Ali's Own Little World

so this is the website I’m working on for my portfolio. this is the basic template, though I’m working on it presently to make sure I have all the portfolio items to link to the menu.
I’m pleased… this is also a similar format of a site I made a year ago, but I used images and apdivs to do that @_@
I’m pleased… this pleases me… this and my thesis board are the big things left to get ironed out really. 

so this is the website I’m working on for my portfolio. this is the basic template, though I’m working on it presently to make sure I have all the portfolio items to link to the menu.

I’m pleased… this is also a similar format of a site I made a year ago, but I used images and apdivs to do that @_@

I’m pleased… this pleases me… this and my thesis board are the big things left to get ironed out really. 

posted 9 hours ago with 5 notes




natsubutart:

I did this very quickly I hope there aren’t any mistakes


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voskreshenii:

This is more for my own reference, but if anyone else finds this useful, you’re free to like/reblog it and what-not. Most of the information was either taken from various Wikipedia pages or WikiHow.

First, let’s look at the social hierarchy:

  • Emperor/Empress
  • King/Queen
  • Grand Duke/Grand Duchess
  • Grand Prince/Grand Princess
  • Archduke/Archduchess
  • Duke/Duchess
  • Prince/Princess
  • Marquis/Marchioness
  • Count (Earl)/Countess
  • Viscount/Viscountess
  • Baron/Baroness
  • Knight/Dame
  • Sir/Lady

When meeting royalty for the first time, always acknowledge them with a bow from the neck (not the waist) if you are a man, and a small curtsey if you are a woman. (This gesture is no longer applicable in today’s world, but if you’re writing for an earlier time period, then it’s important your character bow or curtsey).

Below is directly applicable to citizens of the U.K and Commonwealth:

  • Only shake the queen’s hand if she offers it to you first. If you are wearing gloves, do not remove them. 
  • Do not begin a conversation with the queen. Instead, wait until she starts speaking to you.

When addressing royalty, finish your first reply with their formal address. For example, if a prince asks you, “How are you enjoying the United Kingdom?” you would respond “It’s wonderful, Your Royal Highness.” Each title carries a different formal address:

  • Emperors and Empresses are addressed as "Your Imperial Majesty" and introduced as "His/Her Imperial Majesty".
  • Queens and kings are addressed as "Your Majesty." Introduce them as "Her Majesty the Queen" (not ”Queen of England”, as she is the “Queen of the United Kingdom”, “Queen of Canada” and a long array of additional titles).
  • Princes and princesses are referred to "Your Royal Highness." Introduce them as "His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales." Any child or male line grandchild of a monarch is considered a prince or princess. The spouse of a prince is also a princess, although she is not always “Princess” Her First Name. The spouse of a princess is not always a prince. Great-grandchildren in the male line of the monarch are not considered princes or princesses. Use the courtesy titles lord or lady for these personages, addressing them as, for example, “Lady Jane” and introducing them as “Lady Jane Windsor” (unless they have a different title of their own).
  • Dukes and Duchesses are called "Your Grace" or "Duke/Duchess." Introduce the duke to someone else as "His Grace the Duke of Norfolk," the duchess as "Her Grace the Duchess of Norfolk".
  • Baronets and knights, if male, are addressed as “Sir Bryan” (if his name is Bryan Thwaites) and his wife is “Lady Thwaites”. You would introduce him using his full name, “Sir Bryan Thwaites,” and his wife as “Lady Thwaites.”
  • Dames (the equivalent of knighthood for women - there is no female equivalent of baronetcy) are “Dame Gertrude” in conversation, and you would introduce her as “Dame Gertrude Mellon.”
  • Other forms of nobility (including Marquess/Marchioness, Earl/Countess, Viscount/Viscountess, Baron/Baroness) are generally addressed as, “Lord or Lady Trowbridge” (for the Earl of Trowbridge), and introduced with their appropriate title, such as “Viscount Sweet” or “Baroness Rivendell” .

Use “Sir” or “Ma’am” thereafter. If the noble uses a casual style of conversation, drop the “Sir” or “Ma’am.” Don’t make them have to ask.

This information strictly deals with meeting British peers and royalty.Other parts of the world have different systems of aristocracy, and while the British royal family’s official website notes that when meeting a member of the royal family, “There are no obligatory codes of behaviour - simply courtesy,” this is not the case for all aristocracies. Failure to observe specific codes of behaviour in some countries may result in harsh punishment.

