Been sick lately, so most of the things I’ve attempted haven’t gotten past the doodle stage. Here’s a quick sketch of Engine and Glaive roaring at one another in honor of their recent reunion.
(Oh, and there might be a cat in there, too, but those don’t need a raid group. Still a good idea to knock, regardless.)
ok but why has masila not teamed up with the sway to get back at the thieves guild
because she… welll… yeah i got nothing
this made me tear up a little bit
LISTEN TO YOUR MOTHER, THRALL.
"my son is a fuckup."
SLAP HIM GIRL
SLAP HIM LIKE YOU SLAPPED HIS DADDY
that boy ain’t right
Finished up a revamp of Aureth, my little blue. Thanks for the redlines, Balu. <3
Love his butt spikes :D
There’s a whole lot of different situations that can result in the same reaction your just explained.
Sometimes they see something that interests them so they stop and stretch out, pinning their eyes in excitement.
Other times it’s a sign of aggression, make themselves look bigger and threatening, the eye pinning can also mean aggression.
Other times it’s just for the fun of it, they just really feel like dancing around, get excited and pin their eyes.
If you recorded the behaviour we might be able to pin point it a bit more but otherwise that behaviour can mean all of the above things just depending on the situation. There’s nothing to be concerned about with that behaviour, if you think the bird looks mad then just leave him alone, if he’s excited then he’s just being a happy bird and there’s nothing concerning about it!
- Courtney (thepacificparrotlet
I’ve read that the wing-spreading motion (it looks like a stretch) is an expression of happiness and sometimes a greeting. It’s kind of like “Hello, I’m ready to interact with you now!” It could also simply be a way to, as in humans, improve circulation.
Fun fact: birds can voluntarily change the size of their pupils, whereas we mammals can’t :)
Wing stretching is also hormonal for some birds like ‘tiels. There’s not really a solid answer for parrot behaviour without a situational description or video, there’s so many different reasons, environmental effects, and reactions!
Yes! A video would definitely be helpful. Based on their description it sounded like the “one wing, one foot” stretch birds sometimes do, but you could well be right.
Imagine a beastclan celebrating a victory over a massive clan of dragons, managing to kill every single one.
Imagine an older and younger warrior standing together towards the edge of the slaughter and celebration. The younger looks towards the older and asks why they…