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8:52pm July 16, 2014

theflyingmongoose:

bluebeans:

lauriejuspeczyk:

7u7:

I’ve been playing so many RPG-Maker games lately so I’m gonna make a little recommendation posts for my own reference, and for anyone who’s interested.

  • Flesh Child - It’s an exploration-based game in the very early stages of development so there’s only two areas accessible, but what’s there is very original and very interesting (and fairly disturbing too).
  • Yume Nikki - I know everyone already knows about Yume Nikki, but I’ll list it anyway. It’s huge and it’s beautiful, and it’s inspiring enough to have a whole wiki devoted to the fan-games it’s spawned.
  • .flow - A pretty popular Yume Nikki fangame, with much more emphasis on horror than that game. Still focuses on exploring a surreal dreamscape to find effects, but it’s a little more lucid and outwardly scary. There’s a few jump scares, but most of its horror comes from the absence in between. Some great pixel art and character designs too.
  • Ib - A story-driven horror adventure about a little girl who gets lost in a museum, where the way you interact with the other characters drastically changes the outcome of the story. Some good puzzles and memorable characters.
  • Lisa - A big trigger warning on this one, and the only one I would say I didn’t actually enjoy. Because you aren’t meant to enjoy it. It’s meant to be disturbing and upsetting, and it’s very good at it. It’s not quite horror and there’s no jump scares, but it’ll leave you feeling uneasy for a while.
  • The Mirror Lied - An abstract story that leaves so much open to interpretation, I don’t think I can even summarize it. It’s very short though, and it’s worth checking out.
  • To the Moon - By the same people as The Mirror Lied, but much more straight-forward and, I think, more enjoyable. Some extremely well-written dialogue makes the characters feel very real, and it even made me cry. It’s the only game here that costs money, but I think it’s worth the price. The link leads to a trailer that summarizes it well.
  • Penpals - A cute and short (yet deceptively unsettling at times) game that’s been floating around tumblr. The art is great and it’s full of weird little bits of personal wisdom.
  • Schuld - A horror-action game where you start off as a man wandering through a dying world in which human limbs are the only thing of any value, and it only gets weirder from there.
  • OFF - The link describes OFF far better than I ever could, but if I could only recommend one game here, it’d be OFF. Probably the largest amount of original content I’ve ever seen in an RPG-Maker game, it’s an actual turn-based RPG full of great surreal art and some kick-ass music.
  • Misao - Anime-styled mystery game with cute character designs. If you liked the style of games like Ib you’ll like Misao. While the graphics aren’t all that particularly gory, the game is still pretty disturbing and involves collecting body parts as a main goal. Can also sometimes be a little silly.
  • Ao Oni - Another mystery solver but with more of a threat level than Ib or Misao. Involves searching a mansion while also being on alert for a demon who can give chase at any time. Sort of reminds me of Clock Tower. 
  • Backstage - Horror-action mystery. Story of a man ultimately trying to figure out his reality and his relationships. He was just using the bathroom and then everything got intense. Trigger warning here for some very mature themes in the plot.
  • Clock of Atonement - Slight trigger warning- you play as a girl’s stalker who has the opportunity to change what happened. Very very short.
  • Mad Father - By the same people who made Misao. A slightly disturbing horror adventure about a little girl trying to help her father. Very nice graphics work, all things considered. Collect all the gems in the game for a special ending.
  • Happy Birthday - Fairly short and fairly new, but a fun mystery game nonetheless. A girl is dead at her birthday party and the female detective on the scene must find out what’s going on.
  • The Longing Ribbon - Horror adventure game where you explore a mansion as a group of lost teenagers. The frustrating battle system is mediated by cheats, and the dialogue options are ridiculous in a humorous way (“:)” says a giant dragon). There’s one exceedingly trippy scene.
  • Miserere - A very moody dream exploration game that’s rather reminiscent of Yume Nikki et al. Best played in the dark, headphones in, etc. “Miserere” is Latin for “have mercy,” fun fact. The mind of a space station’s sole inhabitant. 
6:27pm July 11, 2014
howdyloser:

