Super Cooper Refs

smugtownmushrooms:

urbpan:

Laetiporus cincinnatus, a mushroom produced by a fungus that mostly parasitizes oak trees, Franklin Park, Boston 8/11/14

Juicy

softwaring:

the sky is v pretty rn

rei-of-moonlight:

☽ॐ☮ Feel Well ☮ॐ☾
bvddhist:







Organic  // Spiritual  // Hippie
bvddhist:

bvddhist:

Organic ☼ // Spiritual ☯ // Hippie ☮








Organic  // Spiritual  // Hippie
raspberry-soda-water:

shabby chic bottles on We Heart It.

raspberry-soda-water:

shabby chic bottles on We Heart It.

tokidoki-hokeypokey:

A Ghibli movie raided the train.

any tips on drawing an anthro cat vs an anthro dog? im having some trouble!

yummytomatoes:

I think an important thing to remember is cats and dogs have very different facial structure; even within their own species can have very varied faces. So, depending on what type of cat/ dog youre drawing their face shape will change.  

dont forget non-domesticated feline/ canine have different faces from the standard domesticated dog/ cat, same thing applies tho. depending on what species they are, their faces will vary.

my advice is study various types of feline and various types of canine. You can easily notice a cats differences from a dogs. a common error i see people make is “dog muzzle syndrome” where they put a dogs nose/ mouth on a cat.

yeh that doesn’t look exactly right…
just be aware of feline/ canine differences when you draw and keep studying! Learn as many types of canine/ feline as you can and it will help you distinguish important differences depending on the face you’re drawing!

reaill:

retrogradeworks:

conceptcookie:

Exercise 26: Shading Gems Results
Check out the results of our Shading Gems exercise here along with the explanation to create your own HERE!

I love this tutorial SO MUCH.

AAAAAAAAH!!!!!!

polarsketch:

Mouths for mouth anon.

polarsketch:

Mouths for mouth anon.

wctruitt:

An amazing log bench

wctruitt:

An amazing log bench

hqcreations:

southern4perspective:

We found a “Purple Spored Puffball” mushroom on your walk this morning. A beautiful specimen without any bugginess. Personally, it’s my favorite mushroom to prepare. It’s like cutting into angel food cake. We just dust the cubes with flour, pepper, and a pinch of salt. We prefer to fry these in butter but I normally recommend an oil because it’s easy to burn the butter…. One has to keep a constant eye on it, but it is worth it!!
http://www.wildmanstevebrill.com/Mushrooms.Folder/Purple-Spored%20Puffball.html

Cool! It looks like chunks of tofu!

peachy colored succulent // joeysplanting

peachy colored succulent // joeysplanting