ad age


It’s magic, baby

Finally I can publish this :D The Dorian piece I was working on during the livestream. It’s been so long since I was able to paint something like this, I’m so happy this is done. 


[TianShan Week]

Day 5: AU

…Avatar: The Last Airbender alternative universe!

Even I don’t know what He Tian was injured by lol~

In this version, from the get-go, I knew the siblings were going to be from the Southern Water Tribe and Guan Shan was going to be a non-bender(an ex-Freedom Fighter and later finds out his mum is still alive and now currently living with her at Ba Sing Se, working at a family-run restaurant).

He Tian and Jian Yi were so much harder for me to decide… One could be the Avatar(but I thought it didn’t make much sense since both currently have living family), or both from Fire Nation, or something else– Then I realised, why am I thinking so hard about this? I’m not going to draw a whole lot about this universe! XD

So now Jian Yi is a waterbender(I guess he could be from the Northern Water Tribe), just to reinforce the “waterbenders” line that Guan Shan delivers. God knows what element He Tian is in this– I just chosen the colours of the clothes he normally wears lol :P


Regina & Henry | All The Little Things: A shoulder to hold onto


Sometimes you just gotta drop everything and draw the ot3. You just gotta.

Saxon Gold Odin Head Pendant, 10th Century AD

The pendant is similar to some found at the town of Birka, Sweden. During the Viking Age, Birka on the island of Björkö (meaning “Birch Island”) in present-day Sweden, was an important trading center which handled goods from Scandinavia as well as Central and Eastern Europe and the Orient. The archaeological sites of Birka and Hovgården, on the neighboring island of Adelsö, make up an archaeological complex which illustrates the elaborate trading networks of Viking Scandinavia and their influence on the subsequent history of Europe, and is generally regarded as Sweden’s oldest town. A number of pendants and amulets were found on the island, most of them associated with the pagan beliefs of the inhabitants. Pendants depicting a male head have been interpreted as being either a warrior, or, more likely, that of Odin, head of the Norse pantheon of gods.