I don’t need a parachute, baby if I’ve got you, baby if I’ve got you… (x)
Figured I might as well participate in Gunnerkrigg fan week. I love this webcomic. ;A;
So here’s something of these two.
starting the morning off with a grimdark rose
tadomakis from tonight’s ywpd 69min
I realized it’s been a while since I last posted Homestuck, so here, have some Dave uwu
baby I don’t know why your eyes are glowing I am just very into dramatic lighting these days
SUCK IT DUDEBROS.
Everyone else have some cute girls <33333
Because today’s Gunnerkrigg Court update left me (and probably everyone else) with THE SADDEST FACE.
Annie’s so lucky to have a friend who knows the way out.
Some losers and their pokemon.
you never know when the desire to draw Luna Lovegood is gonna hit you… but it’s useless to fight it.
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Jim Dingilian proves that a creative and skillful artist can create works of art with just about anything. By coating the interior of empty glass bottles with black smoke and then carefully brushing it away with tools mounted on dowels, he creates detailed and beautiful but dark works of smoke art that are dripping with a sense of suburban decay (via Bored Panda).
are you shitting me
and a separate creepy stare post for the Underworld kids uwu
The ywpd 69 min prompt was mahou shoujo and I couldnt say no
Brion Cemetary in San Vito d’Altivole near Treviso, Italy is considered Italian architect Carlo Scarpa’s most important and complex work. “I consider this work, if you permit me, to be rather good and one which will get better over time. I have tried to put some poetic imagination into it, though not in order to create poetic architecture but to make a certain kind of architecture that could emanate a sense of formal poetry. The place for the dead is a garden. I wanted to show some ways in which you could approach death in a social and civic way; and further what meaning there was in death, in the ephemerality of life other than these shoe-boxes.” Scarpa died in 1978, in a construction site accident. He is buried in this cemetery in a standing position in a hidden spot within the interstitial space where the walls of the old and new cemeteries meet.