electrictattoos:

Philip Yarnell

electrictattoos:

Philip Yarnell

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Tags: tattoos
oliviatheelf:

By EVMinuatures (Facebook)Posted by: Maleficent’s☾DaughterPlease don’t delete my sources/text from this photo!

oliviatheelf:

By EVMinuatures (Facebook)
Posted by: Maleficent’s☾Daughter
Please don’t delete my sources/text from this photo!

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forestferncreations:

buddhabrot:

Portland, Oregon: Pistils Nursery shot by Laura Dart

That wall hanging though. Unnnnf.

forestferncreations:

buddhabrot:

Portland, Oregon: Pistils Nursery shot by Laura Dart

That wall hanging though. Unnnnf.

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mydeadthingsdiary:

shadyufo:

Stuff and thangs.

This is a beautiful collection and display and I just

mydeadthingsdiary:

shadyufo:

Stuff and thangs.

This is a beautiful collection and display and I just

electricrain:

Gardens in showers appreciation post

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fuckyeahvintageillustration:

'The tailor of Gloucester' by Beatrix Potter. Published 1903 by Frederick Warne & Co., Ltd, London and New York.

Description: The story of a tailor whose work on a waistcoat is finished by the grateful mice he rescues from his cat.

See the complete book here.

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bluereverie:

New natural jewelry up in the shop!

https://www.etsy.com/shop/bluereverie

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iguanamouth:

another set of commissioned dragon hoards ! the cat hoarder and the kitten hoarder are best friends and sometimes let their charges meet for playdates 

(part one) (part two)

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Tags: dragon art

zoologicalpt:

And here is another weekly Quick Art Tip Tutorial. This time for proportions. If you’re really a beginner in this, it will be only with daily practice that you’ll see results in the future.

We are no art gurus, but we are happy to share with you our techniques, hoping it will help you in your arts!

If you could reblog and like our page we would really appreciate a lot! We would be very grateful. :)

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bluereverie:

This shows a few progress shots and the final necklace.  It started out as a piece I cut off from a cow lumbar vertebra.  I drew out the design on the bone, then carved it out and did a moss inlay.  I really enjoyed making this one, and you can buy it here! 

bluereverie:

This shows a few progress shots and the final necklace.  It started out as a piece I cut off from a cow lumbar vertebra.  I drew out the design on the bone, then carved it out and did a moss inlay.  I really enjoyed making this one, and you can buy it here

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