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Sep 02

Brainstorming in the garage while Michael cleans out his truck. Tuesday night.

Brainstorming in the garage while Michael cleans out his truck. Tuesday night.

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gypsylolita:

Crystal Visions | loveadorned

gypsylolita:

Crystal Visions | loveadorned

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what-id-wear:

What I’d Wear : The Outfit Database

(source : I Go By Frankie )

what-id-wear:

What I’d Wear : The Outfit Database

(source : I Go By Frankie )

Ok already worth it; I’m obsessed. #victoriamadethis

Ok already worth it; I’m obsessed. #victoriamadethis

This part of a hat makes me never want to even see a hat again. #victoriamadethis #victoriahastoremindherselfitsworththeendproduct #victoriahatespeoplewhotalkinthethirdperson

This part of a hat makes me never want to even see a hat again. #victoriamadethis #victoriahastoremindherselfitsworththeendproduct #victoriahatespeoplewhotalkinthethirdperson

Sep 01

gypsylolita:

Spiritual

gypsylolita:

Spiritual

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It’s a hat making day this Labor Day. I really like this yarn combo. #victoriamadethis

It’s a hat making day this Labor Day. I really like this yarn combo. #victoriamadethis

Aug 31

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therumpus:


On Monday, August 18th, at the 95th New York Comics Symposium, the cartoonist and instructor Tom Motley presented a talk and workshop entitled “Composition Lessons from the Masters.” The talk was held at the Butler Library at Columbia University. Karen Green introduced Motley, a veteran cartoonist and educator at both SVA and Pratt. He is a prolific illustrator, and his regular comic Tragic Strip appears in the Brooklyn Rail.
After a quick demonstration, Motley explained that composition is the “invisible component we don’t think of.” He covered the basics of renaissance composition, using the now famous photo of a fight that broke out in the Ukrainian parliament, and which, coincidentally, follows the rules of the golden ratio, an ideal of classical composition.

The New York Comics And Picture-Story Symposium: Tom Motley

therumpus:

On Monday, August 18th, at the 95th New York Comics Symposium, the cartoonist and instructor Tom Motley presented a talk and workshop entitled “Composition Lessons from the Masters.” The talk was held at the Butler Library at Columbia University. Karen Green introduced Motley, a veteran cartoonist and educator at both SVA and Pratt. He is a prolific illustrator, and his regular comic Tragic Strip appears in the Brooklyn Rail.

After a quick demonstration, Motley explained that composition is the “invisible component we don’t think of.” He covered the basics of renaissance composition, using the now famous photo of a fight that broke out in the Ukrainian parliament, and which, coincidentally, follows the rules of the golden ratio, an ideal of classical composition.

The New York Comics And Picture-Story Symposium: Tom Motley

what-id-wear:

What I’d Wear : The Outfit Database

(source : Style Me Grasie )

what-id-wear:

What I’d Wear : The Outfit Database

(source : Style Me Grasie )

Aug 30

Football season is knitting season… Get ready for some new snuggly goods! #victoriamadethis

Football season is knitting season… Get ready for some new snuggly goods! #victoriamadethis

That catnip high. #lucysearcy #caturday #ifyoudontteachyourcataboutcatnipwhowill

That catnip high. #lucysearcy #caturday #ifyoudontteachyourcataboutcatnipwhowill

Rock candy in progress. #victoriamadethis

Rock candy in progress. #victoriamadethis

arrowfall:

http://arrowfall.tumblr.com/

arrowfall:

http://arrowfall.tumblr.com/