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01kido:

tanuki theme!!

in commemoration of gekkan shoujo nozaki-kun. don’t forget

static previews: 「1」 2 3 / permalink page preview: 1   CODE

features:

  • 250 / 300 / 350 / 400 / 500 px posts 
  • choice of gradient / tile / cover or just plain color background
  • custom sidebar width
  • side picture on left or right
  • 3 post and sidebar border styles / or none
  • 3 round corner options / or none
  • post shadow on / off 
  • custom scroll bar on / off
  • pagination or endless scrolling
  • show / hide captions and tags
  • 10 font styles
  • i really like the audio player tbh isn’t it cute
  • also the permalinks are nice!nice 

let me know if there are any problems! i haven’t tested this on my main blog so i may have missed a thing or two

werejock:

muerte en hawaii theme by leo

features!

  • 400px posts
  • side img inside of sidebar
  • dropdown navi
  • option for tiled or maximised background
  • favicon
  • option to remove borders
  • colour options for background, links, text, permalink, borders, etc…
  • option to remove shadow
  • option to hide album art on audio posts

live pv / code / questions

Fighting Words

clevergirlhelps:

Attack

Advance, assail, assault, beset, charge, drive, foray, hurtle, launch, lunge, maul, press forward, push, rush, storm, surge

Break

Blast, breach, carve, cleave, cleft, crack, cripple, crunch, demolish, destroy, disable, disfigure, disintegrate, divide, fragment, impair, mangle, mar, perforate, pulverize, rend, rift, ruin, rupture, sever, shatter, snap, splinter, split, wreck

Enter

Access, barge in, barrel in, horn in, infiltrate, intrude, invade, penetrate

Explode

Blow up, bomb, burst, detonate, erupt, fragment, go off, ignite

Fall

Collapse, descend, dive, drop, fall prone, header, lapse, plummet, plunge, slip, slump, sprawl, topple, trip, tumble

Fast

Agile, electric, fleet, hasty, nimble, quick, rapid, speedy, swift

Grab

capture, catch, clasp, grasp, grip, latch on to, nab, seize, snag, snatch, take

Hit

Bat, batter, bash, blow, bludgeon, box, buffet, bust, chop, clobber, clout, cuff, flail, hammer, haymaker, jab, knock, lash, paste, pummel, punch, rabbit punch, slap, slug, smash, sock, strike, swat, swipe, thrash, thump, uppercut, wallop

Jump

Bounce, bound, hop, jerk, jolt, leap, pounce, rise, skip, spring

Kill

Annihilate, behead, dispatch, eliminate, eradicate, erase, execute, exterminate, extirpate, finish, immolate, liquidate, massacre, murder, neutralize, obliterate, purge, slaughter, slay, snuff, terminate, waste

Run

Bolt, dart, dash, escape, flee, gallop, hurry, lope, pace, scramble, race, rush, sprint, whisk

Scream

Bark, bellow, call, cry, holler, howl, roar, screech, shout, shriek, wail, yell, yelp

Shoot

Blast, fire at, gun, open fire, nail, pick off, plug, pop, pull the trigger, salvo

Stab

Cut, gash, gouge, hack, hew, impale, incise, lacerate, pierce, prick, puncture, slash, slice, stick, thrust

Stop

Avert, bar, block, cease, check, defend, deflect, fend off, guard, halt, hold off, keep at bay, lull, obstruct, parry, push back, prevent, rebuff, repel, repulse, resist, shield, stave off, stun, ward off

Throw

Cast, catapult, chuck, eject, fire, fling, hurl, launch, lob, pelt, pepper, pitch, project, propel, shoot, shower, sling, spray, strew, toss

Other

Accelerate, ambush, barrage, barricade, beat, bombard, buck, bushwhack, brandish, careen, clash, cleave, clench, clip, collide, crash, crawl, creep, crush, damage, dance, disappear, dodge, emit, exhaust, expel, fence, fly, freeze, frenzy, glance, grapple, grind, hasten, heave, hem in, hook, leave, lift, lurch, maneuver, net, onslaught, overtake, overwhelm, provoke, pursue, push, rally, reach, recoil, regress, retreat, rigor, rive, scatter, shove, shrivel, slip away, smatter, splatter, step, strain, stretch, strive, stroke, struggle, suppress, swerve, swing, swish, swoop, thrash, twirl, upset, urgent, vanish, vanquish, volley, waylay, wield, wither, wrestle, yield

01kido:

tanuki theme!!

in commemoration of gekkan shoujo nozaki-kun. don’t forget

static previews: 「1」 2 3 / permalink page preview: 1   CODE

features:

  • 250 / 300 / 350 / 400 / 500 px posts 
  • choice of gradient / tile / cover or just plain color background
  • custom sidebar width
  • side picture on left or right
  • 3 post and sidebar border styles / or none
  • 3 round corner options / or none
  • post shadow on / off 
  • custom scroll bar on / off
  • pagination or endless scrolling
  • show / hide captions and tags
  • 10 font styles
  • i really like the audio player tbh isn’t it cute
  • also the permalinks are nice!nice 

let me know if there are any problems! i haven’t tested this on my main blog so i may have missed a thing or two

kogami:

new theme *u* finally *u*
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kogami:

new theme *u* finally *u*

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01kido:

kuusou forest theme!!!!!!!

