"hahah thems the rules kiss my ass nerds"
im sorry for making all of these comics one after the other i’m gonna make one more and have a break i swear lmao
Yashica 124G, Mundare, Alberta.
Extra image from Out West Project.
Book available here: Out West
fyi made a separate side blog for flight rising stuff.
i feel bad about annoying folks with sales and the like on my main, so that sort of stuff will be over there.
russia’s lake baikal, the world’s oldest, largest and deepest freshwater lake, freezes over for half the year, creating the clear, turquoise ice seen in these photos by (click pic) alexey kharitonov, alexey trofimov, santorifoto, valery chernodedov and dmitriy sharov. (see also: more russia and lake baikal posts)
Here, have some utterly fantastic beauty. Clearly we need it about now.
Love pictures like this.
dice by kait kybar
Sparrow Volume 1: Ashley Wood
Illustrator Sunday: J.C. Leyendecker (Part Two)
I took your silence as ‘no one would mind’.
Scanned from the Culter & Culter J.C. Leyendecker book.
"The device, worn around one’s wrist, works essentially like two extra fingers adjacent to the pinky and thumb. The robot, which the researchers have dubbed "supernumerary robotic fingers," or "SR fingers," consists of actuators linked together to exert forces as strong as those of human fingers during a grasping motion."
Robot tech, YES.
This is actually the seed pod of a Banksia, a kind of Australian shrub. This picture is a great because it shows how important fire is to the plant (that black is not its natural color). Fire stimulates those “singing” follicles to pop open and release the seeds so they can germinate.
I still want to put googly eyes on it…
Of COURSE Australia has a plant that requires it to CATCH FIRE in order to germinate.
Australia also has trees that spontaneously combust. And another that sheds hair with an unbearably painful toxin that lasts for years.
Redwoods also require fire to germinate. Fire is avtually a pretty big factor in the health of many plants, which is why in a lot of places controlled burns are started to give the plants what they need without it turning into a deadly wildfire.
Did a fun little illustration for “Furries Forever” awhile ago… it’s been okayed to post it recently, so I am! :D
I also wrote a tutorial for the book, as well as several other artists! If you’re interested in that sort of thing, you should definitely check it out… we all worked hard on it! :D
Furries Forever <—- Newest one, aww yeah!
Draw More Furries <—- I also have a piece in this one!
Draw Furries <—- The original!
And of course, check out Lindsay Cibos’ gallery… she has a ton of great stuff! Cute polar bears everywhereeee!
Next up was the Chihuly Garden and Glass. Chihuly is an artist who works in blow glass. I’d never heard of him (mom says we went to a small exhibit at the Bronx botanical gardens when I was a kid), but his work is amazing. These are just some of the pieces in the indoor potion of the exhibit. All of these pieces are glass. Unreal.
Custrel —> Fesprey —> Aukite
Flying, Flying, Flying / Steel