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@swanklishis

I realized it’s going to take me ages to finish a more refined piece/ref of this, so I may as well go ahead and post it!

This is the concept sketch for Volya’s Oberon, Anaed. He’s so in-tune with nature that he literally changes with the seasons~ But as I still wanna do a proper profile picture/post for him, I’ll just leave it at that for now.

Agonized over his design for weeks but needed a finished version for a few other things I wanna do so had to bear with it. ;~; But I’m pretty happy with it!

The Turtles Fave Disney Princesses Headcanon

Leonardo: 

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Raphael:

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Michelangelo:

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Donatello:

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@aangelsimms

I love how LinkedIn is like “10 jobs you might be interested in” like yeah sure I’m interested but the real issue here is would those 10 jobs be interested in me? Cause I feel like that’s the more pressing issue here.

My Shadow is My Shepherd

He had been invited to attend the Pearloats Harvest in the capital city of the kingdom of Rolance. Prince Mikleo just didn’t expect to also be the target of an attempted assassination that very same night.

Luckily for him, his knight guard is pretty good with a sword.

Sormik Week 2017 - Day 4: Pendrago, Loss/Protection

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The capital city of the theocratic kingdom of Rolance is unlike anything Mikleo or Sorey has ever known. For one, the fact that the kingdom is ruled by its church rather than any formal monarchy—the ruling family, Mikleo has been informed before his visit, are largely figureheads—is new and unfamiliar. The second are the glaring reds and silvers that are everywhere; Rolance’s colors and regalia hang from the tallest buildings and wrap every guard.

Mikleo supposes he shouldn’t consider that entirely different from his own smaller kingdom of Elysia, where their cool shades of teal and white don every soldier and palace upholstery, too. But to see it everywhere he turns—even on the marketplace stalls during this lively festival week—is disorienting.

Or maybe it’s just the lack of grass within Pendrago itself that Mikleo is noticing. Too much red and steel; not enough green.

(For some reason, Mikleo’s always finding himself thinking the world could use more green.)

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anonymous asked:

You've changed. I liked the old you better.

Well, this is not at all cryptic.

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Sorry to… disappoint? I don’t even know what to say to this, but lol.