the-tesseract-wrinkling-time:

Everlark grows back together- a study of hand anatomy and shading.
For hutchhitched. Thank you for all your support, darling.
I’ve never seen this done quite like this, so I figured I’d give it a unique spin.
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the-tesseract-wrinkling-time:

Everlark grows back together- a study of hand anatomy and shading.
For hutchhitched. Thank you for all your support, darling.
I’ve never seen this done quite like this, so I figured I’d give it a unique spin.
ZoomInfo
the-tesseract-wrinkling-time:

Everlark grows back together- a study of hand anatomy and shading.
For hutchhitched. Thank you for all your support, darling.
I’ve never seen this done quite like this, so I figured I’d give it a unique spin.
ZoomInfo
the-tesseract-wrinkling-time:

Everlark grows back together- a study of hand anatomy and shading.
For hutchhitched. Thank you for all your support, darling.
I’ve never seen this done quite like this, so I figured I’d give it a unique spin.
ZoomInfo
the-tesseract-wrinkling-time:

Everlark grows back together- a study of hand anatomy and shading.
For hutchhitched. Thank you for all your support, darling.
I’ve never seen this done quite like this, so I figured I’d give it a unique spin.
ZoomInfo
the-tesseract-wrinkling-time:

Everlark grows back together- a study of hand anatomy and shading.
For hutchhitched. Thank you for all your support, darling.
I’ve never seen this done quite like this, so I figured I’d give it a unique spin.
ZoomInfo

the-tesseract-wrinkling-time:

Everlark grows back together- a study of hand anatomy and shading.

For . Thank you for all your support, darling.

I’ve never seen this done quite like this, so I figured I’d give it a unique spin.

mariamagnolia7:

Alfredas Jurevicius

"He tucks me in and says good night but I catch his hand and hold him there…I want him to climb in with me, to be there when the nightmares hit tonight. For some reason that I can’t quite form, I know I’m not allowed to ask that.

"Don’t go yet. Not until I fall asleep," I say.

Peeta sits on the side of the bed, warming my hand in both of his.”

- Catching Fire, Chapter 11

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Armed with the eyesight of slender wasps,
sucking at the earth’s axis, the earth’s axis,
I feel everything that ever happened to me,
And I memorize it, but it’s all in vain.

I don’t draw and I don’t sing,
and I don’t play the violin with a black-voiced bow.
I drive my sting only into life, and love
to envy the powerful, cunning wasps.

Oh, if I could be compelled
by the sting of the air and the summer warmth
to pass through the worlds of dream and death,
to sense the earth’s axis, the earth’s axis…

“Eyesight of Wasps” by Osip Mandelstam, translated from Russian by Richard & Elizabeth McKane.

Peeta’s hijacking, anyone?

"My mother’s not coming back."

"No," he says. He pulls an envelope from his jacket pocket and hands it to me. I examine the delicate, perfectly formed writing…My finger traces the graceful swoop of the letters.

"You know why she can’t come back." Yes, I know why. Because between my father and Prim and the ashes, the place is too painful to bear. But apparently not for me."

- Mockingjay, Chapter 27

(Source: yournaoko)

ghtlovesthg:

If the Capitol made a movie of how the star-crossed lovers met, this would be the poster. In true Capitol fashion, instead of portraying her first interaction with Peeta as the dire, near-death experience it was, they’ve reduced it into an insipid “meet-cute.” They’ve glossed over her hunger and his pain, maturing and beautifying Katniss, then adding Buttercup for comic relief. The title trivializes the life-giving aspect of the bread, treating it as a conventional meal. Romance is the only focus, none is on the unsettling implications a starving girl and battered boy have on the state of Panem.

My submission for Day 4 of PiP Round 3 - Iconic Movie Posters.

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Up until summer, work’s a bummer…

Hello, lovelies. I haven’t been too active as of late, and I wanted to explain why. My current job is in the wedding/formal events business, so I am now firmly in the height of our busy season (March - October, but especially April - June). I’ll be working a lot of overtime for a couple of months(and recharging with naps in my free time), and I’m afraid this blog is going to suffer from it for a little while. :\

I’m going to try and keep working on side projects(at a snail’s pace) and I’ve been assembling a queue of slightly interesting tidbits for just this purpose, but it’s not going to be terribly frequent, so I just wanted to acknowledge that fact. I’m really excited for when it’s over, because there are so many things I want to write/draw/make, and I’m eager to get to them!

And for amusement’s sake, my workplace currently looks like this. (From Safety Last, a Harold Lloyd silent masterpiece - the pertinent scene goes from where I linked to 30:19, roughly three minutes). ;D