Cat doesn’t know what to do with the butterfly that flew on its paw.

I can’t breathe I’m laughing too hard



Cat doesn’t know what to do with the butterfly that flew on its paw.

I can’t breathe I’m laughing too hard

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ever wanted to do some stuff? like, different stuff? tired of having to scroll through your huge ref tag? LOOK NO FURTHER!! Have a masterpost of LITERALLY EVERYTHING which took me 5 hours to make so reblog it
Painting tutorial
Female/male arms
Kneeling + Sitting ref
Dragon head view tutorial
SAI brushes 86786
Drawing expressions
Sai Brushes 1
NGE colour palette 1
100+ colour palletes
Avoiding same face
Face contours/highlighting 
free art MyPaint
Body anatomy help 1
How to shift images using blur in PS
Drawing clothe folding
How to draw ice
Colour palette 1
Colour palette 2
SAI brush settings 2
SAI/PS pixel brushes
Warm/Cool gray
Flower crown tutorial
Skin colour palette
Pink colour sheet
How to draw butts&thighs
The male torso
Drawing glowing stuff in SAI
Drawing horse/animal legs on humans
Drawing clouds
Muscular male with bow stock photos
Pastel colours
Drawing grass fields in SAI
All about the human body
20+ colour palettes 
Colour conversion
Kissing ref
Creature design 
Colour meanings
Creating expression
Tutorial masterpost (100+)
How to colour
Pose studies
Feline comparisons
How to draw penis
Leaf pressing
100+ anatomy references 
How to draw folds
SAI brushes 3
Sitting poses
Colour palette 4
Cloud painting
How to draw 3D rooms
Colour info
Colouring ref
Hair tutorial
Clothing ref
Bodies and poses
SAI brushes 5
Colour scheme designer
Folding ref
Paint tool SAI masterpost
Drawing ref masterpost (10+)
How to draw faces
SAI brushes 4
Anatomy of mutant humans
What should I draw?
Free art software
pastel colour ref
Mass art ref
Soft SAI brushes
ways to draw stuff
SAI brush settings
baseball cap ref
Penis ref
Drawing human wings
Cool free art software
Huge art ref
Colour blender
2 SAI brushes
Photoshop for free 
Inspiration 1
Instead of ‘whispered’
Music for writing fight scenes
Writing fantasy
Emotions vocab sheet
How to reveal character
Writers block resource
Writing a death scene
BIO help
Music to help you write
Writing prompt generators
Got writers block?
How to torture a character
Degrees of emotion
ULTIMATE writing ref, 500+
Character names
Body language
25 days of fic
Writing people of colour
nanowrimo start kit
character flaws
Becoming an adult masterpost
cute OTP things
Resource masterpost
For bored people
Anime + Manga recs
how to make a blanket nest
Getting an apartment
what should i read next?
If you’re bored
Delete tourists from photos
Cute pet nicknames
Family tree explained 
Pulling an all nighter 
masterpost of themes/pixels/emoticons
List of demon names
Demons & Deities in the bible
Moss graffiti 
Types of attraction
Trampoline = outside bed
College textbooks
God masterpost
OTP necklaces
Super silky summer legs
Plastic keychains
How to write cover letters
make music on itunes sound great
Classic lit
Black/gold ref 1
Cosplay eye makeup
Halloween eye gore makeup (tw eye gore)
Rotting skin halloween makeup
Eyeliner ref
bloody halloween nails
Getting gender-neutral pronouns on facebook
Pokemon mystery dungeons iphone
Ghosty backgrounds 
1000+ everything clothing ref
Awesome jackets
Cheer up/Be happy
If you’re having a bad night
Movies to watch when you’re down
8ft giant squid pattern
Cheeseburger cupcakes
Deep-dish cookie for one
Burning stomach fat
PokéRadar guide
Play pokémon games online
Pkmn Shiny hunting guide
Animal crossing new leaf face/hair guide
Free RPG games
Mental health:
Talking about your mental health


ever wanted to do some stuff? like, different stuff? tired of having to scroll through your huge ref tag? LOOK NO FURTHER!! Have a masterpost of LITERALLY EVERYTHING which took me 5 hours to make so reblog it








Cheer up/Be happy





Mental health:

(Source: bakrua, via anatomicalart)

arty masterpost



An epic fuck-ton of male and female torso juxtapositions.

