MJ

“I want to taste dark water and see crackling trees and wild winds.”
egon schiele (via mercurieux, blushing) (via augustustrops) (via apollofasting)
Anonymous said:
Do you think your boyfriend is your soulmate?

I don’t believe in soulmates. I don’t even really believe in the soul, tbh.

I think the bf and I go really well together. And right now, I have every intention and every hope to spend the rest of my life with him. That’s about all I need to know.

Finally back into the world of unlimited bandwidth. Had a few days to relax in the countryside; days filled with artisan fairs, walks in the woods, BBQs, and many boyfriend cuddles. :D

Have you read "The Eleventh Hour" by Bellobelle? Its merthur and its incredible.

I haven’t! But thank you so much for the rec. I’ve bookmarked it :D

(for those interested, it’s here)

shaburdies:

Senshi Study Sesh!

This was the piece I submitted to the Meatball Head Sailor Moon art show in LA at Meltdown Comics! The show was this past weekend and was curated by the wonderful Nico Colaleo, who had a bunch of amazing artists in the industry contribute to the show! I heard that it was a blast, and wish I could have been able to make it.

So many thanks to my friends Gyimah, Ben and Scott for helping me out! I have much to learn, but was eager to try something new with environment, perspective, and colours. The colours have been tweaked since, but otherwise the drawing is the same :)

I’ll post some close ups later! Enjoy!

kingslandlng:

Mythology meme - Hecate 

       Hecate (Hekate - Greek mythological origin) is the mother goddess of witchcraft and rules over the earth, heavens, and underworld. Often depicted as a woman holding two torches, she wears a long gown and is accompanied by her familiar, a she-dog. Hecate is also associated with the crossroads, and governs over the moon, light, necromancy, and sorcery.

kingslandlng:

Mythology meme - Hecate 

       Hecate (Hekate - Greek mythological origin) is the mother goddess of witchcraft and rules over the earth, heavens, and underworld. Often depicted as a woman holding two torches, she wears a long gown and is accompanied by her familiar, a she-dog. Hecate is also associated with the crossroads, and governs over the moon, light, necromancy, and sorcery.