The first two pages from my upcoming comic Horus Story, the very true story of Horus’ birth according to Egyptian legend.
AAAAAHHH LITTLE SET AHAHHAH
Laughing entirely too hard oh my god
“I really want that box”
Put the costume, wig, and makeup on all together for the first time! I think next time i’ll use more blush, but for the most part i’m happy with it. I didn’t do much, it’s just foundation and a bit of bronze eyeliner - I wanted to keep it as natural looking as possible!
I shall venture outside and get some ~real~ (non mirror) shots of this on Saturday! I’m really excited.
okay WOW you win cosplay forever
you are perf
In the dry lakebed of Racetrack, Death Valley stones as big as 700 pounds mysteriously slide across the surface of the earth without any notable external forces acting upon them. While some researchers believe a combination of natural events, such as wind and ice, cause these stones to “sail”, others question this theory pointing out that the stones don’t follow a predictable path and change directions abruptly.
THE PIONEERS USED TO RIDE THESE BABIES FOR MILES
Part 1 of my design final! I used a limited color pallet to create a character. As well as trying to use less outlines than I normally do.
Initially I had doodled a bunch of mermaids but then suddenly there was this fancy lady trying to go somewhere in a gust of wind. No regrets.
wowie, this is lovely, Mari! Love the muted color palette.