Also known as the Andean frog or Crawford’s water frog, the Titicaca water frog is a large species of frog found only in Lake Titicaca and its rivers in South America. Like other frogs the titicaca water frog feeds mostly on small fish, insects and other small invertebrates. The Titicaca water frog has excessive skin which is an adaptation for high altitude living as the excess skin helps it breathe, as more oxygen can diffuse in. It also possesses reduced lungs, a high red blood cell count and smaller red blood cells to help it breathe in its low oxygen environment.
SO EVERYONE KNOWS. In about two days the q will hit my cleared out liked posts. The blog is going to basically turn into an Avengers blog, but I apparently favourited the hell out a ton of Avengers stuff but never reblogged it or something? I don’t know. Lots of FrostIron, some FrostCap, lots of meta, gifs, and goofy shit.
Also some writing resources, of course.
So uh. I guess buckle in for all Avengers all the time for a bit. Sorry.
(fucking fuck I’ve only got 98 posts left damn)
(to anyone who made me a thing: that still has it’s like on it, because you guys are lovely and the best. :3)
Antagonists are just people. Er, unless they’re insane sex-bots, sentient washing machines, serial killer dinosaurs, or hyper-intelligent window treatments. But even then, we need to treat them like people. People with wants, needs, fears, motivations. People with families and friends and their own enemies. They’re full-blooded, full-bodied characters. They’re not single-minded villains twirling greasy mustaches.
My dear friend, Felicity G Silvers, said in a conversation earlier today, “Thor and Steve Rogers walk in a bar”
This seemed like a good prompt for a warm-up drawing, so have a one-off warm-up fan art comic thing. Yes, I was lazy about the hands. Yes, Steve is totally ogling some of the less-modestly-dressed people in the bar. I was going to be shameless and draw him ogling me, but I decided to be lazy to not be so self-absorbed. Yes, that’s the one. Ahem.
what was your first sound like? was it amazing? did you cry?
Before I can answer this question, I have to try to explain something about the perception and importance of sound, and how much those two things can vary from person to person.From group to group.From community to family.