Bought and made some macaroons today. They turned out cute and delicious.
i did one irl :}
I like it.
for some reason I got really scared doing this…
….. everything turned out better than expected.
FFT FFT hissss
I’m almost a bit impressed with myself, wow.
Well, could be worse.
There are many more of these asks, but I’m terribly sorry, I can’t answer them yet.
Some more urban treasures and peculiar stuff I could take photos of.
Urban art I enjoy looking at. The second one saying “your inner sterility smells like a sausage.” is facing a church.
I was browsing my old sketches (this one is about 3 years old) and I sumbled upon this cutie. Cleaned it up a bit and made it look soft. I remember I drew it during our family trip on a train to Sergiev Posad.
My favorite t-shirt I bought last year. It really makes me feel awesome. This kitty is totally adorable.
It seems like I’ve finally found where you can buy one yourself - http://www.etsy.com/ru/listing/92134764/happy-cat-in-her-arms-original-art-print (there are other options too - http://www.etsy.com/ru/listing/88186347/cat-shirt-happy-kitten-cat-kitty-on).
Got an idea after I had a skype conversation (not sure if it has been done before, but I guess it still looks as cool as I imagined it to be).
Made another batch of these using different settings.
Hello! Here is a little tip for Manga Studio 5 regarding one of my favorite features which isn’t immediately apparent. It has to do with vector layers and erasers.
First, create a vector layer by clicking the “New Vector Layer” at the bottom of the Layers palette:
Made some banana looking glass ornaments with nail polish and some fittings I got from chocolate christmas ornaments (I thought it would be wasteful getting rid of them). I made them two weeks ago or so (two of them even were given as gifts to my friends), but I finally got an opportunity to take pic of them today. I’m making another batch of those with different fittings too (the ones I recently used to decorate marbles with). Hope they turn out well.