bu-ko:

training camp snuggles ahh, has anyone drawn them in this legendary pose yet? 
this is canon in my head hehe it’s always the ships you don’t mean to ship that you wind up shipping the hardest ;A;

bu-ko:

training camp snuggles ahh, has anyone drawn them in this legendary pose yet? 

this is canon in my head hehe it’s always the ships you don’t mean to ship that you wind up shipping the hardest ;A;


twated:

I’d be such a good girlfriend you’re all missing out


hasana-chan:

YOU FORGOT THE BEST ONE 

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horsesaround:

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horsesaround:

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colour-me-creative:

New ‘Be creative’ Drawing

colour-me-creative:

New ‘Be creative’ Drawing



APHRODITE, THE MOOD BOARD

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APHRODITE, THE MOOD BOARD



usaginato:


I just need Noya jumping and latching onto Asahi whenever he’s within reach

beforehand:

usaginato:

I just need Noya jumping and latching onto Asahi whenever he’s within reach

beforehand:


billyzeroisnotjustaboy:

museumuesum:

Qiu Zhijie

Writing the “Orchid Pavilion Preface” One Thousand Times, 1990–95

Five chromogenic prints, 19 1/4 × 29 inches each

This photographic documentation of Qiu’s best-known, process-driven work exemplifies his early interest in the performative aspect of calligraphy, particularly the pedagogical method of repeatedly copying a model until its brush movements become second nature. The “Orchid Pavilion Preface,” written by the patriarch of calligraphy Wang Xizhi (303–61), has long been revered as the unsurpassed model of cursive writing. Repeatedly writing over his free-hand interpretation of the original, Qiu turns the paper into a saturated black field. By focusing on the process of writing rather than its literary content, Qiu asserts that the ultimate goal of calligraphic practice is “a form of ‘written meditation’.”




forthefallentacos:

i love you

forthefallentacos:

i love you


johannathemad:

shut up Sokka

johannathemad:

shut up Sokka