baby brains

🌟HEY ALL!🌟

Just checkin in!! I’ve been quieter than Johnny Tightlips at the bottom of the ocean in deep space, but I promise it’s for a SUPER SPECIAL FUNFETTI REASON WIT CHERRIES ON TOP! ✨🎉💕🎨✨

Actually, now that I think about, I’ve already been talking about the project on my Patreon– I’ll prolly do a post here soon in clearer detail with fun goodies to marinade your precious little eyeballs in.

Hope all y’all are having a wicked electric weekend! Nice & fun & safe!!

XOXO

I HAVE THREE WORDS THAT WILL BRING JOY TO YOUR HEART:

little league quidditch

I’ve hit art block something fierce on all my projects (a common side effect after a busy show and all the prep work that goes into it) combined with only being in the studio 3 days this week and having to move next week, I’m trying to unblock by drawing literally anything that comes to mind and all I can think of is skeleton dragons.

Inspired by @mnstrcndy and their amazing renditions of GB Swap Papyrus, I took a shot at Underfell GB Sans, and how I imagine kid Papyrus would react to that in the Underfell AU

(Note: I headcanon that the UF skelebros act similar to their original incarnations, just meaner, more cynical, and with darker senses of humor, kinda how the Addams family movies work.)

Safety Disclaimer

I don’t want to put a disclaimer on every. single. post. So here’s a collective one:

  1. Know how to be safe with fire.
  2. Know how to ward and protect before using magic or working with spirits.
  3. Know how to cleanse before using magic or working with spirits. 
  4. Don’t take everything you read as fact; do research of your own.
  5. Get a basic knowledge of herbal medicine and botany before witching. Don’t ingest herbs you know nothing about. Don’t ingest herbs that may mess up the effects of your medication. Learn about dem plants.
  6. Don’t put magical concoctions in people’s food or anywhere near them if you don’t know about all their allergies/intolerances.
  7. Don’t bury non-biodegradable things in unsafe places.
  8. Don’t pour salt on plants, yo.
  9. Magic can ease mental illness and physical problems, for sure, but it is not a substitute for a trained professional.
  10. Be aware of your local and federal laws.

It’s not my responsibility to teach you these things, in all honesty. 

This is my blog. I’m putting out the information that I want to. Y’all’d’ve gotsa use your brains.

Last updated July 14, 2017

Since re-reading the Percy Jackson series has kind-of brought me out of my funk, I’m doodling some percabeth and a hot little Percy for fun! Oh man how I missed these two, and these books! I love how colourfully humorous the books are, and Percy cheers me up so much xD