One of my favorite things growing up was when my mom would make chichurritos. We would buy these weird ass little orange things at the store. It would be wheels or wiggly sticks or whatever really. And then your heat up a pan with lots of oil. Place the small orange thing and that shit would expand into this bigger tan version of itself. It would always blow up my mind like whooooooa how did it do that?! And even to this day, I still ask myself how that shit happens.

Lapis Lazuli


“Even in the middle of hatred and killings, there are things worth living for. A wonderful meeting, or a beautiful thing can exist. We depict hatred, but it is to depict that there are better things. We depict a curse, to depict the joy of liberation.” — Hayao Miyazaki

Thank you to Supernatural and SPNFamily/fandom for ten seasons of unforgettable memories. Thank you for all the stories and artwork you have inspired, and for challenging me to become both a stronger artist and a better person. Thank you for never failing to make me laugh or cry when I need it most — and for showing me that even when things are scary, there’s always some good in life worth fighting for.


Harry Potter Anti-Ministry Rebel Posters Part ½ (the fun ones)

Because if ever I had a headcanon that I would have loved to see in post-overthrown-Ministry Diagon Alley, it’s resistance posters made by some artists-in-hiding who perhaps aren’t the bravest soldier-type people but don’t want to sit around and wait for the end of the war. Thus, they steal into the Alley to spread the message that there are still people out there fighting the new regime and also hopefully annoy the heck out of Umbridge when she goes shopping.

(Obviously wouldn’t sign them other than for the fact that this is the internet, sadly not Diagon Alley. Don’t steal, please, okay, these took ages to make and, you know, charm.)