coeursfideles:

The Dying Swan (Yevgeni Bauer, 1914)

actuallyitsaparasol:

this isnt a comic page..

actuallyitsaparasol:

this isnt a comic page..

actuallyitsaparasol:

mullet knight and lawyer wife

actuallyitsaparasol:

mullet knight and lawyer wife

lovelyrats:

doxiequeen1:

I was feeling a little down the other day so I decided to look back on what i’ve made this year. I realized I had ten “original” projects so I decided to put them into a photoset!

I’m proud of what i’ve made so far but I haven’t accomplished nearly as much as I had hoped!

Luckily I have three months left, hopefully I can get a satisfactory amount of stuff done in that time period. I think I have at least twelve projects I would like to finish up before this year ends, which is kind of crazy.

Most of these were made between April-August,  and this isn’t including Elsa, stays, chemises, headpieces, or incomplete projects. Everything was drafted and sewn by me, and most of them are original designs!

Amazing gorgeous historical pieces.
And I cannot get enough of that hair, especially in the big hoods. :)

cristoecafe:

sapper-in-the-wire:

did-you-kno:

There are 12 preserved 13th century drawings from a 7-year-old Russian boy named Onfim that depict his practice of the Old Slavic alphabet and doodles of battle scenes, slain enemies, and beastly self-portraits. Source

http://www.goldschp.net/SIG/onfim/onfim.htmlThe coolest thing about this is that he actually practices perspective a bit. In the top left image the dude that’s closer is bigger, and in the bottom one a cavalryman is small because he’s far away. Also he drew himself dressed up like his warrior dad:

Aww, so cute!

cristoecafe:

sapper-in-the-wire:

did-you-kno:

There are 12 preserved 13th century drawings from a 7-year-old Russian boy named Onfim that depict his practice of the Old Slavic alphabet and doodles of battle scenes, slain enemies, and beastly self-portraits. Source

http://www.goldschp.net/SIG/onfim/onfim.html

The coolest thing about this is that he actually practices perspective a bit. In the top left image the dude that’s closer is bigger, and in the bottom one a cavalryman is small because he’s far away.

Also he drew himself dressed up like his warrior dad:

Aww, so cute!

a disgruntled looking scully? sure.

a disgruntled looking scully? sure.

tastefullyoffensive:

[maximoni]

unfurl the black velvet altar cloth, draw a white chalk baphomet

unfurl the black velvet altar cloth, draw a white chalk baphomet

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arocutie:

i also met this very beautiful golden red toad today