so today on facebook some girl was showing respect to nelson mandela. She began by saying that he was an incredible figure and may he rest in peace and i was like yeah man but then she went off saying that people mourn all these celebrity deaths when they dont mourn the important people like…
Scenes from my family’s pilgrimage to Mandela’s house last night.
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A remake of my original debut found HERE
aww, this is so cute! Thank you! <3
Drew this in mid February. It’s based on an old story from Dwarf Fortress.
A dwarf became rather moody and began work on a mysterious construction. He would soon complete an artifact floodgate, and would carry it around the fortress with him.
There was an engraving on the floodgate as well, depicting a dwarf getting killed by an elephant.
Strange enough, yeah?
But no. Years later, this floodgate was slowing down the dwarf so much, he was unable to escape from the local wildlife.
An elephant slaughtered the poor fool.
He basically foretold his own demise on his artifact, his one in a lifetime masterpiece.
I love Dwarf Fortress.
OM LOM OM LOM
Always looking for the sunniest window sill :)
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I was never a fan of the Littlest Pet Shop—never had the toys as a kid or anything, never got into the show, etc. But, seriously, though, Zoe Trent is the cutest fucking thing!
She looks like a love child between Twilight Sparkle from MLP and Brainy Barker from “Krypto: The Superdog”
Anyway, messing with this new idea where I sketch out a drawing on one piece of paper and trace over it. I know a lot of artists already use these method, but usually if I plan to ink anything I just trace over the original pencil sketch. However, I like this method, too, since it helps keep some of personality intact from the pen sketch and if the first tracing doesn’t turn out so well the original sketch is there to trace over again.