~ Nebby

artofmaquenda:

There were some people interested in more views of the jackdaw legs, so here are a bunch of them!

Look how amazing..

kelbremdusk:

bthot:

I saw your text post about how you feel like shit when people ask you how to draw things and you don’t know how to answer. I figured I’d send you this tutorial I made called “how to draw a thing” to make you laugh! :D (Trust me, it’s probably not what you think)

Yep that pretty much sums it up

pikachucastiel:

finalfortuna:

mayspicer:

princesszangiev:

coltercat:

The spoopiest part of this skeleton bird decoration is the complete lack of knowledge in basic skeletal anatomy

somebody please draw this creature with skin on because i think it would be horrifying because those are basically long fingers

well that was fun

Have fun in your nightmares, kids.

THE SKELETON ARMY GROWS STRONGER

mythicarticulations:

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https://www.change.org/p/shapeways-stop-raising-3d-printing-costs

Hello,

Shapeways, the company I use for 3D printing everything in my store, is trying to unfairly raise prices. This would lead to most items I sell doubling in cost. Please take a moment to sign this petition, and help keep them from completely ruining mine, and many others’ businesses.

Thank you,
 Brian Richardson

coelasquid:

howtokillasuperhero:

Muscle guide by Body Type
HOT.

Cool
Word of the day triple play: PLANTIGRADE, DIGITIGRADE, UNGULIGRADE

the-natural-logophile:

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Three forms of terrestrial mammal locomotion:

PLANTIGRADE: “sole walking”—animals walk by “planting” the full soles of their feet on the ground

DIGITIGRADE: “finger/toe walking”—animals walk with all or most of the length of their toes (“digits”), but not the full soles of their feet

UNGULIGRADE: “hoof walking”—animals walk on only their nails, usually hooves (as in “ungulates”)

raptorbirds:

Phalcoboenus carunculatus (by MZGardner)

raptorbirds:

Phalcoboenus carunculatus (by MZGardner)

thefrogman:

(The last bird is not dead. It is asking for a tummy scratch.)

Photographedby Leila Jeffreys [website]

[h/t: jedavu]