Gal Gadot gif hunt

While I don’t do gif hunts per request, there are a few actors and actresses I’ve collected gifs of for personal use over the past few months. So, I thought I’d share them with all of you, in case anyone else finds them useful as well.

Below the cut, you will find around 80 gifs of the lovely Gal Gadot (some doubles may occur). None of the gifs are mine and credit goes to the original makers. If you wish for your gifs to be removed from the hunt or for me to add a credit link to your blog, please don’t hesitate to let me know. These are to be used for roleplaying purposes only, not crackships etc.

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July 12 2013, 03:24 PM   •   85 notes

Sarah Carter gif hunt

While I don’t do gif hunts per request, there are a few actors and actresses I’ve collected gifs of for personal use over the past few months. So, I thought I’d share them with all of you, in case anyone else finds them useful as well.

Below the cut, you will find 63 gifs of the lovely Sarah Carter, probably best known from Falling Skies. None of the gifs are mine and credit goes to the original makers. If you wish for your gifs to be removed from the hunt or for me to add a credit link to your blog, please don’t hesitate to let me know. These are to be used for roleplaying purposes only, not crackships etc.

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July 12 2013, 01:05 PM   •   12 notes
Kazza’s Color Schemes || #44: Woodland
Kazza’s Color Schemes || #44: Woodland
June 03 2013, 05:14 AM   •   62 notes

Hey guys, here’s a suggestion

How about we properly source the things we post? If you find an article about writing or whatnot on a website and decide to post it on Tumblr, don’t just mention the website’s or author’s name; link to the original article in a clearly visible place as well.

Whenever I post something written by someone else, I add the link to the post source (click the cogwheel in the top right corner while you’re making your post, and paste the link into the field that says “content source”), and to the actual post (at the very top, I put “By [insert author name here]” and make that a link to the original article).

Proper sourcing is a matter of respect and giving credit where credit is due. And trust me, I will judge you hard if you don’t do it.

May 27 2013, 05:47 AM   •   16 notes
#rpc  #rph  #rpa  #rpcw  #rpc help  
Kazza’s Color Schemes || #43: Clairaudients

Kazza’s Color Schemes || #43: Clairaudients

May 20 2013, 01:08 PM   •   60 notes
Hi Kazza, Can you please recommend any banner themes with four customizable links? Thannks!
Anonymous Asked

Banner themes? I’m going to assume you want a theme with the possibility of having a header image? Here are a few options for you:

Hopefully any of those are to your liking.

May 07 2013, 02:31 AM   •   5 notes
this is probably really pathetic but i want to roleplay and i've never done it before and know nothing about it. all these character bios and applications make no sense to me at all and i definitely have no idea how to get involved since i'm socially anxious anyway. i don't mind if you don't but you're my writing idol and you seem to know a lot about that so would you mind explaining it to me maybe? ily anyway and you're blog is my lifesaver
Anonymous Asked

Aww, no, don’t worry; it’s not pathetic in the slightest. Roleplaying, especially on Tumblr, can seem confusing and intimidating at first, but I promise you it’s fairly easy to get a hang of once you begin and ease into it.

I’m going to direct you to some fantastic posts and guides already out there, which should hopefully help you along the way:

I especially recommend taking a look at the first link, as it provides a masterlist of guide posts about pretty much anything and everything you need to know about roleplaying, on Tumblr and in general. If there’s anything else you want to know or would like explained after having sifted through the links above, please don’t hesitate to come back and I’ll try my very best to help you out.

May 01 2013, 04:29 PM   •   21 notes
Hey... how would you suggest getting word out about your roleplay, if it's so unique/original that there have been no others like it... so the usual tags don't really apply, and you're having trouble getting exposure? We already do the usual, but we don't like to abuse tags that don't apply to us.
virago-rp Asked

That is quite the tricky issue, considering I don’t think I’ve ever been faced with a similar situation. However, you can still use the generic tags rp, rpg, and roleplay to promote, even if you don’t feel as if there are more specific tags that apply. If your roleplay is an original roleplay (meaning the ideas is yours and not based on, for instance, a movie or a television show) or new, you could use the original rp and new rp tags to promote, as those are fairly common ones that people check up on. Hopefully you should get some exposure through those, and from taking a quick look at your roleplay, I’d say they do apply to you.

