child's artwork

Based on an amazing comic and us drawn by @youranonymousartist

From left to right;

@just-a-fandom-mess @alien–stranger @dragonfrost04 (me) @themythicalumbreon @youranonymousartist and @throw-shit-at-other-shit

Notice: Don’t steal artwork in any way


Colorized Photos of Children Working at the Beginning of the 20th Century

Photographer Lewis Hine documented at the beginning of the 20th century and during more than ten years, the tough daily life of children working in American factories and mines. His pictures were colorized by the specialist Sanna Dullaway and published in the Time.

The Sick Child, by Edvard Munch (1863–1944), is the name a series of paintings. It depicts a tragic event in Munch’s life - the death of his 15-year-old sister. Weak from the tuberculosis causing her slow and painful death, you can see his young sister’s suffering as she sits on her deathbed. He made copies of this moment, which truly shows how this tragedy was deeply rooted into Munch’s mind.

Above: The Sick Child, painted in 1896, 1907, and 1885-86, by Edvard Munch (1863–1944).


A ReaperTale Charisk doodle I made:’)

And some doodles of AfterDeath’s kiddo
(He is a hecka cutie woaha)

@renrink phhhhH

Goth belongs to @nekophy aa I love your style so much , also sorry I forgot Goths bottom glitches in the colored picture phuhhh , if I messed up anything else let me know aaa

I hope you like them ,these took me three days to finish:’)


ChildHyde AU: Life with a little demon angel


Licht as a child was, for the most part, quiet, shy and pure, and was indeed an angel. Hyde wants to meet little Licht sometime as well, be it through some strange transformation, or in his dreams. Licht is not amused.

Or some line of AU I might start doing soon

Childe Hassam (1859-1935)
“Broadway and 42nd Street” (1902)
Oil on canvas
American Impressionism
Located in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York, United States