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viivus:

Inktober day 1! With just a hint of watercolour and digital flats.

#ooh  
October arrived, spreading a damp chill over the grounds and into the castle. Madam Pomfrey, the nurse, was kept busy by a sudden spate of colds among the staff and students. Raindrops the size of bullets thundered on the castle windows for days on end; the lake rose, the flower beds turned into muddy streams, and Hagrid’s pumpkins swelled to the size of garden sheds.
J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (via brianmalik)

madam-cj-says-relax:

patrickat:

kaiju3:

The American Hogwarts Houses

Look at your school of witchcraft and wizardry. Now look at mine. Now yours. Now back to mine. Sadly, your school is not mine, but if you all got off your broomsticks and started using a real sorcerer’s deodorant, it could smell like mine. Abracadabra! I’m a horse.

Good. Night. I’m done.

Yakimono

THIS IS HALLOWEEN (like youve never heard)

1,675,672 plays

remixedwriter:

tampon007:

yamashta:

dash-of-dark:

JUST FUCKING LISTEN. 

THIS IS HALLOWEEN BUT NOT LIKE YOU KNOW IT

reblog so others can hear it!

Vitamin String Quartet

LISTENTOTHISNOW

reblogged in like two seconds.

tchaikovskyyy:

there was a paragraph in my euro textbook about science becoming the domain of “trained professionals” rather than enthusiastic amateurs, and all I could think of was the time Jefferson tried to identify a fossil of some specie of extinct ground sloth, and misidentified it as some type of cat…

1:all fungi are edible.
2: some fungi are only edible once
Terry Pratchett (via bableman)

fashioninhistory:

Robe à la Française

1760–70

Women with coquettish airs were imposing in robes à la française and robes à l’anglaise throughout the period between 1720 and 1780. The robe à la française was derived from the loose negligee sacque dress of the earlier part of the century, which was pleated from the shoulders at the front at the back. The silhouette, composed of a funnel-shaped bust feeding into wide rectangular skirts, was inspired by Spanish designs of the previous century and allowed for expansive amounts of textiles with delicate Rococo curvilinear decoration. The wide skirts, which were often open at the front to expose a highly decorated underskirt, were supported by panniers created from padding and hoops of different materials such as cane, baleen or metal. The robes à la française are renowned for the beauty of their textiles, the cut of the back employing box pleats and skirt decorations, known as robings, which showed endless imagination and variety.

Two sides. One is light, one is dark.

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