arlmuffin:

Read left to right.

A while back I drew some modernised Touhou AU stuff, I guess this goes to the same world retelling part of Fairy Wars. Kind of rushed, not to talk about the weird consistency. Just wanted to draw some new touhou designs but guess awkward comic practise came with it.

panchuari:

I remember that on 09/09/09 my internet download speed skyrocketed from 20KB/s to 120KB/s

panchuari:

I remember that on 09/09/09 my internet download speed skyrocketed from 20KB/s to 120KB/s

El día de Cirno.

supahbeefcakes:

sayonara-jc:

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Just look at how strong she is.

Better late than never, happy -belated- Cirno day!

Que pasa, Cirñorita

dios mios

j5daigada:

well damn

j5daigada:

well damn

ZUN - Sepette For The Scarlet Devil (Remastered)
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Zun, very recently announced on his blog, that he will remake the first few windows games.

Decidedly, he gave out a sample of his work online.

Check THWiki for more.

therapsid:

sims 4 may be missing a lot of basic game elements (i bet EA is gonna put them all in expansion packs) but i think the “scale objects infinitely” thing with Shift + ] makes up for it

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(swiped from LGR’s twitter)

art-of-swords:

Combination Lefauchaux Pinfire Revolver and Sword

  • Dated: circa 1800
  • Measurements: overall length 26 3/4 inches; blade length 18 1/2 inches; barrel length 3 1/2 inch round

Manufactured in Paris, France, this weapon combines a short bladed sword with a six-shot pepperbox revolver. The blade has a short double fullers leading to single fullers which run the rest of the length, panels of etched scrollwork on each side.

There also an etched scene of a deer in the woods on the left ricasso and the inscription “ALFREDO HEROUARD/LIMA”, which is the mark of a Portuguese agent and importer. The latter can be found on the right ahead of the revolver barrel.

The barrel runs along the right side of the blade, signed “E Lefauchaux a Paris” on top, with the serial number and a swiveling ejector rod on the front, a hinged loading gate at the rear, smooth hooked trigger and a checkered hammer.

The silver guard and pommel cap are engraved with scroll designs, and the grips are checkered ebony with a silver finished escutcheon. Two identical swords, complete with Herouard retailer mark and sheaths, are pictured on page 194 of “The Pinfire System” by Smith & Curtis.

Source: Copyright © 2014 Rock Island Auctions

hakurei:

digitally-colored pencil sketch from last yeara fool trying to act cool

hakurei:

digitally-colored pencil sketch from last year
a fool trying to act cool