Everyone please look at my dragon son, Rhoeas

Dragons were never my forte, so I had to gijinka him.

He is a total mama’s boy, and helps his dad with taking care of the hatchlings. He’s surprisingly low maintenance, very polite, and super social. A parents dream come true really. He helps fix whatever social disaster his older sister, Kinno, causes.   


I finally got my tablet to start working on this computer, phew…

Also, I am SetraGale on Flight Rising!

^ flowers (some actually are poppies) (damn you Tumblr why do you hate landscape drawings)

Ah, this was fun. :D Some shippy Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure #5 (Vento Aureo) fanart (Bruno/Giorno), for gyolove, who draws gorgeous Jojo fanart that y’all should check out, even if you’re not familiar with the series in fact, and loves this pair. 

Kisses somewhere between the cheek and corner of the mouth + accidentally turning your kissing friend’s shirt into a flowering vine, because Giorno’s stand powers are delightful. (although you probably would want to treat that little vine very gingerly and not, uh, inadvertently squash any part of it)

(If you want to know what the flowers/trees are:

Papaver rhoeas

Lavandula angustifolia

Calendula arvensis

Passiflora caerulea

Cupressus sempervirens


Three stages of the a Common Poppy (Papaver rhoeas):

bud, flower and fruit (capsule). The species, which grows up to 70 cm (28 in) in height, has large showy flowers which measure 50 to 100 mm (2.0 to 3.9 in). The flower stem is usually covered with coarse hairs that are held at right angles to the surface. The later capsules are hairless, obovoid in shape, and less than twice as tall as they are wide, with a stigma at least as wide as the capsule.

Poppies are soil seed bank plants which germinate when the soil is disturbed. After the extensive ground disturbance caused by the fighting in World War I, poppies bloomed in between the trench lines and no man’s lands on the Western Front. They have since become commonly used in western countries on and before Remembrance Day each year, as a symbol of remembrance.

Photograph: Alvesgaspar

(via: Wikipedia)