Meanderings in Mythesia

A Study of Magic

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leg refences

Reblogging this not only for artists but also for people who write werewolf (and other animal transformation) fiction.  If a human turned into a wolf, their knee joints would not reverse— what some fic writers mistake for the knee is actually the ankle.  A wolf’s hind feet are relatively long, and they are always walking in way roughly analogous to human “tip-toeing.”

For anyone curious, the artist is Marshall Vandruff and he has a free webinar up on Imaginarium as well as dvds from Gnomon Workshop!

starborn-vagaboo:

pyrositshere:

mastercreart:

leg refences

Reblogging this not only for artists but also for people who write werewolf (and other animal transformation) fiction.  If a human turned into a wolf, their knee joints would not reverse— what some fic writers mistake for the knee is actually the ankle.  A wolf’s hind feet are relatively long, and they are always walking in way roughly analogous to human “tip-toeing.”

For anyone curious, the artist is Marshall Vandruff and he has a free webinar up on Imaginarium as well as dvds from Gnomon Workshop!

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So you guys know how I can get ambitious about the weirdest things sometimes? Well I’m gonna be an old 40’s P.I. for halloween so I bought a leather journal that I beat the hell out of and now I’m filling its pages with a story so that there will be writing in it. Then I’ll spill whiskey on it and coffee and make it more greasy and crinkled but anyway

The story is actually coming along nicely and I may start posting it on this blog. So if you don’t feel like reading it I suggest you block all my “Trickster” tags.

Filed under writing not sure if I'm gonna do it but if I do I'll tag it 'Trickster' like this Trickster see? easy the life of Matt

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Wooden Cityscapes Sculpted by James McNabb

Like other miniature cityscapes we’ve featured in the past, The City Series depicts tiny skyscrapers made out of unusual materials. But that’s where the likeness to other exhibits ends. McNabb describes his artistic process as “sketching with a band saw.” Each element of the exhibit displays intricate building-like forms shaped from woods of different light and dark tones. McNabb says his initial intent was not to build skylines, but individual wooden pieces which resembled tools or other strangely familiar objects. After he built nearly 250 of them in a day he noticed that they began to resemble a miniature city, and from there The City Series was born.