The Stooges in the middle of recording “Fun House” at Elektra Recording Studio in Los Angeles. In May 1970, they appeared at the Whisky a Go-Go on Sunset Boulevard for two Shows. Photo by Ed Caraeff

Hugo Simberg, The Garden of Death, 1896.



Thank you so much for the support! I’m honestly happy that this many people are interested in this blog! Running it has been a fun ride from the very beginning, and I don’t see it ending anytime soon. Also, I reached a moment right now in which I feel like I’m breaking through with my art style and process, and getting closer to what I want to do – so all the more reason to celebrate!!

- Mod

Update: now with a canon!Katsuki edit (x)

it’s really interesting how reconstructions of Proto-Indo-European have been used to figure out was Indo-European culture would have been like. For example: 

  • the reconstructed language has no word for king, but it does have a word for clan chieftain so it’s been theorized that Indo-Europeans were organized in small groups or clans
  • there is a word for daughter-in-law but none for son-in-law which suggests that women would have joined their husbands’ families after marriage
  • there are many words for animals and few for fruits, veggies, and grains suggesting a meat-based diet
  • the existence of words for snow and winter suggest Indo-Europeans lived in a more northern climate

but it’s important to note that “the absence of a word in the reconstructed proto-language is far less compelling evidence than the presence of a word: a lack of evidence it not itself sure evidence”*.

*notes from Old English and Its Closest Relatives: A Survey of the Earliest Germanic Languages by Orrin W. Robinson

“Still, it’s too much for me. Let’s eat together”.

“Like always”.

Happy birthday to @sugarmagic!! Thank you for providing content for this fandom, and for being supportive and inspirational!!

This is an unnofficial sequel to the valentine’s day comics (here)! Also, if you didn’t read Sugar’s katsuyami pocky day fanfic yet, do it now (x). It’s some hot stuff.


finally colored these proto!Katsuki and Yamikumo portraits from a couple months ago for practice! Under the cut: a one year improvement comparison with my first proto reference sheet.

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So what better time than on Valentines Day to subject you poor followers to more oc ships with artist friends, I guess???

This one is with good artist friend and inspiration, @bulumble-bee! Her bottom-heavy barista, named Mizuki, is paired with what sorta used to be a minor char in one of my stories but now is sorta floating around in the space between actual casts? (Like so many others). His name’s Felix Vargas, and he’s a free-lance painter. While Mizuki’s Japanese, Felix is Spanish in terms of heritage and channels that culture through his hobby of cooking that he does for her often, as evidenced in the picture below. 

I had way more fun drawing that Pallea that Felix is holding than I should have. Food is really fun to draw and color, and I should do it waaaaaay more often…

Latin, Ancient Greek and Sanskrit Triplets

  • h₁éḱwos → equusἵππος (híppos), अश्व (ashva) = horse
  • h₂ŕ̥tḱos → ursusἄρκτος (árktos), ऋक्ष (rksha) = bear
  • h₁rudʰrós → ruberἐρῠθρός (eruthrós),  रुधिर (rudhira) = red
  • ǵʰelh₃- → helvusχλωρός (khlōrós), हरि (hari) = yellow, green
  • gʷʰer- → formusθερμός (thermós), घर्म (gharma) = warm
  • ǵʰeym- → hiemsχεῖμα (kheîma), हिम (hima) = cold, winter
  • snígʷʰs → nix, νίφω (níphō), स्नेह (sneha) = snow
  • mḗh₁n̥s → mensisμήν (mēn), मास (māsa) = month
  • néwos → novusνέος (néos), नव (nava) = new
  • pl̥h₁nós → plēnusπλέως (pléōs), पूर्ण (pūrna) = full
  • lewk-  → lūxλευκός (leukós), रोक (roka) = light
  • h₁ésh₂r̥ → assyr (Old Latin), έαρ (éar), असृज् (asrj) = blood
  • wódr̥ → undaὕδωρ (húdōr), उदन् (udan) = water, wave
  • gʷeyh₃- → vita, ζῷον (zôion),  जीव (jiva) = alive
  • mr̥tós → mortuusβροτός (brotos), मृत (mrta) = dead, mortal
  • dyew- → diēsΖεύς (zeús), दिन (dina) = day, Zeus
  • nókʷts → noxνύξ (núx), नक्त (nakta) = night

(Y: I guess we’re doing it again for mine, too.)

((In reference to this post. Extra: [x] ))