1. i will cry for ten thousand years if i cannot romance cass with a female pc

    i will cry for ten thousand years if i cannot romance cass with a female pc

  2. basically i’ve done nothing since graduation except play animal crossing
vesta is the actual cutest thing in my town of kirkwall (followed closely by frank and agent s). i somehow managed to get two of the creepy bearded bears (barold and beardo) but now they’ve grown on me.

    basically i’ve done nothing since graduation except play animal crossing

    vesta is the actual cutest thing in my town of kirkwall (followed closely by frank and agent s). i somehow managed to get two of the creepy bearded bears (barold and beardo) but now they’ve grown on me.

  3. i did like httyd2 but why… was the villain the only close to non-white looking person in the movie…

  4. i finally got a 3DS with acnl and pokemon x to reward myself for finally graduating college, haha. my friend code is 5000-3976-1310. add me pls/give me your friend codes?

  5. BREATHES HEAVILY……

    BREATHES HEAVILY……

  6. medievalpoc:


[attribution arguable, see mod note]
Domenico Tintoretto(Italian, 1560–1635)Portrait of a Man, ca. 1600 Oil on canvas 50 x 40 inches (1270 x 1016 mm)
High-quality full view here: [x]
(description from the website) The unidentified subject of this portrait, painted in Venice by Domenico Tintoretto, son of the more famous Jacopo, is believed to be a Moorish ambassador to the Venetian court.

[mod note]
I have a post of this work already, but the info I have varies a great deal from yours. Revealing the African Presence in Renaissance Europe has the artist listed as Raffaello Schiamiossi (as opposed to Tintoretto), and the man depicted as actually Don Antonio Manuel de Funta (not “a man”), who was ambassador of the King of Kongo to the Pope, in Rome (not Venice).
The massive difference here is truly baffling, unless it’s a copy.

Ah, I believe there was a mistake with the original post. If you look closely at the catalog, the Schiamiossi is actually listed as 66., which matches the number on the engraving below this painting. Also, the medium for the Schiamiossi is listed as etching and engraving. On the left page, you can see the description of 65. which lists this oil painting as under workshop of Domenico Tintoretto. The way they organized the catalog layout is pretty weird; it’s easy to see how one could make this mistake!
(I actually saw this show at my school, where the painting was listed under this title and attribution I submitted and the engraving was listed as a portrait of the ambassador of the King of Kongo. I even wrote a paper about this painting, lol.)
Hope that clears it up!

    medievalpoc:

    [attribution arguable, see mod note]

    Domenico Tintoretto
    (Italian, 1560–1635)
    Portrait of a Man, ca. 1600
    Oil on canvas
    50 x 40 inches (1270 x 1016 mm)

    High-quality full view here: [x]

    (description from the website)
    The unidentified subject of this portrait, painted in Venice by Domenico Tintoretto, son of the more famous Jacopo, is believed to be a Moorish ambassador to the Venetian court.

    [mod note]

    I have a post of this work already, but the info I have varies a great deal from yours. Revealing the African Presence in Renaissance Europe has the artist listed as Raffaello Schiamiossi (as opposed to Tintoretto), and the man depicted as actually Don Antonio Manuel de Funta (not “a man”), who was ambassador of the King of Kongo to the Pope, in Rome (not Venice).

    The massive difference here is truly baffling, unless it’s a copy.

    Ah, I believe there was a mistake with the original post. If you look closely at the catalog, the Schiamiossi is actually listed as 66., which matches the number on the engraving below this painting. Also, the medium for the Schiamiossi is listed as etching and engraving. On the left page, you can see the description of 65. which lists this oil painting as under workshop of Domenico Tintoretto. The way they organized the catalog layout is pretty weird; it’s easy to see how one could make this mistake!

    (I actually saw this show at my school, where the painting was listed under this title and attribution I submitted and the engraving was listed as a portrait of the ambassador of the King of Kongo. I even wrote a paper about this painting, lol.)

    Hope that clears it up!

  7. let’s try out this new child of light game!

    …i said 7 hours ago. i have been playing it since. what the heck it is both beautiful and fun interrupts are so satisfying

  8. URS FISCHER
    mermaid, 2014
    Cast bronze
    40 1/2 x 48 x 84 inches (102.9 x 121.9 x 213.4 cm)

    i went to see galleries on the lower east side and in chelsea with my classmates and professor.

    this was an interesting space. they took over an empty chase bank and just plopped sculptures all over it. they left all the bank stuff there and taped up all the combinations for the safes so you could poke around the old office supplies.

  9. guys, somebody burned down our local vet clinic

    uminoko:

    (with animals still inside)

    Please spread the word, signal boost, and donate if you can.

  10. iheartapostates:

Solan, Solan, hair long, eyes stolenHow does your garden grow?With marrow and blood, through frost and floodsAnd over a labyrinth of bones
- Chasind nursery rhyme

    iheartapostates:

    Solan, Solan, hair long, eyes stolen
    How does your garden grow?
    With marrow and blood, through frost and floods
    And over a labyrinth of bones

    - Chasind nursery rhyme

  11. ok i’ll play civ for just two hours then get back to work

    — famous last words

  12. payroo's snk quarantine zone    →

    payroo:

    i used to not believe in sideblogs until the snk on my blog got out of control. but anyway, i’ll only be posting attack on titan | shingeki no kyojin content on the sideblog now.

    apologies and a heartfelt thank you to all the non-snk followers who endured my descent into hell on this blog for so long!!! and to the people who followed me for snk stuff… sorry, but bioware is going to be the main jam on this blog now ;;

  13. here is an illustration of milk that i did for my campus job where i drew the milk in a bottle first and she told me that she was thinking of a pitcher and then i drew a pitcher and she told me she wanted a bottle…
but i liked the way i drew this pitcher (also i spent a stupid amount of time on it) so i’m posting it here for posterity…

    here is an illustration of milk that i did for my campus job where i drew the milk in a bottle first and she told me that she was thinking of a pitcher and then i drew a pitcher and she told me she wanted a bottle…

    but i liked the way i drew this pitcher (also i spent a stupid amount of time on it) so i’m posting it here for posterity…

  14. I like handwriting, procrastination, and bandwagons
aaand i forgot to post the actual meme…
Questions:
1. Your name2. url/handle3. Blog title4. Favorite color?5. Crush/Significant other6. CAPSLOCK SOMETHING7. Favorite band?8. Lucky/favorite number9. Favorite drink10. Tag your buddies!

    I like handwriting, procrastination, and bandwagons

    aaand i forgot to post the actual meme…

    Questions:

    1. Your name
    2. url/handle
    3. Blog title
    4. Favorite color?
    5. Crush/Significant other
    6. CAPSLOCK SOMETHING
    7. Favorite band?
    8. Lucky/favorite number
    9. Favorite drink
    10. Tag your buddies!

  15. jmengart:

    Places 2 | Do

    Things 2 | Be

    The 9 oil paintings from my thesis show! There was an installation component as well, but I’m still going through my photos from that.