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Sep 2
wuffinarts:

liasangria:

eldritchlunch:

oh no little floofins

floofins

wuffinarts:

liasangria:

eldritchlunch:

oh no little floofins

floofins

(via hpslutcraft)


strawb3rrybombcreativestudio:

Feb. 05, 2012
Rachel Cagle

strawb3rrybombcreativestudio:

Feb. 05, 2012

Rachel Cagle

(via thecityofroses)



belaquadros:

Stephanie Blythe

(via theremina)


“And thus I clothe my naked villainy
With odd old ends, stol’n out of holy writ;
And seem a saint, when most I play the devil.”
Richard (Richard III, Act I scene iii)

(via hpslutcraft)


Sep 1

soberbeasts:

One of the first builds I attempted for Benton was the smithy, and it sort of fizzled out.  I decided to take another crack at it.  I’m running out of parts, but still, I think it’s a noble attempt!

The blacksmith and his wife clearly don’t worry much with privacy.

Yay!!! I love lady blacksmith!!

(also: I made his apron for Anne from fake leather and I’m so excited to see it in action!)


kokkolikos:

nudityandnerdery:

nerdrage42:

Sext based adventures.

I’d be into it.

dungeons and dildos

kokkolikos:

nudityandnerdery:

nerdrage42:

Sext based adventures.

I’d be into it.

dungeons and dildos

(via hpslutcraft)


(via atelier-mame)


erikamoen:

Garlic Scapes, my newest screenprint, is available for sale!

10” x 8”
Ink: Two shades of green, subtly fading into each other (split fountain)
Paper: Rives Heavyweight Cream, 115 gsm 
Limited Edition of 20

Each one of these hand-pulled, split fountain screenprints was personally made by Erika Moen. Some variety appears on each print, as they are handmade objects.

This lady’s understanding of simple pattern is so on.


weirdvintage:

"Wheeler & Wilson’s High-Arm New Number Nine is the only perfect sewing machine for family use"—what that has to do with a tightrope-walking frog juggling swords and balls is beyond me.  Late 19th century (via)


Thought this was part of a very ace Tarot set.

weirdvintage:

"Wheeler & Wilson’s High-Arm New Number Nine is the only perfect sewing machine for family use"—what that has to do with a tightrope-walking frog juggling swords and balls is beyond me.  Late 19th century (via)

Thought this was part of a very ace Tarot set.

(via hpslutcraft)


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