Had this forever ago in the front of my sketchbook I think its suppose to be sigyn. I had to fix it up with some references and stuff.
I wanted to make her less cartoony and try something a little different most other Sigyns I’ve seen are carbon copies of her husband (avengers Loki) or very demure blonde asgardian girl who’s kind of a push over.
I kind of wanted to do a nymph look (being a spirit of nature and life) and having something that has demure and defiance when needed I have doubts that a woman who married a trickster didn’t have some tricks of her own in the bag, took some swords home still dripping with blood and put them by the bed and could raise as much hell as her husband and has even more crazy party stories than him.
why this cat so big
I want it. It’s a giant snuggley dumb cat
(Source: kittiezandtittiez, via esuerc)
First time wearing this at Ohayocon, many thanks to Critical Mass Photography for these great photos.
why do people say “don’t be a pussy” when talking about weakness more like “don’t be a man’s ego” because you know there isn’t nothing more fragile than that
because “pussy” is the shortened form of the word “pusillanimous”, which means “timid, cowardly”
and not the slang word for the female genital region?
literally no one else knows this. nobody.
Time for my sad and tired self.
YOU’RE SO FUCKING SEXY
No you are D:<
(Source: strangebiology, via ossacoxae)
Daily draw february monster girl challenge: octomaid.
“From the early 1950s through the fall of the Soviet Union, the Red Room was a training program in Moscow. One of the many arms of Department X, the KGB’s experimental science division. It’s where Natasha was raised… where she earned the rank of Black Widow… and where, in the late 1950s, she met me. Back when neither she nor I knew exactly who I was.”
(Winter Soldier - 07)
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Portraits challenge what it means to be LGBT
These are just some of the many ways members of the LGBT community identify themselves in a beautiful photo series from San Francisco-based photographer Sarah Deragon.
Deragon’s “The Identity Project” has taken her around the country as she “seeks to explore the labels we choose to identify with when defining our gender and sexuality.” Her portraits show the amazing diversity and vibance of a queer community that for too long has been defined by outsiders.
See more and quotes from Deragon
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