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c-adaverine:

Ivan the Terrible and His Son Ivan on November 16, 1581

Ilya Repin

This painting depicts the historical 16th century story of Ivan the Terrible mortally wounding his son in Ivan in a fit of rage. By far the most psychologically intense of Repin’s paintings, the Emperor’s face is fraught with terror, as his son lay quietly dying in his arms, blood dripping down the side of his face.

This is my favorite painting ever and I hereby vow to always share it whenever I come across it.

I have seen this painting in Moscow. It’s absolutely breathtaking in person. So grotesquely beautiful.

His eyes are haunting



whoops I answered an ask privately when I didn’t mean to

CAN’T DO ANYTHING RIGHT FOR THIS BLOGUE

— Shared 5 months ago
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oodles of vanis from unknown months ago

none of which made me happy



gg-art:

commission sample

Surprise! It’s Mahdat.

gg-art:

commission sample

Surprise! It’s Mahdat.



gg-art:

mandromeda:

A no doubt intensely inaccurate drawing of the immensely talented Oxgall’s character Aram.
I know very little about him except I think he kills his hot sister.
Shame.
Also the red has no bearing whatsoever on anything, I just wanted to add something to make the picture look less incomplete.
This is based loosely on a sketch of him with a beard.
This is a lot of explanation for fan art.

LOTS OF SCREAMING

reblogue dis here too omg fanart look how pretty, thank u mandromeda aaa omg wat a day

gg-art:

mandromeda:

A no doubt intensely inaccurate drawing of the immensely talented Oxgall’s character Aram.

I know very little about him except I think he kills his hot sister.

Shame.

Also the red has no bearing whatsoever on anything, I just wanted to add something to make the picture look less incomplete.

This is based loosely on a sketch of him with a beard.

This is a lot of explanation for fan art.

LOTS OF SCREAMING

reblogue dis here too omg fanart look how pretty, thank u mandromeda aaa

omg wat a day



the freedom to draw angry ladies looking to the left

the freedom to draw angry ladies looking to the left



it’s been a while since I drew an OC for the sake of drawing them

it’s been a while since I drew an OC for the sake of drawing them





mandromeda — “Why does Muirioch oppose Ainmere, if you don't mind my asking? I do love stories, and have been aching for this one.”

Disagreements over land distribution rights, for himself and various clan lords, as well as unaddressed problems faced by the low born people. And garden variety daddy issues. Mostly daddy issues. Always daddy issues.

That’s not very informative I know lol, I’m sorry, but I feel like for it to make sense I’d have to write the story up from the beginning. Which I guess wouldn’t take too long, because it’s not very long.



strangepapernote — “I'm so sad you're not planning to write these stories! I would love to read more about Ysolde and Ainmere. Please reconsider (☼Д☼)”

Thank you, that’s really sweet ahhhh ;u;

 I actually have one of the short stories (Sishuk’s) entirely thumbnailed out as a comic when I was using it to practice that skill, except all the pages are scattered in various places and I have no idea where they are lol. Using these narratives to test out storytelling mediums is about as close as I get. 

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