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mererecorder:

Reign of the Accursed by Manzanedo
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mychestpainwantsacigarette:

the grim reaper by tomedwardsconcepts
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meanwhilebackinthedungeon:

Giantking
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meanwhilebackinthedungeon:

Dark-core
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diefantasie:

Amorphous Drake by Lucas Graciano
~ || ~ Enter the paradise of your fantasy…
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artemisdreaming:

Francesco Hayez, The Archangel Saint Michael, 1838
Parish Church of Sant’Andrea Apostolo, Iseo (Brescia)
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theartofmichaelwhelan:

THE NARROW WAY (1984) by Michael Whelan, cover for Death’;s Master by Tanith Lee
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mererecorder:

Demon Sketch 02 by ChrisCold
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alternativeart:

Michael Parkesselected by Alternative Art
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quarkmaster:


Kromdek Warbear
Artist Kerem Beyit
 
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forevertombraider:

Tomb Raider By Andy Park
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steampunktendencies:

Comicon 2014 Challenge -  Lady Mechanika ~ Karambola



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victoriousvocabulary:

QUAGMIRE
[noun]
1. an area of miry or boggy ground whose surface yields under the tread; a bog.
2. a situation from which extrication is very difficult; labyrinthine.
3. a difficult, precarious, or entrapping position.
4. an awkward, complex, or embarrassing situation.
5. anything soft or flabby.
Etymology: from Middle English quag, related to quake, from Old English cwacian, “to shake, tremble” + mire, from Old Norse mӯrr; cognate with Old English mēos, “moss”.
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