a little piece pocket sized heaven! ^_^
who can draw....

chase-me-charlie:

“My troubles are all over, and I am at home; and often before I am quite awake, I fancy I am still in the orchard at Birtwick, standing with my friends under the apple trees.” 

-Anna Sewell, “Black Beauty”

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unimpressedcats:

when the iPhone camera flips the selfie

unimpressedcats:

when the iPhone camera flips the selfie

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beriallxy:

Horrible Histories

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corpseairsmiler:

nowisthewinter:

Santa Muerte (Saint Death) aka Nuestra Señora de la Santa Muerte (Our lady of the Holy Death) aka la Flaca (The Skinny) aka la Madrina (The Godmother) aka la Huesuda (The Bone Lady)
I’ve been finding Santa Muerte pop up in Day of the Dead posts by mistake during the month of October. She has nothing to do with the Day of the Dead. Santa Muerte is a folk saint from Mexico and the South Western parts of the United States, Associated with death, some people believe she has ties to the Aztec goddess of death, Mictecacihuatl. (Which wouldn’t be all that uncommon for Christianity to come in and mix in with the local religions. Turning the regional gods into saints. We have seen this with the Irish goddess, Brigid, who became Saint Bridgett after Christianity came to the island.) 
Interesting enough, her biggest followers are drug cartels and victims of drug cartels. You can often see roadside shrines to her from where people were gunned down as a result from the drug wars. 

Nice art! Reminds me of Mignola a bit.

corpseairsmiler:

nowisthewinter:

Santa Muerte (Saint Death) aka Nuestra Señora de la Santa Muerte (Our lady of the Holy Death) aka la Flaca (The Skinny) aka la Madrina (The Godmother) aka la Huesuda (The Bone Lady)

I’ve been finding Santa Muerte pop up in Day of the Dead posts by mistake during the month of October. She has nothing to do with the Day of the Dead. Santa Muerte is a folk saint from Mexico and the South Western parts of the United States, Associated with death, some people believe she has ties to the Aztec goddess of death, Mictecacihuatl. (Which wouldn’t be all that uncommon for Christianity to come in and mix in with the local religions. Turning the regional gods into saints. We have seen this with the Irish goddess, Brigid, who became Saint Bridgett after Christianity came to the island.) 

Interesting enough, her biggest followers are drug cartels and victims of drug cartels. You can often see roadside shrines to her from where people were gunned down as a result from the drug wars. 

Nice art! Reminds me of Mignola a bit.

— 10 hours ago with 19 notes
galtenoble:

Not feeling inspired so I doodled hiccstrid

galtenoble:

Not feeling inspired so I doodled hiccstrid

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hollyoakhill:

I’m still trying to find out a good inking and/or shading technique for any eventual future projects. As of now I think the sniper doodle looks best.

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— 10 hours ago with 340 notes

make me choose;
anon asked: I Put a Spell on You or Romantic Journey.

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