twcgentleman13:

Hell to the yeah.

twcgentleman13:

Hell to the yeah.


eyyy I’m sorry I didn’t catch you on your birthday, but I still wanted to throw something together real fast to say “Happy Birthday!!!”… er belated birthday! And hope you’re doing okay ;v;/

Aah, no worries, it turns out I’m late to respond. Sorry about that, but thank you for the birthday wishes!! And thank you very much for the Cecilia!! She’s super duper cute and I always love every time you draw her. It makes me smile. I hope you’re doing okay too!!!! Thank you so much, Nicole!!

eyyy I’m sorry I didn’t catch you on your birthday, but I still wanted to throw something together real fast to say “Happy Birthday!!!”… er belated birthday! And hope you’re doing okay ;v;/

Aah, no worries, it turns out I’m late to respond. Sorry about that, but thank you for the birthday wishes!! And thank you very much for the Cecilia!! She’s super duper cute and I always love every time you draw her. It makes me smile. I hope you’re doing okay too!!!! Thank you so much, Nicole!!

Happy Bday bro meister!

Thank you very much, Walt!! I appreciate it greatly. Sorry for the late reply I’ve been a bit busy today. But yeah, thanks!! Always good to hear from you. ^u^

hey hey hey before you go to sleep (or not I guess maybe), happy birthday!!

Ooh, you got lucky. I saw the notification before logging off. Thank you very much for the birthday wishes!! I do really appreciate this message a lot.

Okie dokie then. It is bed time for me. Thank you guys for the messages. I do appreciate them. Good night.

I didn't realize it was your birthday! I hope it was a good one! (Also I don't know if you're planning on coming back soon or not but I miss seeing your posts on my dash!)

Aaa, thank you. It was a good birthday. And sorry for being away for over two weeks now, I’ve just needed a break… I might be back in August.

you share the same name as my kid brother

It’s a fairly popular name.

And apologies for the terse reply, but I’m actually pretty tired and need to be heading to bed…

it's your birthday?? omfg happy birthday hope it was good so far

Indeed, it is. And it was a really good birthday. The best I’ve had yet. And thank you very very much!! I appreciate the message a lot. It means a lot.

Happy birthday Tristan!

Thank you very very much Stephanie!!!! ;u;

I’ve been offline from Tumblr for over two weeks, but I’ve been checking in here and there. And I very much appreciate the birthday wishes, today.

Thank you!!

shotalitarianism replied to your post: Read More →Read More Now!

is it anything i’ve posted bc i do try to tag all the media i post

I wouldn’t be able to tell you, since I scroll past the posts and any time you do tag it, it would get tumblr savioured, so I wouldn’t eally have reason to recollect any instances of it. Don’t worry though, I’m just complaining without that good a reason.

nargyle:

It’s done! I’m happy with the coloring liberties I took with this one. Pretty soldiers of Love and Justice coming to an Anime Expo near you!

nargyle:

It’s done! I’m happy with the coloring liberties I took with this one. Pretty soldiers of Love and Justice coming to an Anime Expo near you!

tinyshell:

I felt like drawing the moon babe

raspbeary:

girls and their kitties

raspbeary:

girls and their kitties

victoriousvocabulary:

MANDRAGORA
[noun]
1. a narcotic, short-stemmed European plant, Mandragora officinarum, of the nightshade family, having a fleshy, often forked root somewhat resembling a human form. Also known as a mandrake.
2. another name for the May apple.
Etymology: probably via Middle Dutch or English from Latin mandragoras (whence Old English mandragora), from Greek. The form mandrake was probably adopted through folk etymology, because of the allegedly human appearance of the root and because drake (dragon) suggested magical powers.
[Benjamin A. Vierling - Mandragora]

victoriousvocabulary:

MANDRAGORA

[noun]

1. a narcotic, short-stemmed European plant, Mandragora officinarum, of the nightshade family, having a fleshy, often forked root somewhat resembling a human form. Also known as a mandrake.

2. another name for the May apple.

Etymology: probably via Middle Dutch or English from Latin mandragoras (whence Old English mandragora), from Greek. The form mandrake was probably adopted through folk etymology, because of the allegedly human appearance of the root and because drake (dragon) suggested magical powers.

[Benjamin A. Vierling - Mandragora]