HOWDYLOSER’S INSANE MASTERPOST WITH 555+ LINKS!
This masterpost is actually huge! All the links are organized and should be in working order. Please message me if something goes wrong!
Contents: 
General
Life
School
Food
Appearance
Music
Art
Cosplaying
Self-Help
Games
Movies/TV Shows
I also run a reference blog if you want to check it out
Please enjoy! All the links are under the cut - it’s awfully long
Read More

howdyloser:

HOWDYLOSER’S INSANE MASTERPOST WITH 555+ LINKS!

This masterpost is actually huge! All the links are organized and should be in working order. Please message me if something goes wrong!

Contents: 

  • General
  • Life
  • School
  • Food
  • Appearance
  • Music
  • Art
  • Cosplaying
  • Self-Help
  • Games
  • Movies/TV Shows

I also run a reference blog if you want to check it out

Please enjoy! All the links are under the cut - it’s awfully long

Read More

6:23pm July 11, 2014
whatreference:

hi! i got the idea for this a few weeks ago, and i’ve recently been getting a few requests to do this, so here it is! all links open in new tabs. i tried my best to link them to their original sources, but some people changed their urls and didn’t show their new ones, or deleted their blogs, so i had to link somewhere else.
I’ve marked my favourites with stars (☆).
this is probably the first masterpost i’ve made that i’m truly happy with, so i i hope you like it and i hope this helps!
general
nerddefender’s masterpost
ruthwilson’s masterpost
arcadias-dream’s masterpost
ehlectrify’s masterpost
im5-official’s masterpost ☆
bakrua’s masterpost
bangarz’s masterpost ☆
bangarz’s masterpost (part 2) ☆
jakebuggh’s masterpost
nicoisbroken’s masterpost
perchancetodance’s masterpost
imjustanaveragefangirl’s masterpost
alliaofrph’s masterpost
voronah’s masterpost
germanottaaa’s masterpost
londontank’s masterpost
ravioliraviolidickioli’s masterpost
rosydrops’s masterpost
icanttellyoubutiknowitsmine’s masterpost
eeclipsed’s masterpost
animeevie’s masterpost
cumberpatch’s masterpost
somethingpointy’s masterpost
remoslupin’s masterpost ☆
—
school/university/studying
keepziam’s masterpost
college-campuses’s masterpost
—
self-help/when you’re sick/rainy days
ultraviolences’s masterpost
br0k3n-dreamland’s masterpost
yolucas’s masterpost
audreyheckburn’s masterpost
caskisses’s masterpost (mainly anxiety)
—
movies
phyerfly’s masterpost ☆
floweries’s masterpost
unexplained-events’s masterpost (horror movies only) ☆
diamondheroes’s masterpost
nonbinarywillywonka’s masterpost ☆
diminishes’s masterpost ☆
—
themes/backgrounds
meroku’s masterpost (photoshop/themes)
links—awakening’s masterpost
angelsfall’s masterpost
toukos’s masterpost (pixel backgrounds only)
tsumdere’s masterpost (backgrounds only)
chriscolfr’s masterpost
—
art
ptsbrushes’s masterpost (sai brushes only)
norisus’s masterpost ☆
—
writing
bigbraingene’s masterpost (writing search engines only)
ladyknightrps’s masterpost ☆
rptheme-helper’s masterpost (writing softwares only)
—
other
killyouranxiety’s hobby masterpost ☆
fyeahtutorial’s photoshop download masterpost
finaltrinity’s art website masterpost
the-juicy-juice-hyptoneuse’s masterpost masterpost
kidsign’s beauty/health masterpost
abercrombier’s makeup masterpost ☆

whatreference:

hi! i got the idea for this a few weeks ago, and i’ve recently been getting a few requests to do this, so here it is! all links open in new tabs. i tried my best to link them to their original sources, but some people changed their urls and didn’t show their new ones, or deleted their blogs, so i had to link somewhere else.

