givenclarity:

trying out a downloaded brush ignore me

pk-buttcheeks:

i think about finwe and miriel a lot

pk-buttcheeks:

i think about finwe and miriel a lot

mayevenyou:

This warm, spicy recipe is inspired by the Mereth Aderthad, the Feast of Reuniting. I like to think of this as a bit like the Viking Thing tradition - where everyone would gather for a midsummer festival, dance and market. So this Scandinavian punch, popular around Christmas time, seems a good fit. It’s good enough to remember, and will inspire “counsels in good will, and oaths to be sworn of league and friendship.”
GLOGG - DRINK OF THE FEAST OF REUNITING (serves eight-ish)
I Bottle red wine
1 large glass sweet wine (Vermouth from your oath cocktails would be good here, or muscatel or marsala is lovely!)
0.5 cup raisins
10 cardamon pods
1 cinammon stick
Peel from an orange
1 cup sugar (or more to taste)
Slivered Almonds

Gently warm all ingredients except the almonds. Do not let the mixture boil (you’ll loose the precious booze) but just leave on a gentle heat for the flavours to mingle, stirring occassionally, for five minutes. When ready to serve, pour into your fanciest friendship goblets, sprinke the almonds on top, and drink with a heart high and full of hope. 
Picture and recipe inspiration here: http://homebars.barinacraft.com/post/2379183231/glogg-mulled-wine-hot-punch


http://homebars.barinacraft.com/post/2379183231/glogg-mulled-wine-hot-punch

mayevenyou:

This warm, spicy recipe is inspired by the Mereth Aderthad, the Feast of Reuniting. I like to think of this as a bit like the Viking Thing tradition - where everyone would gather for a midsummer festival, dance and market. So this Scandinavian punch, popular around Christmas time, seems a good fit. It’s good enough to remember, and will inspire “counsels in good will, and oaths to be sworn of league and friendship.”

GLOGG - DRINK OF THE FEAST OF REUNITING (serves eight-ish)

I Bottle red wine

1 large glass sweet wine (Vermouth from your oath cocktails would be good here, or muscatel or marsala is lovely!)

0.5 cup raisins

10 cardamon pods

1 cinammon stick

Peel from an orange

1 cup sugar (or more to taste)

Slivered Almonds

Gently warm all ingredients except the almonds. Do not let the mixture boil (you’ll loose the precious booze) but just leave on a gentle heat for the flavours to mingle, stirring occassionally, for five minutes. When ready to serve, pour into your fanciest friendship goblets, sprinke the almonds on top, and drink with a heart high and full of hope. 

Picture and recipe inspiration here: http://homebars.barinacraft.com/post/2379183231/glogg-mulled-wine-hot-punch

http://homebars.barinacraft.com/post/2379183231/glogg-mulled-wine-hot-punch

bryankonietzko:

fredericstewart:

Korra Book 3 finale is online right now!   These are some backgrounds from this season and some comps from the finale.  I did the paint. layout was most likely either Angela Sung or William Niu.

Sweet, Fred’s on Tumblr now! I’m putting the finishing touches on the Book 3 Dark Horse art book right this moment, which includes most of Fred’s incredible paintings above, and many more from him and our other magnificent painters.

beatonna:

King Baby says No

beatonna:

King Baby says No

  • defense lawyer: sweetie(:
fuckyeahladies-fictionalandreal:

You know what’s not fucking cool? Cultural appropriation.
You know what is fucking cool? Buying clothing inspired by a culture that is designed by the people of that culture.
Think Native styles are cool? Here, let introduce you to Patricia Michaels of Toas Pueblo. She is a Native woman who designs amazing clothes inspired by her heritage. She knows what from her culture is appropriate for mass-production and what is meant to be sacred, hand-made, or inherited. When you buy her clothes (available at her store Waterlily), or any Native person’s products, you’re giving your money directly to the cultures you claim to respect and admire. When you buy bullshit knockoffs from American Eagle, however, you’re being an asshole.
And seriously though look at her clothes they’re fucking amazing this woman is wild talented. 

fuckyeahladies-fictionalandreal:

You know what’s not fucking cool? Cultural appropriation.

You know what is fucking cool? Buying clothing inspired by a culture that is designed by the people of that culture.

Think Native styles are cool? Here, let introduce you to Patricia Michaels of Toas Pueblo. She is a Native woman who designs amazing clothes inspired by her heritage. She knows what from her culture is appropriate for mass-production and what is meant to be sacred, hand-made, or inherited. When you buy her clothes (available at her store Waterlily), or any Native person’s products, you’re giving your money directly to the cultures you claim to respect and admire. When you buy bullshit knockoffs from American Eagle, however, you’re being an asshole.

And seriously though look at her clothes they’re fucking amazing this woman is wild talented. 

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