I lost my scissors at the con because I’m a complete dunce and brought them, mostly to show off/use as a prop but also to cut the thread I brought just in case someone had a cosplay emergency I could help with.
If you’re at MTAC this weekend and find a pair of scissors that look like this, I would really appreciate if you took them to the lost and found so I can get them back!
Spesso, per paura di non essere accettati e amati, fingiamo di essere qualcuno che non siamo. Ma in questo modo chi si avvicina a noi, lo fa perché è attratto da quella maschera che ci siamo creati, non dalla nostra vera essenza. Se davvero vogliamo essere amati dobbiamo avere il coraggio di essere noi stessi.
Ehm, sì, l’ho disegnato io tra ieri e oggi, dopo un’ispirazione dovuta al pandoro. E non sto scherzando.
!! 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~