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"The ox"
By Sean Oligo

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Current project…

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"Marks and Chaos"
By Cronus

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Even roses tend to bleed
By Cronus

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The one and only “Ice Bear”
By CRONUS
Micron pen(0.8 ;0.5 ;0.05) and watercolour pencils

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New work in progress. Just need to colour it now… should I?

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"Should I paint it?"
Sent me by Juan Valverez

And it is an actual question he is asking your opinion… message me with answers

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Work in progress “The night king in the mountains” It looks weird in a good way

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I’m goingo to start tumbling again :) ART

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Just Writer Problems: PSA: the Mod needs your help

just-writer-problems:

Hello, fellow freaks! As some of you may remember, a couple months back I gave you all a little peek at my new project The Musical Adventures of Sonny King. My mom has graciously agreed to let me run the book as a serial on her blog, one chapter a month. But she’d like an illustration to go…

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scienceisbeauty:

No doubt, today is the day for this entry.
Via Trust me, I’m a “Biologist”

scienceisbeauty:

No doubt, today is the day for this entry.

Via Trust me, I’m a “Biologist”

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meghanrosette:

“We accept the love we think we deserve.” #theperksofbeingawallflower

That is why some of us choose less love than we deserve

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likeafieldmouse:

Mohamed Babu 

“Dr. Mohamed Babu of Mysore, South India, noticed something strange about the ants scurrying around on the floor of his kitchen: after drinking some spilled milk, their abdomens turned white. Realizing the insects’ bodies were transparent, he got an idea for a stunning set of photographs.

Mixing different varieties of food coloring along with sugar, water and a waxy base, he set out small droplets of liquid on a white plastic sheet outside in his garden and let the ants do the rest.

As the ant’s abdomen is semi-transparent, the ants gain the colors as they sip the liquid,’ he said. 

Striving to get the best possible photos, Babu ran into an unexpected problem: too many ants. ‘I really toiled to get a photo. The crowd always used to become unmanageable within a few minutes and while I managed my camera with my right hand, my left hand was busy removing the extra ants.’ After a number of repeated attempts, he finally got the photos he was looking for.

‘Curiously, the ants preferred light colors—yellow and green. The darker green and blue drops had no takers, until there was no space around the preferred yellow and green drops.’ Some of the ants even wandered between the colors, creating unique mixtures of different hues inside their own stomachs.”

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Big Mouth

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