Mischief Challenge

madewithmischief:

We’re super excited over here at Mischief because we’ve teamed up with Wacom for our Mischief Challenge!

You have a week (ending at the Midnight on the 3rd of August) to use Mischief to create and show us your Mischievous Monster.

Whether it’s a Frankenstein-esque five minute sketch or an…

This looks like fun. Wish I had time!

Daily Inspiration: Stones of Stellness by Jim Richardson

The Stones of Stenness may be Britain’s most ancient stone circle.

Daily Inspiration: Stones of Stellness by Jim Richardson

The Stones of Stenness may be Britain’s most ancient stone circle.

I forgot to share my new feather find! I have quite the collection from small Wrens to Hawks but this is my first black feather. I’m guessing it’s from a Black Vulture due to the size. 

I forgot to share my new feather find! I have quite the collection from small Wrens to Hawks but this is my first black feather. I’m guessing it’s from a Black Vulture due to the size. 

Working on some embellishments for Spirit Guardian, a one of a kind, 24x30 inch canvas print going to Dragon Con this year.

Working on some embellishments for Spirit Guardian, a one of a kind, 24x30 inch canvas print going to Dragon Con this year.

Telpënár 13 by Cedarlore Forge

“And over Middle-Earth he passed
and heard at last the weeping sore
of women and of elven-maids
in Elder Days, in years of yore.
But on him mighty doom was laid,
till Moon should fade, an orbed star
to pass, and tarry never more
on Hither Shores where Mortals are;
or ever still a herald on
an errand that should never rest
to bear his shining lamp afar,
to Flammifer of Westernesse.”
- J.R.R. Tolkien

Telpënár 13 by Cedarlore Forge

“And over Middle-Earth he passed
and heard at last the weeping sore
of women and of elven-maids
in Elder Days, in years of yore.

But on him mighty doom was laid,
till Moon should fade, an orbed star
to pass, and tarry never more
on Hither Shores where Mortals are;
or ever still a herald on
an errand that should never rest
to bear his shining lamp afar,
to Flammifer of Westernesse.”

- J.R.R. Tolkien