piperisclean:

Don't I get a kiss for luck? It's kind of a tradition, right?

piperisclean:

Don't I get a kiss for luck? It's kind of a tradition, right?

radycat:

i had a dream a few nights ago about bianca. and this is what she looked like. 

radycat:

i had a dream a few nights ago about bianca. and this is what she looked like. 


aivlyz:

MORE PERCABETH 🙈

aivlyz:

MORE PERCABETH 🙈


Reblog / posted 3 hours ago via valdcz · © fuocogo with 5,225 notes
fuocogo:

2 geezers trying out that fist bump all them kids are doing nowadays idk

fuocogo:

2 geezers trying out that fist bump all them kids are doing nowadays idk


ah-nada:

ah i don’t even 
well i had to travel with school this week (for three freaking days) and when i got home i just tried to finish this percabeth thing which i adapted from a ref pic i was even gonna color but nah im tiiiired 

ah-nada:

ah i don’t even 

well i had to travel with school this week (for three freaking days) and when i got home i just tried to finish this percabeth thing which i adapted from a ref pic i was even gonna color but nah im tiiiired 


radycat:

cheap skateboarding au art

radycat:

cheap skateboarding au art


alea-lefevre:

I tested some animation tricks on an old illustration so I decided to post it there.Is the gif going to be uploaded on the 1st attempt ? who knows?

alea-lefevre:

I tested some animation tricks on an old illustration so I decided to post it there.
Is the gif going to be uploaded on the 1st attempt ? who knows?


we-askthedemigods-things:

"Seven half bloods shall answer the call, 
To storm or fire the world must fall,
An oath to keep with a final breath,
And foes bear arms to the doors of death.”

we-askthedemigods-things:

"Seven half bloods shall answer the call,
To storm or fire the world must fall,
An oath to keep with a final breath,
And foes bear arms to the doors of death.”


facina-oris:

GREEK MYTHOLOGY MEME | [3/6] GODS: AMPHITRITE 

Amphitrite  was the goddess queen of the sea, the wife of King Poseidon. Some say she was one of the fifty Nereides, others an Okeanis, but most simply describe her as the female personification of the sea: the loud-moaning mother of fish, seals and dolphins. As such she was essentially the same as Thalassa. When Poseidon first sought Amphitrite’s hand in marriage, she fled his advances, and hid herself away near Atlas in the Ocean stream at the far ends of the earth. The dolphin-god Delphin eventually tracked her down and persuaded her to return to wed the sea-king.


evilsmoak:

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