30 day book challenge

WITCHY ART CHALLENGE  ✨ 🌘🔮

Summer is coming and here is for you, all witch artist/writer of this world, a Challenge with only witchy stuff to draw or write about! You can do whatever you want with it, whenever you want! It’s just a list of witches I really wanted to design and bring to my story or I really wanted to draw just for fun~ 

You can mix it with some color palette meme found on the web, there is a lot of it around deviantart and Tumblr! It doesn’t have to be done in the order, you can just reblog it and ask to you followers to suggest you some of these! And you can suggest me some of these too! I’ll do it in July or August anyway ;D

This is a character design challenge~ You can do anything, any body type, any skin color, any disability, any religion or any gender you want, it’s totally free, so be creative ♥ That’s the only thing that counts! 

Lots of love *:・゚✧

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30 days book challenge » Day 1 -best book you read last year

Richard Bachman/Stephen King “the Long Walk”

I can’t believe it took me so long to read this book. I think I found my favorite King so far. It’s not even horror, it’s tragedy. It’s the story of 99 suicides, a metaphor for life, in my opinion, and the gap between death wish and the concrete reality of death. I started reading it like a criticism toward the passivity of an audience, but it was so much more! I could babble all night about this book, but the fact is, it’s the kind of book to be read and most of all felt. “You don’t know, said McVries. You’re dying and you don’t know why

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Day 3: Out of the book 📚🖋 @saltwaterwitchery 30 days of witchcraft

 (Left) Kinara’s BOS @lovely-amethyst-witch , Moon Phase Meaning Page

(Right) Nessa’s Grimoire @mai-muse, Meditation for Beginners Page

“Odd how even in the face of tragedy, there are often such wonders–such miracles–to be found.”
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Nightcrawler

Day 23: Favorite Superhero

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30 day AU challenge: 17. Plot of your favourite book

“What I thought was that if you—maybe just once a year—if we could come here at the same time, just for an hour or something, then we could pretend we were close again—because we would be close, if you sat here and I sat just here in my world…"

“Yes, as long as I live, I’ll come back. Wherever I am in the world, I’ll come back here—”

“On Midsummer Day, at midday. As long as I live.”

"And if we—later on— if we meet someone that we like, and if we marry them, then we must be good to them, and not make comparisons all the time and wish we were married to each other instead… But just keep up this coming here once a year, just for an hour, just to be together…”

“I will love you forever, whatever happens. Till I die and after I die, and when I find my way out of the land of the dead, I’ll drift about forever, all my atoms, till I find you again…”

“And when we do find each other again, we’ll cling together so tight that nothing and no one will ever tear us apart. Every atom of me and every atom of you…”

*Phillip Pullman, His Dark Materials

I love His Dark Materials so much! I can’t wait to read the continuation <3  It’s one of the most beautiful stories and that damned last bit always makes me cry uncontrollably. I just can’t deal with the angst. I couldn’t decide which part of this conversation is more beautiful (meaning: makes me cry harder) so I’ve put both. I am literally in tears as I am writing this, omg…

I could really go for HDM AU that doesn’t necessarily follow the plot. Kingsman with daemons and witches and armoured bears I mean… I need it. Imagine last Kingsman test would be to go through Separation with their daemons… I have so many headcanons for that haha. I would love to make sense out of all of them one day.

Also, my cintiq is making me so angry recently. The colours are so messed up?? I have to balance them out on another screen and they are never correct. I’m so fed up with my art looking like poop after so much work ;__;

28 May 2017 - the best advice anyone has ever given me

A very quick graphic that I made of a quote from a recent favourite book: “The Handmaid’s Tale” by Margaret Atwood. I read it last year and I can’t tell you how many times this advice has already helped me be the best version of myself.

I’m doing @hayley-studies30 day studyblr challenge with @linguistudies and @logvnana! Make sure to check out their posts too :)