I’ve marked my favourites with stars (☆).

this is probably the first masterpost i’ve made that i’m truly happy with, so i i hope you like it and i hope this helps!

general

nerddefender’s masterpost

ruthwilson’s masterpost

arcadias-dream’s masterpost

ehlectrify’s masterpost

im5-official’s masterpost ☆

bakrua’s masterpost

bangarz’s masterpost ☆

bangarz’s masterpost (part 2) ☆

jakebuggh’s masterpost

nicoisbroken’s masterpost

perchancetodance’s masterpost

imjustanaveragefangirl’s masterpost

alliaofrph’s masterpost

voronah’s masterpost

germanottaaa’s masterpost

londontank’s masterpost

ravioliraviolidickioli’s masterpost

rosydrops’s masterpost

icanttellyoubutiknowitsmine’s masterpost

eeclipsed’s masterpost

animeevie’s masterpost

cumberpatch’s masterpost

somethingpointy’s masterpost

remoslupin’s masterpost ☆

school/university/studying

keepziam’s masterpost

college-campuses’s masterpost

self-help/when you’re sick/rainy days

ultraviolences’s masterpost

br0k3n-dreamland’s masterpost

yolucas’s masterpost

audreyheckburn’s masterpost

caskisses’s masterpost (mainly anxiety)

movies

phyerfly’s masterpost ☆

floweries’s masterpost

unexplained-events’s masterpost (horror movies only) ☆

diamondheroes’s masterpost

nonbinarywillywonka’s masterpost ☆

diminishes’s masterpost ☆

themes/backgrounds

meroku’s masterpost (photoshop/themes)

links—awakening’s masterpost

angelsfall’s masterpost

toukos’s masterpost (pixel backgrounds only)

tsumdere’s masterpost (backgrounds only)

chriscolfr’s masterpost

art

ptsbrushes’s masterpost (sai brushes only)

norisus’s masterpost ☆

writing

bigbraingene’s masterpost (writing search engines only)

ladyknightrps’s masterpost ☆

rptheme-helper’s masterpost (writing softwares only)

other

killyouranxiety’s hobby masterpost ☆

fyeahtutorial’s photoshop download masterpost

finaltrinity’s art website masterpost

the-juicy-juice-hyptoneuse’s masterpost masterpost

kidsign’s beauty/health masterpost

abercrombier’s makeup masterpost ☆

8:24pm July 10, 2014
belaliechs:

Train Like a Demigod // A PJO Workout Mix
songs to workout to so you’ll be ready to save the world when the time comes

1. Salute by Little Mix / 2. Run Boy Run (Remix) by Woodkid / 3. We Come Running (Remix) by Youngblood Hawke / 4. Wrecking Ball (Remix) by Miley Cyrus / 5. So What by Pink / 6. Venus by Lady Gaga / 7. Black Sheep by Gin Wigmore / 8. 99 Problems by Hugo / 9. The Phoenix by Fall Out Boy

{listen} {art source}

belaliechs:

Train Like a Demigod // A PJO Workout Mix

songs to workout to so you’ll be ready to save the world when the time comes

1. Salute by Little Mix / 2. Run Boy Run (Remix) by Woodkid / 3. We Come Running (Remix) by Youngblood Hawke / 4. Wrecking Ball (Remix) by Miley Cyrus / 5. So What by Pink / 6. Venus by Lady Gaga / 7. Black Sheep by Gin Wigmore / 8. 99 Problems by Hugo / 9. The Phoenix by Fall Out Boy

{listen} {art source}

1:23am July 10, 2014

space-soap:

or, at least, throw a party!!

