This is one of my all-time favourites from the site, by artist lires :
Hoi, welcome to da Tem house of horrors! Yeah, I like Undertale. I know this one is possibly not everyone's cup of tea, but look at it. It’s so adorable! Note that this, and several other comic panels, are part of the creator’s AU for Undertale, and are somewhat darker, in places, than the game is. If this panel amuses or interests you, or if you like Undertale, it’s definitely worth a look.
Thanks for all the Tems, zarla !
Next, I will move onto fashion design. These silk scarves are absolutely stunning, and superbly crafted by MiaErrianIrielynn :
Next is a set of upper body, leather armour fit for a high fantasy adventurer, as well as an intricate and fantastical corset set. SavagePunkStudio has created several such pieces, and I love how they are all so beautiful, but also seem very functional.
The next profile is one which is well-known, and I fear I am being a bit presumptuous to feature them. However, I feel this way about quite a few of the people I have featured, and I don’t think they will be offended about good publicity . Firefly-Path has invented some of the most sumptuous and creative gowns and accessories that I have ever seen. The list of designs is extensive, so I will feature just three: the Siren Headress, the Starlight Gown and the Rose Armor Gown:
Now, I have a bit of a thing for book binding and unique journals. This might be because I sometimes enjoy writing by hand as opposed to typing. Naturally, I couldn’t pass up highlighting these books:
First, a couple of glorious specimens by Gwillieth :
Thanks Vanyanie !
Finally, I would like to include a short passage by Nocturnaliss. It is supposed to be an introduction to a written work, but is, nonetheless, an insightful look at what it is to be a creator; to have an inherent impulse to write, or paint, or sew, or design, or photograph, or maybe just to imagine. Sometimes, as explored in this passage, life can be sad or confronting, but it hasn’t stopped Nocturnaliss, and it needn’t stop any of you, either!
ACWAN 1.1 - IntroductionTo know where you're headed, you must understand whence you came.
I've always had a loving relationship with writing. When I was little, I wrote stories that, surprisingly, are actually still good – globally, since they'd need tons of revising and grammar checks and spelling fixings. I recently found a story I'd typed up on my mom's electric typewriter when I was, I don't know, something like 10? Maybe not even that? It was before I had a Commodore 64 (because I'm old), so I might have been 6, 7, I have no idea. It was a story that ended in drama – with a prince and princess and a fox, and someone dying at the end. Yet, even now, I find that story compelling despite its numerous youthful flaws. Words, as well as a certain sense of morbidity, have always been with me. They are a base for life and a base for hope and a desire to write, as I find the world we live in bleak and, at times, pointless: thus, I want to write an uplifting story themed around love, sacrifice, and dea
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