Finnrakh Tybay

Thorns and grapes

2,066 notes

wethatkindoforc:

barbalarga:

it started with me wondering which teeth troll and orc tusks were (according to the new models, both have elongated premolars! weird). I traced these onto screencaps and please please note that anything beyond the neck is extra haphazard, as i’m not terribly experienced drawing skeletal systems!!
i used humans, baboons, chimpanzees, gorillas, australopithecus, wathogs, cows, american bison, hippopotamuses, hyenas, and wolves as reference for this.

UM AWESOME

wethatkindoforc:

barbalarga:

it started with me wondering which teeth troll and orc tusks were (according to the new models, both have elongated premolars! weird). I traced these onto screencaps and please please note that anything beyond the neck is extra haphazard, as i’m not terribly experienced drawing skeletal systems!!

i used humans, baboons, chimpanzees, gorillas, australopithecus, wathogs, cows, american bison, hippopotamuses, hyenas, and wolves as reference for this.

UM AWESOME

(via akorhaphi)

1,729 notes

kittykatmaniac:

Im all packed for C4 and ready to go!

It’s currently five in the morning so im setting the queue to post this at a more decent hour. I hope the gif works, other wise its gonna be awkward… ah well. By any means, I’m in some serious need of some sleep!

I hope you all have a wonderfully fantastic day! May you reach all your goals!

(via akorhaphi)

25,254 notes

ivy-and-twine:

Industrial designer Scott Summit, of Summit ID, creates incredibly beautiful prosthetic pieces. They are created on a 3D printer, with the user’s other limbs as a point of reference, resulting in beautifully symmetric limbs.  

His philosophy of creating personal and elegant rather than mass-produced, functional pieces really shows through the grace of his work.  

Some of the more beautiful things that come out of this philosophy range from recreating a tattoo that was lost to matching a purse to looking like a piece of sport equipment: whatever is important and personal to the wearer’s life become reflected in their new prosthetic limb. 

(Listen to his Ted Talk here)

(via akorhaphi)