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Hunger games, Divergent series, Pretty Little Liars, Vampire Diaries, Glee...just to name a few. Fan girl of all things 21st century.
Glee, Pretty Little Liars, Vampire Diaries, Divergent Series, Sarah Dessen,
Fan girling over all of them.
"No one will miss me", "I’m better off dead"

after-crisis:

When I worked at a non-profit that handled suicide prevention, I had access to the donation records. Each month, a specific man donated 15$ to our organization. It was like clockwork.. same day, same man, he had been doing this for over 4 years. It always seemed odd to me but I never questioned it… until I saw a note attached one month. "For Noah- Dad"

his donation was once his child’s allowance.

I can promise you, they would miss you for the rest of their lives.

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troyesivan:

hiiiiii everyone! 
SO the time has come to release my first ever single, Happy Little Pill. I have spent the large majority of the last few years of my life on this website, hanging with you guys, that it only felt right to premiere it a day or two early on here haha
I wrote this song during a bit of a rough time for someone super close to me, and for myself, and it still means as much to me as the day i wrote it, and i’m still as in love with it as the day i wrote it (which is rare for me!!). I couldn’t be prouder to be giving it to you guys today :’) Thanks for sticking around for so long, for supporting me and other online talent, and for now listening! I have the best and craziest and most committed audience in the world, and I love you all endlessly.
Happy Little Pill is available everywhere July 25, along with the preorder for TRXYE.
TRXYE is out August 15. 
Click here to keep updated!
<3
Troye x
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ughilikeyou:

WHERE IS THIS FROM


What movie is this from??
Anonymous: how do u draw folds in clothes? i get kinda confused.

cxrolyn:

ooh thanks for asking!! I don’t know if my way is correct, but this is how I find it easiest :) There are a few different types of folds that you could choose to do, depending on where they are on the body - the two main types that I like to use are baggy/loose clothing folds, and falling/flowing folds!

For baggy/loose folds, I start off by drawing the outline of the body without clothing. Then draw a simple sketch of the clothing and guess where it would be a bit loose or baggy.

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A good way to think of where the fabric falls is to look at the parts of the body that stand out, and have it fall down off these points.

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you can then clean it up a bit by doing a final outline :)

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Falling Folds are probably the most fun to do!! I start off like usual doing a rough outline beneath what I’m doing, and this really helps when you’re starting out and you’re not sure where to do the lines

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Then draw a squiggly line along the edge for the hem of the fabric - starting in the middle and then squiggling upwards looks the most natural :)

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after that, draw lines upwards on the outsides of the folds - try to make it fold away from the middle.

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Then draw along the bottom edge and along the pink lines, only drawing the bits of the hem that are showing on the outside though.

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After finishing off the outline, you can add shading! (of course you can colour it in and use whatever shading style you want, just think about where the light is coming from)

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And just remember that the best way to learn about fabric folds is by looking at pictures and people around you in real life! I hope this has helped out, thanks for asking xx

-Dana


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irismai7:

Because drawing hands is the hardest.. by Paperwick
collarbcnes-deactivated20140816: Oh wow ehm I'd love to see how you do Ginny, Hermoine or Luna (don't know if you ever drew her actually?) but thank you so much! You're lovely :) I want to get better at drawing cartoon-ish characters, fanart is so much fun omg <3

potterdoodlez:

Sorry this took me a bit. I had finals and then moved out of my dorm for the summer.:) And I have drawn Luna before actually.^^ She’s a favorite of mine. But I don’t draw her too often so I decided to use her in making this tutorial. Hope you can get something from this, I’m not an expert or anything.XD But I tried.^^ Anywoo, let’s get started!

Ronnie’s simple drawing tutorial: Luna Lovegood

First off, you should start simple. In college I learned this is called a “gesture drawing”, which simply put is a loose, simple, light sketch with the main form put down on paper. I decided to do Luna facing forward and she has a rounded chin/face (in my style and going loosely by her portrayal by Evanna Lynch) and I included that.Don’t keep a hard grip on your pencil and don’t use too much pressure; no dark, hard lines. It’s easier to erase light lines and allows more freedom while planning what you want to draw.

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Next you lightly plan out where they eyes, nose and mouth go. Then the ears. Not necessarily that order though. But you should have a good idea where you wants things in relation to others. Size of the eyes also factor in when you want to show age, emotion and personality. Keep this in mind as you plan the features and adjust accordingly. And remember, draw lightly.

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When you are confident and happy with what you’ve come up with, commit to these sketchy lines with slightly darker lines and draw detail in the features. For Luna specifically, I made her eyes a fourth-lidded. It makes her dreamy looking but still alert.(and I added radish earrings.)

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Don’t forget to put thought into eyebrows, they too subtly convey emotion. Darken areas around the eyes to suggest light makeup if you’d like. I almost always emphasize the upper lip, but that’s a stylistic choice and totally up to you. Now you want to pick where you want the hair line/part. From here the hair flows outward.

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People tell me they find hair difficult, but it’s just something to get the hang of if you haven’t already. Practice drawing vines of plants or other swirly designs for curly hair for instance. You don’t have to draw every strand either. You can imply a lot with a few simple pencil lines.

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See? For Luna, I do her hair in a different curl than Hermione’s. Luna’s curls are long, thin and in smaller ringlets/waves. 

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Now you can define lines with a darker line, either ink or more pressure with your pencil. I used my pencil for sake of time. The eyes, well, I start with the highlight before the pupil.

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Then I shade and whatnot…add a bit of blush. 

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And you can color if you’d like.^^image

I hope that helps! Any questions, comments? Drop me a line.^^

—Ronnie

-Dana


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aerorwen:

Loose Reference Guide for Basic Human Proportions (applies to adults- not teens or children. Teens are about 6 1/2 heads tall. Children are 5)
Enjoy!