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Not much to say, except the fact I'll try my best to upload some artwork on here, possibly fan art and art of my characters I'll be sure to present!!
corgiaddict:

Millie! My Corgi/Shepherd mix. My dad found her on the street, malnourished and scared. She’s now living healthy and happy and ready to eat! Man, this dog can eat.

corgiaddict:

Millie! My Corgi/Shepherd mix. My dad found her on the street, malnourished and scared. She’s now living healthy and happy and ready to eat! Man, this dog can eat.

Be Confident in your art!

tombancroft1:

I posted to my Taught By A Pro blog a new post about gaining conficence in your art. It even has a GLEN KEANE drawing to go with it, so its worth the click!
http://taughtbyapro.com/drawing-inspiration-4-confident-tom-bancroft/

handsomedogs:



Dog with dandelions / / Лия Васильева

handsomedogs:

Dog with dandelions / /

darktwinteeko:

Realism

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This fella here is Lawrence Ealdwine, an archeologist who works at Oxford University. He is a red Pembroke Welsh Corgi (With a tail), and he is the main hero of this bizarre tale of warships an’ stuff - The working title is currently ‘Retro’Nine (Though I am fighting the urge to adopt it as its permanent title), ‘Retro Canine’ or if you want something less exciting or demanding or just plain stupid, ‘Punk Punk Doggies’. 
To try and sum him up:  I would say he is renowned around the land as an expert traveler and has huge rewards hanging at his feet for being daring enough to take up potentially critical expeditions, but in truth he is often forgotten when it comes to his life-long companion Driskoll Breitenstein, a shepherd dog who steals most of the fame and glory, whom Lawrence is slightly jealous of. He once was hailed a remarkable, extravagant explorer, but when Driskoll came into his life things started shifting, and his fame gradually slipped away from under his feet. He is very uptight and is a complete clean freak, for he highly disapproves of his friend smoking or drinking in his presence, especially littering in his office. He is often the one who takes the end of the stick, having been shoved and knocked around shamelessly by his companion when he is agitated or when they are just casually bantering whether it is on their quests or just lounging in the offices. Cowardly but also persuasive, Lawrence tries to live up to the expectation of others around him, but can’t seem to find the spine to do so, as he feels critically challenged by the big, big world due to his size. But when in full rage, he can be quite intimidating, the knowledge of his short stature is often viewed as redundant and his voice is controlling and monstrous. He is fed up with expeditions and wishes to play no part in them, but when things are serious, he is brought in to assist in any way he could, but he recently came to realize that his advice was hardly ever heeded by any of the crew he traveled with, but he thinks it’s all due to the incompetence of Driskoll. He finds his associate irritating and childish, but in spite of his rather negative perception of him and the weird choices the shepherd had made (Alcoholism and smoking, which he believes he should quit otherwise he could risk losing his job), Ealdwine does in fact care deeply for his colleague, and does feel a sense of sympathy when he sees him looking hopeless, and he does strive to assist him in whatever tough situations that befall him. Driskoll confided in him that he should keep it all a secret, even though it’s sometimes too late for it once it becomes obvious. But he doesn’t like holding secrets from others, let alone in a huge, diverse university, he doesn’t want to let his friend down, however (But there have been situations where he feels it’s what’s best for him to get fired) how hard it may be to not report him. He also has a phobia of insects and other sticky creatures, which are unfortunate because the poor bloke is thrown down dark pits and is forced into going on these expeditions, which has been, since his life took a big turn for the worst with Driskoll, nothing short of anything grand or epic to him anymore; He lost his spark and enthusiasm for adventuring long ago, and doesn’t want to bother reigniting his interest, even if his entire life depended on it. 
Lawrence Ealdwine © DetectiveScheper

This fella here is Lawrence Ealdwine, an archeologist who works at Oxford University. He is a red Pembroke Welsh Corgi (With a tail), and he is the main hero of this bizarre tale of warships an’ stuff - The working title is currently ‘Retro’Nine (Though I am fighting the urge to adopt it as its permanent title), ‘Retro Canine’ or if you want something less exciting or demanding or just plain stupid, ‘Punk Punk Doggies’.

