i’m making icons of pitch crying and Toto refuses to talk to me because of them
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KRIKOR JABOTIAN Akhtamar Collection 2014
Set in a 1920’s New York where Prohibition outlaws the brewing of spells, the story follows Vincent Byrde, a hard-boiled PI who struggles with a magic curse. After a long career hunting magic bootleggers, Vincent has become obsessed with the frustrating case of Jimmy Wonder: a young, up-and-coming spellrunner who keeps slipping out of the hands of the law. Their dance takes a complicated turn when Kitty Lovelace — well-known to be Jimmy’s main girl — walks out on Wonder and into Vincent’s life.
It’s been two years since STW was concepted and it’s so exciting to both Muun and I to be in the final stretch of it. This has been a particularly ambitious project for us, so please check it out and support us!
Special thanks to resident tumblr voice actor prozdvoices and amazing friend Olivia Brown for bringing our characters to life.
The Kickstarter is going on until March 25! Please check it out and support if you like!
Aaaaaaaaaand Small Town Witch breached it’s $7K goal in just 20 hours. Holy cow.
Thank you so, so much. Please keep spreading the word and supporting! If we make it to $15K we can print the book in beautiful hardcover!!
Reblogging because we made it to 18K yesterday! Thank you all so much. Our next stretch goal is 25K and if we make it we’ll print an artbook! It will include all the concepts plus some fun extras, so by all means check it out!
Aah, I want that artbook! Help backing up this great project, please!
School assignments! Based on The Snow Maiden, Prince Ivan and the Gray Wolf and Vasilisa the Beautiful.
I would love to draw my interpretations of these stories as comics someday!
The full lineup, now with Poison Ivy and Supergirl! Sorry for the slight repost, I think seeing them together makes the overall unifying design elements clearer (like the weird 90’s vibe haha).
Street clothes super heroes/villains!
Sketched Nightmare!Jack in school today.
Okay, the reason I haven’t responded to this ask yet is because I DID respond to it and then Firefox crashed and I lost my response and it was like 4 paragraphs long *whines.*
Firstly, all freshwater waterhorses have problems with each other (in the canon of the fae tales verse - in AUs and RPs obviously, this can change as it needs to). Augus is actually an exception to the rule, in choosing to raise Ash, and that’s why both Ash and Augus are a bit ‘weird’ overall in terms of waterhorse personality. Augus’ territoriality around other waterhorses is extremely strong.
Augus will react to any freshwater waterhorse with immediate lethal force, regardless of how gently or meekly they’re trying to approach, if they’re on his territory. And he is vicious, and has quite a significant number of waterhorse kills under his belt. And some he’s won simply because he’s struck so early and not followed some of the more ritualistic hostility threats first. Augus is actually far more vicious than the average freshwater waterhorse that will usually just try and discourage another waterhorse away via hostility. He’s more vicious than average because he had Ash to protect when they were growing up, and it’s exacerbated his territoriality.
Outside of his territory, it’s still a bit of a problem. In the Unseelie Court, when he served under the Raven Prince, he had to excuse himself immediately if he saw another freshwater waterhorse enter the room. He could be civil, but he preferred not to take the risk, because once he starts attacking with lethal force, he doesn’t want to stop until someone is dead. He’d just rather not start.
That being said, Augus actually respects most other freshwater waterhorses. For example, when Gwyn reveals he tortured the Ceffyl Dwr, Augus says that Gwyn should be ashamed of himself. He’s not happy at the idea of it. He will talk of other predatory waterhorses in particular with respect, and he’ll follow up on them via gossip channels. He’d never go and attack them on their territory because he thinks that’s terribly uncouth, and he leaves them alone out of respect to them. So in the canon, the freshwater waterhorses, especially the predatory Unseelie ones, all have this unspoken accord where they just leave each other alone and live their own lives.
Incidentally, this is also why Augus finds it very hard to find food. Because he doesn’t like to travel to other continents where other waterhorses might live and be hunting. So he tends to stick to his own ‘range.’ He’s continent hopped a couple of times, but it makes him very uncomfortable.
"Often enough for me to worry, but not frequently enough for me to crumble completely. At least, not yet. The King has been dormant for a while, now. I don’t think they plan to come out any time soon, but they remain here, within me."
A hellhound is a supernatural dog, found in folklore. A wide variety of ominous or hellish supernatural dogs occur in mythologies around the world, similar to the oft-seen dragon. Features that have been attributed to hellhounds include black fur, glowing red, or, sometimes, yellow eyes, super strength or speed, ghostly or phantom characteristics, foul odor, and sometimes even the ability to talk. Certain European legends state that if someone stares into a hellhound’s eyes three times or more, that person will surely die. In cultures that associate the afterlife with fire, hellhounds may have fire-based abilities and appearance. They are often assigned to guard the entrances to the world of the dead, such as graveyards and burial grounds, or undertake other duties related to the afterlife or the supernatural, such as hunting lost souls or guarding a supernatural treasure. In European legends, seeing a hellhound or hearing it howl may be an omen or even a cause of death.
Some supernatural dogs, such as the Welsh Cŵn Annwn, were actually believed to be benign. However, encountering them was still considered to be a sign of imminent death.