If I was out walking in the woods and came across this I’d run like hell. Well, first I’d take a picture and then I’d run like hell.
I love these so much I almost want to write a whole mythology based on them.
I’ve always loved space and the planets. I’ve seen a few “human planets” sets done by other artists (I saw one in particular that inspired me to start this one but I lost the link) and most of them are pretty literal in the human department. I wanted to try making something more androgynous and godlike.
The colors are all based off the planets’ true colors, and the designs are a mix of the names’ mythos and Holst’s “The Planets” suite. They get progressively less human the further they are from the Sun, which I thought was fun. :) Enjoy!! Pluto included.
This is Dozer, our terrier mix, adopted about two and a half years ago as a six-month-old from the Helen Woodward animal shelter near San Diego.
I work at home and needed an office mate to keep me company, and Dozer was the friendliest dog at the shelter. He’d been at two other shelters previously, which is baffling, because he’s pretty much awesome in every way and we’ll never know why he was passed up for adoption. He hadn’t uttered a sound until the shelter office staff put his leash in my hand, and then, on the way to the car, he barked at a fake dog, two goats, and puppies.
He’s a butt-wagging nut, a fuzzy jerk, and my best buddy.
This is our amazing dog, who steals socks and hearts simultaneously. And yes, one ear stays up and one ear flops down.
My new writing cabin. I just need to find out where it is and make someone give it to me. I wonder what’s inside.
I miss Oracle.
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Sadly, the most realistic Superman ever.
the word “pochemuchka” pretty much literally translates to “why-guy” and i think that’s adorable
The other day somebody asked me what was the english for sobremesa and I couldn’t figure out what word to use, now I know why.
Coopered cabin near Luleå, Sweden. It’s made from a barrel once used to carry wine on a ship many years ago.