What am I even doing?



This is still mostly an art blog, I swear!  D8

Gonna try to draw up the families of all the important kids in ‘The Spirit Marauder’.  Starting with Aurora, naturally, because she refuses to stay out of my brain for so much as, like, two seconds.  >:|

Jason and Shannon Pryce; the former is an incredibly frail and nervous stay-at-home dad, while the latter is a tough and no-nonsense attorney.  (Jason clearly took some fashion advice from Dragon Ball ZThis was absolutely intentional.)

Any suggestions as to which family I should draw next?  Mai’s, Jose’s, or Jackie and Maria’s?







krysmcscience:

krysmcscience:

GRAPPLE FORCE RENA ADVERTISEMENT ATTEMPT GO!

Okay, so I’m gonna lay out one fact straight from the get-go:  I SUCK at advertisement.  I can not promote a thing to save my life.  What do I NOT suck at, you might ask?  Doodling.  I doodle a LOT.  So I might as well put my doodling to good use and try to apply it to advertisement somehow.

The result being…SKETCH GIVEAWAY!

How does it work?   Basically exactly like this:  First, though not necessarily a requirement, I recommend you check out this cool game called Grapple Force Rena.  It is cute, fun, light-hearted, and absolutely worth giving a play or two (or several!).  Second, you reblog this post, pic and text and all.  Third…?  That’s it!  Your username will be added into my list of people who are awesome, and that list will later on be put into a big ol’ randomizer to spit out a couple names, and those people will win a free bust sketch from me of whatever character they choose!  LITERALLY.  ANY.  CHARACTER.  I don’t care if they’re from an anime, a TV show, a comic, whatever, or if they’re a canon or original character.  They could have the most ridiculous design in existence or be a blatant parody of something else for all I care.  I WILL DRAW THEM.

There IS one catch to all this, though.  As I said, this is intended to promote Grapple Force Rena, which - at the time of my posting this - is currently sitting at around three-quarters of the way to being funded on Kickstarter, with nine days to go.  If the Kickstarter falls through, regardless of how many people reblog this post, no free sketches will be had.  SO.  Nine days, $1700 - let’s see if we can make this happen.

There will be at least one sketch winner regardless of how many times this post is reblogged.  REBLOGS only - likes don’t count.  For every 25 reblogs up to 100, there will be one additional winner.  For every 100 reblogs up to 1000, there will be one additional winner.  You can reblog this as many times as you like, though I’ll only count up to nine reblogs per person - one for each day until the Kickstarter concludes. You don’t have to be following me to win.

If somehow this post manages to get past 1000 reblogs, I…guess I’ll have to set a sketch limit???  Probably somewhere between 30 and 50.  I have no idea.

Finally, if Grapple Force Rena goes decently beyond its funding goal, let’s say between $250-500, at least five winners will get their sketch colored!  (Or they’ll get a full-body sketch instead - whichever they prefer.)  If it gets WELL beyond its funding goal…uh…I guess we’ll just have to see!  It might end up with every winner getting a colored sketch, and one penultimate winner getting a colored full-body sketch???  MAN, I don’t even know.  Let’s just get this thing started!

OH!  And for followers of mine, if you don’t want to see my own daily reblogs of this, I’m tagging it as gfr-giveaway.  :]

Okay.  KRYS OUT!

Rebloggin’ for early morning!  (Why am I even awake.)

By the way, NEW THING:  If you don’t want to do tumblr rebloggin’, you can share the post on Facebook instead!  :O

Rebloggin’ for afternoon!  8 days left - $1500 to go!

Once again, REBLOGS ONLY.  Likes don’t count as entries.  :O







krysmcscience:

GRAPPLE FORCE RENA ADVERTISEMENT ATTEMPT GO!

Okay, so I’m gonna lay out one fact straight from the get-go:  I SUCK at advertisement.  I can not promote a thing to save my life.  What do I NOT suck at, you might ask?  Doodling.  I doodle a LOT.  So I might as well put my doodling to good use and try to apply it to advertisement somehow.

The result being…SKETCH GIVEAWAY!

How does it work?   Basically exactly like this:  First, though not necessarily a requirement, I recommend you check out this cool game called Grapple Force Rena.  It is cute, fun, light-hearted, and absolutely worth giving a play or two (or several!).  Second, you reblog this post, pic and text and all.  Third…?  That’s it!  Your username will be added into my list of people who are awesome, and that list will later on be put into a big ol’ randomizer to spit out a couple names, and those people will win a free bust sketch from me of whatever character they choose!  LITERALLY.  ANY.  CHARACTER.  I don’t care if they’re from an anime, a TV show, a comic, whatever, or if they’re a canon or original character.  They could have the most ridiculous design in existence or be a blatant parody of something else for all I care.  I WILL DRAW THEM.

