Amanda And Such

Art! Art art art?
Art art art, art art art art art.
Art, art art!
That's my life.

Just a collection of things I enjoy.

mamacastiel:

IM FUFCKING CRYING AT THIS PICTURE OF A DUCK

FUC KING LOOK AT THIS SHIT

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IT’S LIKE

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d ont hurt my childern

(via kittensandkrakens)

lizziecorday:

I loved you, I disliked you, we argued and we kissed; Your face, your touch, your scent forever I shall miss; To hold you in my arms again, my soul no longer lost; I’d pay the price and gladly have no worry to the cost.

They say that life gets better and time will ease the pain; They’re fools who cannot see the truth, it can never be the same; No daytime and no nighttime just hour on hour on hour; And time has no more meaning now life’s not sweet it’s sour.

Some think we have a life-force or a soul some others say; If I had one I know it died that dreadful, dreadful day; Sometimes I know I hurt you, I know that was so true; But please forgive me for those wrong For I always will love you.

~Colin Jarratt

(via elphabaoftheopera)

therealkatiewest:

April 19, 2014
"When I die, I want to burn on a giant funeral pyre. When my skin and muscles have melted away, I want my bones to be buried by a lake, along with the ashes of all my dead cats, with a beautiful headstone that will grow moss, and a garden of poisonous plants surrounding me." - from my Patreon post for April 19 about why I like cemeteries

therealkatiewest:

April 19, 2014

"When I die, I want to burn on a giant funeral pyre. When my skin and muscles have melted away, I want my bones to be buried by a lake, along with the ashes of all my dead cats, with a beautiful headstone that will grow moss, and a garden of poisonous plants surrounding me." - from my Patreon post for April 19 about why I like cemeteries

(via wilwheaton)

creepingmonsterism:

You know, Peter Parker is a great hero for the millennial generation because he’s always struggling economically and old newspaper editors think he’s a menace.

(via wilwheaton)

verticalvest:

someone asked me if I could do a step-by-step on how I draw faces and make interesting expressions while still keeping the facial structure intact so I did… this.  there’s really no secret to it, it’s just utilizing knowledge of how stuff works in a really specific way!  I’m terrible at teaching, I’m sorry.

(via notoriouslysketchy)

Reading is primarily a symptom. Of a healthy imagination, of our interest in this and other worlds, of our ability to be still and quiet, of our ability to dream during daylight.

—Carmen Callil (among MANY others), Stop What You’re Doing and Read This (via quoted-books)

(via ultimovals)