Automessiah
denisforkas:

The Dance of Asterion, 2014
Acrylics on paper mounted on hardboard, 26 x 25 cm

denisforkas:

The Dance of Asterion, 2014

Acrylics on paper mounted on hardboard, 26 x 25 cm

Some one bring me a bottle of Everclear and a pair of pliers.

fuckyeahbritisholdschoolgaming:

From Warhammer 40,000 - Rogue Trader. Stephen Tappin, 1987.

fuckyeahbritisholdschoolgaming:

From Warhammer 40,000 - Rogue Trader. Stephen Tappin, 1987.

dungeongrind:

The Very Hungry Rust Monster is a mini-comic I made a few years back. I’ve seen it floating around Tumblr without attribution recently, so I’ve uploaded a higher-resolution version, properly credited.

chipsandbeermag:

" The Southern Illinoisian, the regional paper for Carbondale, Illinois, has listed an obituary for David A. Trampier, the artist responsible for defining the look of Advanced Dungeons & Dragons, from the first edition and onwards.”

http://www.tor.com/blogs/2014/03/david-a-trampier-obituary

death-psychedelic:

Wayne Barlowe’s Hell-themed artwork

occultarchives:

Satyr
Male spirits of profane nature; followers of the nature gods Silvanus, Faunus, Pan, Dionysus/Bacchus.
They represent untamed nature, licence and lust, and have human heads with horns and goat beard, human hands and arms, but goats’ bodies from the waist downwards.
They may wear the crowns of ivy of Dionysus and can carry his thyros; other attributes are bunches of grapes, baskets of fruit, pitchers of wine, the cornucopia and the snake; their female counterparts in the Bacchanalia were the Maenads.

occultarchives:

Satyr

Male spirits of profane nature; followers of the nature gods Silvanus, Faunus, Pan, Dionysus/Bacchus.

They represent untamed nature, licence and lust, and have human heads with horns and goat beard, human hands and arms, but goats’ bodies from the waist downwards.

They may wear the crowns of ivy of Dionysus and can carry his thyros; other attributes are bunches of grapes, baskets of fruit, pitchers of wine, the cornucopia and the snake; their female counterparts in the Bacchanalia were the Maenads.

I can pretty much listen to this song on infinite repeat.

fuckyeahroguetrader:

R.I.P. Oderus Urungus

fuckyeahroguetrader:

R.I.P. Oderus Urungus

trap-them-and-kill-them:

Preview of some new works
SINNERS GET THE FIST 

trap-them-and-kill-them:

Preview of some new works

SINNERS GET THE FIST