askteamtheta:

sam-and-baby:

Eager to make some money, Baby and Not go off to find a robot to interview. They find one in an alley, sitting in some garbage.

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This is the sweetest thing I’ve seen in a long time.


mikururu:

Pink Satsuki…! Uwahh Satsuki is my fav heehee I wanna cosplay her one day ^//p//^

mikururu:

Pink Satsuki…! Uwahh Satsuki is my fav heehee I wanna cosplay her one day ^//p//^


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!


sassmasteramelia:

Nagisa and his space friends (´ヮ` )

sassmasteramelia:

Nagisa and his space friends (´ヮ` )




I don’t know why…. but i like nui sadistic

(Source: aiglentina-alfonse)


cosmickonett:

After 6 years of using this program I finally figured this out, so I decided to share the technique. IDK, it sure beats the “Use brush with no pen pressure to make a dot” type of thing.

The use of the vector layer comes with other nifty things like:

  • No decrease in quality while transforming
  • No 500px size limit
  • Playing with line thickness and distortion

So, I hope this comes in handy to a few of you!

You can make a Hexagon by using the Line Tool instead and turning the canvas 4 times each click. I’m sure you can do other things, but I haven’t figured those out yet.



(Source: replicant)