iPod touch, iPad, Mac
Ivory hilted dagger and sheath.
☽ 5000 FOLLOWERS/1ST SUMMER GIVEAWAY ☾
This is a bit late as I reached 5k a little while ago but it’s my first of two summer giveaways I’ll be doing! This is the “smaller” one of the two.
⋆Must be following me as this is for my followers<3
⋆No giveaway blogs obviously
⋆You can reblog as many times as you want, each counts as an entry, please don’t spam you followers though!
⋆I’ll ship to anywhere in the world :)
⋆Must be 18 or have parents permission to give me your address so I can send it to you!
⋆It’d be nice if you could also check out my Etsy shop and like it’s Facebook page <3
What You Will Win:
⋆ 25 tealights
⋆ 1 lotus flower tealight holder
⋆ 1 hematite ring (I don’t know the ring size but I have very long, skinny fingers and it still makes a nice thumb ring :))
⋆ 1 tiger’s eye bracelet
⋆ 1 unakite stone
⋆ 1 rose quartz stone
⋆ 1 carnelian stone
The giveaway ends August 1st which is also Lammas/Lughnasadh :) If you have any questions, feel free to ask me!
GOOD LUCK ♥☺
This ends in about 3 hours!! :)
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Child of Light - Igniculus
A plushie commission for a friend to use as a cosplay prop. He has a set of battery operated string diodes inside so he can glow! He has a velcro opening at the bottom seam to access the battery pack / switch. I airbrushed the blue color onto white fur for a ‘glow’ look even when you can’t see the light up effect in daylight.
Front and back of a giant custom order Monstroctopus I finished last night! They wanted an angry face on one side, and a kissy face on the other.
It’s got about a 3 1/2 foot antlerspan. :)
Signaling behavior in the Red-eyed tree frog
Red-eyed tree frogs, Agalychnis callidryas (Hylidae), form nocturnal mating aggregations in vegetation over Mesoamerican wet forest ponds.
Males defend calling sites, maintaining a spacing of at least 0.5 m. Most females pair with one male, but multimale amplexus and paternity occur, and aggression between amplectant and unpaired males is common.
During contests over females, competing males use chuckle calls and perform a display wherein the signaler raises his body off the plant and then rapidly contracts and extends his hindlimbs, shaking his hind end (tremulation).
Because tremulating males likely excite strong, stereotyped vibrations in plants, it has been hypothesized that this display generates a vibrational signal, or possibly a bimodal signal with both visual and vibrational components.
Photo credit: ©Nicolas Reusens