Hey, I'm Aibhne but if that name's too confusing for you I'll accept Evan. I'm a seventeen year old androgyne bisexual roleplayer. "They/them/their" pronouns are not preferred, they are required. I'll help you with whatever I can, but don't expect too much!
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Formerly girlwiththedragonrph, astridxrph.
constellationrph

catladyrph:

hey, instead of using HOLLAND RODEN/KAREN GILLAN/EMMA STONE, have you thought of...

  • Jade Thompson: 23, but can play 18-24;
  • Ciara Baxendale: 19, but can play 15-19;
  • Georgie Henley: 18, but can play 16-19;
  • Sophie Turner: 18, but can play 15-19;
  • Carmen Solomons: 21, but can play 17-22;
  • Dakota Blue Richards: 20, but can play 16-21;
  • Allison Scagliotti (not pictured above): 23, but can play 20-25;

added bonus: most of these girls can actually pass as teenagers

How to Fix Time and Continuity Problems

fictionwritingtips:

It’s very important to make sure your readers have a clear idea when something is happening, whether or not you jumped forward or backward in time, and how those events are connected time-wise. A big mistake that a lot of beginning writers make is not establishing time correctly, which could lead to a confusing story.

It can be a bit jarring when you’re reading a book and you come across a sentence like this— Two years had passed. The author is stating when something has happened and making it clear, but you still feel like you were robbed of two years of your character’s life. However, if it’s done well, the author will be able to cut out unnecessary information and get right to the action. Don’t skip ahead in the narrative unless you have a good reason to do it. Is there nothing happening during those two years that you need to explain? Is there a reason why you skipped ahead (something happened during those two years that you want to reveal later)? A huge jump in time needs some sort of explanation. It’s fine if you want to do it and many authors have made it work, but make sure you do it correctly.

Decide what timeline you want your story to exist in. This doesn’t mean you have to write out 10,000 years before and after your story takes place, but you need to decide how many years you generally want to cover. Does your story take place over the protagonist’s entire life? Does the story take place in one year? One day? Really anything is acceptable. Take the time to read stories that cover these timelines. Read a story that takes place in a day, a month, a year, etc. This will help you get an idea on how to pace your story and what can be done in a short or long amount of time.  Experiment with your timelines.

The best place to skip ahead in time is often during chapter breaks. Use chapter breaks to your advantage and to show that time has passed. For example, you can end one chapter where your character is finishing up some sort of space training (I don’t know why I picked this example, but let’s go for it!) and then have the next chapter start out with your character IN SPACE and on a SPACE MISSION. If it’s not necessary for your readers to know what happened in between and there are clear transitions/explanations for time passing, then you’re good to go. This is also a great way to put action into your story without any boring, unnecessary details.

Using terms like “A few days later…” and “By the next morning” will help you show short amounts of time passing within certain chapters. You will not be writing about every single action your character takes, so these will be necessary. It’s up to you to decide when you should use them and when you should cut out certain actions. Whatever is dragging your story down, cut it out.

-Kris Noel

cuphaz:



Some people asked me how I made the typer effect in this graphic. So here’s a tutorial! Just saying that this might need your patience especially if you’ve got a lot of word to “type”! 
Ok let’s start it :)

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cuphaz:

Some people asked me how I made the typer effect in this graphic. So here’s a tutorial! Just saying that this might need your patience especially if you’ve got a lot of word to “type”! 

Ok let’s start it :)

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✖ SHARON ROONEY GIF HUNT

melinahunts:

Under the cut you’ll find a total of 208, both small and medium, hq gifs of SHARON ROONEY. Full credit goes to the original makers. Please like and/or reblog if this helped you in any way or if you are an rph!

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abominare:


If you’ll eventually end up using this theme,  please feel free (completely optional) to either like or reblog this post to let me know it’s being seen. However, please don’t borrow sections of the theme’s coding to integrate into your own personal work, remove the credit (you may move it wherever you want as long as it’s visible), redistribute, or claim as your own. Alterations of any-other-sort are completely allowed— you don’t even need to ask.

Static Preview | Code | Theme-Related Asks.
Ehh. I’m not too excited about this one (I just wanted something published before I revamp everything), so here’s a relatively simple-styled sidebar and browser-friendly post-set.
Features include:
Post-Size:  250px or 400px.
Five optional links.
Optional desaturated or faded posts with a transitional hover.
Infinite-scroll and pagination, as requested for future works.
A customizable, ”user-friendly” option to change the theme’s overall post font-size, font-family, and other text-related features.
Fairly simple.
Please note all of Abominare’s themes are tested and coded in Google Chrome and may appear different in other browsers.

abominare:

If you’ll eventually end up using this theme,  please feel free (completely optional) to either like or reblog this post to let me know it’s being seen. However, please don’t borrow sections of the theme’s coding to integrate into your own personal work, remove the credit (you may move it wherever you want as long as it’s visible), redistribute, or claim as your own. Alterations of any-other-sort are completely allowed— you don’t even need to ask.

Ehh. I’m not too excited about this one (I just wanted something published before I revamp everything), so here’s a relatively simple-styled sidebar and browser-friendly post-set.

Features include:

  • Post-Size:  250px or 400px.
  • Five optional links.
  • Optional desaturated or faded posts with a transitional hover.
  • Infinite-scroll and pagination, as requested for future works.
  • A customizable, ”user-friendly” option to change the theme’s overall post font-size, font-family, and other text-related features.
  • Fairly simple.

Please note all of Abominare’s themes are tested and coded in Google Chrome and may appear different in other browsers.


fairytale things - ghosts

fairytale things - ghosts

mediumaevum:

I hope this will help with your reenactments and fanart. :)

  1. Anglo-Saxon (600 – 1154): Simple Veils, Head-tires, Combs, and Pin
  2. Norman (1066-1154): Couvre-chef, hair uncovered, and extreme length
  3. Plantagenet (1154-1399): Wimple, Barbette, Fillet and Crespine
  4. Plantagenet (14th century): Horizontal Braiding, Gorget
  5. Plantagenet Crespine ( 1364-Late 14th century)
  6. Lancaster (1430-1460): Heart-shaped and Turban Headdresses
  7. York (1460-1485): Butterfly and Hennin
More info and styles at the source.

l-agallerrie:

COLORING. 1098 by l-agallerrie

cloudapp. Like or reblog if you download!

Tutorial: How to make an updates tab like this

elizabetbennet:

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tutorial below the cut

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hardziam:

[ PAGE THEME: FANFICS PAGE 02 ] 

features:
unlimited amount of fics
masonry grid layout
filtering script
unlimited filter tags
(hidden extra tags)
800x250px header
preview & download

second fanfic recommendation page, I’ve put little tips into the code to simplify it as much as possible, but if you have any questions do not hesitate to ask!
tell me if anything’s wrong with the code ok thank you!!!!

hardziam:

[ PAGE THEME: FANFICS PAGE 02 ] 

features:

  • unlimited amount of fics
  • masonry grid layout
  • filtering script
  • unlimited filter tags
  • (hidden extra tags)
  • 800x250px header

preview & download

second fanfic recommendation page, I’ve put little tips into the code to simplify it as much as possible, but if you have any questions do not hesitate to ask!

tell me if anything’s wrong with the code ok thank you!!!!