There IS one catch to all this, though.  As I said, this is intended to promote Grapple Force Rena, which - at the time of my posting this - is currently sitting at around three-quarters of the way to being funded on Kickstarter, with nine days to go.  If the Kickstarter falls through, regardless of how many people reblog this post, no free sketches will be had.  SO.  Nine days, $1700 - let’s see if we can make this happen.

There will be at least one sketch winner regardless of how many times this post is reblogged.  REBLOGS only - likes don’t count.  For every 25 reblogs up to 100, there will be one additional winner.  For every 100 reblogs up to 1000, there will be one additional winner.  You can reblog this as many times as you like, though I’ll only count up to nine reblogs per person - one for each day until the Kickstarter concludes. You don’t have to be following me to win.

If somehow this post manages to get past 1000 reblogs, I…guess I’ll have to set a sketch limit???  Probably somewhere between 30 and 50.  I have no idea.

Finally, if Grapple Force Rena goes decently beyond its funding goal, let’s say between $250-500, at least five winners will get their sketch colored!  (Or they’ll get a full-body sketch instead - whichever they prefer.)  If it gets WELL beyond its funding goal…uh…I guess we’ll just have to see!  It might end up with every winner getting a colored sketch, and one penultimate winner getting a colored full-body sketch???  MAN, I don’t even know.  Let’s just get this thing started!

OH!  And for followers of mine, if you don’t want to see my own daily reblogs of this, I’m tagging it as gfr-giveaway.  :]

Okay.  KRYS OUT!

Rebloggin’ for early morning!  (Why am I even awake.)

By the way, NEW THING:  If you don’t want to do tumblr rebloggin’, you can share the post on Facebook instead!  :O







GRAPPLE FORCE RENA ADVERTISEMENT ATTEMPT GO!

Okay, so I’m gonna lay out one fact straight from the get-go:  I SUCK at advertisement.  I can not promote a thing to save my life.  What do I NOT suck at, you might ask?  Doodling.  I doodle a LOT.  So I might as well put my doodling to good use and try to apply it to advertisement somehow.

The result being…SKETCH GIVEAWAY!

How does it work?   Basically exactly like this:  First, though not necessarily a requirement, I recommend you check out this cool game called Grapple Force Rena.  It is cute, fun, light-hearted, and absolutely worth giving a play or two (or several!).  Second, you reblog this post, pic and text and all.  Third…?  That’s it!  Your username will be added into my list of people who are awesome, and that list will later on be put into a big ol’ randomizer to spit out a couple names, and those people will win a free bust sketch from me of whatever character they choose!  LITERALLY.  ANY.  CHARACTER.  I don’t care if they’re from an anime, a TV show, a comic, whatever, or if they’re a canon or original character.  They could have the most ridiculous design in existence or be a blatant parody of something else for all I care.  I WILL DRAW THEM.

There IS one catch to all this, though.  As I said, this is intended to promote Grapple Force Rena, which - at the time of my posting this - is currently sitting at around three-quarters of the way to being funded on Kickstarter, with nine days to go.  If the Kickstarter falls through, regardless of how many people reblog this post, no free sketches will be had.  SO.  Nine days, $1700 - let’s see if we can make this happen.

There will be at least one sketch winner regardless of how many times this post is reblogged.  REBLOGS only - likes don’t count.  For every 25 reblogs up to 100, there will be one additional winner.  For every 100 reblogs up to 1000, there will be one additional winner.  You can reblog this as many times as you like, though I’ll only count up to nine reblogs per person - one for each day until the Kickstarter concludes. You don’t have to be following me to win.

If somehow this post manages to get past 1000 reblogs, I…guess I’ll have to set a sketch limit???  Probably somewhere between 30 and 50.  I have no idea.

Finally, if Grapple Force Rena goes decently beyond its funding goal, let’s say between $250-500, at least five winners will get their sketch colored!  (Or they’ll get a full-body sketch instead - whichever they prefer.)  If it gets WELL beyond its funding goal…uh…I guess we’ll just have to see!  It might end up with every winner getting a colored sketch, and one penultimate winner getting a colored full-body sketch???  MAN, I don’t even know.  Let’s just get this thing started!

OH!  And for followers of mine, if you don’t want to see my own daily reblogs of this, I’m tagging it as gfr-giveaway.  :]

Okay.  KRYS OUT!







Grapple Force Rena Course 1-3 is now available to play!

battlejenkins:

Hello, everyone! My Kickstarter for Grapple Force Rena is still going strong, and I decided to put forth a push of extra effort to make and release the next course earlier than planned! Of course, if you haven’t checked out my game yet, go ahead and start from the beginning - you don’t need to pay anything or even download anything!

