Something that's been helping my #mentalhealth lately... whatever has you overstressed or worried, finish off that statement with "...and that's okay." For example: "I botched up that order pretty bad... and that's okay." Helps to get you back in a good place, and sometimes think of solutions like I need help with this order instead of continuing to blame myself.
"When we choose what amount to pay we are actively valuing the art and our own time. When we back a crowdfunding project we are using our money to do more than buy an object, we are using our money to create something new in the world."
~ Kim Boekbinder
The purpose of putting pronouns in your bio is that most trans people must do this to avoid misgendering, and if only trans people have their pronouns on display it makes it really easy to single us out whether we want to be open about it or not, which leads to harassment.
If you're cis, put your pronouns in your bio. It helps trans people stay safe online.
Not "cis man/woman" or "male/female" or "mr/ms/mrs". The pronouns. Type out the pronouns. Whatever else you add is fine, but please just take 3 seconds, type the pronouns, hit save.
If you don't, trans people have no way of knowing whether you're a safe cis person or not, and I will generally assume you are not since you haven't put forth the minimal possible effort to help protect us.
I've tooted while 3D printing this lampshade last week - and as promised, here is a photo of it in "action".
Still a bit of stringing to clean up, but if I may say so myself, this looks rather stunning!
ESP8266-powered with an HTTP API to remotely control it and make it light up to indicate events 😊
March screenprint postcard!!!
I feel that the scan (4th picture) really lacks lustre since it never really gets the colour right. but it probably is better this way so when people get it in the mail, it'd look more magical? https://www.patreon.com/posts/march-2019-25606963
on photoshop, go to edit>keyboard shortcuts to edit and add your own shortcuts!!
i added one so i can flip the canvas using ⌘comma. it helps me work a lot faster and check for mistakes more often!!
being familiar with your program is super helpful so you can spend time working instead of fiddling around in menus.
Todays randon #rpg item.
A dagger that feels guilt for each victim slain using it. Any time a player unsheathes the blade all this guilt flows directly into them.
Must pass a willpower check that gets harder the more are killed using the blade.
If they fail the check their dreams are haunted by the those that died by the blade. Over time these visions get worse until they aren’t confined to just sleep. Eventually the player will see the dead everywhere and it will slowly drive them mad.
I like to keep family friendly, not a furry.
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