Mush-cat In a Bowtie

What the deuce?

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caelum-terre:

The Violinist plays in the evenings of 16th-century Venice, in a world of glass and water.

I’ve got a proper art blog thing of my own now, so please follow caelum-terre if you want universe/artsy stuff.

caelum-terre:

The Violinist plays in the evenings of 16th-century Venice, in a world of glass and water.

I’ve got a proper art blog thing of my own now, so please follow caelum-terre if you want universe/artsy stuff.

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zeeenya:

camaryllis:

love & libel was so good, thank you nozmo for all the hard work and handsome characters! there was some really nice lighting in chapter 13, was thusly inclined to give my take on it haha

OM…G…. LING!!! THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL THANK YOU AH I’M GONNA SCREAM ;A; THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR READING CHAPTER 13!!! i love your art so much oh man… thank you <3

zeeenya:

camaryllis:

love & libel was so good, thank you nozmo for all the hard work and handsome characters! there was some really nice lighting in chapter 13, was thusly inclined to give my take on it haha

OM…G…. LING!!! THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL THANK YOU AH I’M GONNA SCREAM ;A; THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR READING CHAPTER 13!!! i love your art so much oh man… thank you <3

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maid-en-china:

Fisheye Placebo

Original webcomic by Yuumei (Wenqing Yan)
Genre: Cyberpunk, Cypherpunk, Fiction, Psychological
Estimated Release Date: hopefully before March 2013

Living under an authoritarian regime is not fun. Extensive censorship meant no Facebook, no Youtube, and no porn.

Fortunately for Vance, being a hacker makes scaling the Great Firewall a walk in the park. With the free web at his fingertips, Vance should be happy but he’s not. Maybe there’s something missing in his life that porn just cannot replace.

Maybe it’s a girlfriend.

So it’s not weird at all to hack into the university to assign himself a hot female roommate, right? That’s just taking fate into your own hands, or something along those lines, right?

Too bad fate had other plans in mind and Vance is dragged into a crazy conspiracy to overthrow the government by his most-definitely-not-female roommate.

College is meant to be exciting, but not this exciting. Between failed dates, failed grades, and maybe not quite failed hacks, Vance will slowly come to question the morality of his actions and the true price of freedom.

Is this what democracy looks like?

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