Posted 2 months ago

Seriously…? XD

Posted 2 months ago

New sneak peak c:

Posted 3 months ago

Pokemon Fanart!

After I have heard that they are going to release a remake of my favorite Pokemon game, I got super excited and finally bought myself a 2DS for it. 
Although I liked all three starters of the third gen, I loved Torchic and Mudkip by far the most. I hated it when I had to choose between them. I absolutely adore both final evolutions. That’s why I did not include Sceptile.  

The water could still be refined, but I felt like leaving it this way. 


About 10 hours in Photoshop

Posted 3 months ago

A young companionship between a Vorrapteria Wyvern and an Elomaara.

3 hours with pencil

Posted 3 months ago


I called this one “cherry red”

3 hours, copics

Posted 3 months ago

Long time where I haven’t posted anything.

Random dragon sketch

3 hours

Posted 6 months ago


Something I actually finished before the drawing in my last upload.
So this is genderbent Xey, Nay and Extasy cosplaying as Loki, Odin and Thor. 

This will always be my favorite crossover of all timesxD

Posted 7 months ago

Random Wyvern.
2 hours

Posted 7 months ago


The love bird

or something

i don’t know, dragon thing agian.

Xey is totally going to grab that booty<3<3<3

Posted 7 months ago

That new thing with Hermione and Harry

Am I actually the only one who thinks that it was the right decision of JK Rowling to make Hermione and Ron a couple and not Hermione and Harry? Regardless of what Rowling herself said about it: I think that I would have liked the ending she would have written if she hadn’t kept her actual plot, a lot less.
OF COURSE you cannot say something like that before even getting a chance to read that alternative plot and I am aware that you naturally don’t like good things to be changed, even for a greater thing.
The constellation of couples as they became (Harry & Ginny and Hermione & Ron) were a wonderful and symbolic representation of the deep bond Harry and Hermione had with the Weasley family. They not only shared half of their childhood with them, they also decided to make them part of their own family, which -in my eyes- was a rounded and well deserved ending for such a big story.
I fear that the distance between them would be far greater if Harry and Ginny and Hermione and Ron would not have married.

When I read Rowlings new statement about not being happy with her final decision, I was very upset about it.