Depending on what you mean by ‘the usual’, additional recommendations would be to submit promos to RPCHAs who accept them, seeing as that tends to be a good way of getting people in the community to notice your roleplay, even if it’s not through the tags but rather while browsing their dashboards. Ask for reviews and see whether or not they offer you some useful suggestions. If whoever reviews your roleplay feels as if you’re doing a good job you might end up on a list of recommendations, which also might give you some exposure.

And finally, try to get a small but loyal group of players to begin with, for instance by asking friends from within the roleplaying community to join, and make their experience the best possible it can be. Happy players tend to bring their friends, who in turn bring theirs if they are happy, too. Don’t focus on getting as many members as possible within a short period of time, but rather, members who will stay long-term and recommend the roleplay to others. I’ve found that is usually the best way of getting the word out; starting at the root and letting it grow upward.

Hopefully this helped at least a little, but if not, please don’t hesitate to come back and I can try to come up with further ideas for you.

May 01 2013, 05:31 AM   •   2 notes
Kazza’s Color Schemes || #42: Fury Oh Fury

Kazza’s Color Schemes || #42: Fury Oh Fury

May 01 2013, 05:21 AM   •   18 notes
Kazza’s Color Schemes || #41: Gravel and Wine

Kazza’s Color Schemes || #41: Gravel and Wine

April 28 2013, 08:37 AM   •   19 notes
Kazza’s Color Schemes || #40: Zodiac

Kazza’s Color Schemes || #40: Zodiac

April 28 2013, 08:22 AM   •   63 notes

A word on these redistributed “edited” themes floating around in the RPCHA/whatever community:

I keep seeing the argument, “But, but, we aren’t stealing themes, since we are giving credit to the original maker.” Here’s a newsflash for you—it is not about whether or not you are giving them credit.

A lot of theme makers ask those who use their themes to like or reblog the post. That is literally the only form of payment or appreciation they get from spending hours and hours on coding those themes for your benefit. Some theme makers also like to check up on their themes and see how they’re being used, and they do that through those likes and reblogs. By reposting their codes, no matter how edited, no matter whether or not you are crediting them, you are robbing them of that control, and it’s pretty freakin’ disrespectful.

Here’s a simile: Imagine you spend several hours on making a graphic, just because you have mad as fuck Photoshop skills, and it’s something you enjoy doing. You absolutely love the end result—in fact, let’s say it’s the best goddamn graphic you have ever made, and you just can’t wait to post it on Tumblr and have other people reblog it so you can see their reactions. You go back and check the tags in which people are marveling over its beauty, and all is well in the kingdom. But wait! Someone decides to repost your graphic. SHOCK. HORROR. They are giving you credit by listing you as the source, but because they have reposted instead of reblogging, you are not getting the recognition you deserve for your graphic. Would you be okay with that? I’m guessing the most likely answer is no, so why do you keep doing that exact same thing to theme makers?

Yes, most theme makers say you can edit the theme to your liking, but that refers to personal use. I have yet to see a single theme maker who allows for you to redistribute their themes, unless it is specifically made as a base theme. So cut it the fuck out, because it pisses me off to no end.

Kazza over and out.

April 11 2013, 02:30 AM   •   21 notes
How many locations should my rp have?
Anonymous Asked

It’s difficult to give you an exact number, seeing as that really depends on the nature of the roleplay. My advice would be to consider what locations you need in order to support the plot and to make it easier for players to figure out where their characters could be hanging out, and then create the locations according to that. Some roleplays might get away with no pre-established locations whatsoever, while others might need quite a few.

If you want some inspiration or ideas (don’t copy, though), you might want to check out Valley’s, Children of Athoria’s, August Burns Red’s, and Killing Moon’s locations.

March 15 2013, 10:29 AM   •   1 note
I'm in this RP and I took a hiatus, with some paras unanswered and everything. Should I start over or continue?
Anonymous Asked

I would say that depends on how long your hiatus was, and whether or not the paras you had going are still relevant. If you feel like the interactions have become outdated in your absence, the best thing to do would probably be to drop them and plot for something else with your roleplaying partners. I’m not so sure how much good it would do to start over with a para that has already progressed a bit, though.

If your hiatus was shorter, you feel like the paras could be continued without it being a forced effort, and the interactions aren’t outdated, I don’t see why you couldn’t pick off where you left off. The best thing to do in this situation would probably be to start by messaging the people you were paraing with, and ask them if they want to continue still, or if they’d be up for coming up with something new.

Kazza’s Color Schemes || #39: Rage and Serenity

Kazza’s Color Schemes || #39: Rage and Serenity

March 14 2013, 09:14 AM   •   50 notes