Curious Trees

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In many parts of the globe there were at one time believed to exist certain trees which were considered to be very curious, perhaps on account of some natural phenomena connected with them, or from their associations or surroundings.
(The Forest in Folklore and Mythology by Alexander Porteous - 1928)

rondanchan:

Process Post! Here’s a step-by-step of my cute girl sketch from earlier this week.

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choodraws:

i don’t really have much work i can show at the moment but here’s some stickers i’ll have at SMASH this year

choodraws:

i don’t really have much work i can show at the moment but here’s some stickers i’ll have at SMASH this year

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beebalmtraveler:

Details from 36 Views of the Eiffel Tower, 1888-1902 by Henri Rivière.

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annmakes:

Don’t stop it, bitch yr in my way!

Thank you so much, oh wow ok!

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9emeart:

…Revoila le gomine a Ray-Bans…
Ted Benoit

9emeart:

…Revoila le gomine a Ray-Bans…

Ted Benoit

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mintyburps:

Need more variation….! Quick little break doodles every now and then from the monitor, otherwise my eyes will tire out a lot faster. 

It might be a while before I have any fleshed out digital posts, so I’ll keep my blog alive with sketchbook draws every now and then! Adult life is busy @__@;; 

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fuckyeahvintageillustration:

'The Kingdom of the Pearl' by Léonard Rosenthal; illustrated by Edmund Dulac. Published 1920 by Brentano's, New York.

A history and study of the pearl first published in 1919 and vividly enhanced by Dulac’s illustrations in 1920. The ten delightful water colours are in the artist’s characteristic decorative Oriental style.

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