here are some overalls that I made in my old animal crossing world
Miniature Entertainments photos by Sebastián Vargas
These tiny, masterfully downsized electronics and gaming systems are accurate down to the most minute details: the miniature television set flickers and plays static sounds while the diminutive Playstation sports an equally tiny controller, memory card, and Parappa the Rappa game disc. Rule #883 of the Internet: every thing’s better when it’s kawaii-sized.
I unlocked the QR Machine finally!
If you post this else where please take care to credit me 💕
How the crap can you make those kinds of panels? Does it work with circles/ellipses too?
Honestly I’m probably not using the panel tool as efficiently as possible, but I’m only using it as a rough framework to lay things out because I ultimately ink the panels by hand to make them look less mechanical. I don’t know how to do ellipse panels really because I don’t use them so I’ve never bothered trying to learn. anyway, this is roughly how I lay out Platinum Black pages;
Start with a new page with safe area cutoff
Drop in the thumbnail
select the “rectangular frame tool
Draw a frame in the safe area
Select Divide Frame Border
Roughly cut up the page along the panel lines
Hold “ctrl” and click on the panels to use the sliders and binding boxes to fiddle with their size and placement
Once I’ve gotten them how I want I hold right click on the layer the get the rasterize option
Then I can use the line tool and eraser to futz with panels that aren’t overlapping the way I want.
Then I ink the panels by hand to make them look a little less mechanical
this website SAVED MY BRAIN when i was a stressed out college student who couldn’t stop flipping out long enough to prioritize. quite a few of you are still suffering through college so i hope this helps you too!! c:
reblogging this like the wind and god bless the person who made this
i know how to do the calculation longhand or at least i used to, but hearing it from someone else always silences my irritating voice of anxiety a little better so hopefully some other people can appreciate that effect too
buzzfeedlgbt reports on this amazing app:
Speech Pathologist Kathe Perez has been working with trans clients for years. She recalls one patient’s insightful remark: “It’s that when I talk, it really isn’t a reflection of my soul – it isn’t a reflection of who I am.”
Perez has now developed Eva, the first phone app designed to help transgender users change the pitch and tone of their voice to reflect their identity.
Eva (Exceptional Voice App) is an entire suite of voice training mobile app products for both trans men and women. The app guides users through various lessons and breathing exercises.
The app’s website states it will take at least 6 to 12 months to effectively alter one’s voice. This video clip features an example “before and after” segment, having a user sample her “original” and “altered” voice:
As one user of the app put it: “Voice can be a real liability. There are definitely large parts of this country, even this state, where it’s dangerous to be trans. It can be a matter of life or death.”
At just $4.99, this app is a far more affordable option for users than visiting a vocal coach or speech pathologist. What a great resource!