Image (1) Source (book) by Sarah Simblet - “Anatomy for the Artist”

Image (2) Source Anatomy 4 Sculptors

Image (3 & 4) Source by tin-plated-dictator

Image (5) Source kiister

Image (6) Source Rogzilla

Image (7) Source haya3d

Image (8) Source (article) Marc Perry - "Body Fat Percentage Pictures of Men & Women"

Image (9 & 10) Source by Matt Paquin





Elemental Magic II is out! Here’s some miscellaneous scans from the first one.

I really wanna try animating liquids now *O*

(Source: eyecaging, via anatomicalart)


cloud-killed-by-doors said: Hi! I'm the uh, awkward storenvy anon there. Is it a huge bother to ask how you just generally get started with storenvy? I mean, I know that that's really a stupidly generic question, but I made an account a while ago and got really overwhelmed with the interface. I'm sorry if this bothers you at all and if you'd rather not delve into this you are by NO means obligated to. I just really respect you as an artist and from what I've seen you've definitely been successful IMO!


Hooookay STORENVY.

When I first signed up for it I was a little overwhelmed too, but I asked my buddy zamii070 for some help and she did help me out, so that’s radical. 

Okay so assuming you’ve JUST opened your store and have not done anything to it yet, you can go one of two ways.You can design your store or you can just start listing products. If I were you I’d just go straight to listing products, that way when you’ve actually got stuff to sell, you can see how your store’s layout will look around your listings.

OKAY so from the top. To list a new product:

1. Go to storenvy.com. In the upper right-hand corner, there should be a little icon that looks like this: 

click on that. That will take you to your dashboard. When you’re on your dashboard, look up at the little green tabs and you’ll see one that says products, observe:

Click on the one that says ‘Products’. That will take you to your products page, which is where you go about listing the stuff you have for sale.

So once you’re on the Products page, there should be a little blue button to the vicinity of the righthand side of the page and it’ll say ‘Add new product.’

^ Like that. Once you’ve found that, click on it and it will populate a sort of drop-down interface that allows you to list your new product. It looks like this:

Once you’re there, pick your product name, price, and category. Assuming you’re selling prints or stickers or jewelry, it should be pretty easy for you to categorize all of that, so go ahead and do that to the best of your ability. After you finalize your initial product creation, it’ll take you to a new page, and you’ll get a message like this:

(if you cant read it, it basically says good job you listed a thign.)

Okay so your next step is to customize the item you’re selling. To the lefthand side of the item customization page, you should see a little area that looks like this:

As the name suggests, this is your product status bar. Each product has this, and it’s essentially a slider. Click the different options to set the product’s current availability. The ‘Active’ button means you can currently purchase the item. ‘Hidden’ means the item will not show up in your storefront, and ‘Coming Soon’ means that the item will be listed, but without an option to buy, and a little ‘Coming Soon’ banner will show up over the item’s picture in your storefront.

Below the Product status bar is your Shipping group area, where you choose which shipping group (or which cost of shipping will be applied to the item you’re selling). It looks like this:

This is a particularly important thing to note because Storenvy’s default shipping is set to, I believe, around $7.50 which for small items like stickers and tiny prints is kind of outrageous since more often than not you can ship those items using stamps instead. 

The catch is, you have to make your own shipping groups. We’ll get into that later, but keep in mind that this is something important that you don’t want to forget about. Charging your buyers too much for shipping is a dick move.

OKAY that being said, the remainder of this page is relatively self-explanatory, but there are some things that might be kind of ??? to you so I’ll touch on those briefly. 