Hey, cool kids! a couple of days ago i made this post about a really fun, free dating sim called Great Personality! It looks like a few of you guys already play it. :^) If not, let me give you the cliffnotes version:

  • its free
  • it’s fucking free god bless america im broke
  • MALE, FEMALE, AND NON-BINARY ROMANCE OPTIONS THAT ARE AVAILABLE TO **ALL** PLAYERS CAN I GET A HALLELUJAH???
  • 32 unique characters from all walks of life. I’m talking about different races, different economic means, different goals and dreams.
  • In case you need to re-read the last bullet point, yes I did say 32 entire routes. you are literally living in a bustling city full of attractive, single queer people. heaven is a real place and i’ve found it. (well, it’s a fictional place that can be accessed through your computer screen, but uh.)
  • it’s being broken up into four smaller games, so right now (i made this post february 2nd, 2014- check the website) you can only do 8 different routes, but most of the art is already done for the other games, so I’m fairly sure that they’ll be released soon.
  • The art and environments are so cute??? They are so cute. All the characters are drawn by different artists with unique, gorgeous art styles. The illustrations are incredible.
  • You aren’t gendered! no one uses gendered pronouns to describe you! You are a genderless entity with a name and a hometown that you enter at the beginning of your playthrough. that means: 
  • A) no awkward queer media trope bullshit! (because they don’t know whether you’re a queer couple or a heterosexual one, so there’s no opportunity for that. i can date a girl and get the same amount of respect that i would get dating a guy. no one mentions it it’s GREAT)
  • B) are you a non-binary person who’s sick of having to answer, “IS YOUR CHARACTER A BOY OR A GIRL BC OBVIOUSLY THESE ARE THE ONLY TWO POSSIBLE CONCLUSIONS” for every god damn roleplaying game on the market? today is your lucky day.
  • C) You can play as yourself! Or, if you’re the writing/artsy/character-creating type, you can make an oc that you ship with the character you’re romancing! :^)
  • Out of 32 characters, you are BOUND to find someone that you like! especially because…
  • It’s based on the Meyer’s Briggs personality classification system! (that means, somewhere, there’s a character that might resemble you. pretty cool, right???) the romance is also based on the Meyer’s Briggs theories of compatibility. Your Genderless Entity self takes on certain personality traits that are complementary to the person that you are romancing. (never in an uncomfortable, i-would-never-do-that kind of way, or at least, not from my experiance!) You might even learn a thing or two about what draws you to different people!!
  • Did i mention it was free??? then what the fuck are you waiting for!??? (ps: if you like it, you should totes donate, because those artists worked their asses off.)

If you make posts about it, please put them in the #great personality tag, so we can all see them!!

12:31am July 10, 2014

How I Afford Travel

travelpaintrepeat:

Badass trips on a not-so-badass budget. 

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Many travel blogs are written by people who’ve sold all their possessions and have taken a huge plunge into the world of long-term travel. This can sound expensive at first, but when you consider that you don’t have rent or a car payment in this lifestyle (or much room to carry any possessions), it can actually be very cheap to live this way, provided you can work a little along the way, or do some kind of virtual freelancing or contract work.

I’m not one of those people.

I do have rent to pay, and a car payment, and bills, and the trappings of a fairly typical middle class young urban professional life. I have a cat. I work in a cubicle. I like some amount of routine, and sleeping in my own bed. I have a ladder to climb, that I want to climb. 

I also don’t have a ton of free income to spend on travel.

Despite all this, in the past 2 years I’ve managed to visit 9 cities in 4 countries (Colombia, Jordan, Egypt, Spain) and very soon I’ll be off to visit 7 more cities in 3 countries (Italy, Croatia, and Spain again — I love Spain), a 17 day trip; a few weeks after I return, I’m off again on a small trip to Mexico for a wedding. When I’m done, that’s 16 cities, 7 countries, in just 2 years. Not much for the permanent nomad, but a lot for someone who’s expected to be at work by 9am every weekday.

When people find out how much I travel, some imagine I must have a lot of spare income or be a trust fund baby. I keep encountering this perception — especially among Americans — that travel is this huge undertaking that is incredibly expensive. Well, it sure can be, if you choose to make it that way. But if you step outside this perception, and do some research, you’ll find that it really doesn’t have to be that way. Travel can be affordable, if you plan for it and prioritize it in your life.

