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adventureswithsatanandnat:

always chill. you go, artists. you go.

What medium do you use for drawing?

in these recent drawings with the Satan and Me stuff it’s all digital, mostly in Photoshop CS5 with a Wacom Bamboo Fun tablet (that doesn’t have any pen pressure) and just the basic pen setting on Photoshop (50% opacity, 50% flow) and switching between 4-5 for thicker lines, and 2-3 for detail and hair on a 500x500 px canvas.

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adventureswithsatanandnat:

Thank you! and of course, it’s totally not fair to take credit for something that someone else put a lot of time and effort into

that is the exact mentality that people need to have about anything artist. whether it’s a drawing or a poster, a photo manipulation, music, fashion, games, etc. be chill, don’t steal B)

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adventureswithsatanandnat:

doodle-caboodle:

oh my thank you so much :,)

the art i’ve been posting recently for Satan and Me is something of a series and there’s one more coming, but shoosh, the last one’s a secret ;)

don’t worry, I won’t tell anyone! My lips are sealed, amigo. But thanks for doing that art thing because your art is really super amazing :) I almost made the one of Gabe my phone screensaver but I figured I better not. Wouldn’t wanna use your art without your permission.

you can if you’d like! just be sure to give credit and all that I don’t mind :)

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adventureswithsatanandnat:

doodle-caboodle:

adventureswithsatanandnat

you gonna be okay there friend?

Goodness gracious. I can’t even properly operate a blog. (My ask should be open now)
Yeah, I’m gonna be okay. But your art, tho. It’s everything I’ve ever wanted and I didn’t even know it.

oh my thank you so much :,)

the art i’ve been posting recently for Satan and Me is something of a series and there’s one more coming, but shoosh, the last one’s a secret ;)

adventureswithsatanandnat

you gonna be okay there friend?

quit your smirking you’re no better than your brother

quit your smirking you’re no better than your brother

spyroflame0487:

In case you’re trying to keep track of the Infinity Gems;
Kevin Feige (President of Marvel Studios) stated that the Tessaract seen in The Avengers and Thor was actually an Infinity Gem, specifically the Space Gem.
The Aether seen in Thor: The Dark World is also one, although it’s yet to be confirmed exactly which one. Personally, I think it fits into the Reality Gem's power area.
Loki’s Staff, seen in Avengers, Thor, etc appears to have a gem. In Captain America: The Winter Soldier, a scene in the credits shows it being un-assembled digitally, possibly alluding to the gem in it being a Infinity Gem. I’d say it’d be the Mind Gem.
In Guardians of the Galaxy, the “Orb” item that Peter steals houses a purple gem, said to be the Power Gem by Feige.
That leaves us with just two; the Time Gem and the Soul Gem.

spyroflame0487:

In case you’re trying to keep track of the Infinity Gems;

  • Kevin Feige (President of Marvel Studios) stated that the Tessaract seen in The Avengers and Thor was actually an Infinity Gem, specifically the Space Gem.
  • The Aether seen in Thor: The Dark World is also one, although it’s yet to be confirmed exactly which one. Personally, I think it fits into the Reality Gem's power area.
  • Loki’s Staff, seen in Avengers, Thor, etc appears to have a gem. In Captain America: The Winter Soldier, a scene in the credits shows it being un-assembled digitally, possibly alluding to the gem in it being a Infinity Gem. I’d say it’d be the Mind Gem.
  • In Guardians of the Galaxy, the “Orb” item that Peter steals houses a purple gem, said to be the Power Gem by Feige.

That leaves us with just two; the Time Gem and the Soul Gem.

45cave:

illustration by 45cave

: Hannibal.

Season02. Episode05. Mukozuke.

drakefan666:

if you scream at 19yr old retail workers who are trying their hardest till they cry i hope you fucking burn in the deepest level of hell

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