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Imagine your icon as the final boss in your favorite video game.

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m0n64 submitted:

For when you find that specal someone

an eggagment ring


filed under: # baku # im laffin jesus christ this is incred


i know toothless is already heavily based upon cats but i wanted to sketch him more like one of my kona :> (ie. mini toothless, domestic cat sized)

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wowie anon that’s a really broad category and i can’t help tooo much but i’d say the prime thing is anatomy

most people ive heard with problems drawing animals are like ‘they’re so different!’ ‘their legs bend in weird directions!!’ but if i have one thing to tell you after years of learning about anatomy its that the more i learn about each different creature, the more that everything starts to look exactly the same

a human’s arm and a dog’s foreleg both have a shoulderblade/scapula bone, just oriented differently for their different purposes. they then both have an upper arm and an ‘elbow’, then a lower arm and a ‘wrist’, then a ‘hand’. the human’s hand and arm are more dexterous, the dog’s paw and foreleg have less manoeuvrability, cannot twist as far as ours, but are more powerful to support them as they walk. dogs, cats, heaps of animals are ‘digitigrade’, meaning they walk up on their digits, which gives their legs a funny look but if you study them it’s almost the exact same bone typs/shapes/positions, just altered for the creature’s specific needs

i own a few anatomy books myself but i wouldnt say theyre in any way necessary. googling animal anatomy/ cat anatomy/ cat skeleton that kinda stuff produces incredibly useful results. learn up on anatomy, observational drawing, practice, all that shit you’ve heard before

if you wanna come off anon and send me specific pics or ask me more things im down to help

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filed under: # morgan # its u


Gold - Wake Owl

"So, didn’t you find love or salvation in what they do,
a heart is built of gold, they fairies they are too, its in the hands you hold,
how long can we ignore, we build a little more, and then we break our truth”

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seattle man. a local hero.

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filed under: # WHAT THE FUCK # i don't know how but # greys anatomy # what a hero # hopefully # me # someday # when I live there # bless


I’m laughing so hard because Artemis is a Greek goddess of, among other things, maidenhood and archery.  She is literally an aro/ace arrow ace.

filed under: # I knew there was somethin about this girl I liked # same here boo same