So this is still a pretty cool thing that I think you guys should all check out!  Only now it has a SHINY, BRAND NEW COURSE!  *o*







Galaxia Gorgeous!

I can’t get over this gods-damned song.  IT MADE ME LIKE SAILOR GALAXIA.  …I DIDN’T EVEN THINK THAT WAS POSSIBLE.  >:[

I was originally going to draw Sailors Phi, Chi, and Theta with her, but then I got lazy.  Hence the sketch.  XD;

Man, though, Galaxia’s design in the musicals is so much cooler and more believable than in either the anime or manga.  Seriously.  I’m not sure why?  I think maybe because the uniform actually looks wearable, and her hair actually looks like hair rather than, like…I don’t even know.  Alls I know is that I thought her hair was part of her CROWN at some point, and that is NOT a good thing.  8|;

*wriggles off to listen to that freaking SONG again, geez, IT’S BEEN STUCK IN MY HEAD FOR A WEEK, HELP ME*







Reblogs…?

I have, like…thousands of things in my list of liked posts.  Should I just start sharing them?  Or would my sprinkling of followers prefer for me to stick to my doodles and occasional rambling???  TELL MEEEEEE

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ibyys:

xtremecaffeine:

snakesonajames:

Because of the weight of the ends of the forks, and how they’re distributed behind the penny (closer to the glass), the center of gravity of the whole system is actually shifted quite significantly. If I’m right, it would actually have to be right where the penny meets the glass. This mean, in a sense, all the “weight” of the system of the forks and penny is resting right on that point, rather than out in the air, so if you balance it, it’ll be stable on the glass.

SCIENCE.

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…….Close enough

The difference between Science and Engineering.


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Hate to be anti-joke but
Look at points A and B. I don’t care how that shit is balanced, gravity is going toward that table. Point B is significantly heavier than point A because point B has x ounces of steel plus most of the copper zinc alloy of the penny. Point A has a little bit of that penny. Methinks gravity would pull that shit to the ground.

Look at the shadows. The glass is on the table. Definite shadow, marked in red. Forks? No shadows. I’ll buy that the shadow of the fork closest to the camera might be just out of frame, but the far fork would definitely have a shadow. I guessed where those shadows would be in green.

Clever shop, though. Neat trick.

To make it believable, use super glue on the bottom of the penny and stick it to the glass. That shit will stay on there until the end of time, or at least until you use nail polish remover. Nail polish remover is the bane of fucking everything.

Oh, man.  I’m sorry, but there is a definite misunderstanding in the principles of physics going on in that last post, and I cannot stand idly by and let it be accepted and reblogged as truth when precious knowledge is at stake.  So, naturally, I’m going to further emphasize the first post via bolding and some clarified points/rambling of my own.  Do pardon me whilst I throw down some SCIENCE.

There’s no issue in balance or gravity here at all - this trick is perfectly possible, and has been demonstrated hundreds of times over.  And as much as I can understand that people like to play it safe and believe in the power of Photoshop (or…superglue, I suppose), it never hurts to take a minute to research something.  There’s nothing to lose in research, because either you’re right and your hypotheses are confirmed, or you’re wrong, but you’ve learned something.  And learning is great!

With that in mind…

Everyone’s seen these little toys, right?

I sure hope so, because these things are awesome.  Regardless of their awesomeness, though, they’re displaying literally the exact same principle, right down to the distribution of weight.  The toy’s center of gravity is clearly defined - the beak - and is easily equated to the edge of the penny in the forks-and-coin setup.  Having something, be it a finger or the rim of a glass, underneath that center of gravity allows the object(s) to remain balanced without any issue!

Naturally, the forks-and-coin setup is a lot harder to get right, and takes patience and practice if you’ve never tried it before, but that’s only because it isn’t actually getting a free pass from gravity.  ;)

As for the light sources…I’m not even going to begin going into those particular hypotheses, seeing as I’m still figuring out light sources myself?  I WILL say, though, that in this case, the height the light is coming from really matters.

(Source: christiantheatheist)







I also doodled some DBZ.  Most of the doodles are shit, or embarrassing, or embarrassing shit, so I’ll only post this for now.  :|  I was trying to do some kinda fancy perspective nonsense with it, but I’m pretty sure I failed???  Buh.  At least I tried.

I can never decide how to draw these two…  :\







I doodled a person.  I’m not sure who they are or what they’re like?  All I know about them is that their name is Tracy.  :\ 

…Ah, well.  Whatever.  *flops off into the sunset*