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Double Color Exposure Photoshop Action #photoeffect Download: http://graphicriver.net/item/double-color-exposure/11709694?ref=ksioks

Double Color Exposure Photoshop Action #photoeffect Download: http://graphicriver.net/item/double-color-exposure/11709694?ref=ksioks

Quick Mountain Tutorial! by torstan map cartography drawing resource tool how to…

Quick Mountain Tutorial! by torstan map cartography drawing resource tool how to…

Crown of horns. [An ibex, also called steinbock, is a type of wild mountain goat with large recurved horns that are transversely ridged in front. Ibex are found in Eurasia.]

Crown of horns. [An ibex, also called steinbock, is a type of wild mountain goat with large recurved horns that are transversely ridged in front. Ibex are found in Eurasia.]

Original Watercolour Painting- Ram, goat, animal, illustration, animal watercolor, ovis aries, capra on Etsy, $350.00

Original Watercolour Painting- Ram, goat, animal, illustration, animal watercolor, ovis aries, capra on Etsy, $350.00

#Art of #Occultism

#Art of #Occultism

The Ouroboros represents the perpetual cyclic renewal of life, the eternal return, and represents the cycle of life, death and rebirth, leading to immortality, as in the phoenix.

The Ouroboros represents the perpetual cyclic renewal of life, the eternal return, and represents the cycle of life, death and rebirth, leading to immortality, as in the phoenix.

Viking/Celtic shield

Viking/Celtic shield

Vikings Shield This would make an awesome tattoo

Vikings Shield This would make an awesome tattoo

Viking Shield Sticker - Jörmungandr

Viking Shield Sticker - Jörmungandr

Viking round shield: The sagas specifically mention linden wood for shield construction, although finds from graves shows mostly other timbers, such as fir, alder and poplar. These timbers are not very dense and are light in the hand. The size was usually 75 – 90 cm in diameter. (9th-century wooden shield)

Viking round shield: The sagas specifically mention linden wood for shield construction, although finds from graves shows mostly other timbers, such as fir, alder and poplar. These timbers are not very dense and are light in the hand. The size was usually 75 – 90 cm in diameter. (9th-century wooden shield)