This is my random blog of things I like. I enjoy drawing, reading and talking to plants.
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photogenicfelines:

(Serena)
fresherluke:

this guy again,
just trying to push that last post doowwwnnnn

fresherluke:

this guy again,

just trying to push that last post doowwwnnnn

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Rookery Presents: Dreams & Nightmares

inkmagnolia:

Hey everyone! Rookery is an awesome group that I was lucky enough to be a part of the first time around. They’ve launched a campaign in order to debut the 2nd volume at SPX. Support this Indiegogo and support independent artists, you won’t regret it. Spread the word!

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Saga Cover Gallery (#1-20) by Fiona Staples

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con-ceal:

IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN THIS FUCKING VIDEO WATCH IT RIGHT NOW ITS ALL ABOUT THE BOOTY

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Working on Astrid. Still got a long way to go. Anyone know how to style her hair?

Some monsters I did for my lovely resident door decorations. 

emma-monsta:

Hiccstrid hug~

emma-monsta:

Hiccstrid hug~

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foxadhd:

Diagrams

magnificentunicornbirthedbyzeus:

Me.
aatmajapandya:

Just updated my portfolio site with this print and some other work! Have a look, if you are so inclined :>

aatmajapandya:

Just updated my portfolio site with this print and some other work! Have a look, if you are so inclined :>

kalidraws:

Quick assignment for the NY Times Letters to the Editor, out in today’s paper. The topic is about the recent Supreme Court decision to strike down abortion clinic buffer zones on the grounds of “free speech” (you can read the original article reporting the decision here, and the Letters section here). Previously, protesters had to stay 35ft away from the entrances to abortion clinics (a distance at which they were still able to exercise their ‘right’ to scream and harass) but now they will be allowed to do it directly in the faces of women seeking medical treatment.

Thanks to my AD Nathan Huang. This was an assignment I felt pretty strongly about. If the Letters section wasn’t neutral ground, you can bet I would have drawn the protestors differently in this piece.

kalidraws:

Quick assignment for the NY Times Letters to the Editor, out in today’s paper. The topic is about the recent Supreme Court decision to strike down abortion clinic buffer zones on the grounds of “free speech” (you can read the original article reporting the decision here, and the Letters section here). Previously, protesters had to stay 35ft away from the entrances to abortion clinics (a distance at which they were still able to exercise their ‘right’ to scream and harass) but now they will be allowed to do it directly in the faces of women seeking medical treatment.

Thanks to my AD Nathan Huang. This was an assignment I felt pretty strongly about. If the Letters section wasn’t neutral ground, you can bet I would have drawn the protestors differently in this piece.