...woof

taracynara:

rainonsand:

perfection

this is terrifying in the most awesome of ways.

drawing something from a reoccurring nightmare i use to have as a kid„its kinda silly thinking about it now but ill chuck up the sketch when i get the proportions right..

but its pretty much just a giant, blind, mutant rat that uses normal sized rats to hunt you down in an abandoned  multi-level car park,and you had to hide in cars, making sure you don’t set the alarms off so you could escape.

(´・ω・`) 

mmmellld:

extras in pokemon after my heart… I’m calling this dude from the stone shop in lumiose city TUFF GUY and I want EVERYONE to draw him.

mmmellld:

extras in pokemon after my heart… I’m calling this dude from the stone shop in lumiose city TUFF GUY and I want EVERYONE to draw him.

cross-connect:

Goblin Spider by Forest Rogers

Goblin Spider was inspired by a folktale and traditional Japanese ukiyo-e prints. Elaborate hairpins made me think “legs,” of course. I also noticed that many beauties were depicted holding a bit of folded fabric or tissue in their mouths. This was a come-hither symbol, sufficiently demure to get past court censors but widely understood as erotic (don’t attempt it with Bounty Duratowel — it loses in translation). Thus, mouse in mouth. 

via Muddy colours

Posted to Cross Connect by Andrew

GUYS, I FIGURED IT OUT

saunteringsnake:

Seriously, I figured out what the fuck is up with Jotaro’s hair-hat, and am now hitting myself with how mind bogglingly simple it was

No, it’s not missing the back end. It’s not part of his hair either. Here, let me explain.

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kilomonster:

It’s a hellcat.

kilomonster:

It’s a hellcat.

kilomonster:


The bully-folk exist mostly because I wanted a race that was similar to dwarves, but not quite dwarves. IDK. I was never good at being original.

kilomonster:

The bully-folk exist mostly because I wanted a race that was similar to dwarves, but not quite dwarves. IDK. I was never good at being original.

kilomonster:

I’m not sure how to go about doing the scales on this guy’s body. Finding a balance in the degree of detail without cluttering the picture is always something I have to wrestle with.

kilomonster:

I’m not sure how to go about doing the scales on this guy’s body. Finding a balance in the degree of detail without cluttering the picture is always something I have to wrestle with.

kilomonster:

I need to work on my woofs though…

kilomonster:

I need to work on my woofs though…