LABELS! Let’s look at the labels panel. If you scroll down a bit, it’s located JUST under the shipping notes panel. (I mostly ignore the shipping notes panel because I don’t use packing slips. If you do, we’ll get into that later as well.)

OK SO THIS IS LABELS. This helps your buyers understand what is going on with the product you’re selling. Tick the ‘On Sale’ box if you are decreasing the price of an item temporarily. You have to decrease the price manually. Keep that in mind. The preorder box is… well, for preorders. Ticking this box lets your buyers know that the item will not ship right away, that they are only preordering it, and it will ship some time in the future .

If your item is going to be a preorder, putting an ETA on the shipdate in the item description is usually a good idea. Saying something along the lines of ‘This item is scheduled to ship in late March’ or something to that effect usually works just fine.

The next section I’m gonna talk about is tags!

The tags section SHOULD be self explanatory, but not always. I use this section to describe the item im selling by fandom, usually, since all of my products are considered fanart. So stuff like ‘Pokemon, pokemon xy, professor sycamore,’ etc. 

AFTER THAT, You have the product image section. For this section, you should do your best to have your products displayed cleanly. What I mean by that is like, if you are selling a physical product, don’t take pictures of that shit with a webcam and like 200 x 200 pixels. You’re going to want clean, well-lit photographs at least 600 x 600 pixels. People wanna really SEE what they’re buying, you know? ok. MOVING ON!


Now we’re going to talk about variants and stock levels. 

First of all, let’s discuss stock levels. Stock levels refer to the amount of a product that you have in stock, or, available for purchase. This is super important because it helps you keep track of how many items you have sold versus how many items you have left to sell. Check it:

Click the little edit button, and this happens:

So here’s where you take care of your stock. What I do, if this is a fresh product is enter equal levels in the ‘in stock’ box and the ‘Full stock’ box. 

What this does is tell their system that you do, in fact, have a full stock of items. So if you have 100 stickers to sell, enter 100 in both boxes, and then click ‘Save changes.’ You don’t have to worry about editing the stock bar after that, because when you make a sale, Storenvy automatically adjusts your stock for you. It’s super handy!!

OK now let’s talk about Variants.

Variants exist for products that have alternate versions. So for example, my Free! Iwatobi Swim Club charms.

They are all acrylic charms, but they have different styles. So for this, I could use the ‘Variants’ function.

First, click this:

Once you’ve done that, a new dropdown will extend, and it will look like this:

In this area, you can describe the variant you’re working with. So for me, in the ‘Name’ area, I’d type something to the affect of ‘Makoto Tachibana 1” Acrylic Charm’ if that’s what my variant was. I’ll ignore the SKU since I don’t have a SKU system, and I input the stock on that particular item.

Then, click save changes. Do this as many times as you need to for as many variants of an item you have! And then when you’re done, you’ll see this:

This tells you that all of these items will show up under one listing! So when someone wants to purchase a specific style of item from one listing, they can do so.

I’m going to use a screencap from Zamii’s store to show this effect in action:

Here you can see what the Variant function looks like on a product page. 

(ALSO if you want one of Zam’s cute bows click here.)

OKAY WE’RE NOT DONE YET THERE’S A LOT MORE. Next I’m gonna talk about shipping because THAT IS IMPORTANT.

Okay so go back to your dashboard, and click on the green ‘Settings’ Tab. 

Right under that tab, you’re going to see a LITTLE TINY BUTTON like this that unfortunately, a lot of people miss:


This will take you to a page where you can see your shipping groups and classes. This is a very crucial thing to take note of because you don’t want to overcharge your buyers, or undercharge so that you lose profit for shipping.

This is what my shipping page looks like.

Shipping classes are usually broken down into two categores: Standard, which means ‘Shipping in my own country’ so like US to US, UK to UK, Canada to Canada, etc. Everywhere else usually refers to like shipping something overseas or out of the country, which often times can cost considerably more.

This is how I’ve got my shipping set up, and it works reasonably well. 

I’m not going to go too in depth with how to change this stuff as it is pretty standard: just click the edit buttons and input the correct amounts and save.

