Valencia based duo Daniel Rueda and Anna Devís loves to travel the world in search of interesting perspective and geometry related to architecture. On their instagram, they have been crafting photographs that use both each other and architecture as characters. Playing with perspective and geometry, each photo the pair publish on their respective accounts attract the viewer and is packed with humor and accompanying story.
@thelostmoongazer I may not have access to a computer right now but you inspired me and so I tried traditional for the first time since 2013. My name on another site is Starbits and I follow people who have posted art of their objecthead ocs I am amazed I didn’t think of this sooner.
I was just about to post and then I remembered your friend had a sun head persona and it was like “I gotta.”
!! This post contains photos and descriptions of dead animals, skinned
animals, decomposition, maggots, and the general gory details involved
with cleaning up bones.
I’ve gotten a couple asks about the methods I use to clean bones,
so I thought I’d put together a quick summary of the journey of my
female Badger, Ridge, from road to shelf. It’s not really a tutorial,
but I have almost kind of written it like one - keep in mind this is just
Ridge’s personal cleanup journey, and all the steps she went through while being processed
(it’s pretty similar for all my roadkill though) It’s a bit garbled and I haven’t really clarified anything… Hm. Maybe I will put together a proper tutorial in the future. For now, this is Ridge~
Euron loves Euron, full stop. Every indication is that he has literally never cared about another human being. (Which actually makes him a rare case among ASOIAF’s top-tier villains; Tywin loved Joanna, Ramsay feels protective of his mother, Joff wanted Robert’s attention and respect, etc.) Even if that weren’t the case, cutting out someone’s tongue and tying them to the prow of your ship as you sail into battle is hardly an expression of love.
As with the captains and kings, the Crow’s Eye lured Falia in with his charm, charisma, and cleverness, painting her a picture of a life they (and Dany) could share, only to betray her trust in a truly horrifying fashion. “Euron’s gifts are poisoned,” and so anyone who’s wondering what will happen to Victarion, Erik Ironmaker, the new lords of the Shield Islands, or Euron’s followers currently tying priests to their own prows need only look at poor Falia Flowers. Damphair, who knows Euron better than anyone, tried desperately to warn her: “Woman. Run. He will hurt you. He will kill you.”
There’s a trend I’ve noticed in fiction that I honestly don’t like: When a book or movie is teaching us about values, they always teach us that the most important things in life are friendship and courage and the like. The bad guys are always the big-picture thinkers, the intelligent ones and the ones who value logic over emotion. I feel like these books are telling us that friendship is more important than hard work, and who cares if you have a future as long as you’re a nice person? I don’t think that’s a realistic message to send, to be honest. Intelligence and logic are important, in many ways just as important as friendship and bravery - in some ways, more important. They should be more balanced in fiction, in my opinion.