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experiment commission for breezy

10-02 - 2:11 - 192 notes / euchoma / gawki



Pretty happy on who this babe turned out! 
In other news, college is almost starting so money is needed sooooo I’m open to commissions, lineless commissions.

Prices range from 20-25 USD depending on the difficulty in recreating the character (fur, markings, accessories…).

(I also love to do pets btw)

Anyone interested please send me a message :) 
Thank you!

SIGNAL BOOST FOR COMMISSIONS. Feel free to send me an ask!


Here is a small preview of what could be a possible Strangers product series- these images would appear on cell phone charms, or pins/buttons.

TOP ROW (left to right): the simdroni [who inhibits communicative and social ability], the gangridrene [whose presence causes flesh to turn gangrenous in living creatures], the condroni [who is filled with brains and absorbs and retransmit radio/TV waves] BOTTOM ROW (left to right): the drosodroni [whose touch causes catatonia], the ladroni [who causes severe nausea], and the haledroni [who seeks out and destroys human forms]

Expect further news relating to Strangers starting this Fall…




the real nyan cat

this cat knows the secret to life but he doesn’t think we deserve it. look at that grim face.

"I can’t save these people"


Chris Overgaard



(via 500px / Black-throated Trogon (Trogon rufus) by Juan Carlos Vindas)



Iceland just makes it onto the map

This interesting map shows European political boundaries in the 15th century. History explains a lot of our modern world. Iceland as you can see was along with Norway and much of Sweden ruled from Copenhagen. From the year 1262-1918, Iceland was under Norwegian or Danish rule. In 1918 we became autonomous and in 1944 while Denmark was occupied by Germany we sent them an email, that we’d had enough. Since 1944 Iceland has been fully independent.

Our official connections with Denmark ended that year. However the Danish Universities were the default place to go for higher education until the University of Iceland was founded. This may be the primary reason Icelanders all study Danish as a second language (along with English and either German, French or Spanish). People may think why the hell we still study Danish (as somebody recently asked) after our independence. But even today when we have several good Icelandic universities, many go abroad for further studies. Denmark along with all the Scandinavian countries are excellent and completely free choices for Icelanders, so Danish which also closely resembles Norwegian and Swedish can really come in handy.

lol just chillin


I got a normal sized sketchbook again!!



Tree roots winning their battle against concrete

Love pictures like this.


Staircase-III / Doho Suh 


Displayed in the Saint-Étienne church in France is the figure of René de Chalon, Prince of Orange. The prince died at the young age of 25 during the siege of Saint-Dizier in 1544.

Rather then memorialize him in the standard hero form, his wife requested (or René himself requested, or possibly both) that he be shown as “not a standard figure but a life-size skeleton with strips of dried skin flapping over a hollow carcass, whose right hand clutches at the empty rib cage while the left hand holds high his heart in a grand gesture.” (Source)