If you are not sure what you should charge for shipping or how it works, do not hesitate to go to the post office and talk to someone there. Bring some examples of what you will be shipping and like 99% of the time they will be happy to help you out and give you the information you need.

OH AND ON THAT NOTE: Remember when I spoke about shipping groups earlier?

yeah, remember this? This is on the product page for each item you’re selling. MAKE SURE YOU SELECT THE CORRECT SHIPPING GROUP FOR EACH ITEM! If you have to go back and edit that, do it!!

UHH OKAY that’s all I can really think about for now *u* this is the most important stuff, I think, so I hope this helps.


I decided to make an art (mainly digital art) masterpost with all my bookmarks since they were starting to become a huge mess. It has some other stuff too… I’m doing this for me but maybe someone finds this stuff useful too:-) xx

Art blogs
Animation blogs 
ArteyAnimacion (this one is in spanish)
Animation & CGI
The Animator’s Survival kit (link to buy the dvds)
ColorCollective (palettes)
Great Pinterest Color board
Skin Tone Swatches 1 (PS)
Skin Tone Swatches 2 (PS)
Digital Art blogs 
barryjohnson77 (he works for disney since 1990)
Digital Drawing Tutorials
“For the Rose Brid” Step-by-step (not really a tutorial but it’s good to watch other’s painting process)
A redraw with some tips
Adding details to skin
Blending tutorial
Blending Tutorial 2 (video)
Concept Cookie (site full of tutorials)
Coloring skin
Hair Palette Chart
How to draw Butts  ◕ω◕✿
How to draw Clouds
How to draw Bubbles
How to draw Eyes & Lashes
How to draw Grass
How to draw a portrait in photoshop
How to Fake Different Art Styles
Lighting (advanced / video)
Perfecting LineArt and Texture (more like a speed-painting, but the artist tells you what tools he used during the video )
Simple Underwater Tutorial
Digital Drawing brushes 
6 Brush-sets from great artits (read the description for the other 5)
Brush Sampler 1 | Brush Sampler 1 (SAI)
Copic Brushes
Skin brushes (PS 7 and up)
Great Brush-set
Traditional Art Drawing Tutorials
Composition Tips by Bill Peet
Color-zones of the face
How to draw eyes (really basic)
How to draw heels (really basic)
Lessons & Tips for Self-taught artists
Proportions of the Human Head (really basic)
Drawing Reference
Anatomy Reference blog
Figure, face & expression, animals, hands & feets
PoseManiacs (Reference for poses)
PoseManiacs Hands Viewer (For some reason the first 3 aren’t hands idk why)
Sitting poses
Understanding Anatomy part 1  (the description has the links for the part 2-7)
Youtube accounts with tutorials & speed-painting
PortraitDrawing  (Speedpainting)
Sharpie2319 (Speedpainting)
TylersArtShack (Traditional Art tutorials & tips)
Zyra333 (Traditional Art Tutorials for Fashion Illustration)
Pinterest is great for inspiration! (awesome art boards)
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I decided to make an art (mainly digital art) masterpost with all my bookmarks since they were starting to become a huge mess. It has some other stuff too… I’m doing this for me but maybe someone finds this stuff useful too:-) xx

Art blogs

Animation blogs 


Digital Art blogs 

Digital Drawing Tutorials

Digital Drawing brushes 

Traditional Art Drawing Tutorials

Drawing Reference

Youtube accounts with tutorials & speed-painting

Pinterest is great for inspiration! (awesome art boards)

(via anatomicalart)


zakkanaction said: Hello Jo! for your most recent piece with Bert, Annie and Reiner - how did you get the effects outlining the 3 of them? *q* when I zoom into the picture, the left side of Bert has a red outline while his right is blue. How did you achieve that, or is that just my mobile screen being wonky? haha thanks in advance!! u w u


ah it’s super easy! you just need photoshop

Wanna try this





(Source: imdb.com, via elixiroverdose)