To try and sum him up: I would say he is renowned around the land as an expert traveler and has huge rewards hanging at his feet for being daring enough to take up potentially critical expeditions, but in truth he is often forgotten when it comes to his life-long companion Driskoll Breitenstein, a shepherd dog who steals most of the fame and glory, whom Lawrence is slightly jealous of. He once was hailed a remarkable, extravagant explorer, but when Driskoll came into his life things started shifting, and his fame gradually slipped away from under his feet. He is very uptight and is a complete clean freak, for he highly disapproves of his friend smoking or drinking in his presence, especially littering in his office. He is often the one who takes the end of the stick, having been shoved and knocked around shamelessly by his companion when he is agitated or when they are just casually bantering whether it is on their quests or just lounging in the offices. Cowardly but also persuasive, Lawrence tries to live up to the expectation of others around him, but can’t seem to find the spine to do so, as he feels critically challenged by the big, big world due to his size. But when in full rage, he can be quite intimidating, the knowledge of his short stature is often viewed as redundant and his voice is controlling and monstrous. He is fed up with expeditions and wishes to play no part in them, but when things are serious, he is brought in to assist in any way he could, but he recently came to realize that his advice was hardly ever heeded by any of the crew he traveled with, but he thinks it’s all due to the incompetence of Driskoll. He finds his associate irritating and childish, but in spite of his rather negative perception of him and the weird choices the shepherd had made (Alcoholism and smoking, which he believes he should quit otherwise he could risk losing his job), Ealdwine does in fact care deeply for his colleague, and does feel a sense of sympathy when he sees him looking hopeless, and he does strive to assist him in whatever tough situations that befall him. Driskoll confided in him that he should keep it all a secret, even though it’s sometimes too late for it once it becomes obvious. But he doesn’t like holding secrets from others, let alone in a huge, diverse university, he doesn’t want to let his friend down, however (But there have been situations where he feels it’s what’s best for him to get fired) how hard it may be to not report him. He also has a phobia of insects and other sticky creatures, which are unfortunate because the poor bloke is thrown down dark pits and is forced into going on these expeditions, which has been, since his life took a big turn for the worst with Driskoll, nothing short of anything grand or epic to him anymore; He lost his spark and enthusiasm for adventuring long ago, and doesn’t want to bother reigniting his interest, even if his entire life depended on it.

Lawrence Ealdwine © DetectiveScheper

sytytystulppa:

A Finnish soldier with a dog.

sytytystulppa:

A Finnish soldier with a dog.

daily-owls:

I know this is not what some of you want to see, it’s really not but all of you need to know the dangers of using rat poison. Rats eat the poison and the owls eat the rats. Then ends up slowly killing the bird from the inside out. There is plenty other alternatives to using rat poison. I had stumbled upon this little guy because a friend had texted me and told me that he was in a park near my house so…. needing a falconry great horned owl I went to go get the baby to imprint it and use it for falconry but Instead i found the mother hoping from tree to tree around the baby, that died about an hour before I got there. so please everybody think About the consequences your actions will have on the environment and the beautiful majestic creatures that you would inhabit it.

-Cj

vilsa:

k-lionheart:

asian:

*tears up*

Get ready for the Disney movies, people.

So I’m reading the article and then this:

 For example, there is the tale of a maiden who escapes a witch by transforming herself into a pond. The witch then lies on her stomach and drinks all the water, swallowing the young girl, who uses a knife to cut her way out of the witch.

German fairytales are so brutal. (I love that)

vilsa:

k-lionheart:

asian:

*tears up*

Get ready for the Disney movies, people.

So I’m reading the article and then this:

For example, there is the tale of a maiden who escapes a witch by transforming herself into a pond. The witch then lies on her stomach and drinks all the water, swallowing the young girl, who uses a knife to cut her way out of the witch.

German fairytales are so brutal. (I love that)

amandakeesler:

Food porn. Because I’m seriously hungry right now.