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dogshaming:

fish shaming [x]

The pups then and the pups now

askbirdbloggers:

tieltavern:

A fantastic article by one of the best avian vets in the country, Dr. Susan Orosz. She’s been my family’s vet for almost 10 years and she’s put together a great piece here!

This article explains why you need a bird vet and also explains early warning signs that your bird is sick. Good information for EVERY level of bird owner!

- Christie (tieltavern)

Posted this to wrong blog. Meant to share it here!!

Dr. O is a personal hero of mine and my budgie’s vet and also the avian vet I’ve had the privilege of shadowing :) She’s amazing and this is an excellent article. 

rah-bop:

theartofmichaelwhelan:

WEYRWORLD by Michael Whelan, cover for All the Weyrs of Pern by Anne McCaffrey.

This is another of my favorite Michael Whelan paintings. I also had this hanging in my room for years and spent countless hours poring over every detail. This one taught me so much about reflected light and texture, and is one of the best examples of sub-surface scattering I found during my formative years as an artist. I have thought about this painting literally every single time I have ever painted light blasting through a dragon’s wing. I hope you guys can appreciate how many times that is.
I think this image is one of the building blocks that makes up my identity as an artist. Michael Whelan would be a cornerstone.

probably my fave pern cover

rah-bop:

theartofmichaelwhelan:

WEYRWORLD by Michael Whelan, cover for All the Weyrs of Pern by Anne McCaffrey.

This is another of my favorite Michael Whelan paintings. I also had this hanging in my room for years and spent countless hours poring over every detail. This one taught me so much about reflected light and texture, and is one of the best examples of sub-surface scattering I found during my formative years as an artist. I have thought about this painting literally every single time I have ever painted light blasting through a dragon’s wing. I hope you guys can appreciate how many times that is.

I think this image is one of the building blocks that makes up my identity as an artist. Michael Whelan would be a cornerstone.

probably my fave pern cover

poc scientist: births the scientific method
bwoc scientist: gives us a paramount understanding of black hole jets
poc scientist: discovers arsenic
poc scientist: gives birth to electroweak theory
bwoc scientist: builds a cheap and safe water filtration system from urine
poc scientist: cures the whole world of everything ever
white science nerd: and here's my 1,280th post about richard feynman, isn't he great? charles darwin any one?
theminttu:

Late night/early morning sketching…. I can definitely see Hiccup’s potential as a future Hot Dad

theminttu:

Late night/early morning sketching…. I can definitely see Hiccup’s potential as a future Hot Dad

kyleyo:

when u wake up feelin productive

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corycat90:

friend n i were talkin about dragon riders from other areas in HTTYD universe and i really wanted a bedouin-inspired kinda dragon rider n we liked the idea of these countries/peoples having tamed dragons long ago

Faizal is a young hunter and wannabe-explorer that loves flying with his sandskimmer, Firethroat. Sandskimmers live up to their names—they fly long distances without difficulty and they typically keep close to the ground. Young ones often collide into sand dunes when learning how to fly.

lilaira:

I drew my new baby ridgeback and two random dragons today on the stream :’D

fr20866:

dragonreine:

Humanoid Plaguebringer (Speedpainting) by DragonReine

I like your art