papercrow:

commission for orisoni of her inquisitor, grace, and cole. 

papercrow:

commission for orisoni of her inquisitor, grace, and cole. 

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alittlepieceofuniverse:

Futuristic/Cyberpunk Fashion V

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littleulvar:

I officially have no life and I don’t mind.

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steampunktendencies:

Goetz Palace

The palace and park Goetz Okocimskich is located very close to the brewery Okocimski, founded in 1845 by a German who came to John the Evangelist Goetz (1815-1893). It was built in 1898 by his son John Albin Goetz Okocimski (1864-1931).


This place is the end of all things. And the beginning.

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jesus-of-suburbiaa:

tennants-hair:

fangirlamy:

consultingtimekhaleesi:


Blood bounces quite strikingly on snow not only because of the obvious color/contrast discrepancy, but the large difference in temperatures.

Another post to add to the list of “I swear I’m not a serial killer, just a writer”

I’m not even a writer and this is awesome. 

I’m not even a serial killer and I love this

I am a serial killer and I love this

jesus-of-suburbiaa:

tennants-hair:

fangirlamy:

consultingtimekhaleesi:

Blood bounces quite strikingly on snow not only because of the obvious color/contrast discrepancy, but the large difference in temperatures.

Another post to add to the list of “I swear I’m not a serial killer, just a writer”

I’m not even a writer and this is awesome. 

I’m not even a serial killer and I love this

I am a serial killer and I love this

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pavlovianmachinery:

Cave bear (Ursus spelaeus)

pavlovianmachinery:

Cave bear (Ursus spelaeus)

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The Princess and the Frog concept art, by Armand Baltazar.

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erikkwakkel:

Whale doodles

This post celebrates the birthday of Herman Melville, author of Moby Dick, who was born on 1 August 1819. When he wrote his book, in 1851, whales were an important commodity, for example for fuelling lamps (an astonishing 300,000 whales were caught between 1835 and 1872 alone). While I am against whaling, there is a fascinating book-historical dynamic to this 19th-century tradition: the captains of whaling vessels kept detailed logbooks, the pages of which are sometimes decorated with charming images. They are doodles, really, entertaining rather than functional. The sample above, taken from digital material made available by the Providence Public Library, shows a pod of inky whales swimming across the page of a daily log (top), a tiny bottle illustrating a post on the consumption of alcohol on board (middle), and a row of whales next to the catch of different vessels (bottom). The images present a peculiar contrast between artistic charm and the bloody events that sparked their creation.

Want to know more about these great little books? Here are some digitized items which you can help to transcribe; here are a whole lot of digitized microfilms of whaling logbooks. Here are PDFs of the famous Nicholson collection of logbooks.

Pics: Providence Public Library, Nicholson collection, log of the Catherine, 1854-1856 (lower pic); Bottle detail from this tweet; Top image from this blog. The library keeps a great blog, here.

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frednought:

Started out as playing with Naishe’s possible appearances in Inquisition and beyond, turned into sad Calling feels.  I’ve got some headcanon that needs venting but I think I’ll wait a bit and draw something for it.

Anyone else have ideas about their Wardens’ Callings?  I’m in the mood for some angst right now, apparently.

deviantART

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choco-minto:

Describe Dragon Age 2 in one sentence.

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steampunktendencies:

Hannibal steampunk AU fanfic - is893

steampunktendencies:

Hannibal steampunk AU fanfic - is893


The Evil Within + loading images

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