i made this for my blog but i think its kind of nice so i decided to add a bunch of options and release it 

static previews: 1 / 2 / 3 / 4

click on any of the previews for specs and code!!

gesture drawing (basics)

hospitalvespers:

If you guys want to know more specific stuff, please let me know! This is just really basic, and the first stuff that popped into my head, so if you want to know more/this was not at all what you were asking for, don’t hesitate to get me to clarify! :D

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senpiezthemes:

Theme 019 by Senpiez

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Features:

  • 250/400/500px posts
  • pagination / endless scroll
  • optional: grayscale / faded images
  • up to 7 custom links (including home, ask, and archive!)
  • a side image 
  • much much more!!!
haikyuu!! pixiv tags

bayreef:

fashioned after this excellent reference post for yowapeda, i put a similar one together for haikyuu! i don’t have pixiv premium so it’s kinda difficult for me to look up stats, but i figured i could share the tags.

please let me know if anything needs to be fixed. i only included the more popular characters/ships (meaning more posts on pixiv) but will add others upon request (i’m using this so i know what to tag ships as on my blog tbh). note that if you want the ship reversed (i.e. hinakage instead of kagehina), you just have to switch the order of the kanji. quite a few are just as popular reversed so you might not be alone in your preference!

日向翔陽 hinata shouyou
影山飛雄 kageyama tobio
澤村大地 sawamura daichi
菅原孝支 sugawara koushi
東峰旭 azumane asahi
西谷夕 nishinoya yuu
田中龍之介 tanaka ryuunosuke
月島蛍 tsukishima kei
山口忠 yamaguchi tadashi
武田一鉄 takeda ittetsu
烏養繋心 ukai keishin
孤爪研磨 kozume kenma
黒尾鉄朗 kuroo tetsurou
及川徹 oikawa tooru
岩泉一 iwaizumi hajime

影日 kagehina - kageyama/hinata
月日 tsukihina - tsukishima/hinata
研日 kenhina - kozume/hinata
及影 oikage - oikawa/kageyama
月影 tsukikage - tsukishima/kageyama
影菅 kagesuga - kageyama/sugawara
大菅 daisuga - daiichi/sugawara
東西 azunishi - azumane/nishinoya*
月山 tsukiyama - tsukishima/yamaguchi
うかたけukatake - ukai/takeda**
黒研 kuroken - kuroo/kenma
岩及 iwaoi - iwaizumi/oikawa

you can just copy paste these into pixiv’s search box! please always remember to source and make sure the artist is okay with you sharing their work. here's a helpful faq for doing so (◡‿◡✿)

*the kanji for azunishi are especially common (they mean ‘east’ and ‘west’ respectively) so there’s a bunch of other stuff in their tag and that goes doubly so for their reversed tag :x

**no idea why this ship is written in hiragana aha

theperfectionistdiaries:

Good Notetaking
This is the system I’ve used since my sophomore year of high school for notes and its worked consistently, all the way through to my senior year of college. I hope it helps!
I generally use three different color pens in bright shades. You want your notes to be something you enjoy looking at. One color is for headings and important, must remember facts (pink). One color is for key words and theories (green) and one is for definitions (purple).
If I’m given a diagram during a lecture, I do my best to copy it down. Then I try to describe whats going on in my own words. Having a mental image of some important process has saved my but on an exam multiple times!
I also draw little example pictures inline with the text of my notes as additional memory devices.
If the professor makes the class slides available before the lecture, I’ll print them and write general summaries of the material in my notes ahead of time. That will save you from rushing in lecture and give you more time to ask questions about the things you don’t understand.
Generally, my notes don’t come out as neat as they are here. Most of the time, I end up copying them over so they’re easier to read and study from. Plus you get the added bonus of extra revision!
Good luck and happy studying! Xx

theperfectionistdiaries:

Good Notetaking

This is the system I’ve used since my sophomore year of high school for notes and its worked consistently, all the way through to my senior year of college. I hope it helps!

  • I generally use three different color pens in bright shades. You want your notes to be something you enjoy looking at. One color is for headings and important, must remember facts (pink). One color is for key words and theories (green) and one is for definitions (purple).
  • If I’m given a diagram during a lecture, I do my best to copy it down. Then I try to describe whats going on in my own words. Having a mental image of some important process has saved my but on an exam multiple times!
  • I also draw little example pictures inline with the text of my notes as additional memory devices.
  • If the professor makes the class slides available before the lecture, I’ll print them and write general summaries of the material in my notes ahead of time. That will save you from rushing in lecture and give you more time to ask questions about the things you don’t understand.

Generally, my notes don’t come out as neat as they are here. Most of the time, I end up copying them over so they’re easier to read and study from. Plus you get the added bonus of extra revision!

Good luck and happy studying! Xx