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Well, here goes my very first blogroll! Or theme. Or anything like that. I’m kind of nervous about this but I’ll give it a shot. Let me know if you have any questions, and while I’m not exactly code-savvy yet, I’ll try my best to help!
- Title and description are free to edit, just look through the html and replace them (‘blogroll in..’ ‘sometimes it..’) with what you want to put in.
- Hover/animated icons
- No redistributing, stealing, or using as a base.
- Like or reblog if you use!
☠ Roleplay Guide 007: Playing A Different Gender From Your Own (Headspace For Dummies)
Many roleplayers play different genders, and a lot of them find themselves questioning whether their portrayal comes off believable or not. This guide will be a broad overlook to teach you how to get into what most writers call “headspace” when it comes to playing a different gender from your own.
How to BS That You Can Shade Like J. C. Leyendecker
I suggested, you approved, I delivered. A digital walkthrough of how I approximated his style in my last work - and how you, with enough patience and a big enough stash of food, can do it too.
Final note that didn’t make it into the guide: I work in Photoshop 7. I only use one or two tools, so if your version is any more advanced than mine, I’m sure you’ll still be able to follow it. In fact, yours will probably turn out better!