half-blood-survival-tips:

Half-Blood Survival Tip #1
Referring to an Apollo cabin member as Legolas, Robin Hood, Katniss, Hawkeye or Merida is a bad idea. Remember, they’re skilled archers who never miss their target.

half-blood-survival-tips:

Half-Blood Survival Tip #1

Referring to an Apollo cabin member as Legolas, Robin Hood, Katniss, Hawkeye or Merida is a bad idea. Remember, they’re skilled archers who never miss their target.

So I got stuck behind my bed today.

So I got stuck behind my bed today.

Yaaay

Yaaay

simpledisneythings:

Have a very derpy April Fool’s Day!

letscake:

Regarding the first image, the way I draw the hip area and legs in general is pretty exaggerated, I remove a lot of muscle and curve the bones. The left of each set is more correct if you’re aiming to be more realistic. 

The second image is just how I personally stretch legs into different body types. The third is one of my most generic poses and some feet. I approach the bottoms of the feet the same way I do hands and I make toes by just overlapping the little circles. The fourth image features some attempts at different positions I don’t show as much, an area I still have to work on myself.

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I’ve still yet to recover from my recent lethargy, so this was all I could think to do… but I hope this is of at least some use! Sorry! :(

burdge:

“The wanted thief, I’m so proud.”

burdge:

“The wanted thief, I’m so proud.”

burdge:

listened to this song practically on repeat while i sketched this out. study break Percabeth!

burdge:

listened to this song practically on repeat while i sketched this out. study break Percabeth!

burdge:

the first of many

because you guys are persistent

i think i must be the worst teacher ever, so don’t set your expectations too high. :C

burdge:

whipped this up when i was at work. i’m just compiling tips that i’ve found helpful over the years. c: