Oh hey it’s back on my dash perfect! I was just thinking of this the other day!
OHOHOHO wow the Korean alphabet is awesome. The people who designed it were geniuses and were obviously incredibly schooled in the morphology and phonology of their language. HNNGGG
여러분 모두 한국어 쓰세요 한국어 좋음
한국어, 한글은 보면 맨날쓰는거지만 볼수록,쓸수록 예뻐요..참으로 곱구나’3’♥
짱 이쁜 한국어 쓰세요 여러분
신기하게 가르치는군요 보고 신기했다
IT WASN’T JUST ANY OLD DUDE WHO DECIDED, “HEY I WANT TO CREATE A KOREAN ALPHABET.”
IT WAS KING SEJONG, WHO ORDERED HIS ROYAL SCHOLARS TO CREATE THIS ALPHABET SO READING AND WRITING COULD BE ACCESSIBLE TO EVERYONE, EVEN THE PEASANTS. IT WAS PURPOSELY DESIGNED TO BE EASY TO LEARN.
SO SHOUT OUT TO KING SEJONG, WHO REALIZED BEFORE MANY OTHERS THE IMPORTANCE OF UNIVERSAL LITERACY.
YOU GO KING SEJONG, FOUR FOR YOU KING SEJONG
I’ve seen quite a few people making resource masterposts so I decided to make my own so I can share all these wonderful websites/masterposts with you guys and maybe make your year a little bit more awesome! Also credit goes to these lovely people for inspiring this post: abercrombier bangarz theworldwillbewatching and im5-official! Xx
- Giant Movie masterpost
- Disney movies masterpost
- Superhero movies masterpost
- Movies for when you’re sick
- Scary movies masterpost
- Tumblr dedicated to finding movie links
- When to pee during a movie
- Best brownie in a mug recipe ever
- Cookie in a mug recipe
- Macaroni and cheese in a mug
- Study snacks (2)
- 40 on-the-go breakfast recipes
- How to pull an all-nighter and still do well on an exam
- How to write an essay
- Didn’t listen in class?
- Finals survival guide
- Best learning website ever
- Make flashcards
- Writing references masterpost
- How to survive in college
- Solves any math problem (2)
- Earn a cute kitten picture after writing
- How to get motivated to study
- Tips for a productive study break
- Microsoft word equivalent
- How to Google
- Scholarpedia (basically Wikipedia but with reliable sources)
- When should I go to bed?
- YouTube to MP3 converter
- 8tracks playlist downloader
- Download youtube videos
- Convert anything to anything (literally)
LEARN A FICTIONAL LANGUAGE
- Learn Dothraki
- Dothraki to English dictionary
- Learn High Valyrian
- Learn Astapori Valyrian
- Learn Tolkien Elvish writing
- Learn Tolkien Elvish speaking
- Learn to write Enochian
- Learn to write Gallifreyan
- Learn Vulcan
- Vulcan to English and English to Vulcan dictionary
- Transparent image master post (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)(10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (Fandom Edition)
- Kawaii emojis
- Typography masterpost
- How to make a theme
- Check your post limit
- Photoshop tutorials
- Find any reaction GIF
- 99 life hacks
- Find out if a website is safe
- Is [insert website name here] down for everyone or just me?
- A world clock you can actually understand
- Can’t remember the name of a song?
- Do basically anything with your online friends
- Hobbies masterpost
- Weave silk
- Paint a nebula
- Need a random number?
- Delete yourself from any website
- What font is that?
- Becoming an adult cheat sheet
- Read any book (apparently)
- Workout masterpost
- What the fuck is the weather?
OKAY SO A LOT OF PEOPLE DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT THIS
Back when I was in school for graphic design and I tutored people, a lot of people complained about not being able to afford software (because it is ridic expensive). Autodesk offers free software (with a 36 month license key), to ANY students. Want to learn how to animate? Go grab Maya and learn! Wanna learn how to model characters or just general objects? Go grab 3DS Max! Or maybe sculpting is your thing? Go grab Mudbox and have fun!
Or grab Sculptris.There’s a fuckton of programs to mess with and learn things, and no need to go waste time on a torrent.
The only downside to the license is it’s not for commercial use.
Technically you don’t have to be a student either and really who’s gonna knowbut it’s a great way to practice and learn something new! You are still allowed to showoff your stuff and throw it in your portfolio, so maybe one day you can get that animating job and not have to waste 3k on one program.
All those icons in that third photo? Those are all free programs/apps you can get. They’re all full versions, and come with tutorials from basic to advanced stuff. For both Windows and Mac too.
So go sign up and, go grab some stuff. There’s really no reason not to.
hyde park - theme 07 by ofcrime
- simple one column minimal theme
- included navigation sidebar
- pretty links and title
- classy and unique!
hi dudes, basically im bored and i have a bunch of useless/useful websites that i want to share with everyone!!! so i spent a few hours making this list of all my fave helpful websites. yeya i hope you guys find these helpful! reblog and add this post to your ref or whatever
fashion, makeup, hair
- woah eyeliner trick
- messy bun tutorial!?!
- omg gradient lips tutorial
- make up tips master post!
- make up hacks
- spoon tutorial
- fashion guide/vocabulary
Super duper easy recipes
- chocolate brownie in a cup!!!
- cookie in a cup!!!
- all sorts of easy snacks
- idk some apple thingy
- chocolate stuff
- 25 hot chocolate recipes c:
- 36 kinds of ice blocks you can make
- icing colouring guide
- alternatives to ‘said’
- wanna know which author you write like?
- need to remember a word?
- read/post fanfics
- read/post stories
- some writing tips
- emotions vocab chart
- how to look like you’re typing an essay
- study tips
- learn stuff on youtube!
- how to survive the finals
- math problem solver
- another math problem solver
- homework help
- stress analyst
- when to sleep/wake up
- free microsoft word alternative
- how to draw hands
- skin palette
- how to draw folds
- how to draw realistic hair
- ruffles tutorial
- plait/braid tutorial
- SAI hair colouring tutorial
- face angle and shading
- how to colour
- background masterposts here, here, here, here, here, here, here and here
- pixels here, here, here and here
- x kit
- missing e
- simple themes
- HTML help
- updates tab!
- floating bubbles for your blog
- post limit checker
When you’re bored
- silk - interactive generative art
- what should i do today?!?!
- a list of movies with links
- list of scary movies
- list of teen movies
- bunch of cool things
- learn new things masterlist
This is a masterpost of Gothic literature, a genre popular in the 18th and 19th centuries in Europe (and to a lesser extent in America), which combined horror, fantasy, and Romanticism. The list is organised by genre and date. All texts are public-domain and are available online via the links provided. Happy reading, and feel free to ask if there’s anything you’d like me to add.
Novels and Novellas:
- Horace Walpole: The Castle of Otranto (1764)
- Friedrich Schiller: The Ghost-Seer (1781)
- Anne Radcliffe: The Mysteries of Udolpho (1794)
- Matthew Gregory Louis: The Monk (1796)
- Mary Shelley: Frankenstein (1818)
- Jane Austen: Northanger Abbey (parody, 1818)
- John William Polidori: The Vampyre (1819)
- Charlotte Bronte: Jane Eyre (1847)
- Emily Bronte: Wuthering Heights (1847)
- Edgar Allan Poe: The Light-House (unfinished, 1849)
- Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu: Carmilla (1872)
- Robert Louis Stevenson: The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1886)
- Theodor Storm: The Rider on the White Horse (1888)
- Oscar Wilde: The Picture of Dorian Gray (1891)
- Bram Stoker: Dracula (1897)
- Gaston Leroux: The Phantom of the Opera (1911)
- H.P. Lovecraft: The Shadow Over Innsmouth (1936)
- Washington Irving: “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" (1820)
- Edgar Allen Poe: “The Fall of the House of Usher" (1839), "The Man of the Crowd" (1840), "The Masque of the Red Death" (1842), "The Pit and the Pendulum" (1842-1843), "The Tell-Tale Heart" (1843) [You can find a complete index of Poe’s works here.]
- Robert W. Chambers: The King in Yellow (short story collection, 1895)
- H.P. Lovecraft: “The Moon-Bog" (1926), "The Music of Erich Zann" (1922), "Herbert West - Reanimator" (1922), "The Lurking Fear" (1923), "The Rats in the Walls" (1924), "The Dunwich Horror" (1929) [You can find a complete index of Lovecraft’s works here.]
- Samuel Taylor Coleridge: “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" (1798), "Christabel" (1800)
- John Keats: “La Belle Dame Sans Merci" (1819), "Isabella, or the Pot of Basil" (1820)
- Edgar Allan Poe: “Lenore" (1843), "The Raven" (1845), "Annabel Lee" (1849)
- Emily Bronte: “A Death-Scene" (1846), "Honour’s Martyr" (1846)
Wow ~ One thousand followers! I did not quite expect this blog to be that successful. Coding is only really a hobby for me, but I appreciate all the support you guys have given me. I’m glad I’m able to create something you enjoy!
Without further ado, here are three themes at your disposal:
This theme features 500px posts, 4 custom links, tag and caption visibility options, and a reblog link. The description looks best at 3 lines. It’s very simple, but I’m sure it looks great for photography and text.
A 400px theme, this layout offers 3 custom links in a snazzy link drop-down list, hover permalink information, and caption and sidebar image visibility options.
This theme offers 400px or 250px posts. 3 custom links are available, as well as a square sidebar image. There is an option for hover updates, if you enable it. There are visibility options for tags and the blog title, and a reblog link under each post.
If you plan to use or are going to use one of these themes, it would help me if you liked or reblogged this post, so I can gauge what works and what doesn’t. Comments and questions are welcome, keeping in mind that I don’t help with simple customizations.
Enjoy, and thank you!
- Animated header on scroll
- Hide/show captions
- Hover to show tags (opt.)
- 4 links
- No description
READ BEFORE USE:
- Your blog title must fit in one line - if it is long, you may change the font size (line 145 in code).
- Please ask theme-related questions off-anon.
- Edit as much as you like but do not take any element of the code and claim it as your own.
We created the beta version of our first font from our existing collection of wood type. It’s a gorgeous bold, extended slab-serif with the telltale character of a hand-carved typeface. We’re calling it Fatboy, and the weight is Husky.
Corki is condensed slab serif typeface suitable mostly for headlines. It’s uppercase only and comes in 4 different styles: normal, rounded and their alternatives with the so called “tuscan” styled serifs and YES all of them are free!
You can download for free or donate any amount you desire. Facunda is authorized for both personal and commercial uses.
Musket is a robust and slightly condensed slab serif optimized for longer texts and small sizes, available in four different styles.
WAVE ME IN new experimental geometric eps type, inspiration was wave shape combined with cubical space forms and triangle edges. The font contains all capital letters and numbers of the shapes. It has two different options. Selling or distribution is prohibited. Credits is welcome.
Bispo is a script typeface made inspiring on italic chancery calligraphy, with a flat nib pen and a module of 10 pen widths. I decided to make this typeface after months studying calligraphy, to allow everyone be able to create pieces with a charm of calligraphy, taking advantage of the Opentype features. There is also alternates and swashes glyphs to use as you want. This first version is free!
We made this font in our spare time, and we were thinking of sharing it with you. It has 67 glyphs: the Roman alphabet, the numbers and a few extra characters - perfect for headings.There’s a regular and a bold version, available in TTF, but the greatest feature is that you can download it for free!
Pilaca is a free display font designed by Pier Paolo. It is quite powerful in 3d applications. Poster design: Mauricio Cardoso
Free time work UZUN Font for non-commercial use.
This display font is meant for custom print headings. Baffled looks best when uppercase & lowercase letters are mixed and matched.
Johanna & Johanna Italic are modular typefaces based on 6 basic modules. As a result, 147 glyphs of versatility in each style. Enjoy it for free.
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