"Art Nouveau ‘Belle de Nuit’ brooch, circa 1900. Diamond,
ivory & plique-à-jour enamel”. Image from Christies.
Handheld weapons from the Gilbert Islands, studded with a variety of shark teeth.
smoke and mirrors
what if you woke up with amnesia and all you could remember was your tumblr password and you had to discover who you were based off your posts
“wow I sure had a thing for boats”
this is the most perfect thing on tumblr omfg
Ahhhh, thank you! And sorry for taking ages to reply here, I made all the images below like a few minutes after you sent this ask, then my internet decided that it didn’t like the idea of uploading things, and then I just completely forgot to try again later. Aaaa.
So yeah, here’s a break down of where all the pins went. In the legs, I pretty much put a pin wherever there’d be a bone joint in a typical bipedal animal. The placement of the anchor points were all very important too, as I also used the standard transformations (scale, rotate, position, etc) to get the look that I wanted.
I still made one or two mistakes though. as you can see, the soles of the feet are supposed to be fairly flat. But the final thing ended up slightly concave like this. (for some reason, tumblr’s only letting me upload one image in this ask, so there’s a link)
I do know how to fix that problem though. I should’ve starched the base of the feet. Simple solution, but went totally forgotten by me.
So yeah, that’s about it! Thanks for asking!
Oh, also, Ross Plaskow has some great tutorials on his youtube. I’d totally recommend looking at his stuff.
warm up of white hair anime boy
I’VE SEEN THIS POST FOR THE PAST TWO DAYS AND JUST NOW GOT THE JOKE.
lucy liu filming elementary // season 3