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Curse of the Golden Flower (2006)

          → Empress Phoenix’s Wardrobe

(Source: jazzsparks, via avvoltoio)

crydaisy:

faeriestones:

strawberries, cherries, and an angel’s kiss in spring

I love this song and this photoset wow

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skepticarcher:

poinko:

sweetappletea:

oh-mrs-o:

magistelle:

danipat:

Learning anatomy drawing is important. Period. Whatever you plan to draw and however you plan to draw it you need to have an idea of what it actually looks like, practice in realism, before you plan to move on to creative interpretation.

Here are examples of all different kinds of athletic body types to illustrate the importance of knowing what sort of “built” look you will need to go for when drawing and designing a character. Not all fit is the same fit and it is so hard to find adequate variety when looking for references. These were linked by a talented comic artist Nina Matsumoto. Here site can be found here http://ninamatsumoto.wordpress.com/

A good sampling of her art can be found here http://spacecoyote.deviantart.com/

I would like to bring this back around to my blog now that more people are around, I guess.

This is an incredibly good body reference that shows even athletic builds can vary to a really impressive extent depending not only on the individual, but what they’ve trained themselves to be great at.

Look at how different and fantastic these bodies are. Humans are just amazing. 

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venusrox:

Blue Chalcedony/ Blue Holy Agate on Matrix

This beautiful rock resembles a small cave of captured blue clouds and its essence is very much a soothing stone. Its blue energy emits a feeling of as if one were to hold an ice pack to an injury, helping one heal any emotional wounds. It offers calm and positivity, helping one be in the ‘now’, rather than worrying what might (or might not!) be. It’s a wonderful stone for assisting with communication and is particularly good for singers!

This rough piece is one of a few pieces we have chosen to appear at the Venusrox showroom and we hope you can enjoy peering into this small haven of blue. 

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