Here’s how I do it:

1. Flights. By far, this can be the single most expensive purchase of your trip. A coach round trip ticket from the US to Europe usually runs anywhere from $700-1200 on average, depending on the season. The trick is: don’t buy your ticket with actual money. Buy it with fake money called points or miles. A few years ago, I strategically opened 2 different credit cards (one an AmEx, one a British Airways Visa) with unusually crazy high enrollment bonuses. Within just a few months’ time I went from 0 miles to 50,000 AmEx points (redeemable for airline miles on at least a 1:1 basis) and 100,000 British Airways miles. Keep in mind, BA is part of the OneWorld alliance, so I can book with other airlines using these miles. In just a few months’ time, with 2 credit cards (that didn’t hurt my credit, by the way) I earned enough miles to take 3 international round trip flights — without ever stepping on an airplane. I got the AmEx points simply for opening the card, and I earned the BA miles after spending $2500 in 3 months, which wasn’t that hard for me because I strategically put ALL my expenses on the card for 3 months. 

The trick is knowing which cards to open. These cards usually aren’t well advertised, so you’ll have to do your research. A few good resources to get you started: 

Unconventional Guides: Frequent Flyer Master by Chris Guillebeau. This is actually the first resource I used to learn more about travel hacking. If you’re a total newb, as I was, this is the best introduction to the world of frequent flyer miles that exists. But it’s not overly simplistic; there are a ton of insider tricks and tools in here that I haven’t even taken advantage of yet. This guide is the reason I earned 150,000 miles without stepping foot on an airplane.

FrugalTravelGuy.com This is a great blog for those interested in staying up to date on the latest frequent flyer news and credit card offers.

FlyerTalk.com This is a forum for the serious hardcore travel hackers — the credit card “churners” who sometimes earn up to 1 million miles a year doing this. FlyerTalk can be intimidating at first if you’re new to all this, so I’d recommend starting from the top and working your way down.

2. Rooms. Very rarely do I stay in what most Americans think of as a “hotel” when I travel abroad. Many travel hackers and frequent business travelers are loyal to a certain brand of hotel, especially those with their own reward points systems, which earn them free stays (and yes, there are credit cards for this too). These can be a great value and I do participate in a few programs like Hilton HHonors for stateside bookings. For my international trips, however, I prefer everyday price flexibility, so I book a variety of inexpensive, off the beaten path accommodation types — and none of them involve splitting a room with strangers, camping (not counting the bedouin camp I stayed with in Petra, which I did for the experience and not the savings), or couchsurfing. A lot of people associate budget travel with roughing it, but it is possible to be comfortable. In fact, by avoiding the beaten path, I usually have a less expensive, equally as comfortable, and more interesting cultural experience.

Most of my international trips have involved staying at a combination of private rooms at hostels, small independently owned hotels, bed & breakfasts, and private apartments.

Hostelworld.com This room search and booking site will expand your idea of what a hostel can be. Often you’ll find that smaller, inexpensive and independent hotels will list rooms on Hostelworld even if they have a website and brand themselves as a hotel or bed & breakfast. You can search for rooms nearly anywhere in the world, filter by room type (most hostels have private bedrooms, some with private bathrooms and some with shared bathrooms), location (there’s a handy map view), price and more. It’s also low risk - you just pay a small 10% down payment when you book and the rest when you check in. I’ve stayed in some very nice hostels for a fraction of the cost of an equal quality hotel and it’s one of the first places I look when I start planning a trip.

Booking.com This is a rising star in the online travel booking world for hotels. Based in Amsterdam, they are one of my top sources for rooms in Europe (though they offer rooms in several other parts of the world too). Booking.com’s strength is their breadth of rooms available; you can find a variety of low-cost, tiny, independently owned hotels that will be difficult or impossible to find elsewhere. They even offer free cancellation on many rooms. Their pricing also cannot be beat — sometimes I even find rooms that are less expensive than hostels!

