mt
April 16th
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eatsleepdraw:

Direwolf

eatsleepdraw:

Direwolf

April 16th
338,653 notes
April 15th
67 notes

blobbyjr:

Recently finished a project I’ve had in my head for a while. I think it turned out really well! The rough wasn’t that great, so I spent a lot of time cleaning it up, but it was worth it. Ahhh… I’m happy!

April 15th
409,119 notes

johannsebastianbitch:

You know whats fucking scary? The fact that I could literally change my life at any moment. I could stop talking to everyone that makes me unhappy. I could kiss whoever i want. I could shave my head or get on a plane or take my own life. Nothing is stopping me. The entire world is in my hands, and I have no idea what to do with it.

April 15th
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April 15th
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April 14th
83,537 notes

sosuperawesome:

Katie Vernon

April 14th
138,624 notes

mstrkrftz:

Mille, the Norwegian Forest Cat | Jane Bjerkli

April 14th
585 notes

He’s a liar.

He’s a liar.

April 14th
2,390 notes

Emilia Clarke for Marie Claire (May 2014)

April 14th
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April 14th
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nativeoregongingerhippie:

ejacu-latte:

thegreycatsby:

theamericankid:

These are cute.

IS THAT AN OTTER TEXTING A HEDGEHOG

The dino one is so cute

an otter texting a hedgehog about a failing date….

April 14th
16,433 notes
hadlais:

blatherversity:


[x]

Sea Slicks
Whenever there is an oil spill in the world’s oceans, a sea slick is “born”. Countless animals lose their lives to the thick, clinging clutches of oil, dying miserable, wretchedly drawn-out deaths. Sea slicks are born of the lost souls of those animals and the sludge that bound and choked the life from them. As such, sea slicks are always referred to as “they” and “them” rather than “it”, and it’s said that if you chance upon a sea slick near the surface, their soft, melancholy vocalisations carry the haunting remnants of sea birds and the whispers of shoals of fish.
Despite their fearsome appearances, they are very much docile creatures, preferring to near-constantly swim through the depths and the quiet of the sea they were robbed from. Sea slicks are amortal, being unable to die, as they were never truly what we would call “alive” to begin with. Over time, however, sea slicks do disintegrate, usually over the span of several years, losing pieces of semi-sentient oil to the surface waters.
Ambitious wixes track sea slicks to gather these pieces, as they make especially valuable, durable invisibility cloaks capable of protecting wearers from even the deadliest of spells.

I love this! Modern, industrial fantasy creatures. Wow, so cool!

hadlais:

blatherversity:

[x]

Sea Slicks

Whenever there is an oil spill in the world’s oceans, a sea slick is “born”. Countless animals lose their lives to the thick, clinging clutches of oil, dying miserable, wretchedly drawn-out deaths. Sea slicks are born of the lost souls of those animals and the sludge that bound and choked the life from them. As such, sea slicks are always referred to as “they” and “them” rather than “it”, and it’s said that if you chance upon a sea slick near the surface, their soft, melancholy vocalisations carry the haunting remnants of sea birds and the whispers of shoals of fish.

Despite their fearsome appearances, they are very much docile creatures, preferring to near-constantly swim through the depths and the quiet of the sea they were robbed from. Sea slicks are amortal, being unable to die, as they were never truly what we would call “alive” to begin with. Over time, however, sea slicks do disintegrate, usually over the span of several years, losing pieces of semi-sentient oil to the surface waters.

Ambitious wixes track sea slicks to gather these pieces, as they make especially valuable, durable invisibility cloaks capable of protecting wearers from even the deadliest of spells.

I love this! Modern, industrial fantasy creatures. Wow, so cool!

April 12th
63,529 notes

iguanamouth:

you are worth so much more than ashes

April 12th
1,921 notes
glitchinc:

Time travelers never sleep, 2014.

glitchinc:

Time travelers never sleep, 2014.