Quinntastrophe
serene-disgust:

full-of-steel:

technologyisreadytowear:

Scarfs for Autism
Leo Chao, a student at Emily Carr University, designed the Beagle, a scarf that people can wrap around them. Texture, sounds, and even smells create a calming cocoon that will distract and soothe an autistic person when they’re feeling over stimulated. It’s the electronic version of a blankie that has actual health benefits.

I know people in my life who need this.
Honestly, I bet it could help with anxiety too.

This is wonderful.

serene-disgust:

full-of-steel:

technologyisreadytowear:

Scarfs for Autism

Leo Chao, a student at Emily Carr University, designed the Beagle, a scarf that people can wrap around them. Texture, sounds, and even smells create a calming cocoon that will distract and soothe an autistic person when they’re feeling over stimulated. It’s the electronic version of a blankie that has actual health benefits.

I know people in my life who need this.

Honestly, I bet it could help with anxiety too.

This is wonderful.

sebsonandfriends:

nonespark:

i have wasted my entire life.

THIS IS WHY I LOVE TUMBLR

sebsonandfriends:

nonespark:

i have wasted my entire life.

THIS IS WHY I LOVE TUMBLR

ianjq:

stevencrewniverse:

What is a “Distance Model”?

When a character is seen in the distance, too much line complexity will create an over-complicated image. We drop detail to simulate the effect of seeing a character far away. If you’ve managed to notice this already, you’re not just seeing things- it’s quite intentional.

Because the show is animated by hand, we prefer not to scale down a complicated drawing- it becomes unclear and messy. Instead we use a distance model, which is a simplified version of that character.

Also they’re really cute.

Lead Character Designer: Danny Hynes

Character Designer: Colin Howard

Color: Tiffany Ford

Color Assist: Jasmin Lai

Distance Guide: Ian Jones-Quartey

one of my favorite visual tricks we do for SU!

The Basics of Weapons

fictionwritingtips:

A lot of your characters might have weapons they’re proficient at.  Unless they’re already pros before the beginning of your novel, you might have to explain their training. This can be difficult, especially if you have absolutely no idea how to use that weapon.

I decided to link to a few articles/websites that might help you with your research. This is also useful if your character is constructing a weapon. Here are a few weapon basics—

Bow & Arrow

How to make a Bow and Arrow

Basic Archery Training Steps

American Indian Archery

Guns

How Guns Work

How to Fire a Handgun

Gun Timeline

Sword Fighting

Not What You Think it is

Sword Fighting Basics

Sword Fighting Stances

Fictional Weapons

List of Fictional Weapons

Creating Imaginary Weapons

Dangerous Fictional Weapons

Creating Fantasy Weapons

Guide to Fantasy Weapons

-Kris Noel

deluminator:

my sister isn’t talking 2 me bc earlier she was doing her homework and she was like ‘god i need somewhere flat to write’ and i said ‘how about your chest’ 

holy-trinity5ever:

niqqa-prease:

ruinedchildhood:

Forget the olympics. I watched the Disney Channel games

Why don’t they do this anymore

I just appreciated the fact that they put Corbin Bleu on the blue team

pokemongeographic:

by さび抜き
It’s awesome how even your remote secret bases in pokemon get good wifi

pokemongeographic:

by さび抜き

It’s awesome how even your remote secret bases in pokemon get good wifi

timmynook:

irl im very shy and timid. im like a small animal. approach me calmly with a snack

Polar bear cub climbing his mother [x]