killapede:

some more outside drawings! I went to LA for a while

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vintagenatgeographic:

A single shaft of sunlight breaks leaden clouds on New Zealand’s Dusky Sound
National Geographic | September 1971

oh my

vintagenatgeographic:

A single shaft of sunlight breaks leaden clouds on New Zealand’s Dusky Sound

National Geographic | September 1971

oh my

patsta:

dietmountaindelrey:

spaceoid:

Two childhood friends unexpectedly reunite on opposite sides of a demonstration in 1972

Just imagine the pain…

This is such an amazing photograph

patsta:

dietmountaindelrey:

spaceoid:

Two childhood friends unexpectedly reunite on opposite sides of a demonstration in 1972

Just imagine the pain…

This is such an amazing photograph

(via pmon3y69)

awwww-cute:

I like Rabbits noses

SQUEEEEEEE!!!!!

awwww-cute:

I like Rabbits noses

SQUEEEEEEE!!!!!

minato-yuki:

OOOH MY GOODNESS LOOK AT THE LONG BUN SNUGGLING KITTY OH MY GOODNES BUN FTTY BABY


oh my god

minato-yuki:

OOOH MY GOODNESS LOOK AT THE LONG BUN SNUGGLING KITTY OH MY GOODNES BUN FTTY BABY

oh my god

(via thimble-bina)

OH MY GOD HI BABIES CAN I HUG YOU ALL!!

OH MY GOD HI BABIES CAN I HUG YOU ALL!!

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lauraillustrates:

Here’s a quick and dirty guide to making halftone screens in photoshop, which is great if you want to set up your photoshop files for screen printing!

1) Create your document in grayscale. (Or create it in RGB and then covert it to grayscale.)

2) Using the gradient tool, create a pure black to pure white gradient.

3) Go to mode->bitmap. It’ll pull up a mini select screen. Make sure you have “Use: Halftone Screen” selected.

4) Play around with the frequency, angle and shape. I personally like the line and dot screen tone. Select All-> Copy

5) I created a new document in RGB with a transparent background, and pasted in my tone on a separate layer.

5) Using the magic wand tool, (make sure “contiguous” is not clicked!) I deleted all of the white from my screen.

6) Enjoy your screen tone! 

That’s basically it! 

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