Shy Jamie is shy. Don’t worry Nick. He does love you. <3
Also- I hope the sausages don’t contain any soylent green.
Art (c) the lovely wonderful Yaahoooo who I commissioned for a little scene containing Jim, Seb, James and Nick. <3 Your art is fab! Thank you for the cute dialogues!
Everything is homemade because you can’t trust breakfast companies to make quality anything. <3 Soylent Green free, promise~
Recently Kaige told us he wishes he could be both a boy and a girl because he likes playing princesses as much as ninjas and he doesn’t want to get made fun of. So we bought him a tutu and gave him a makeover. Meet the new and improved Kaige. If you have a problem with it please keep it to yourself and kindly stay out of his life. Which would be a shame because as you can see he’s freakin’ awesome! #letmebeme #mumblr #stopbullying
WHAT A FUCKING RAD KID WITH RAD HAIR
Who needs a blankie when you have a Mommy?
Photo via I Have Seen The Whole Of The Internet
There’s something awesome about a thing that’s so cute, it transcends cuteness to become nightmarishly creepy. That’s precisely the case with these impressively freaky pears, photographed last year at a supermarket in Beijing, China.
The pears are shaped like this by placing them inside special molds when they’re still very small. As they grow they fill the mold and take on its shape. They were marketed at the grocery store as “happy/joyful doll pears,” but we think they look like they’re patiently waiting for you to try taking a bite out of them, at which point they’ll start screaming bloody murder, or worse, turn you into a creepy pear-doll-person too.
Three sketches down!
James ‘Jamie’ Moriarty: Lion fish!
Jim Moriarty: Mimic Octopus!
Nikolaus Fleischer: Gulper Eel!
Tobias ‘Glänzend’ Fleischer: Oriental Dogfish!
Sheehan Fleischer: Lined Seahorse!
Darion Kastner: Spinner Dolphin!
NOT YET COLOURED:
Charlie Witherall: Mandarinfish
Edgar Galilie: Harlequin ghost pipefish
Bás: Crocodile Ice Fish
NOT YET SKETCHED:
Sebastian Moran: Tiger Shark
Irene Adler: Orca Whale
Aniya Kamdar: Y-Patterned Moray Eel