> Francesca Wellborn
Deviant Art : http://pythosblaze.deviantart.com/
You should aslo absolutely check her ” Fu Beasties “
gallery too : http://pythosblaze.deviantart.com/gallery/26299004
Gems and dragons? Perfect.
All of the species of dinosaurs that you will be able to play as in Dino Run 2!
That is of course… If the game gets funded on the Kickstarter! There are only 3 days left and it needs some serious signal boosting!
are u kidding me please help fund dinoruN!!!!
mere days left and not halfway to the funds asked for, its looking grim
Yes, it indeed looks grim. But focusing on how grim it does look won’t help in the slightest. Spreading and pledging on the other hand might’ve help by a chance and certainly won’t hurt!
>when someone makes art of your OC
>when someone makes NSFW art of your OC
Day 2! Fave Dark type is Zweilous! hehehe give them all to me.
eyyyy i drew a thing for a thing eeEEYyyY
hi, have some of this jerk
Udo Schmidt is fascinated by beetles. Now 70-years-old, the retired German researcher has been collecting them since his late 20s. The drawers housing Udo’s awesome collection contain 30,000 specimens representing over 6,000 species.
“Since more than 350,000 species of beetles have been classified, and I have published photos of just 1,600 of them, there is absolutely no danger that I will run out of work,” Schmidt told Wired.
Schmidt’s hobby has taken him to 22 countries around the world. “I prefer to collect in Africa, in the dung of mammals,” he said.
He is inspired by the “overwhelming variety of shapes and colors, beauty and elegance,” of beetles — the largest group of insects in the world. Evolutionary biologists struggle to explain this seemingly excessive diversity.
Thankfully Udo is also a skilled photographer, so we don’t have to knock on his door in order to get a close look at his stunning insect archive. Visit his website and Flickr stream to view many more astonishing images of Udo’s beautiful beetles.