tardiscrash:

confectionerybliss:

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{by Handle The Heat}

god bless you for this. it something I had to learn over actual hundreds of batches.

thevintagepostbox:

Illustration: Resting
This is a piece from my show at Spyhouse Coffee! Come see it in real life! 

thevintagepostbox:

Illustration: Resting

This is a piece from my show at Spyhouse Coffee! Come see it in real life! 

once-upon-a-time-the-end:

He said if he ran in those shoes, they’d fall off.

once-upon-a-time-the-end:

He said if he ran in those shoes, they’d fall off.

epoole88:

2014 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs Eastern Conference Quarters.   (The West is on it’s way!)

pugletto:

mexicanazo:

pugletto:

Worldbending | North America (Tarahumara; Hochunk; Tohono O’odham; Potawatomi.)

actually, they’re called Rarámuri, Tarahumara is only the mountain range…

BUT DUDE!! THOSE ARE AMAZING DRAWS!

(We’d generally call ourselves Rarámuri, yes.)

EDIT; I use Tarahumara because my dad uses Tarahumara as a catch-all, since I think the term “rarámuri” is supposed to be masculine and typically refers to men?

(‘Tarahumara’ is a Spanish word tho, so I’d understand why people don’t like to use it.)

fadingtales:

TW AU; supernaturals in a medieval fantasy setting

Holy water cannot help you now
A thousand armies couldn’t keep me out
I don’t want your money
I don’t want your crown
See I have to tell you
I’ve come to burn your kingdom down (x)

yubishines:

It seems to me that the whole question of whether popular media is ready for lady heroes (or trans* or gender-neutral or non-het heroes, for that matter), particularly in stories typically featuring straight male heroes, is a bit of a useless question. Popular media is never ready for change. Not until the first person makes it happen and so changes everyone’s minds.

Obsessing over what’s “marketable” is a good way to both drive yourself nuts, and to ensure that everything you make is bland interchangeable library paste. Don’t be afraid of niche. Don’t be afraid of weird, or of people “not getting it.” People will get it.

Don’t write what the audience wants. Write what you want the audience to want.

sosuperawesome:

Lisa Congdon’s Print Shop

#art

fleurdelisee:

polygonal-lasso:

I’ve got 99 problems and 98 of them can be attributed to poor time management and self control.

Stasia Burrington

A collection of drawings on brown Kraft Stonehenge paper. Done with charcoal, sumi ink, acrylic paint and cut fabric flower collage.

familyunfriendly:

I tried to re-create some of the gradients in the sky I would see on my walk to school. I couldnt take any photos and this is my outcome from memory.

Quidditch for Beginners

thewicked-eternity