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abbydraws:

been thinking about stories for these two for quite a while..
"fire and ice" character blurb:
-a pair of vigilantes/criminals, they don’t always get along, and they are quite unpredictable on who they kill.
-a man who can “burn” certain parts of people/witness’ memory (faces / evidences) by touching the victim’s temples, leaving scars in the process. people only see a blackened part when they try to remember. (a mind reader’s worst nightmare)
-no one knows what he hides behind those bandages.
-Undead lady trapped in magical ice body. Even barely alive, she still juggles her life as a businesswoman / assassin and a model (in demand because of her almost-“crystal” like skin)
-she kills with arsenal of different weapons (knives) made of ice that suits her taste, her killing method is untraceable. Only fire with magical properties can damage her body.

abbydraws:

been thinking about stories for these two for quite a while..

"fire and ice" character blurb:

-a pair of vigilantes/criminals, they don’t always get along, and they are quite unpredictable on who they kill.

-a man who can “burn” certain parts of people/witness’ memory (faces / evidences) by touching the victim’s temples, leaving scars in the process. people only see a blackened part when they try to remember. (a mind reader’s worst nightmare)

-no one knows what he hides behind those bandages.

-Undead lady trapped in magical ice body. Even barely alive, she still juggles her life as a businesswoman / assassin and a model (in demand because of her almost-“crystal” like skin)

-she kills with arsenal of different weapons (knives) made of ice that suits her taste, her killing method is untraceable. Only fire with magical properties can damage her body.

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feather-haired:

 Mother Nature by Bernadette Carstensen
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fehyesvintagemanga:

Yamada Mineko My scans

fehyesvintagemanga:

Yamada Mineko
My scans

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artbycgunn:

A redrawn version of my original Rapunzel picture; I fixed up a few things which were bothering me.

artbycgunn:

A redrawn version of my original Rapunzel picture; I fixed up a few things which were bothering me.

(via fairytalemood)

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strangelykatie:

Princess Mononoke print!

strangelykatie:

Princess Mononoke print!

(via monochromenoir)

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thebiggestnerd:

Randy does not appreciate rudeness in the workplace

thebiggestnerd:

Randy does not appreciate rudeness in the workplace

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sawdustbear:

sawdustbear:

Oregon is so goddamn pretty, so I stole this dude out of the gallery for a short walk. 

The Giant Pacific Rockbeast is native to Pacific Northwest coastal regions, although smaller variants have made it further south.

Rockbeasts burrow into naturally formed rock crevices when they are little, and dissolve the rock from inside as they grow. They are generally able to find a rock that will accommodate their predicted adult size. The ones that do not will usually die when they eventually dissolve the last of the available rock, and expose themselves to external elements. This rockbeast is lucky to have found a rock that fits him so snugly.

While they primarily prefer to stay near water, they often venture out to forested areas on cold and rainy days. They thrive on a diet of small bugs.

(If you’d like to adopt this dude, he is still available as part of the Dubious Beasts:Symbiosis show, at Archimedes Gallery)

Reblogging some old stuff(on queue) because I’m in the desert building a haunted house! :) This dude is from my May show with Leslie. He’s still available!

How I wish I had money…

(via sosuperawesome)

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saccstry:

Through the looking glass

saccstry:

Through the looking glass

(via white-rabbit-hole)

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pyawakit:

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kathudsonart:

I am planning on attending Momo-con in May 2015 in Atlanta. I have only been to one con before and that was momocon 2013. I’m really shy but I figured this is a good way to branch out. I am planning on doing a lot of little 8x10” copic sketches for $10-$20 bucks. What do you think? I’ll be doing other stuff too, but these don’t take long.

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temspiration:

design-is-fine:

Georges de Feure, Elegant women at the Beach, 1900-02. Note the cute dachshund between the skirts. Collection Jane Abdy, London.

This came up on my dash while I had this awesome wind noise generator on in the background and it was like I was THERE. :D

temspiration:

design-is-fine:

Georges de Feure, Elegant women at the Beach, 1900-02. Note the cute dachshund between the skirts. Collection Jane Abdy, London.

This came up on my dash while I had this awesome wind noise generator on in the background and it was like I was THERE. :D

(Source: openbaarkunstbezit.be, via elf-in-mirror)

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quarkmaster:

Phantom
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