Airbnb.com I am a huge fan of this service. A major disruptor to the online travel booking industry, Airbnb offers you the ability to reserve a room in a private apartment directly through someone who lives and is local to the place you’re going. You can book entire apartments or just spare bedrooms, allowing you the choice between having a cozy place all to yourself or staying with — and getting to know— a local, something that may not have happened otherwise (and my most memorable trips have been those in which I connected with locals while I was there). A few other perks can involve more amenities than a budget hostel or hotel may offer, such as the ability to wash your own laundry or cook your own food if you need to (it is an apartment, after all). I travel for 2 weeks at a time when possible (more on that later), and I pack only a carry-on. After a week like that, a washing machine is an unexpectedly welcome blessing. You’ll also get to feel more like a local, even if you never meet your host. You’re staying in a neighborhood, not a commercial, touristy zone. There’s a lot to be said for that. Finally, I love their website. Not only very easy to use and socially integrated, the design is beautiful. I love flipping through the home slideshow of gorgeous apartments on offer. It’s interior design porn at its most authentic — these are real peoples’ homes!

3. Timing and trip length. I would be remiss to say that the above 2 factors are the only methods I use to travel to so many places affordably. The fact is, I can say I fit in 16 cities and 7 countries in 2 years because of how many of those cities and countries I manage to pack into a single trip. In 2011, I did only a 1-week trip to Colombia. In 2012, I did a 17-day trip to Jordan, Egypt, and Spain. This year, I’ll do another 17-day trip (that’s essentially 12 vacation days) to Italy, Croatia, and Spain. Considering all the places within those countries I travel to in each trip, I typically pack up and move on every 2-3 days. That’s not a lot of time in each place! Just enough to visit the major sites, take in the atmosphere, and decide if I’m intrigued enough to return someday to make a longer trip of it.

This pace is not for everyone, but it works for me. I’m restless, and like squeezing every drop out of my precious vacation days. Plus, nothing’s worse than booking 5 days in a place you’ve never been, only to arrive and find out you’re bored after 1 day and it’s too late to make any changes. I intend to see the world, and I have to do it in 2 weeks per year. So, I compromise. It can be a little tiring, but I don’t take these trips necessarily to relax — I take them to recharge in other ways. Travel is my passion and I crave new cultural experiences. My worldview has expanded a little more each time I set foot on US soil again; this is creative fuel to the fire of everything I do, from painting to marketing strategy. That’s why I’m determined to prioritize it, even with a limited budget. For those who’ve also been bitten by the travel bug, you get it. The rest of the world will go on thinking that we’re rich, and I suppose that’s fine.

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At the Hotel Oriental Rivoli in Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt. Somewhat fancy, resort-style digs. About $60/night.

12:06pm July 3, 2014
upallnightogetloki:

prettylittlewitch96:

literallybyronic:

policymic:

Aggressive guy won’t leave you alone? Give them this number (669) 221-6251

A new service is angling to help out women worried about how their rejection will be handled by overly-aggressive gentleman callers. It’s called the Feminist Phone Intervention, and it’s a brilliantly simple trick for socially active.
It works like this: The next time you give a man your number to get him to leave you alone, use this one: (669) 221-6251, courtesy of the folks over Feminist Intervention. When someone calls that number, they’ll reach a computer-recorded message of a bell hooks quotation — so you can “protect your privacy while dropping some feminist knowledge when your unwanted ‘suitor’ calls or texts,” the website explains. It works for texts, too. 
Read more 


so useful. spread this shit like wildfire

We shouldn’t need this, but I’m glad we have it

FOR THE RECORD, the 669 area code is for San Jose, California so if some nosey mother fucker asks you why your number doesn’t have an area code matching said region (run), you can claim you just moved from San Jose and haven’t changed your number over yet.
I know we can’t all just give it and walk off so for safety reasons, it’s good to know.

upallnightogetloki:

prettylittlewitch96:

literallybyronic:

policymic:

Aggressive guy won’t leave you alone? Give them this number (669) 221-6251

A new service is angling to help out women worried about how their rejection will be handled by overly-aggressive gentleman callers. It’s called the Feminist Phone Intervention, and it’s a brilliantly simple trick for socially active.

