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Slapped some colours on a thing I did for perspective class a few weeks back.
Inspired by Pixar’s Coco, I drew it the day it premiered in Europe and the US. I so want to see this movie!
By Al Dempster
Today was a productive day.
hello world. you don’t look so good.
More for the Sleeping Beauty + FFXV crossover/AU thing!
This time it’s Lunafreya as Prince Phillip. I really like how this one turned out!
(she kinda looks like something out of Fate or Fire Emblem…)
for the second year of college i’m gonna be focusing on portraiture and black beauty and how diverse black people can be and these are the type of photos i wanna take
HOW THE FUCK
That has got to be one of the most clever uses of transparency I’ve seen on this site yet.
we interrupt your regularly scheduled lack of meaningful content, to bring you
⪧ vulptex (pl. vulptices)
“The idea is that these wonderful sort of feral creatures had lived on this planet (Crait) and had consumed the planet’s surface, and as such had become crystalline. They live within the burrows and within the tunnels beneath the planet,” Neal Scanlan, head of the Star Wars creature shop, says. “So there is a time where their ability to shine within the darkness, should provide a guiding light to our heroes.”
The creatures were designed by Aaron McBride and Pablo Hidalgo came up with their name from the Latin word for fox, and the name of the fox genus, vulpes and vertices (singular: vertex), or the corners of any polyhedron, a shape assimilated with crystals.
The Last City - Occupied Temple by Sung Choi
Wood and Resin Rings and Pendants, by Tor Johansson on Etsy
See our ‘wood and resin’ tag
Triple Goddess: Maiden, Mother, Crone. An evolution of divine feminine, this moon symbol is rooted in ancient Magick. We ebb and flow like the cyclical movement of the phases. Shadowed yet illuminated, we are radical love and cosmic creation.
🌙 Pendant from @crystallifetechnology 🌙 A moonstone center to tap into lunar energy and intuition.
[Painting of Death as a spectral nanny taking a child and infant away from their bereaved family. A detail shows the family’s house number is 1918.]
I never realized this until seeing the detail, but this painting is most likely about the flu pandemic.
it’s really interesting seeing death portrayed as a woman
Especially a a nurturer rather than a destroyer
Sződliget is a misty waterside town in Hungary, whose eerie atmosphere attracts many tourists.