F.M. Langer

antiquarian, guilty bystander, philosopher king

llesim:

Gooble gobble, one of us!

I still have this half-AU in my head, that Delilah made refugee asylum for “fallen women” in Brigmore manor (like real asylum, not like that Magdalene one) and they grow fruits and veggies and when they crave for meat they just hunt for overseers, and they paint and read poetry in the evening and collect men’s bones for charms and all live here happily ever after.
(I know she is far from being nice protective auntie, but c’mon)


And pathetic pointless fangirl rant under:

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yudori:

My professor once said in the class he saw a man with Maori tattoo on his face wearing black suit, walking down the street in New York.
I thought it would be pretty interesting to draw but wasn’t particularly into Maori tattoos.

yudori:

My professor once said in the class he saw a man with Maori tattoo on his face wearing black suit, walking down the street in New York.

I thought it would be pretty interesting to draw but wasn’t particularly into Maori tattoos.

ain’t no party like a Gatsby party because a Gatsby party don’t stop until at least two people are dead and everyone is disillusioned with the jazz age as a whole

(Source: spacecaptainoftheforest, via hamiltonkitty)

celine-kim:

I’m so sad that I barely have any time/ motivation for fanarts for so long ;_;

These guys are part of the Thumbelina project I’m working on!

emilytulett:


Donato Giancola’s The Taming of Smeagol
The relationship of Frodo and Gollum, the most psychological and symbolic in The Lord of the Rings, reveals a dark labyrinth of choices and split personalities. On the surface Gollum shows what Frodo could become should he succumb to the ring’s powerful temptations, but by sparing Gollum and mastering his own temptations, Frodo chooses his own salvation, both body and soul. This painting echoes Judas’ cruel and tender kiss, identifying the savior, since ultimately and unexpectedly, Frodo’s conflicted mercy leads to the unwilling sacrifice of Smeagol, which heals all Middle-earth.

Such a beautiful work, I’m already picking out the space where this will go on my wall.

emilytulett:

Donato Giancola’s The Taming of Smeagol

The relationship of Frodo and Gollum, the most psychological and symbolic in The Lord of the Rings, reveals a dark labyrinth of choices and split personalities. On the surface Gollum shows what Frodo could become should he succumb to the ring’s powerful temptations, but by sparing Gollum and mastering his own temptations, Frodo chooses his own salvation, both body and soul. This painting echoes Judas’ cruel and tender kiss, identifying the savior, since ultimately and unexpectedly, Frodo’s conflicted mercy leads to the unwilling sacrifice of Smeagol, which heals all Middle-earth.

Such a beautiful work, I’m already picking out the space where this will go on my wall.