2014/Oct/20
  1. Why am I constantly making heads tiny in relation to their respective bodies?? Gah.

    Why am I constantly making heads tiny in relation to their respective bodies?? Gah.


  2. 2014/Oct/8
  3. …Seems a little pretentious today. Maybe sit with some river stones for a while until that clears up.

    …Seems a little pretentious today. Maybe sit with some river stones for a while until that clears up.


  4. 2014/Oct/7
  5. It took me several moments to get, during which I was convinced that one of my schoolteachers was a perv.

    It took me several moments to get, during which I was convinced that one of my schoolteachers was a perv.

  6. Source: jessfink
    2014/Oct/3
  7. jessfink:

    I finally got around to reading Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, and of course I loved it. There’s plenty more I’d like to draw but goodness, there are too many great characters in this book.

    Sorry, busy screaming.


  8. 2014/Oct/3
  9. First attempt at cornrows! I think I failed.
This is a character I’ve been working on. He’s an angel of death who’s been demoted to cleansing souls on earth. He gets closer and closer to becoming human with each sin he removes and his ultimate goal is to die.

    First attempt at cornrows! I think I failed.
    This is a character I’ve been working on. He’s an angel of death who’s been demoted to cleansing souls on earth. He gets closer and closer to becoming human with each sin he removes and his ultimate goal is to die.

  10. Source: neil-gaiman
    2014/Oct/1
  11. neil-gaiman:

    Amanda was recording this morning. I was writing and doing a skype interview in a corner of the studio. And then she asked if I’d like to sing a chorus…

    via http://instagram.com/p/tlHEYpQW5z/

    I made it better.


  12. 2014/Sep/30
  13. "An Arsonist’s Guide to Writer’s Homes in New England" is by far the best book I have read this year. It’s funny, sad, and beautifully written. It’s about the often misconstrued and conflicting concepts of normalcy and happiness and how to find one’s place in society.
The timing is great, the protagonist is odd and sympathetic, and the plot is as interesting as it is easy to follow. I heartily recommend it.

    "An Arsonist’s Guide to Writer’s Homes in New England" is by far the best book I have read this year. It’s funny, sad, and beautifully written. It’s about the often misconstrued and conflicting concepts of normalcy and happiness and how to find one’s place in society.
    The timing is great, the protagonist is odd and sympathetic, and the plot is as interesting as it is easy to follow. I heartily recommend it.

  14. Source: bureauofcommunication.com
    2014/Sep/25
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  16. 2014/Sep/25
  17. Does this mean that we’ll soon have peeps year-round? I heartily support this.

    Does this mean that we’ll soon have peeps year-round? I heartily support this.


  18. 2014/Sep/22

  19. You know you’re fucked when Wikipedia doesn’t have any helpful information on your current relationship issues.



  20. 2014/Sep/18
  21. Breaking Bad has left me forever scarred.

    Breaking Bad has left me forever scarred.

  22. Source: likeafieldmouse
    2014/Sep/17
  23. likeafieldmouse:

    Hidden Mother

    "Trying to get a baby or a fussy toddler to sit still for a photograph can feel like a herculean task. Luckily, it only takes a second to get the shot. In the nineteenth century, however, it was a different storyparticularly when it came to tintype portraits, which required a long exposure. 

    Photographer Laura Larson’s series, Hidden Mother, presents a survey of nineteenth-century tintype portraits in which the mother of the child was included in the photograph, but obscured. 

    In some instances, the mother would hold her child, with a cloth or props hiding her from the lens, or she would be painted over by the photographer after the image had been taken. In other examples, the mother is entirely absent from the frame, save for an arm, holding the child in place. 

    The results are both funny and slightly disturbing. The mother appears as an uncanny presence, Larson writes in a statement. Often, she is swathed in fabric, like a ghost.”  

    image

    (via zingoogniz)


  24. 2014/Sep/17
  25. Source: loish
    2014/Sep/14
  26. loish:

latest stress relief piece!

AAAAAAH, THIS IS SO PRETTY I CAN’T!!

    loish:

    latest stress relief piece!

    AAAAAAH, THIS IS SO PRETTY I CAN’T!!

    (via kateordie)

  27. Source: atackeyebrows
    2014/Sep/14
  28. doctor who + text posts night vale tweets | part 2/? (rtd edition)

    bonus:

    (via littleulvar)