. Your brain starts panicking and you have trouble trying to breathe. You stutter an apology. They say it’s okay, but you accidentally do it again, and you apologize again. They just say “Aha, you can stop saying sorry.” And you feel horrible that you’ve probably made them angry or upset, so you mutter out an apology for the third stupid time, and they just say to stop saying sorry. Stop saying sorry. 

You can’t just tell someone to stop saying you’re sorry.

I want that comment on flyers so I can hang them in my school

reblogging this one for the GOOD commentary.

If you’re going to tell someone to stop saying sorry say, “You don’t have to apologize to me.” and smile. If they say sorry again just say, “You’re fine.” and keep smiling and move on. The faster the situation is resolved the faster the person with anxiety can start to calm down. Please don’t get angry at someone for saying sorry, sometimes that’s all the person feels like they can do.

I’ve always been really bad about this and as a kid I’d always do it around my parents and my mom would always say “STOP SAYING YOURE SORRY.” thank you to the helpful comment.

What I wish some people would comprehend better is that, we just want to apologize because we think it’s a natural thing to do, but then you hear “Stop saying you’re sorry!” and you can feel anger in the voice. You feel bad because you realize you disappointed someone again for not being able to function properly, for having low self-esteem and confidence from your past experiences in life. You failed again, you made someone annoyed at you again when you meant no harm. You feel like shit again. It’s a vicious cycle. When you’re depressed and when you have anxiety, you’re in these vicious cycles, and it’s so hard to get out of them. Because people want to avoid you, because people gets easily annoyed by the way you are even though you try your hardest to be okay, to act like you’re okay so other people won’t feel bad being around you… But they’re mad, or upset and you end up feeling even guiltier than you already were. It’s a never ending cycle. And let me tell you, it takes a lot of mental strength and time to get out of this loop.

This!!!!

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omgthatdress:

craftastrophies:

eros-turannos:

LOOK. IT’S AN INFOGRAPHIC FOR RUFFS. This coming from the fantastic French blog La costume historique—at least, I think they’re fantastic? I’m mostly looking at the pictures.
There’s also one that matches ruffs with collars, which is great.
Wish they ventured into the 17th century, but. Still. What a time to be alive.

Is it a rule that every ‘eighties’ decade is just NUTS??

yes.  yes it is.

omgthatdress:

craftastrophies:

eros-turannos:

LOOK. IT’S AN INFOGRAPHIC FOR RUFFS. This coming from the fantastic French blog La costume historique—at least, I think they’re fantastic? I’m mostly looking at the pictures.

There’s also one that matches ruffs with collars, which is great.

Wish they ventured into the 17th century, but. Still. What a time to be alive.

Is it a rule that every ‘eighties’ decade is just NUTS??

yes.  yes it is.

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money money money… makes life so much easier (kuis Lontooseen?)

It certainly does. (Siellä pääsis opiskelemaan meikki- ja maskeeraustaiteita yliopistotasolla, toisin kuin Suomessa.)

Though my life is filled with busy stuff, there are plenty of things to be happy about.

  • This week I’ll be finishing one of the four courses
  • I’m not seeing my therapist anymore
  • In the beginning of next month I’ll have a job for a short while = money
  • During next month I’ll be able to finish a cosplay commission = money
  • In a few weeks I’ll be going to the Video Games Live concert with a friend
  • I’ll be visiting Sweden for a few days in couple of weeks
  • My WCS partner and I should have our plans in control soon for the next year
  • INQUISITION NEXT MONTH *GROSS SOBBING WHINE*
  • Tax rebate in the beginning of December = money
  • All in all I’m excited about cosplay related stuff like no tomorrow

Oh, and I don’t think I have told this here yet, but if all goes as planned, in 2016 I’ll be moving to UK to study in London. Nothing definite quite yet, but it is very, very likely.

Matt Rhodes concept art Mass Effect

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dragonagenews:

A great photo of Cullen and Dorian thanks to Aaryn Flynn on Twitter :D

dragonagenews:

A great photo of Cullen and Dorian thanks to Aaryn Flynn on Twitter :D

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intoasylum:

harry potter and the prisoner of azkaban | tilt shift

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cosplay-gamers:

Cosplay Tutorial: Male Body Shade by KeiCosplay
How to shade your skin to show muscle and body curves
Steps:
1. Use powder to brighten your skin (if needed)
2. Use dark brown eyeshadow to make a basic line on your chest. Rub gently to blend with your skin and make it look natural
3. Put some light brown eyeshadow on the side of the main line. Again, rub to blend it in. (It will make your muscle line look real when viewed from the front)
4. Use a little highlight on your upper collar bone
5. Brush your chest softly to blend it all in
This will help you look like a man when cosplaying a male character and showing your chest

cosplay-gamers:

Cosplay Tutorial: Male Body Shade by KeiCosplay

How to shade your skin to show muscle and body curves

Steps:

1. Use powder to brighten your skin (if needed)

2. Use dark brown eyeshadow to make a basic line on your chest. Rub gently to blend with your skin and make it look natural

3. Put some light brown eyeshadow on the side of the main line. Again, rub to blend it in. (It will make your muscle line look real when viewed from the front)

4. Use a little highlight on your upper collar bone

5. Brush your chest softly to blend it all in

This will help you look like a man when cosplaying a male character and showing your chest

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meltingmirror:

I did a little write up on different wig dyeing methods and I figured the best way to display it is a flow chart.
Use this along with my blog post here for more info, tutorial links, pros/cons, and sample results/notes.
Edit: Added “heat resistance” to make sure no one melts their wig. Be sure to consult the blog for more info.

meltingmirror:

I did a little write up on different wig dyeing methods and I figured the best way to display it is a flow chart.

Use this along with my blog post here for more info, tutorial links, pros/cons, and sample results/notes.

Edit: Added “heat resistance” to make sure no one melts their wig. Be sure to consult the blog for more info.

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aicosu:

OH OH I LOVE THIS!

thefrogstercosplay:

CROSSPLAY STUBBLE TUTORIAL!

something I forgot to mention: if you’re going to be out in the heat and sweating it may be advisable to use waterproof mascara. Also the brand I use is l’oreal voluminous.. because that’s what i use for my actual makeup and their brush works great for this.

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