What’s your violin family instrument?

gregbtracy:

For all of my violin viola cello bass playing followers and whomever who see this tagged, message me and tell me about your instrument. Who made it, where you bought it, not all labels are correct but if you don’t know start there. I may reblog and respond to some interesting ones if this takes off!!!

Also check out and follow my violin making blog, I’m finishing up my cello within the next few weeks.

liftedandgiftedd:

i’m laughing wayyy harder than i should be omg

liftedandgiftedd:

i’m laughing wayyy harder than i should be omg

(Source: tsumi7, via huehanya)

jeannepompadour:

"Silent prayer" female figure in medieval dress from a cemetery in Frankfurt

Does anyone know something more about this sculpture please? Thanks

pixography:

Giorgio de Chirico ~ “The Predator”, 1916

pixography:

Giorgio de Chirico ~ “The Predator”, 1916

(Source: artmastered)

funnywildlife:

Capybara by maortizjr on Flickr.
Just walking the capybara ~ as one does ~

funnywildlife:

Capybara by maortizjr on Flickr.

Just walking the capybara ~ as one does ~

(Source: funnywildife, via cephalopodqueen)

oopisnein:

Playing around in Photoshop with these little botanical watercolors I did a while ago. The original illustrations were done on watercolor paper with a light tea wash, but I had this lovely vintage paper with yellowed edges lying around, so I scanned that, and I’m having fun trying to give these the feel of those antique scientific reference books.

sosuperawesome:

Mini paintings on cedar by Cathy McMurray on Etsy

rhamphotheca:

King Eider (Somateria spectabilis) male, Norway
photograph by Ron Knight

rhamphotheca:

King Eider (Somateria spectabilis) male, Norway

photograph by Ron Knight

(via cephalopodqueen)

amandalouisespayd:

Painted some tiny horns for this guy. For “Unseen Forces” with @chrisryniak , this September. #unseenforces

amandalouisespayd:

Painted some tiny horns for this guy. For “Unseen Forces” with @chrisryniak , this September. #unseenforces

pixography:

Rogier van der Weyden ~ “The Last Judgment Polyptych” (detail), 1446-1452