If you can pronounce correctly every word in this poem, you will be speaking English better than 90% of the native English speakers in the world.
After trying the verses, a Frenchman said he’d prefer six months of hard labour to reading six lines aloud.
OUR TEACHER MADE US READ THIS OUT LOUD IN CLASS AND I DIED
I still can’t say anemone
I only stuttered like twice and I’m stupidly proud.
so i was looking up news about Pirates 5 and
Johnny Depp is the only cast member listed
johnny depp is every role
just johnny depp
e t e r n a l j o h n n y
Glenn Rhee being too compassionate for this world // 1x05 - 5x01
Elephants walking through a rain forest.
ahh they look like bunnies in grass!!
I’m not sure I understand your question, so I’m sorry if I’m missing your point.
I create all my pixel works in Photoshop, with the help of references or not, depending on what I’m working on. I usually draw a quick sketch first, on paper or directly in Photoshop, to get a rough idea of what I want to do. If I am making a fanart, especially with a scenery, I try to get as many photo references as possible. Low resolution artworks can sometimes be tricky to identify, so every little detail count.
Here is how I usually proceed:
- I do a lot of references research (for instance, I used this photo as a main reference for Sherlock’s living room).
- Then I make a rough construction of the scene and its main elements.
- I clean the scene, work element by element, and add the different objects and details as I go (each element is on a separate layer, so I can change it easily).
- Finally I add shadows, textures, light sources and I play with the hues.
Voilà! I hope it helps. :)