grayscale version

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Here’s some lock screen options for iPhone users! The top two are for the iPhone6, the bottom two are for the 6Plus. @lusterrdust

If anyone wants another phone wallpaper, just let me know what you use and I’ll set the dimensions for ya.

ETA: The previews have a green cast on my screen. If you click on the image, it’ll open up with the grayscale version. Not sure why that is, but just FYI.

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Ok so there’s a story behind this one: until like 2 hours ago, I thought everyone sees colors when they hear music but??? Apparently only some people do and it’s one aspect of this thing called Synesthesia.

So, here’s Cas in the song that caused me to discover my useless superpower: “Synesthesia” by Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness

(Also grayscale version added because the original might make your eyes bleed lmao)

Despite having other far more uncompleted finals, I continue to work on my comic, and now I’ve made the outside cover wrap

which means that the right half will be the front and left half the back 

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Po:The peacock was there the last time I saw my parents! He knows what happened! Where I came from! Who I am.

[pause]

Po: Look, I’m going. I have to know. The hardcore can’t understand.

[Tigress lunges at Po]

Viper: Tigress, no!

[Tigress hugs Po; Crane’s jaw drops]

Tigress:The hardcore DO understand. But I can’t watch my friend be killed.

[pulls away]

Tigress: [to the rest] We’re going.

Crane:Uh, maybe you can’t watch *me* be killed?

Tigress:Stop being a wimp.

Monkey:…And, she’s back.


Kung Fu Panda is one of the greatest things in the universe (except for the TV show)…
I love all the characters, but Tigress got me since the first moment.
This scene is my favorite one, from all the three films!

And I was really inspired by Nicolas Marlet’s art!

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Mod: Hey, look! It’s Applewood movie star Sarsaparilla Hoofer! And she bought a summer house in Baltimare so that her beau Witty (Bananas Wit’s double from the 1920s) could visit her!

I used India ink to draw and paint this picture, which is fitting because Sassy Hoof–who was inspired by Betty Boop–is made of pen and ink. I couldn’t decide whether to post the original version or the grayscale one, so I posted both. The grayscale version is perfect because it’s reminiscent of a black-and-white animated film, but I also like the original because it looks like a sepia illustration from an old book or magazine.

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Here we are, don’t turn away now,
We are the warriors that built this town.
Here we are, don’t turn away now,
We are the warriors that built this town
From dust.”

this song has been in my head all day then i saw a lyric art and then i sketched this and then i colored it and now i’m dead