Photo 24 Jul 4,524 notes howtoskinatiger:

a spoonbill’s demise by William Miller 21 on Flickr.
Photo 24 Jul 148 notes pallanophblargh:

A little bit of non-pallanoph stuff before I get back to it.
These are as sparkly as I dare go when it comes to critter design. Because I just can’t. I’ll explain later, I’m sure. They’ve become more solid over the many years I’ve experimented with them, which is what I wanted. 
I am still debating whether or not they inhabit the same alternate earth that the pallanophs call home. They still need a lot of background thought put into them, that’s for sure! Though they have received a tentative name (Ynderrog) from Charanty on dA a while back, and it’s pretty sure to stick with them for the foreseeable future.
Female on the left, male on the right. I’ve imagined the female’s horns to be lighter and finer, while still incredibly deadly sharp. Males are heavy and coarse and blunt, and are mostly just for slamming into other dudes. And… trees. I imagine the female is most likely to use her horns defensively, and to catch fruiting branches to graze on.
These were one of three species I was going to leave “open,” so to speak, for others to play around with… though I feel it might be good to round them out some more before they venture out into the world proper.

pallanophblargh:

A little bit of non-pallanoph stuff before I get back to it.

These are as sparkly as I dare go when it comes to critter design. Because I just can’t. I’ll explain later, I’m sure. They’ve become more solid over the many years I’ve experimented with them, which is what I wanted. 

I am still debating whether or not they inhabit the same alternate earth that the pallanophs call home. They still need a lot of background thought put into them, that’s for sure! Though they have received a tentative name (Ynderrog) from Charanty on dA a while back, and it’s pretty sure to stick with them for the foreseeable future.

Female on the left, male on the right. I’ve imagined the female’s horns to be lighter and finer, while still incredibly deadly sharp. Males are heavy and coarse and blunt, and are mostly just for slamming into other dudes. And… trees. I imagine the female is most likely to use her horns defensively, and to catch fruiting branches to graze on.

These were one of three species I was going to leave “open,” so to speak, for others to play around with… though I feel it might be good to round them out some more before they venture out into the world proper.

Text 24 Jul 1,157 notes

actionables:

when you die just before the checkpoint

image

Video 24 Jul 487 notes

thingsfittingperfectlyintothings:

rock + fox skull

(fit found by thecaptainhanna)

(Source: thecaptainhanna)

Photo 24 Jul 748 notes zerotation:

inking in photoshop and suddenly it’s like i’m a completely different artist

zerotation:

inking in photoshop and suddenly it’s like i’m a completely different artist

Audio 24 Jul 157 notes

markjl:

100 Day Song Challenge: 08. A song that calms you down.
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Photo 24 Jul 862 notes madqueenmomo:

Vinegar Ryan also goes well with Salads.

madqueenmomo:

Vinegar Ryan also goes well with Salads.

Photo 24 Jul 325,739 notes ludicrouscupcake:

broimhereforthemusic:

this cat looks stoked as hell

thats just
thats just butter in a hotdog bun

ludicrouscupcake:

broimhereforthemusic:

this cat looks stoked as hell

thats just

thats just butter in a hotdog bun

(Source: neopiacentral)

Text 24 Jul 7 notes
Video 24 Jul 215 notes

melsephant:

I’ve been playing cat simulator lately and it’s pretty fun


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