endrae:

this didn’t end up like I planned but ohwell

endrae:

this didn’t end up like I planned but ohwell

robotjoe:

Monsterlady

robotjoe:

Monsterlady

chocolate-time-machine:

this was fun

It would be GREAT if his body was devoured instead of being wasted by incineration or burial.  Wasting good flesh is a very terrible thing.  

In THIS case, laugh maniacally at his impending doom before screaming in pure agony while being dismembered and disemboweled alive.   At least he’s serving a good purpose in the end.  His only wish is that he died quickly.

arcaneimages:

Steven Russell Black
kuudoh:

gosh ` __ `

kuudoh:

gosh ` __ `

maxvelocity:

last chardesign project! some lil video game baddies (and a big one), stages 1, 2, and 3.
now i’m outta class for 2 months and ready to be a burden on society

maxvelocity:

last chardesign project! some lil video game baddies (and a big one), stages 1, 2, and 3.

now i’m outta class for 2 months and ready to be a burden on society

art-of-swords:

Swords
In order from top to bottom: 
1. Thrusting Sword, German ca. 1550, pommel and quillon with burled decor. 
2. Hand and a Half Sword, German ca. 1520, with blade inscription and crucifix. 
3. Hand and a Half Sword, German ca. 1530, flower-bud shaped pommel and quillon ends, the blade with smith’s markings of JOHANNES HOPPE, Solingen. 
4. Battle Sword, German ca. 1600, the blade with imperial orb marks. 
5. Hand and a Half Sword, German ca. 1580, the blade with smith’s marks 
Source: Image and description Copyright Fricker Historical Weapons 

art-of-swords:

Swords

In order from top to bottom: 

1. Thrusting Sword, German ca. 1550, pommel and quillon with burled decor. 

2. Hand and a Half Sword, German ca. 1520, with blade inscription and crucifix. 

3. Hand and a Half Sword, German ca. 1530, flower-bud shaped pommel and quillon ends, the blade with smith’s markings of JOHANNES HOPPE, Solingen. 

4. Battle Sword, German ca. 1600, the blade with imperial orb marks. 

5. Hand and a Half Sword, German ca. 1580, the blade with smith’s marks 

Source: Image and description Copyright Fricker Historical Weapons