“I wrap my hands around your neck so tigh with love.”
magictransistor:

Edward Topsell, The History of Four-Footed Beasts and Serpents (Woodcuts), published in 1658.
magictransistor:

Edward Topsell, The History of Four-Footed Beasts and Serpents (Woodcuts), published in 1658.
magictransistor:

Edward Topsell, The History of Four-Footed Beasts and Serpents (Woodcuts), published in 1658.
magictransistor:

Edward Topsell, The History of Four-Footed Beasts and Serpents (Woodcuts), published in 1658.
magictransistor:

Edward Topsell, The History of Four-Footed Beasts and Serpents (Woodcuts), published in 1658.
magictransistor:

Edward Topsell, The History of Four-Footed Beasts and Serpents (Woodcuts), published in 1658.
magictransistor:

Edward Topsell, The History of Four-Footed Beasts and Serpents (Woodcuts), published in 1658.
magictransistor:

Edward Topsell, The History of Four-Footed Beasts and Serpents (Woodcuts), published in 1658.
magictransistor:

Edward Topsell, The History of Four-Footed Beasts and Serpents (Woodcuts), published in 1658.
magictransistor:

Edward Topsell, The History of Four-Footed Beasts and Serpents (Woodcuts), published in 1658.

magictransistor:

Edward Topsell, The History of Four-Footed Beasts and Serpents (Woodcuts), published in 1658.

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your-red-coffin-awaits:

nitratediva:

Alfred Clark’s "The Execution of Mary, Queen of Scots" (1895) featured what was possibly the first ever edit within a film—and it was a cut in more ways than one. In order to simulate a decapitation, a hidden cut allowed the substitution of a dummy in the place of the (male) actor playing the queen. The effect was so horrific and realistic at the time that audience members reportedly believed that someone had really given her life for the part.

~☥☽☾☥~

your-red-coffin-awaits:

nitratediva:

Alfred Clark’s "The Execution of Mary, Queen of Scots" (1895) featured what was possibly the first ever edit within a film—and it was a cut in more ways than one. In order to simulate a decapitation, a hidden cut allowed the substitution of a dummy in the place of the (male) actor playing the queen. The effect was so horrific and realistic at the time that audience members reportedly believed that someone had really given her life for the part.

~☥☽☾☥~

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zombie-adventure-crusher:

Tank Girl
Requested by Anonymous
I have yet to familiarize my self with this creation of Jamie Hewlett as much as I have familiarized myself obsessively with Gorillaz

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The Wendigo is a demonic half-beast creature appearing in the legends of the Algonquian peoples […] The creature or spirit could either possess humans or be a monster that had physically transformed from a person. It is particularly associated with cannibalism. The Algonquian believed those who indulged in eating human flesh were at particular risk. {X}

The Wendigo is a demonic half-beast creature appearing in the legends of the Algonquian peoples […] The creature or spirit could either possess humans or be a monster that had physically transformed from a person. It is particularly associated with cannibalism. The Algonquian believed those who indulged in eating human flesh were at particular risk. {X}

The Wendigo is a demonic half-beast creature appearing in the legends of the Algonquian peoples […] The creature or spirit could either possess humans or be a monster that had physically transformed from a person. It is particularly associated with cannibalism. The Algonquian believed those who indulged in eating human flesh were at particular risk. {X}

The Wendigo is a demonic half-beast creature appearing in the legends of the Algonquian peoples […] The creature or spirit could either possess humans or be a monster that had physically transformed from a person. It is particularly associated with cannibalism. The Algonquian believed those who indulged in eating human flesh were at particular risk. {X}

The Wendigo is a demonic half-beast creature appearing in the legends of the Algonquian peoples […] The creature or spirit could either possess humans or be a monster that had physically transformed from a person. It is particularly associated with cannibalism. The Algonquian believed those who indulged in eating human flesh were at particular risk. {X}

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