It works like this: The next time you give a man your number to get him to leave you alone, use this one: (669) 221-6251, courtesy of the folks over Feminist Intervention. When someone calls that number, they’ll reach a computer-recorded message of a bell hooks quotation — so you can “protect your privacy while dropping some feminist knowledge when your unwanted ‘suitor’ calls or texts,” the website explains. It works for texts, too. 

Read more 

so useful. spread this shit like wildfire

We shouldn’t need this, but I’m glad we have it

FOR THE RECORD, the 669 area code is for San Jose, California so if some nosey mother fucker asks you why your number doesn’t have an area code matching said region (run), you can claim you just moved from San Jose and haven’t changed your number over yet.

I know we can’t all just give it and walk off so for safety reasons, it’s good to know.

5:21pm July 2, 2014
whatreference:

links—awakening:

THEME RESOURCE MASTERPOST hey guys i really like themes so here’s stuff that i have for thatthemes (mostly redux themes, in no order) { tukut | piikmin / pkmnblack2 | transapostate | dolleye | senpiez | reduxedits | koduck | maomu | tomkirk | peerrathemes | medicine | reduxthemes | shittierthemes | vulcanthemes | rotferkelthemes | owl-doll | basedthemes | borinq | starshrine | selmasthemes | yeageralert | toukos | yurimajesty | meroku | rillaz | drsofialamb | draftworu | zeldathemes | tiredpup | gumballtheprince | risahawkeye | zealpunch | he1975 | plurthemes | redspies | skywardsword | themes-are-rad | hiccupkind | zweilous | ashtonirwn } backgrounds { unsplash | tukut | tomkirk | snaappy | toukos | chipsprites | pigletlouis | pastel-backgrounds | coroncina | oessa | maito | seers (pkmn) | subtlepatterns | odetotheorbeez | nasa | tsumdere | mannly | bakura | backgrounds-baby | sirenknights | tomhiddlcston | peekachiu | adventuresofjimmyneutron (2) | koduck | ernoticon | rillaz | nyooms | nyooms (2) | tukut (2) | germball | sceneriies | pixelscenery | backgrounds-bby | princess-leijon | pojii | anime-backgrounds | anime-backgrounds (2) | fetch-backgrounds } pixels { engrampixel | pixel-diary | pixeliette | fruchtgummi | pixel-dreams | pixel-soup | adventuresofjimmyneutron | pixelsplease | squidderydoo | acnl everything from welcometoathena | pkmn gen 6 sprites from pkparaiso | all pkmn sprites from pokecheck | pokemon-personalities | studiopixels | perfect-pixels | pixelshiba | nonty | pixels—galore | pixel-fagg0t } resource blogs (linked to their navigation pages) { squidderydoo | -jigglypuff | adventuresofjimmyneutron | 17px | yourreferences | skyref | rillaz | whatreference | pixels—galore } misc. { 'theme decoration' masterpost from peerrathemes | cursor tutorial by asdfghjkl-tutorials | updates tab masterpost from ashtonirwns | cursor masterpost from suppisunthemes | music player how-to from zuvia | favicons from nonty | favicons from pixels—galore }
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//5 hours later//
well there ya go. if there are errors, or if you want something of yours removed, send me a message. thanks guys!header pixel by brbaltering

whatreference:

links—awakening:

THEME RESOURCE MASTERPOST

hey guys i really like themes so here’s stuff that i have for that

themes (mostly redux themes, in no order)
{ tukut | piikmin / pkmnblack2 | transapostate | dolleye | senpiez | reduxedits | koduck | maomu | tomkirk | peerrathemes | medicine | reduxthemes | shittierthemes | vulcanthemes | rotferkelthemes | owl-doll | basedthemes | borinq | starshrine | selmasthemes | yeageralert | toukos | yurimajesty | meroku | rillaz | drsofialamb | draftworu | zeldathemes | tiredpup | gumballtheprince | risahawkeye | zealpunch | he1975 | plurthemes | redspies | skywardsword | themes-are-rad | hiccupkind | zweilous | ashtonirwn }

