Blood Into Ink

Warning: Strangeness ahead

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I’m very near 500 followers here on my art blog, and very near 2,000 on my personal blog! It’s most definitely time for another art giveaway~ Each drawing will include one character of the winner’s choice!


- Likes do not count, but you may reblog as many times as you want

-Anyone is welcome! You do not need to follow either of my blogs to be eligible

-remember to keep your ask box open once the giveaway is over!

The giveaway will end September 25, 2014. I will message the winners on October 1!

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ITS GIVEAWAY TIME!!!!!!! REBLOG or LIKE and each will count as a entry. I will ship eveywhere! The winner will be randomly chosen tomorrow night at 5pm west coast pacific time. They will recieve an Flourite Seed Pod Pendent! Good luck and have a good day!!!

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Figured I’m due a new family photo since I’ve had quite a few new additions! 

Ungulates: Yak, Zebu, Pig, Thompsons Gazelle, Blackbuck antelope, Sheep x 2, Roe deer, Fallow doe, Young Red deer buck, Yearling muntjac, older muntjac, Mouflon Ram.

Canidae: Coyote, Grey fox, Red fox, Domestic dog (dachshund)

Mustelidae: American River Otter, American Badger, American mink, Skunk, Weasle.

Rodentia: Beaver, Porcupine, Muskrat, Brown Rat, Hamster, Mouse, Grey Squirrel. (complete articulated rat skeleton not shown)

Birds: Jackdaw, Crow, Wood Pidgeon, Mallard duck, Woodcock, Razorbill

Felidae: European shorthair cat, Alaskan bobcat, Alaskan Lynx

Misc: Racoon, Rabbit, Possum, Human Caucasian female, Siamese Crocodile, Common Map Turtle shell, Rock Hyrax

Note: The human skull is over 100 and was owned by a family friend of ours who was a surgeon and used her as a medical study skull. Due to her age she is legal to have without a licence. I never thought I’d even have a skull like her aaaAAAHHH!

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Emily Blincoe: Color-coded photography

We’ve already featured talented Austin-based photographer Emily Blincoe a couple of times on iGNANT. Her output is amazingly creative and never fails to make us smile. Emily is probably best known for her color-coded arrangements.

For her latest works she collected color permutation of tomatoes, oranges, eggs, ice cream and leaves and sorted them into groups and gradients for each image

This just makes me happy.

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Amsterdam-based sculptor Cedric Laquieze decorates real cat and dog skeletons with colorful fake flowers to create some of the insect sculptures you’ve ever seen.

Do these not blow your mind? Composed of bones, plants, feathers, and insect parts, these fairies are the inspired creations of Cedric Laquieze, an Amsterdam based sculptor and recent graduate from the Rietveld academy (class of 2010). There is much more where these came from and I definitely recommend a trip to Cedric’s blog where you can view not only his fairies but also his flower creatures and goddesses – all of which are fantastic!

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