Who does not love the sweet, gentle scent of lavender?
Loz sketches and one Byleth~~
October 29th, 2020
Me: gets haircut
Me: wants to draw new icon for social media because of new haircut
Also me: is having a hilarious amount of trouble drawing myself with my new haircut
Tis the struggle of shorter hair ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
text credit @ess_trainor (via twitter)
Pebo is going to have a crazy day today so here is another throwback paper puppet. Please, like, share, and comment. We super appreciate it.
hiiiiii, yeah I’m still alive ✋😌
here is some photography/digital art I did for a class I’m taking right now!!
I hope everyone is well 🥺 I miss posting on tumblr so I want to start up again 🥺💝
life has been, a challenge to say the least. schools just shut down for a while so online school has been a go. I’m like, ahahaha, kinda falling in love too which has been like, super nice hehe 🥰 I want to post more of my art so I will try to do that in the next couple of days!!
if anyone is struggling right now or needs some reassurance, please read ahead:
I know how hard it can be to exist, how lonely it can feel, how scary it can feel. but I want you to know that I am right there with you and always will be. and I’m really proud of you, and of us. for existing even when we didn’t want to, for getting through the hard nights, for b r e a t h i n g.
we’re really out here doing that, and I’m proud of us.
please remember that you deserve happiness and if no one has told you in a while, you’re doing a really great job 💖💖
okay :) that’s all from me today. i miss tumblr. I’ll see you guys soon 😌
Shoes. Day 29. Inktober2020
Float. Day 28. Inktober2020
View of the neighborhood from the window 🏡
Local mad scientist twink establishes build-a-boy workshop.
Legendary birds found exclusively on the island of Shikoku, tucked away within the mountains of Ehime.
These yokai are roughly the size of turkeys but shaped like chickens.
They tend to prefer being distanced from humans, only leaving the safety of their bamboo groves and venturing into villages to feed on charred wood and the remains of bonfires.
The sacred fire that flows from their beaks is actually their breath yet it does not give off heat.
When excited or pleased they flap their wings creating a ‘basabasa’ sound which is where their name originates.