So—— it’s always best to research the monarchy in which you are writing for. I used the U.K’s peerage system because it’s the most widely known, but don’t take it as applicable for every monarchy. Titles and protocols can differ greatly between cultures.

If any of this information is incorrect, please feel free to correct it.




Depersonalization Disorder

onlinecounsellingcollege:

Depersonalization Disorder is where a person “looks at themselves from the outside”, and observes their own physical actions or mental processes as if they were an observer instead of themselves. This often brings a sense of unreality, and an alteration in the perception of the environment around them, as well as the person fearing they are not in full control of themselves. People with this disorder feel like they are “going crazy” and they frequently become anxious and depressed. An episode of depersonalization disorder can be as brief as a few seconds or continue for several years.

Depersonalization is the third most common psychiatric symptom and frequently occurs in life-threatening danger, such as accidents, assaults, and serious illnesses and injuries; it can occur as a symptom in many other psychiatric disorders and in seizure disorders.

Clinical picture of Depersonalization disorder

Patients describe feelings of being unreal and experiencing an unreal quality to perceptipns They say that their emotions are dulled and that their actions feel mechanical. Paradoxically, they complain that this lack of feeling is extremely unpleasant. Symptoms may be intense, and accompanied by deja vu and by changes in the experience of passage of time. Some patients complain of sensory distortions affecting a single part of the body (usually the head, the nose, or a limb), which may be described as feeling as if made of cotton wool. Two-thirds of the patients are women. The onset is often in adolescence or early adult life, with the condition starting before the age of 30 in about half the cases. Once established, the disorder often persists for years, though with periods of partial or complete remission.

Treatment of Depersonalization Disorder

Since dissociative disorders seem to be triggered as a response to trauma or abuse, treatment for individuals with such a disorder may stress psychotherapy, although a combination of psychopharmacological and psychosocial treatments is often used. Many of the symptoms of dissociative disorders occur with other disorders, such as anxiety and depression, and can be controlled by the same drugs used to treat those disorders. A person in treatment for a dissociative disorder might benefit from antidepressants or antianxiety medication.

Source: http://www.depression-guide.com/depersonalization-disorder.htm (abridged)


liathwen:

salomeideal:

8point6seconds:

adventuresintimeandspace:

Here are some scientific facts about blood loss for all you psychopaths writers out there.

I would like to know what is in those bottles. 

It’s Siracha!!!! Siracha is life!

That’s actually highly useful.



Kuile reference

I actually realize this may be more within the 30$ rendered/full colored ranking of your commissions. So I hope that is totally okay. If you feel the request deserves more than that, I am willing to take care of that as well. This is the first time she will be drawn, and so it’s actually putting a face to a character with the concepts that I have, I do hope you do not mind this, as it is 100% your call if you want to work on this or not. There does not need to be a level of detail in the clothing, for there are no embellishments embroidery wise unless you want to play with that. What I am giving you is the references, but I give you as much creative freedom with details and specifics as you want, and always feel free to ask me questions. I hope that this post is a useful reference with images.

I’ll start first with her clothes and then physical features. I will also provide a link to the file on dropbox that holds all the images used right here

These are all the links to all image references, for you to pick and choose on some options that you feel works best. Since this is a character first time design… please feel free to fluctuate price to what best suits your time and efforts if you want to work on this.

Overall Outfit 

Undershirt color

Overshirt color

Pants

Pants Color

Embrodery/Fabric Details on the clothes if used

Sash & Sash Color

Sash around waist

Sash around shoulders

Sash on head

Shoes everything about them is accurate

Reference for Freckles, Eyes, Brows and Hair color and appearance

Faceclaim 1

Faceclaim 2

Face Inspiration 1

Face Inspiration 2

Face Inspiration 3

Face Inspiration 4

Eyes #1 Ref if you think an eyeliner works on the image go ahead and use it, if not lets not.

Eye Color 1

Eye Color 2

Eye Inspiration 1

Hair Style exactly like this but down to lower back

Skin Tone is one of these two or in between… what looks good with the features

Her physical stats are 

Height: 5’7”

Weight: 130 lbs

Hourglass body frame

I found this site for body reference

Let me know if you need more Myth, and a yes or no on if you want to do it, and how much you want to charge for it. Thank you so much for reading through this.

posted 1 week ago