. . .With a Melon?

The young prince bowing to the assembly. Suddenly, he stops. He looks up. For lo… there she stands. The girl of his dreams. Who she is or whence she came, he knows not, nor does he care, for his heart tells him that here, here is the maid predestined to be his bride.

The Space We Live In (x)

littaly:

fuckdropandroll:

whatfulllipsyouhave:

meredithalden:

a public service announcement

I still don’t understand why none of my art teachers ever told us this.

Okay normally I don’t get all art on anyone but this is terribly wrong, digital works and traditional works have completely different colors palettes for a reason.Okay, let me amend this-red, blue, and yellow are your primary colors-because you can theoretically mix all colors with them, as in MIX. With CMYK, what’s actually happening is a billion of overlayed dots that make up an illusion of color. CMYK is often referred to as a commercial color scheme, it is not ‘better’ or ‘the actual primary colors.’
If you are getting muddy pigments when painting, it’s because as a good painting course will teach you-you use warm and cool of each color. You don’t just buy cadmium read, ultramarine blue, and cadmium yellow, you buy alizarin crimson, prussian blue, and lemon yellow, too. Most people advise to get a warm and cool of each primary, and then a tube of each secondary color.. Unless you’re going for a particular aesthetic, CMYK won’t really work for paintings. Please don’t do this.

^YES. CMYK is more used for digital work and printable work rather than traditional paintings

qualities of a hero

yummyinmytumbly:

“The Best Classic Snickerdoodle Cookies”

yummyinmytumbly:

The Best Classic Snickerdoodle Cookies

antlercrowns:

the lion king colour palettes  -  circle of life

art-classique:

Favourite Artists -> Edgar Degas (finished works) (sketches)

royal-food:

White Raspberry Truffle No Bake Cheesecake

royal-food:

White Raspberry Truffle No Bake Cheesecake

snowwhties:

classic disney week; day 7 - free day

beautiful scenery  (1937-1967)