Crimean tattoo artist Pis Saroillustrates exquisite floral tattoos inspired by nature. Ethereal, dainty and feminine, the tattoos appear as watercolor painting on the skin. Her effortless technique and skill add a sense of delicacy and vibrancy. Each composition contains exquisite detail.
It’s always kind of funny when the Powerpuff Girls, in fanart, are drawn with fingers and noses and toes and stuff and it’s like…they legit don’t have those in canon. It’s not just a style choice, they actually don’t have fingers and noses.
I mean, apparently Buttercup just sticks her hand to things to pick them up (S03E29 Criss Cross Crisis)
And in Oops, I Did it Again (s06E04B) the girls, when made without Chemical X, come out “normal” and do have fingers, feet, noses, and normal faces.
So like…when everyone in the show calls them “bug-eyed freaks,” “pumpkin heads,” etc, they legit mean the girls have big round heads, giant eyeballs, and stump limbs.
I think it’s safe to say that the Powerpuff Girls are objectively horrifying. I want to see fanart of that.
alright i realise im a little late to the party here but going back to how the girls are able to grip things despite not having fingers
at first i thought maybe they could have tiny hooks at the end of the stumps that would snag onto surfaces, similar to cats tongues ( and yeah alright spiderman ) but the issue is that they probably wouldnt be effective for smoother surfaces
they could also have wrinkled pads like geckos feet that could cling to smoother things no problem, but then the problem is maintaining enough suction to actually lift and carry an object
BONUS POST~ Pentatonix is one of my favorite music groups and they’re releasing their album tomorrow! I pre-ordered and have been listening to the album all evening, it’s fantastic! So here’s a little fun something I’ve had sitting around for the last month and never finished.
Edit: Of course I woke up this morning and realized there were problems so I fixed them. :) Silly me, too hasty to post things.
Wildlife photographer and scientist Danté Fenolio has a new book full of creatures that have evolved to thrive deep inside of caves, at the bottoms of oceans and underground. It’s called Life in the Dark and it comes out today. These are just a handful of the hundreds of the images in the book.
Some of the species in this book have never been photographed. Some (like the larval octopus at the top of this post) have never been described by science.
Günther’s Boatfish is a dragonfish with luminous spots called photophores along the length of its body.
The Golden Harlequin Toad is now extinct in nature thanks to the plague of amphibian chitrid fungus.
This bioluminescent mushroom is an undescribed species.
Waterfall Climbing Loach use their strong fins to crawl out of water and eat bacteria growing on rocks. This specimen was found in a cave in Thailand.
This cave house centipede was found in a Chinese cave.
The Square Pink Anthias lives in deep canyons near reefs called “drop-offs.” Weirdly, its bright colors aren’t visible at these depths - but its patterns are.
The candiru is a South American catfish that enter the dark gill chambers of other fish and eat their gills. They will haunt my nightmares forever.
Here’s a photo of Fenolio holding a giant Japanese Spider Crab (credit W. W. Lamar).
Eerily beautiful critters! -Emily
Mostly reblogging for Seanan McGuire. :)
‘Unknown Species’ are best species :)
Whomever eventually categorizes that little green shroom better name it after Mario somehow.