still missing a few

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Grimbark Jade for the Grimdark drawpile for @homestuckartists

I was going to post this with a process video, but I kept pausing to do stuff and then forgetting to record again, so I eventually gave up :x I also did a Grimdark Davesprite and Crockertier Jane which happily did get recorded properly (though I think I missed a few bits with Davesprite still, sorry. :x) and I’ll be posting those as I finish the videos.
Let me know if the process vids are something you guys like, btw. I can find it interesting but I’m sure it’s not for everyone. :o

I think we could call this a forced a collab’….

So around a month ago i asked @blackwolfartz if i could color this sketch so i could train myself with coloring.And she kindly accepted. (And it has been sitting in my draft ever since.) So thanks again to Wolf for being so awesome and letting me butcher her work and post, it was really interesting and fun and i’d redo it anytime! 

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No, she needs to be around people who better understand the issues she’s struggling with. People more like her.

Transference (M) – Chapter 05

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Summary: Hoseok struggles to process his feelings as he is haunted by his past.

Pairing: Hoseok x Reader

Genre: Angst, Smut

Word Count: 10,216

Warning: Tantric!Hoseok, therapist/client relationship, sexual themes, BDSM, shibari, dom/sub roleplay, profanity.

A/N: Here is the long awaited Hoseok POV chapter. If you haven’t read Chapters 1-4 already, I highly recommend doing so by using the links below.

Chapters: 01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07

Keep reading

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Rafael Barba being unfairly seductive in every episode

Imprisoned Lives (S15E02)

*squints* I recognize this map

Tiny Mystrade Patreon Commission for the lovely @warpedchyld. First time I finally get to draw these two dorks and I love it <3 <3

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uncle lee joon ♥

Sleepy apostates, far from home, on the run, but together~

I gotta shade this but I love working with flat colors so here’s this wip until I eventually get to the shading bit lol

This track came on while I was drawing and it was oh so soothing… ilthem.. ;;

anonymous asked:

Can you show us a calico girl? Mine died a few years ago and I still miss her. She was the cuddliest and softest and bestest. </3

Calicos are one of my favorites! I’m so sorry to hear about your kitty. Sending lots of love your way! 

Humans are weird

Commander Narrynite was unsure of adding more humans to the crew of his ship. Over the last several months, due to a new policy, his unit had been collaborating with 2 humans. The integration was going as well as could be expected, especially considering the human’s odd customs and their impractical beliefs.

Despite his protests, Narrynite had been commanded to take his ship to Prayha to retrieve the newest human that had been assigned to his unit.

“We are set to land on Prayha within the hour, Commander Narrynite” reported Human Chris, the first of the humans to join the crew under Narrynite.

“Remind the landing crew that the artificial gravity on Prayha is inconsistent and the ship will need to be tethered to the dock.”

“Yes, sir!” responded Human Chris with what Narrynite noted was an uncommon tone.

"Human Chris, I am unfamiliar with that tone of voice. Will you please clarify?”

“My apologies sir, I am just excited to have another human aboard the ship.”

At this, Narrynite became intrigued. Though he valued the various input the humans gave and the odd, seemingly useless skills they possessed, Narrynite believed that the humans and Jythoans would never properly integrate.

As Narrynite was considering the implications of Chris’s statement, a frantic beeping started from the status panel.

“Human Ann, report!”

“This can’t be right” Human Ann said in what Narrynite discerned to be shock.

“Commander, it appears as though the artificial gravity on Prayha has malfunctioned and has increased to a dangerous level. As a result, we are descending to the surface too quickly.”

Narrynite was considerably relieved at this information. “Not to worry Human Ann, Prayha has been known to have an unreliable gravity generator. It should resolve itself shortly.”

“Commander, I don’t think -”

Before Human Ann could finish, another alarm sounded. Narrynite knew this alarm without asking.

“Human Chris, radio the crew and tell them to brace for impact!” Narrynite said with an air of finality.

The moment before the collision, Narrynite closed his optical slits and silently prayed to the gods to make his death swift and painless.


Narrynite thought death would be different. He could faintly hear someone saying his name and thought it to be his gods calling.

“Commander Narrynite! Don’t let go, stay with me!”

Within seconds Narrynite became aware of reality and instantly wished he hadn’t. Pieces of the ship were strewn everywhere and one of the largest pieces was crushing him. He knew he had minutes at best before he would die, but took solace in that at least one of his comrades had survived.

“Ann, help me get the commander!” Human Chris shouted.

“It’s my leg, Chris I need help. My prosthetic came off. I think it landed over there.”

Though Narrynite’s death was imminent, he was bewildered at how Human Ann was still alive despite a missing leg.

It was only a few seconds before Human Chris had located the prosthetic and Human Ann was again mobile. They both rushed over to Narrynite and began attempting to lift the piece of metal.

Narrynite knew their attempt was futile. From what he had seen, the human’s strength was better than the Jythoan’s, but there was no way they could move the enormous metal scrap.

As he again closed his optical slits and began praying, he felt the metal shift. This could not be, he must be imagining it.

“Higher, Chris!” Human Ann said.

“When it’s up far enough, reach under and grab him. I think I can hold it up long enough” Human Chris conferred.

“On three. One, two, three.”

At that moment, the metal lifted and Human Ann quickly grasped Narrynite by the tentacle and pulled him to safety.

Narrynite thought he must be hallucinating, and if he wasn’t, the truth was much more bizarre. There was no physical way that two humans could move something that was several tons.


“Oh thank god” Human Ann sighed.


“Human Ann. I don't…” Narrynite trailed off.


“I’ll go see if there’s any other survivors, you call for help” Human Chris said to Human Ann, helping her to her feet.


A few days later, Narrynite was being briefed on the accident by his captains. He was usually very attentive, but he found himself unable to think about anything other than the strength of the humans. Once the briefing was over, he went to find Human Chris and Human Ann.


“Human Chris, Human Ann. I would like to thank you for saving my life. You must be a superior breed of human in order to have lifted the metal and to survive with a missing limb. I am grateful that someone of your excellence had chosen to be in my unit.”


The humans looked at each other with what the humans called a “smile” on their face.


“Commander, though we appreciate the compliment, we are just regular humans. The reason that we could lift the piece of the ship was because of adrenaline. It’s kind of complicated, but basically it’s a survival thing,” Human Chris said casually.


“As for the missing leg, humans can survive with many parts of their body gone. Some are accidents, some are purposeful.” Human Ann assured.


Narrynite was dumbfounded. This was incredible. No other species he’d come across was so adapted to survive. As far as he was concerned, this changed everything.


From then on Narrynite became an avid proponent of human integration. He traveled the galaxy spreading the amazing facts about the humans, with Human Chris and Human Ann as his lieutenants.