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siminiblocker:

You’ve gotten to me, Tumblr. 
Today’s warm-up, done mostly while testing out some of Kyle T. Webster’s new drawing brush set, specifically the Bone Dry Brush, which I love.

siminiblocker:

You’ve gotten to me, Tumblr. 

Today’s warm-up, done mostly while testing out some of Kyle T. Webster’s new drawing brush set, specifically the Bone Dry Brush, which I love.

— 1 week ago with 124 notes
victorialeecarlson:

warm springs, oregon - march 2013 || victoria carlson

victorialeecarlson:

warm springs, oregon - march 2013 || victoria carlson

— 1 week ago with 16 notes
siminiblocker:

Happy Spring! Well. Supposedly spring. I’m sitting here in several layers plus a blanket, but spring approaches.
Dress drawn from this dress. Related, omgthatdress is a fantastic reference/inspiration blog. I want to draw it all!
Print available here!

siminiblocker:

Happy Spring! Well. Supposedly spring. I’m sitting here in several layers plus a blanket, but spring approaches.

Dress drawn from this dress. Related, omgthatdress is a fantastic reference/inspiration blog. I want to draw it all!

Print available here!

— 1 week ago with 6994 notes

hermiddlenamewasboom:

New York City - by: SamAlive

Oh my lord

(Source: WOLVERXNE, via burdies)

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diaemyung:

That was the first time and last time that I behave flippantly to mother.

— 2 weeks ago with 1728 notes

The Major Olympians + their animals and/or symbols

(Source: tanaquil, via ohcavill)

— 2 weeks ago with 6723 notes
mutantlexi:

emillerz:

espressobean:

I was playing badminton yesterday and all I could think about was this stupid gif.


I’ll freely admit… this is one of the greatest gifs, ever.

mutantlexi:

emillerz:

espressobean:

I was playing badminton yesterday and all I could think about was this stupid gif.

I’ll freely admit… this is one of the greatest gifs, ever.

(Source: seigneurruei)

— 2 weeks ago with 208302 notes

magictransistor:

Ernst Haeckel’s “tree of life”, Darwin’s metaphorical description of the pattern of universal common descent made literal by his greatest popularizer in the German scientific world. This is the English version of Ernst Haeckel’s tree from the The Evolution of Man (Published 1879), one of several depictions of a tree of life by Haeckel. “Man” is at the crown of the tree; for Haeckel, as for many early evolutionists, humans were considered the pinnacle of evolution.

Stammbaum der Coelenteraten oder Acalephen (Zoophyten), 1866 ed.

(Source: longstreet.typepad.com)

— 2 weeks ago with 83 notes