Doodles Bootles Idunevenknow
Seeing what tricks my new pet knows during my first session

outofcontextdnd:

Me: Roll over.

GM: The hedgehog rolls over. It’s adorable.

Me: Stay.

GM: You take a few steps away. The hedgehog remains where it is.

Me: Heel.

GM: The hedgehog heals you for 5 HP.

Me: Holy shit.

profpaperbag:

Based on something in this that I thought was funny.

profpaperbag:

Based on something in this that I thought was funny.

lottusmoons:

*waits for cute halloween fanart of otp*

Ok so playing DnD was amazing but I really need to practice vocal rp cuz I had no idea what I was doing and was a tad bit uncomfortable.

I also need to give my wood elf rogue a bit… Motivation for.. /Being/…

mishacakes:

to anyone who knew me in 2011 you will be getting a fruit basket

starkesthour:

when friends start shipping your OTP

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hydroxianchaos:

kappaengineer said: speed it up for the sake of oraoraoraoraora

I intentionally made it slower since it’d be harder to see all the frames, but also the fastest Flipnote Studio can go is:

But by using a gif editor, we can reach MAXIMUM OVER ORA

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My sister hijacked my computer while I was doing math and is now using it to watch Howie’s great word adventure and check steam for putt putt saves the zoo ‘n fellow games.

I feel old

lightspeedsound:

becca-morley:

adventures in school

I can tell these are all high schooler stories because there’s nothing about professors getting drunk with you

paradoxcomplete:

hydroxianchaos:

These aren’t bad! You’ve got a good understanding of human-like body proportions, i.e. how long a femur should be, etc. Although, some of it is a little wonky, like that kinda funny looking ribcage. Depending on how the neck itself should be, I’d say it could work, but only…

Well both of you are a bit right i mean, the pelvis is the widest part of the body but the ribcage and pelvis do look a bit too wide.
One of the easiest and most used ways to check it out is to measure it against something else! For example you could get the width of the head and see how many “heads” wide the pelvis is. Or how many “hands” long the ribcage is. Typically in a lifedrawing workshop you wanna apply the measurements to the model rather than your drawing
But yeah like after you get the overall width down then you can start boxing it off for angles with the same technique. Lets say the pelvis was a head and a half wide with the corner of the hips being half a head from the left. Adds some dimension to it u 0 u

what I don’t get sis is how the heck I’m expected to pull all these measurements off in two minutes. I barely have time to get the pose right in that time.