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ikimaru:

and also, it’s a metaphor
taking the chance to draw some Cronus since I never drew him before and yeaH

ikimaru:

and also, it’s a metaphor

taking the chance to draw some Cronus since I never drew him before and yeaH

milk-ed:

jeniferbana:

Nintendo 3ds xl pink white

milk-ed:

jeniferbana:

Nintendo 3ds xl pink white

image

(Source: mysnarkasm)

lunaticjin:

Nepeta Leijon Her growth (?) Complete picture :33

:33>next Is….

——Growth picture (Complete)——

[Gamzee Makara]

[Aradia Megido]

[Equius Zahhak]

[Terezi Pyrope]

[Kanaya Maryam]

[Tavros Nitram]

[Feferi Peixes]

[Sollux Captor]

ginger-redheadhero:

FALCON

(Source: kisedbyfire)

guy:

yeah baby i am an ANIMAL in bed. more specifically a koala. i can sleep for 22 hours a day

(Source: guy)

(Source: worldofglass)

fano-tastic:

Visited Atlantis for the day. Pretty cool place to tour inside and out.

(Source: failsnet)

typeworship:

Cloths of Heaven, new print from Seb Lester.

British designer and 8 Faces interviewee, Seb Lester, released a new limited edition print today. ‘Cloths of Heaven’, based on the poem ‘Aedh Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven’ by W B Yeats, is available both as a print and embroidered artwork.
“Yeats’s poem references ‘embroidered cloths’ and ‘gold and silver threads’, so I wanted to try to make the screen print look like an exquisite and timelessly beautiful piece of highly ornamental needlework. I’ve drawn from Medieval, Renaissance and 18th-century sources but I have also tried to integrate personal, progressive and irreverent flourishing ideas. The result is a hybrid stylistic treatment that I think could only exist in the 21st century.”
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