Month: May 2022

Commission from d4ybre4ker over on twitter

Commission from d4ybre4ker over on twitter


superheroes are so weak. “keeping my identity a secret is so hard :/” to YOU. my parents dont even know what type of music i like.


Gilded Monarch


21hrs 48mins

[Image ID: Facing left, a turquoise, navy, and gold-accented sea dragon with two arms and a mermaid-style tail in front of a basic oceanic backdrop. It is posed not dissimilar to a seahorse; upright with its tail beneath it. Its head features feathery axolotl-gill-style appendages, cream in colour with a metallic gold base; there are three such appendages on either side of its head. Its eyes and eyebrows are rimmed in a metallic gold colour. Along its head and rest of its body, the edges of the scales lining its back and forehead are rimmed in a metallic gold (though not the scales along its sides nor underbelly, which is smooth and a lighter turquoise colour. It has a large, wavy crest from its forehead down the the middle of its tail; it gets gradually larger down its neck before becoming smaller at the base of the neck, then grows in size again down the body with its greatest extent midway down its back. The crest is navy with a gilded gold outermost edge, patterned with intermittent gilded ‘rays’ extending from the body the crest’s edge, each ray differing in length. The dragon has a pair of cream/white fins flaring out behind each arm with smaller decorative metallic gold fins at their bases. It has a secondary, large set of fins around their hips styled similarly to its crest, with a smaller set of cream/white decorative fins and two golden scales at their base. Its large tailfin resembling a fan is again styled the same as its crest, albeit with white at its base. End Description]

ronkeyroo:AY YO, MID-TRANSFORMATION WEREWOLF FARKAS ANYONE??? THAT IS ALL  // cw; nudity for nude nord himbo






Concept: TV show where the initial viewpoint character is a cyborg mutant from a dystopian post-apocalyptic future who’s come back in time to prevent said apocalypse, except they succeed in like the second episode and the rest of the show is just a fish-out-of-water comedy about them adapting to early 21st Century society.

… or so it appears, until about episode five, where another time-travelling weirdo from a different dystopian post-apocalyptic future arrives, and after much confusion, ends up teaming up with the first character to prevent that apocalypse, too.

The show continues in this vein for several iterations, eventually accumulating an ensemble cast of temporally displaced whatsits from futures that no longer exist. None of the saving-the-future bits ever occupy more than a single episode, with the rest of the show being taken up with shit like an entire episode about an eight-foot-tall transhuman cyborg spending all day stuck in line at a bank.

There needs to be some kind of Terminator-esque antagonist who shows up with the intentions of ensuring that some dystopian apocalypse happens. While initially it seems like the show’s taking a More Serious Turn,™ they degenerate over the next few episodes (or just one episode) into being the sitcom kind of arch-nemesis where nothing escalates beyond incessant barbed insults.