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  1. charliebowater:

Submerge. The fight to keep your head above water can be a tough one sometimes. 
Photoshop CS6, Wacom Intuos 5 and an hour or two of messy sketching. 
charliebowater:

Submerge. The fight to keep your head above water can be a tough one sometimes. 
Photoshop CS6, Wacom Intuos 5 and an hour or two of messy sketching. 
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    charliebowater:

    Submerge. The fight to keep your head above water can be a tough one sometimes. 

    Photoshop CS6, Wacom Intuos 5 and an hour or two of messy sketching. 

    (via lohrien)

  2. fuckyeahpixivranking:

「HALO」/「房野聖」
  3. fantasy-scifi:

Supergirl #2: Man of Steel version
by SilentArmageddon fantasy-scifi:

Supergirl #2: Man of Steel version
by SilentArmageddon
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    fantasy-scifi:

    Supergirl #2: Man of Steel version
    by SilentArmageddon
  4. awakenedvibrations:

Awakened Vibes HERE
  5. pixography:

Kirk Reinert

    pixography:

    Kirk Reinert

  6. pixography:

Kilian Eng

    pixography:

    Kilian Eng

  7. opticallyaroused:

    Amazing Landscape Photography Steve Highfield.

    (Source: slideshare.net, via noxfae)

  8. victoriousvocabulary:

MICROCOSM
[noun]
1. a miniature representation of something, especially a unit, group, or place regarded as a copy of a larger one; a little world; a world in miniature; a miniature form that represents a larger reality.
2. Philosophy:  a) a person regarded as epitomising the universe. b) human beings, humanity, society, or the like, viewed as an epitome or miniature of the world or universe.
3. anything that is regarded as a world in miniature.
Etymology: Middle English microcosme < Mediaeval Latin mīcrocosmus < Greek mīkròs kósmos - small world.
[Caroline Jamhour]
victoriousvocabulary:

MICROCOSM
[noun]
1. a miniature representation of something, especially a unit, group, or place regarded as a copy of a larger one; a little world; a world in miniature; a miniature form that represents a larger reality.
2. Philosophy:  a) a person regarded as epitomising the universe. b) human beings, humanity, society, or the like, viewed as an epitome or miniature of the world or universe.
3. anything that is regarded as a world in miniature.
Etymology: Middle English microcosme < Mediaeval Latin mīcrocosmus < Greek mīkròs kósmos - small world.
[Caroline Jamhour]
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    victoriousvocabulary:

    MICROCOSM

    [noun]

    1. a miniature representation of something, especially a unit, group, or place regarded as a copy of a larger one; a little world; a world in miniature; a miniature form that represents a larger reality.

    2. Philosophy:  a) a person regarded as epitomising the universe. b) human beings, humanity, society, or the like, viewed as an epitome or miniature of the world or universe.

    3. anything that is regarded as a world in miniature.

    Etymology: Middle English microcosme < Mediaeval Latin mīcrocosmus < Greek mīkròs kósmos - small world.

    [Caroline Jamhour]

    (via norse-naturling)