A bit over a year ago now, I had stumbled across a blog on Tumblr called The Malice of Alice after seeing an artwork from CelticBotan one of my favourite artists and I was instantly drawn in by the stories and photography’s of Alice and her mother Kelly.
The young girl Alice and the story of how she was adopted touched my heart. So I continued to follow on from then to today enchanted by the stories, photography and cosplays of this very talented and lovely duo!
Alice is one talented, smart and brave young girl and her mother is just as talented, kind and sweet.
You should all really check them out.
These scrapbook pages were my gift to them which I created in July last year. Kit Credit: Tricia Curtis Designs, Through the Looking Glass Kit.
Thank you so much!! They’re lovely.
A couple makeup sponges, lots of green eyeshadow, and an Emilie Autumn album later…
i fall in love with things i cannot have
I made a comic from the mechanic/robot thing i drew a while back BUT THEN I REALIZED THAT I HAD TOO MANY THINGS I WANTED TO DRAW and i couldn’t fit it in 10 pictures and then i gave up and ended up with some small thing without any plot omfg i can’t do comics
im sorry that it is an OBNOXIOUSLY LONG POST but it’s easier to read this way i thin k /
"The living are soooo gullible."
A spirit who is stuck in Callie’s grandmother’s television. She’s a little hard to get along with, but is generally well meaning—if you get stuck at any point in the game, you can go to the television and speak with her, and she may give you hints to help you out! However, she can only help so much, what with her being stuck in the tv and all. No one knows quite how old she is or how she died, and she doesn’t respond well to being asked. Since asking her is out of the question, you’ll probably have to find out another way.
Ok. I’m tired of the typical vampire, werewolf and fairy.I’m also tired of the occidental-centrism in mythology. Hence, this list.
I tried to included as many cultural variants as I could find and think of. (Unfortunately, I was restricted by language. Some…
Well, I think I can’t really give an appropriate opinion about painting with Photoshop because I don’t use it, I use Paint Tool SAI.
There are a couple of speedpaints   and tips     though that might really help you out!
About size, I guess it works the same on both programs - I always start with a small/medium image size (1170x1770 pixels / 10 x 15 cm in 300 dpi) so I can draw and paint a sketch without major concerns about the program taking too much to load and such. When I am satisfied with the sketch / layout, I make it bigger, which varies a lot, but I try to make it at least twice / trice the size so I can detail a lot and make small mistakes in the lineart / painting that will disappear when you shrink the image to post online or when you print it. My latest piece for example is 3072x6496 pixels / 26x55 cm, 300dpi originally.
Always set it to 300dpi for good printing quality,but if you only want to fool around with sketches or studies that you have no intention of printing, only posting or keeping it in digital format there is no problem in keeping it in a lower dpi.
If you are unsure about where you set this, it always shows up when you open a new canvas:
There you can set it on 300dpi or any other number you want.
I hope that helped somehow!