Sam(antha)
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Lazy Wet Thursday Without the Metaphors

Put a request in my inbox for something you’d like me to draw, and I’ll try and do it and then post it.

I think I feel so off because I haven’t been creative/created something in weeks, and I haven’t drawn anything for fun in ages.

If you have a request for something you’d like me to draw, stick it in my inbox and I’ll try and comply/post it when it’s done.

I’m gonna run out and grab some plain paper and crayons, I’m all inspired now.

yuki-mekishiko answered your question: Hmph.
you draw as well??? you keep gaining more and more awesome points.

Mmhm! Check under the Read More cut for some things I’ve drawn that are currently up on Tumblr:

Read More

I love this graphic novel.

I mean, it’s literally me if I were illustrated: Same name, same nose, same hair, same face, and I have a lot in common with the character’s interests/attitude.

Weird stuff, man. Awesomely weird, though.

Mathilda: “Is life always this hard, or is it just when you’re a kid?”
Léon: “Always like this.”

Mathilda: “Is life always this hard, or is it just when you’re a kid?”

Léon: “Always like this.”

"Suddenly, Seymour…is standin’ beside me…
He don’t give me orders, he don’t condescend!”

Audrey from Little Shop of Horrors. I drew this because I felt like it.

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"Suddenly, Seymour…is standin’ beside me…

He don’t give me orders, he don’t condescend!”


Audrey from Little Shop of Horrors. I drew this because I felt like it.

archiemcphee:

“Over the centuries, the high seas have served as a blank canvas for cartographers’ worst nightmares. They have dotted the oceans with a whole crypto-zoo of island-sized whales, deathly seductive mermaids, giant sea serpents, and many more - a whole panoply of heraldic horrors.As varied as this marine bestiary is, mapmakers have settled on a single, favourite species for land-based beastliness: the octopus.”
[via The Presurfer]
(click the image to learn more about the history of mapmakers and the land octopus)

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archiemcphee:

“Over the centuries, the high seas have served as a blank canvas for cartographers’ worst nightmares. They have dotted the oceans with a whole crypto-zoo of island-sized whales, deathly seductive mermaids, giant sea serpents, and many more - a whole panoply of heraldic horrors.

As varied as this marine bestiary is, mapmakers have settled on a single, favourite species for land-based beastliness: the octopus.”

[via The Presurfer]

(click the image to learn more about the history of mapmakers and the land octopus)