alexvb01
graphiteknight:

This is part of a full, quick comic I’m still making right now, but wanted to toss the first three panels up because they can work on their own too.
Context is that I made Vaike and Miriel get married since his instinct goes well with her logic. And I think he’s the only one who doesn’t mind her almost robotic way of looking at things. Plus their first appearance was together so there’s that.

I love you xD

graphiteknight:

This is part of a full, quick comic I’m still making right now, but wanted to toss the first three panels up because they can work on their own too.

Context is that I made Vaike and Miriel get married since his instinct goes well with her logic. And I think he’s the only one who doesn’t mind her almost robotic way of looking at things. Plus their first appearance was together so there’s that.

I love you xD

batlesbo

jemeryl:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

howthehelldidibecomeaduck:

fuckyeahsexpositivity:

bisexualzuko:

onionhighonionandrenown:

viyahshadinikah:

Lesbian Jewish-Hindu Wedding 

This is both gorgeous and adorable.

The caption delights me.

The level of cuteness in this needs to stop.

—BB

I like the modern and traditional dresses together, that’s so cool!

THIS IS TRULY THE CUTEST THING IN THE UNIVERSE <3

I will forever need Indian ladies getting married to other ladies on my dash <3

alexvb01

cosmickonett:

After 6 years of using this program I finally figured this out, so I decided to share the technique. IDK, it sure beats the “Use brush with no pen pressure to make a dot” type of thing.

The use of the vector layer comes with other nifty things like:

  • No decrease in quality while transforming
  • No 500px size limit
  • Playing with line thickness and distortion

So, I hope this comes in handy to a few of you!

You can make a Hexagon by using the Line Tool instead and turning the canvas 4 times each click. I’m sure you can do other things, but I haven’t figured those out yet.