1. marimband:

skinnyjazz:

Almost all of music theory can be explained by one simple circle, the Circle of Fifths shows the relationship between math and music, between ratios and harmony

Mind = Blown

    marimband:

    skinnyjazz:

    Almost all of music theory can be explained by one simple circle, the Circle of Fifths shows the relationship between math and music, between ratios and harmony

    Mind = Blown

    Reblogged from: rakenrollrobin
  2. copperbadge:

    ineptshieldmaid:

    copperbadge:

    persinetteinthetower:

    moriartythetease:

    So what happens if two people who have promised their firstborn to separate witches have a child together? Do they both just pop up in the nursery and have a custody battle?

    I need a book about a little girl whose parents had promised their firstborn to different witches and the only way that both ends of the deal were fulfilled was for them to have joint custody of the child.

    I love it!

    And then the witches, forced to share a cottage while raising their joint stolen child, fall in love…

    I have three mothers, and they all hate each other. You’d think that would make festivals pretty awkward around here, but actually, it’s all quite civil. The days between All Souls and St Michael’s I spend with my father and Lady Beatrix, and my mothers are invited to the high feasts. My father is in love with Lady Beatrix, I think. Sometimes I think he hates her, too, but Mama Bess says that’s normal for married people - she hated her husband whenever the moon was dark and sometimes just for the hell of it, she says.

    If my father has any opinions on Mama Bess or Mistress Hecate beyond the courteous boredom he extends to most of his subjects, I’ve never seen any sign of them. He tells me I should call Mama Bess Mistress Bartram, but even Mistress Hecate says he worries too much about what’s proper and not what’s right.

    Permission to run away with your plotbunny, moriartythetease, copperbadge?

    Granted from me, but it’s really up to moriartythetease :)

    (LOL sometimes just for the hell of it)

    Reblogged from: copperbadge
  3. mumblingsage:

    xekstrinavidad:

    fictionwritingtips:

    thebluebird:

    A professional script reader read 300 screenplays for five different studios, all the while tracking the many recurring problems. The infographic he made with the collected data offers a glimpse at where screenwriting goes wrong.

    pay attention to this

    this is important even if you don’t write scripts

    This is exceedingly important to all storytellers

  4. conceptcookie:

    The 115 Citizen Hand Photos for References are up and ready for you guys to download! Check them out here:http://cgcookie.com/concept/2013/02/28/concept-cookie-resources-photo-references/

    Reblogged from: rakenrollrobin
  5. runningtheremedy:

    littlecofiegirl:

    soresoftheopenheart:

    Hmm, I just reblogged it from another site, but I think I can help you in terms of what to buy and how to do it. If you click the link, it’ll take you to the complete photo post that shows you what you need. In any event, here’s the list:

    • Nail polish
    • Floral wire, a thin bendable wire is ideal. 26 Gauge is fine. imageimage
    • Floral Tape            image
    • Wire cutters/scissors
    • a pencil or cylindrical object to wrap the petals around
    • Ribbon (optional)

    DIRECTIONS

    1. First, you’re gonna need to make the crown. You can do this by using the wire you already have or you can use an old headband or anything that you like that resembles a headpiece. Thicker wire is also fine for this step.image       As you can see, OP twisted two pieces of wire together and left loops at the end (to attach the ribbon). Then they covered it in brown floral tape.
    2. The second step is to make the flowers. Using your pencil/cylindrical object, twist the wire around it to create a ‘petal’. Repeat this until you have at least a couple of petals. 3-6 is usually fine, it’s really your call. image
    3. SLIGHTLY bend the petals back to create a natural looking petal.image
    4. After you are satisfied with the shape of your petals, cut out your flower, leaving some wire left to attach it to your crown. 
    5.  Repeat the first few steps and make the rest of your flowers.
    6. Take one of your flowers and CAREFULLY apply nail polish to it, one petal at a time. Think of it like making bubbles. It may be easier to pour the nail polish in a flat plate and dip it, or dip the entire flower into the polish.imageRepeat this for all your remaining flowers.
    7. Twist the two ends of your flowers together to form a ‘stem’.image
    8. Wrap the stems with floral tape, preferably with the same color you used in the base of the crown.imageRepeat this for all your remaining flowers.
    9. The third step will be attaching the flowers to your crown. You can do this a few ways. One way is to wrap the stems around the crown. Another way is to just wrap the stems with floral tape as you go along, like the OP did.imageDo this until all your flowers have been attached to your crown.
    10. At this point, you can tie the ribbons to the loops like OP did, or decorate it any other way you like. :)

    image

    Enjoy your new floral crown!

    TIPS

    • You can purchase most of the items in Walmart, Michael’s or any craft or flower store. You can also order it online. :)
    • REMEMBER, this tutorial is just a guide. If you don’t want to use brown floral tape or if you prefer using the green floral wire, don’t be afraid to change it up. You can use any color or material your heart desires.

    This is the link to the DIY Floral Crown post. 

    Sorry for replying late. I hope this helps you with making your own crown. :)

    holy shit this nail polish thing is so clever! 8O

    DOING THIS!!

    Reblogged from: ariadnewaking
  6. conflictingheart:

    Photography By Masashi Wakui

    Reblogged from: ktshy
  7. inikunuku:

    Alchemy

    Reblogged from: rakenrollrobin
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  9. darksilenceinsuburbia:

    Enig Hui

    Underground Symmetry

    Tumblr

    Reblogged from: rakenrollrobin
  10. concernedresidentofbakerstreet:

    fuckyeahvintage-retro:

    Blouse Collars, 1940s-50s - By Charlotte Dymock.

    there was a lot of bullshit in the forties and fifties but the style was not part of it

    Reblogged from: flincher
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