8bitcat

cthulhupeelz:

rinface:

Facial and Ear piercing Diagrams

Just incase anyone out there was looking for them.

I REALLY hate that this post is back up & circulating. SOME OF THIS INFORMATION IS DEAD WRONG.

  • 316L is the LOWEST quality of metal and is made in god-knows-where. The metal does NOT have a mirror finish to it, making it possible for bacteria to hide in any cracks, crevices, dents, scratches… NONE of which are safe for a healing piercing.
  • Avoid sterling at all cost, everyone. It’s super low quality.
  • Plastic/Acrylic should NEVER be worn If you thought 316L metals were bad, acrylics are WORSE. That shit is actually TOXIC and EXTREMELY POURUS and CANNOT be autoclaved AT ALL.
  • The names for the lip piercings are slang; there is no way to get bit by a “Cyber” or an “Angel”. WTF even is a “Cyber” and how the hell does it bite you?
  • If you look closely at the measuring chart, you can see what I’m talking about with metal quality: there are dents and imperfections on the surface of the metals, giving bacteria room to hide and flourish. NASTY!
  • Straight pin nose studs are NOT recommended. Just ask anyone who has sneezed and the pin’s gone shooting out.
  • This is an observation of mine: all of the bridge piercings that I’ve seen with that have those jewelry choices in it have been easily irritated, infected or have rejected. Straight barbels have had better chances of healing.
  • Also, this is not mentioned on here, but NEVER EVER EVER WEAR CLAY EARRINGS! It is FAR MORE TOXIC than ACRYLIC, AND 100x more porous. Also, due to the handmade nature of them, there will be residue from the maker’s fingers, hairs from them, dead skin, or even their finger prints! They CANNOT be autoclaved OR CLEANED in ANY way, shape or form. CLAY IS NOT SAFE EVER.

/end rant

Got questions, come and ask me. Hell, I’ll even help you find the nearest piercing parlor that can give you mirror finished, bad ass looking, anatomy complementing, safe, autoclaved, maybe even anodized! jewelry.

It’s well worth it. Put good in, get amazing out.

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Things almost every author needs to research

kelpiekilo:

clevergirlhelps:

the-right-writing:

  • How bodies decompose
  • Wilderness survival skills
  • Mob mentality
  • Other cultures
  • What it takes for a human to die in a given situation
  • Common tropes in your genre
  • Average weather for your setting

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idrawboobs:

mysteryflavour:

preservedcucumbers:

A simple PSA, lest your tail-sporting character look like they’re walking around with a really long poop hanging out of their pants.

That doesn’t look right though. Unless the tail your drawing isn’t a continuation of the spine (which a tail is by definition) it wouldn’t be that high… your tail bone, the sacral and coccygeal plexus sections of the spine, do in fact go down the crack. Having it that high would be anatomically incorrect…

Sorry this is a little messy, I hope it illustrates why the way people tend to draw tails is not wrong.

if you want to see tails coming out of buttholes I can dredge up some art of that, but the tail as drawn here isn’t it.

idrawboobs:

mysteryflavour:

preservedcucumbers:

A simple PSA, lest your tail-sporting character look like they’re walking around with a really long poop hanging out of their pants.

That doesn’t look right though. Unless the tail your drawing isn’t a continuation of the spine (which a tail is by definition) it wouldn’t be that high… your tail bone, the sacral and coccygeal plexus sections of the spine, do in fact go down the crack. Having it that high would be anatomically incorrect…

Sorry this is a little messy, I hope it illustrates why the way people tend to draw tails is not wrong.

if you want to see tails coming out of buttholes I can dredge up some art of that, but the tail as drawn here isn’t it.