Posted 4 hours ago

new page up for the webcomic, Bones of the Wild Man!

cause im lazy and forgot to do it till last minute… so sleepy…

Posted 4 hours ago


admin-fritz said: -climbs in with you because im supposed to be doing comics and im too tired-

//everything sucks right now bleh


Posted 5 hours ago

You’re just gonna keep on liking my shit, arent you?

Posted 6 hours ago

//the fact that you liked that made me laugh way harder than I should have. I really should go to bed but i didn’t do a comic page that’s due tomorrow and now im off to get cracked out on caffeen wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

Posted 6 hours ago

//I see you liking my shit, Da Vinci. I see you.

Posted 6 hours ago


AHEM. Finished Mim’s face, for now. It looks better irl, this was just a quick shot with my phone. I really hope that by the end of this he’ll still look like his warm and awesome self, cause I know im going to touch up his face some more… so many layers already… oish…

Posted 16 hours ago

Ive never been intimidated by a painting before, but this one has done it. I haven’t touched Mim’s painting in months, mostly cause im scared of messing it up. Im gonna try to today though… wish me luck!

Posted 16 hours ago

Finally getting around to painting MiM’s portrait. Should be pleasantly messy.

Posted 19 hours ago






And the Waltz Goes On - Anthony Hopkins 

Sir Anthony Hopkins Hears The Waltz He Wrote 50 Years Ago For The First Time

Academy Award-winning actor Sir Anthony Hopkins was a musician before he got into acting. 50 years ago he wrote a waltz but was too afraid to ever hear it play. Dutch violinist André Rieu performs it for the very first time. Watch Hopkins’ reaction.

That was beautiful

I cried a few tears and felt better about humanity’s endeavors.

Can you imagine if he had released this and never acted?

André Rieu is one of the few good things about my country.

Posted 1 day ago


Once they had left, the Tsarina picked up the tea and the table the General had knocked over. “You’ve changed, Kosmotis, and I fear it is not for better.”

The General scowls, “And you find it surprising?”

"I find it worrying. You have suffered a great tragedy, and I know-"

"What do you know?! You’ve never lost a child!"

And I pray to the heavens I never do!” She shouted back, startling the General. He sat down, putting his face in his hands. He had not meant to loose his temper, but seeing the Tsar leave with his own child had stung.

"Nor do I…" he whispers softly. The Tsarina knelt down and pulled his hands into her’s.

"I know this is hard for you, and this wound is fresh, which is why we want you to stop and rest, let yourself be at ease before you do anything rash." The general pulled her hand away. 

"I know you mean well, but I cannot." His replied with a defiance he knew he could only show in private. She sighed, standing up fully. 

"I do not wish to order you."

"Then don’t."

Gah sorry I’ve been so bloody inactive on this account. I can barely play on my other ones cause I keep getting distracted in rl. 

Anyway this is an excerpt from something I’ll most likely never flesh out into being, so you get this cute little picture. I really doubt this happens often, seeing as both parties tend to do things their own way.