That random person you met online and now is a big part of your life
Headcanon that Ed still ties his hair in a braid occasionally, for old time’s sake.
Alright well a good thing to keep in mind is where your hairline is and stuff and what kind of hair line. The two main ones is just your regular hair line and then there’s the widows peak (more rare).
Then another good thing to think of when drawing hair is the part, this will control where things like bangs will fall and what not. Hair strands also won’t go past the hair line unless you have a character with a receding hairline in which case you would draw the hair line further up the head.
I draw my hair pretty chunky rather then lots of strands but this is how I go about it.
After I finish drawing the hair I’ll colour it, then add some shading starting from the part.
It’s good to keep in mind on your light source and where the light will hit the hair when adding highlights. After I get the shading and lighting figured out I just render until I’m happy with it.
And then once I’m done rendering I’ll add a few little shine highlights and then I’m done.
Walla! painty pink hair.
do you ever feel like you love a character more than their own writers do
THE FMA 03 ART STYLE GIVES ME LIFE
This device uses infrared technology to help find veins
How? Well it works in a similar way to pulse oximetry. Haemoglobin in the blood absorbs infrared light. When AccuVein’s device is held above the skin, it can detect the difference in the haemoglobin concentration between the veins and surrounding tissue, projecting a map of the veins on the skin above them. Locating the point of needle placement is suddenly simplified for phlebotomy techniques.
This technique has been used for some time when drawing blood from newborns, but is now becoming more frequently used in adults. Those with particularly difficult venous access (DVA) can include:
- The elderly;
- Dark-skinned patients, whose veins may not be visible;
- Obese patients, whose veins may not be visible or palpable;
- Patients having many diagnostic or therapeutic intravenous procedures;
- Burn victims;
- Agitated or restless patients;
- Oncology patients on chemotherapy;
- Other patients with chronic diseases;
- Drug abusers.
This is undoubtedly the saddest thing I’ve seen in this show in the longest time. Let me fill you guys in.
When the episode begins we see the gang turn up at the mansion where this Espurr is living. Only, it’s dilapidated, ruinous and seemingly abandoned. Obviously we know Espurr is living there, we’ve seen this sort of thing before. So when the gang turn up and mysterious things happen, this isn’t much of a surprise. But that isn’t what got me. This is when he starts telling his story up there.
You see, Espurr had a very elderly owner. She doted on the little thing. She loved him. But he was very young. He didn’t realise what she had going on. So when her condition worsened she didn’t want to upset the poor guy. So she sent him out to collect flowers so that he wouldn’t need to worry when she passed away. It worked, but when he came back, seeing that house empty? That got me. That brought a tear to my eye.
this is quality humor right here