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animation, illustration, classic horror films, steampunk, fairy tales, anime, video games

andatsea:

Preview for my piece in Sky Waltz, a SnK fanbook featuring work from 36 different artists. (Thanks for the invite, I enjoyed working on this!)
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andatsea:

Preview for my piece in Sky Waltz, a SnK fanbook featuring work from 36 different artists. (Thanks for the invite, I enjoyed working on this!)

More Info / Storenvy Preorder

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#attack on titan  #artist on tumblr 

gamermusic:

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
Princess Zelda’s Theme

— 3 days ago with 596 notes
#the legend of zelda  #video game  #music 
hyunhans:

→ Top 20 Animes [Tv Series]
- Mononoke

hyunhans:

→ Top 20 Animes [Tv Series]

- Mononoke

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— 4 days ago with 237 notes
#mononoke 

yumbles:

He had heard the door handle rattling and flipped the light switch. She had hoped to sneak back inside unnoticed. Her lip rouge was worn and her cheeks were flushed. ‘You’re standing really close to me,’ she said nervously.


an encounter at a garden party based on a series of sentence prompts the class was given. there’s more coming! (or at least a second to the set)
it’s not particularly halloween-y.. but at least it’s a little mysterious!!!

— 5 days ago with 905 notes
#artist on tumblr  #Illustration 
ashwara:

Hi friends I did this painting for an upcoming homestuck calendar which should be available from the What Pumpkin store sometime soon!!

ashwara:

Hi friends I did this painting for an upcoming homestuck calendar which should be available from the What Pumpkin store sometime soon!!

— 1 week ago with 3049 notes
#homestuck  #artist on tumblr 

netherworldvineyard:

Mushishi (蟲師- written and illustrated by Yuki Urushibara (漆原 友紀 )

Mushishi is an award-winning manga that merges elements of science and folklore in a series of short stories following Ginko, the mushishi (or mushi-master), on his adventures through an imaginary pre-Meji era Japan.  

The first 26 chapters were excellently adapted into a 26-episode anime series. While the English translation of the manga is sadly no longer being reprinted, fan translations can be found online, and both the sub and dub of the anime streams on Netflix and Funimation’s Youtube channel (x)

Mushishi is one of the greatest works of fiction I have encountered in any medium. Some of that is due to my taste for strange in-between creatures and folklore (not to mention masterful scientists with honed deductive abilities), but it’s also the simultaneous simplicity and power of the stories.

These tales encapsulate the whole spectrum of human experience, even while being told through a specific cultural lens; emphasis is given to suffering, grief, abuse, vulnerability, familial and social rejection, the stigma of invisible illness, the fear of not being able to protect oneself or one’s family. But just as present are themes of survival, hope, adaption, forgiveness, compassion, unselfishness, patience— and the Eastern motif of transient life being beautiful because it is transient. 

I could say a lot more about these stories, but I hope you might be inspired to read or watch some of them for yourself. 

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— 1 week ago with 2295 notes
#mushishi