hi hetalia fandom its been a while
heres a bonnefoy looking creepy and sly while shirtless, because i wanted to draw chest hair and i didnt want to draw clothes. idk
Pretty much everyone’s face.
Bury me in this.
Get buried in this, get found by archeologists ten thousand years later, get presumed some kind of monarch or holy figure.
Hey guys, I have a big box of 1000 peacock feathers, it’s probably enough to do this.
shout out to the people who never unfollow me for some reason even when i never post anything relevant to their interests
who needs swag when you have class
I THINK I LOST A FOLLOWER FOR THIS
THE FUCK DO YOU HAVE AGAINST CLASSICAL MUSIC I’LL RAM MY TROMBONE SO FAR UP YOUR HOOHAH WHEN SOMEONE EATS YOU OUT THEY’LL BE ABLE TO PLAY THE SOLO FROM SIBELIUS’S SYMPHONY IN C
i need this framed on my wall
Ludwig Rösch (Austrian, 1865-1936), Die Pilgramkanzel in St. Stephan. Pastel on paper, 65 x 52 cm.
headcaon that prussia texts the other nations puns at 3am
who deleted my caption off this? the entire point of me taking this picture was to point out the pretentiousness at my school and without the caption its just a pretentious picture…. whatever if yall want it like this take it i hope it gets featured on every pale and photo blog there is but just know that i took this picture while i was pooping
There are a lot of speculative fiction writers out there working hard to create their own fictional worlds, with imagined histories, cultures and worlds. And that’s awesome! But what a lot of writers find intimidating is coming up with unique names for all of their characters and settings.
You could, of course, come up with a conlang. But making up a whole new language sounds so hard! Well, what if i told you it doesn’t have to be?
I’ve made a lot of conlangs in my time, and below is my simple method for making quick and useable conlangs.
Interiors of the Winter Palace, The Boudoir of Empress Maria Alexandrovna, 1861 by Eduard Hau (German-Estonian painter, 1807—1888)