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get to know me: favorite team → team avatar (open in new tab for larger size!!)
Sokka: “I just wanted to say: good effort out there today, Team Avatar.”
Katara: “Enough with the Team Avatar stuff. No matter how many times you say it, it’s not gonna catch on!”
Sokka: “How about the Boomerang Squad? See, it’s good cause it has Aang in it - Boomer-Aang!” (art credit)


It’s a shame Barris isn’t around Skyhold, even if you side with the mages. Could have been interesting. Actually do we find out what happens to him if you side with the mages? If so I’ve managed to miss it on too many playthroughs and should be disciplined.

I painted this because I was getting frustrated with something else for a little while. I love the new textured brush I’ve got! (Open the image in a new tab to see it in a larger size if you want a better look.)

while  you can right click and open every single mercy page in a separate window and see them in much better quality, i have to admit i don’t like that being a necessary thing.

(edit) to see the better quality, you hover and immediately right click and open link in a new tab for a larger sized page, and then click on the solo image for it to increase in size

tumblr’s auto compression makes for a tedious reading experience so unfortunately i won’t be hosting uncensored mercy pages here. 

the search for an alternate platform continues!



“I’m afraid my height doesn’t match up for such a sport. I prefer fencing and take some gymnastics though.”

((Click the image > Right click > “Open image in new tab” for full view! 

I know it said larger inmates mostly, but I thought I’d throw in the protagonists too. From what I understand, everyone in the asylum is 6′0″ to 6′1″ on average. The only bigger inmates/variants that I know of are Walker, Gluskin, and the Twins. Also made sure to show off Miles’ little ponytail :P))


Sketches of Mycroft’s Eyes by Alexander Nussbaum, humble draftsman and character from Serpentynka’s Sketchy series. 

Done with graphite pencils of a range of hardnesses in Lexie’s sketchbook at various times when he couldn’t quite shake that gaze. 

Created for the print version of Sketchy 2, which will include art by me, @khorazir, @meetingyourmaker, and the author @theartofforensics. Thank you, I’m so pleased to be a part of this. They look a bit fuzzy in this post, so open in new tab for a larger and crisper view.

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