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fuckyeahfoxfriends:

This may be the most beautiful fox I’ve ever seen

fuckyeahfoxfriends:

This may be the most beautiful fox I’ve ever seen

draikinator:

i woke up this morning and thought of this and had to wait all day to draw it

nargyle:

Happy month of Inktober! Starting things off with ghost horses #inktober #crazyflush

nargyle:

Happy month of Inktober! Starting things off with ghost horses #inktober #crazyflush

uwaaaah:

#this comic went places

omidtheamnesiacender:

axemurderercreighton:

kbearart:

totally-not-luke:

kbearart:

ophibell:

kbearart:

totally-not-luke:

Your flesh will decay

Your mind will fade

But you will never die

Wait did this trailer really shoe the Bearer of the Curse battling several Creightons?

Attack of the Croutons

Is that what a herd of Creightons is called?

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Yes

Is a large grouping of Croutons known as a salad?

Yes. A crouton salad, to be exact.

U WOT? 

((Pate, you should start running now))

IT’S THE

CREIGHTOPOCALYPSE

tripleship:

I’ve been drawing this face for years. 

tripleship:

I’ve been drawing this face for years. 

the-nap-king:

My whole life has been a lie

the-nap-king:

My whole life has been a lie

wahrsager:

ziarenete13x:

So for the past couple days I’ve gone over to lithefider ‘s after work to carve out these motherfuckers, using the same general method as I used for the bracer - only for the most part I spent 16 hours carving the buckle down from a thick layer of clay, instead of adding things on top to blend in. (The 22 tiny spirals and the 14 bars were additions.) I sliced the hidden blade down with an x-acto knife and then added the embossed designs on it. It’s the exact dimensions to fit into the movable parts that I will be adding to the costume for Magfest! The buckle for the shoulder piece is a complicated domed mandala that wahrsager was kind enough to draw out for me, so I could copy it onto a negative mold.

These are all ready to bake and paint for tomorrow night!

OH MY GRAVY!!! THEY LOOK AMAZIIIIIIIING

asylum-art:

Richard Shilling's Land Art

Art Blog

richard shilling makes art using only that which he finds in nature - broken twigs, fallen leaves, mud, tree sap, torn bark - and returns it in creations he ‘leaves’ for others to find.

Land artists take naturally occurring materials in the wild and rearrange them into works of art. That’s what Richard Shilling does, using no glue, string, or any other materials. You can see some prime examples of his ingenuity at the link. Shilling makes excellent use of translucent leaves, flexible stems, and stones to make effective sculptures. The wind often sweeps away his works within minutes of completion, but that’s okay with Shilling because it is an affirmation of the transient nature of life.

Thanks to nubbsgalore for this post and thanks for the talent of this Great Sculptor of Nature: richard shilling