The Lion's Den
terracosmonaut:

六人会議 | 梟ネジ
dodomir23:

ANNNNNDDD DONE!
damn that took me quite a while

dodomir23:

ANNNNNDDD DONE!

damn that took me quite a while

ringuaberuu:

you see a baby bird. what do you do

ringuaberuu:

you see a baby bird. what do you do

laughingman9:

Plainly Dark Souls inspired fantasy watercolor painting before and after I went balls to the wall in Photoshop.

mxydxy:

iraffiruse:

The Quokka

HE POSED FOR A FUCKKJNG SELFIIWE I CANT RIGHT NOWE

ghoulnextdoor:

'Das Unheimliche Buch' (The Eerie Book) Morocco leather Bound by Karl Ebert.Edited by Felix Schloemp. With a foreword by Karl Hans Strobl and fifteen images of Alfred Kubin. George Mueller, Munich 1914

ghoulnextdoor:

'Das Unheimliche Buch' (The Eerie Book) Morocco leather Bound by Karl Ebert.Edited by Felix Schloemp. With a foreword by Karl Hans Strobl and fifteen images of Alfred Kubin. George Mueller, Munich 1914

wonderous-world:

The Siberian Flying Squirrel photographed by  can be found in Russia, China, and Japan, as well as a few other countries. They tend to live in spruce, cider, or pine trees and they depend on the trees for their housing and food. Siberian flying squirrels are currently listed as near threatened and they are rapidly decreasing due to deforestation of the trees they so fully rely on [text source]