backgrounds
{ unsplash | tukut | tomkirk | snaappy | toukos | chipsprites | pigletlouis | pastel-backgrounds | coroncina | oessa | maito | seers (pkmn) | subtlepatterns | odetotheorbeez | nasa | tsumdere | mannly | bakura | backgrounds-baby | sirenknights | tomhiddlcston | peekachiu | adventuresofjimmyneutron (2) | koduck | ernoticon | rillaz | nyooms | nyooms (2) | tukut (2) | germball | sceneriies | pixelscenery | backgrounds-bby | princess-leijon | pojii | anime-backgrounds | anime-backgrounds (2) | fetch-backgrounds }

pixels
{ engrampixel | pixel-diary | pixeliette | fruchtgummi | pixel-dreams | pixel-soup | adventuresofjimmyneutron | pixelsplease | squidderydoo | acnl everything from welcometoathena | pkmn gen 6 sprites from pkparaiso | all pkmn sprites from pokecheck | pokemon-personalities | studiopixels | perfect-pixels | pixelshiba | nonty | pixels—galore | pixel-fagg0t }

resource blogs (linked to their navigation pages)
{ squidderydoo | -jigglypuff | adventuresofjimmyneutron | 17px | yourreferences | skyref | rillaz | whatreference | pixels—galore }

misc.
{ 'theme decoration' masterpost from peerrathemes | cursor tutorial by asdfghjkl-tutorials | updates tab masterpost from ashtonirwns | cursor masterpost from suppisunthemes | music player how-to from zuvia | favicons from nonty | favicons from pixels—galore }

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//5 hours later//

well there ya go. if there are errors, or if you want something of yours removed, send me a message. thanks guys!
header pixel by brbaltering

12:44am July 2, 2014
sqbr:

[A map of the night sky divided into constellations, each with their own symbol. They have been coloured like a hue/saturation map, a spectrum horizontally and white to black vertically]
biichama:

psychick:

jinglebellcrusher:

karkats-rant:

fancyfishies:

So I found this astrological chart that was black and white and decided to color it according to the Homestuck Hemospectrum. All the cannon troll signs are the correct color. I took some liberties with the other signs by mixing the colors depending on where they are placed in-between the cannon ones.
I am not to fond of black and white bloods, but I still felt like they needed a place.
If applied to a fan adventure it would most likely be used for a troll planet based on medieval times or possibly in the future where culling is not as common, thus allowing more impurities and mutants to hatch. ¿Hmmmmmm?

Dangit, now I’m tempted to try and challenge myself into thinking up a fantroll design for every sign that I see on this chart. Really tempted…

:o

This is an awesome idea, and I anticipate many fantrolls to come of it. HERE, LET ME HELP
Symbols, alphabetically by name of symbol, with color next to name:


holy shit, this is AMAZING

sqbr:

[A map of the night sky divided into constellations, each with their own symbol. They have been coloured like a hue/saturation map, a spectrum horizontally and white to black vertically]

biichama:

psychick:

jinglebellcrusher:

karkats-rant:

fancyfishies:

So I found this astrological chart that was black and white and decided to color it according to the Homestuck Hemospectrum. All the cannon troll signs are the correct color. I took some liberties with the other signs by mixing the colors depending on where they are placed in-between the cannon ones.

I am not to fond of black and white bloods, but I still felt like they needed a place.

If applied to a fan adventure it would most likely be used for a troll planet based on medieval times or possibly in the future where culling is not as common, thus allowing more impurities and mutants to hatch. ¿Hmmmmmm?


Dangit, now I’m tempted to try and challenge myself into thinking up a fantroll design for every sign that I see on this chart. Really tempted…

:o

This is an awesome idea, and I anticipate many fantrolls to come of it. HERE, LET ME HELP

Symbols, alphabetically by name of symbol, with color next to name:

Color Coded Constellations

holy shit, this is AMAZING