The Pirate's Swag

Nicknamed the Pirate due to a unique taste in clothing, I decided to fly with such a title. Personal art and photography, Steampunk things, random fandoms, and some ramblings of a starving college student all found here. c: Feel free to leave a message, I don't bite hard.

I am on hiatus! I will be back come July-August of 2015! I will miss you all, my queue will be running until it runs out. My art blog will get posts once or twice a month, too.
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Ask me anything!
alicexz:

Doodle time… u okay, spn fandom…? I’m seriously concerned for your health.

alicexz:

Doodle time… u okay, spn fandom…? I’m seriously concerned for your health.


Leap of Faith - Assassins Creed fan art illustration from digital artist Chao Yuan Xu.

Leap of Faith - Assassins Creed fan art illustration from digital artist Chao Yuan Xu.

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leppu:

I’m in serious need of cats

leppu:

I’m in serious need of cats

leppu:

I wanna pop those boils..

leppu:

I wanna pop those boils..

leppu:

I’m so happy that I can draw Toska in PRace again for the longest time ahhh aaaahhhhhh he’s so fun to draw because BIG NOSE AND TEETH

leppu:

I’m so happy that I can draw Toska in PRace again for the longest time ahhh aaaahhhhhh he’s so fun to draw because BIG NOSE AND TEETH

thedailywhat:

Correction of the Day: An earlier post from last week misidentified the photograph as having been taken in Gaza and thereby implied that the boy is Palestinian. The photograph was actually taken in the West Bank city of Hebron by photojournalist Ziv Koren of an Israeli boy dressed up as a bunny during the Jewish holiday of Purim in 2003. For the record, no Israeli ground forces have entered Gaza since its withdrawal from the region in January 2009.

thedailywhat:

Correction of the Day: An earlier post from last week misidentified the photograph as having been taken in Gaza and thereby implied that the boy is Palestinian. The photograph was actually taken in the West Bank city of Hebron by photojournalist Ziv Koren of an Israeli boy dressed up as a bunny during the Jewish holiday of Purim in 2003. For the record, no Israeli ground forces have entered Gaza since its withdrawal from the region in January 2009.

(Source: urbangallery972.com, via marialagidyne)

blogconfirmedfordumb:

malformalady:

The sheep had drowned while trying to cross a small canal in the meadow-swamp ‘Tøndermasken’ in southern Jylland in Denmark. Birds had eaten every part above the surface and everything under was left totally untouched.  from the National Geographic Photo Contest 2012. Via TYWKIWDBI
Photo credit: Johannes Bojesen 

rachel this is the creepiest thing I’ve ever seen

blogconfirmedfordumb:

malformalady:

The sheep had drowned while trying to cross a small canal in the meadow-swamp ‘Tøndermasken’ in southern Jylland in Denmark. Birds had eaten every part above the surface and everything under was left totally untouched.  from the National Geographic Photo Contest 2012. Via TYWKIWDBI

Photo credit: Johannes Bojesen

rachel this is the creepiest thing I’ve ever seen

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unseenphotofair:

Zostrerop #1, 2012, 2008, from ‘The Incomplete Dictionairy of Show Birds © Luke Stephenson/The Photographers’ Gallery

unseenphotofair:

Zostrerop #1, 2012, 2008, from ‘The Incomplete Dictionairy of Show Birds © Luke Stephenson/The Photographers’ Gallery

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bowtied:

digimage:

lizawithazed:

I hold you in high esteem if you get this joke.

I understand this reference

Oh! Bird puns!
Alright, alright, going with the crow theme — did you know, the only real difference between crows and ravens is that crows have five pinion feathers, and that ravens only have four.
So the difference between a crow and a raven? Well, that’s a matter of…..

….a pinion.

bowtied:

digimage:

lizawithazed:

I hold you in high esteem if you get this joke.

I understand this reference

Oh! Bird puns!

Alright, alright, going with the crow theme — did you know, the only real difference between crows and ravens is that crows have five pinion feathers, and that ravens only have four.

So the difference between a crow and a raven? Well, that’s a matter of…..

….a pinion.

(Source: paronomaniac, via bartheswasright-deactivated2014)