I sort of taught myself how to do this by trial and error when I was making the latest page of my webcomic. I felt it might be useful to share. Thanks for looking!
More Tutorials Here
this is perfect. guys, take notes
i swear this is the most pornographic post in tumblr
Character design and drawing are tome-sized topics and even if I had all the answers (I don’t - I have a lot to learn), I’m not sure I could communicate them effectively. I’ve gathered some thoughts and ideas here, though, in case they’re helpful.
First, some general things:
LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT THIS NEAT THING OKAY?
Just to preface this, I don’t know if anyone else has posted this, so if you have, I’m sorry! I’m posting for anybody with any anxiety, stress, want to cool down from a rough day, or just need background noise to function!
This is a really neat site because you have more than one noise to choose from to listen to. If rain isn’t really your thing, they have crackling fire and breaking waves, and it’s just really relaxing. And you know what’s the coolest part about each noise? You can change the levels. You can slide and switch levels around to have the perfect amount of thunder, or light rain, or crackles in your fire, or foamy sea goodness! Each noise (to my knowledge) has 10 sliders for different sounds within said noise, so you can mix and listen for as long as you need! And if you don’t feel like mixing it yourself, there’s a neat button called “Animate” which allows the noise to evolve and change itself, so it gives it a little flavor.
It even has some that are specifically catering to mental health and sound therapy.
But really, I encourage everyone to at least try it out, it’s just super neat and it calms me down and serves as a nice low noise in the background if I need it for sleep or working on homework.
Don’t get too stressed out, my awesome fellow writers! Take some time to relax. Or use this as ambient noise while writing.
The accepted idea of medieval use of herbs follows the idea of the household herb garden. Herbs were very important to several aspects of the medieval home and didn’t just provide a medicinal function. Herbs were also used to season food and to ward away unwanted…
Bloodstain Pattern Analysis (BPA) - Resource for Crime Writers
well you never know when this might come in handy.
A very useful set of simple charts for armour research. I wish there were more.
Since I don’t know a ton about the 1700s from the top of my head, I figured it might be a better idea to start off your research, instead. Most of the links regard the Americas and Great Britain, because you’re probably writing about those places
but hopefully I’m wrong.
- What was South Africa like in 1750?
- The 18th Century: Rococo and a Bottle of
- Britain in the mid 1700’s.
- African Americans in Connecticut 1700-1850.
- Philadelphia Timeline, 1700s.
- Diary of Count Axel Fersen.
- France in the mid-1700’s.
- Useful Charts.
- Pirate University.
- 1700s West Africa.
- 1700’s Food.
- Colonial America & 17th/18th century France.
- 18th Century Foods.
- 18TH Century tavern food.
- French Settlers - Food.
- 18th Century and Regency Thieves Cant.
- A Listing of 18th Century Slang.
- Explore the 1700s.
- Speaking of the Past: the Words of Colonial Williamsburg.
- A Brief History of English, with Chronology.
- Coffeehouse Culture in 18th Century London.
- 18th Century Gentleman.
- Life of Children in the 1700s.
- Sin City.
- Pirates in the 1700s and How they Functioned.
- Woman in the Late 1700s.
- Spectacle Case and spectacles.
- Digital Archive of American Architecture.
- The Eighteenth Century.
- England’s Hellish Prisons.
- American Asylums and its Haunting Legacy.