funfact: sans from undertale HATES kristoph gavin!!
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funfact: sans from undertale HATES kristoph gavin!!
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Ichimatsu: I drink to forget, but I always remember.
Todomatsu: You're drinking Dr. Pepper.
Just thought id share my amazing undertale oc! Meet Meiko(Mei)! Shes a 29year old kitsune and works as a scientist along with W.D. Gaster(my baby!). I could go on forever talking about her, but i won't!(unless u wanna hear more of her) I could start doing comics too, if your wanna see more of it! See ya!
Living no Matsunaga-san
Gaster: Hey, it's your turn to wash dishes.
Y/n pissed out of their goddamn mind: I'LL WASH THE WALLS RED WITH YOUR BLOOD.
Gaster, unbothered: 'Kay, but before that, wash the dishes, also use soap this time?
Y/n:... i love you but i won't hesitate to kill you
Just look at them they are so cute 💚💛
ok but the fact that undertale's first and last tracks in the official release are called 'once upon a time' and 'goodnight' respectively does actually lend credence to the 'undertale is just a story that a younger kris and asriel made up' theory
drawings o thy day
Me: We have stop congratulating people for doing the bare minimum-
Dejounte Murray vs Warriors (W):
Papyrus and Sans inspired fakemon! Just concept sketches tho lol
Not sure about Papurus' typing. Although I think he'd have quite a high attack as his final evolution, his defense following close behind, I dont think fighting fits, mainly because of design. Ghost, sure. Psychic, no. Idk. Based on the King Papyrus ending(and slightly inspired by King from The Owl House ❤️).
Sans IS a basic pokemon unlike Papyrus. But I wanna bend the rules(?) and give him a mega evolution anyway just because Mega Lovania lmao. Basic idea for that is to give him his blaster(s???) and do a little extra to him too. Give him the silk scarf to hold, and in battle he'll be in his Bad Time form! His speed and attack stat raise in this form, while in Nap Time form his defense is highest.
Thinking of making more for other characters..
This was based off of a Halloween Soriel artwork and I immediately had this in mind. (No, I do not remember who made it. Yes, I am too lazy to go back and find it. Just know, that this was based off of the artwork of someone else) Please enjoy and feel free to leave comments or asks!
He was happy, that was all that mattered right? I knew that it was stupid, yet still I did it anyway, taking frisk and Flowey out trick or treating was a natural babysitting thing to do when you wanted to go but were too old to, right? I didn’t expect ‘them’ to come along… A chorus of laughter rang out from behind us with every step we took. The jokes were hilarious and I couldn’t help but to snicker, but the sight I saw every time I looked behind me made my heart sink. Dressed in skeleton onesies, hand-in-hand, behind us was none other than sans and Toriel. They had already been dating since before I met them, so it shouldn’t hurt, I never fell in love with people, so it shouldn't hurt, he would never ever ever feel the same about me, so it shouldn’t hurt.
But it does.
When he looked up at her laughing face you could see the love, adoration, and absolute devotion in his eyes; and I couldn’t blame him. She was smart, gorgeous, good with kids, kind, fair, and not human… Humans hadn’t been welcoming at all when monsters were first freed, sans wanted no part of humanity, but Toriel insisted that her human child should have a human babysitter for human things that they did not know, and sans caved. In came me. I really didn’t mean to fall at all, let alone so hard. He was funny, surprisingly handsome for a skeleton, Charming, and just. He was all around perfect, but still weary around me.
I was thankful for the mask that covered my face, I was sure that the children would notice the tears that stung my eyes, and that would tip off the happy couple; I couldn’t let that happen. Instead, we walked up to the last house. (It was actually their house, but with a wink at Toriel sans disappeared) The frisk knocked at the door and all of us raised our bags as sans opened it. Time stopped for a moment, for the first time all night his sockets were on me, and they widened slightly as if seeing me for the first time, finally noticing that I, too, had gone as a skeleton.
He quirked a brow and then time went normally again as I realized that his passing gaze went right over my shoulder and straight back to Toriel. I took a breath and held back more tears, after all, he was clearly happy, and that was what I wanted for him, that was all that mattered. A nudge to my side reminded me that I was actually needed for this part as frisk was mute and Flowey refused to take part. I shook my head and looked back into his sockets, his eye-lights were back on me with an amused grin. I could live with this. As long as he’s happy, right?
“Trick or treat?”
Horses of Saint Mark
The traditional theory attributes the sculptural group to the sculptor of the 4th century BC, Lysippos, thanks to its plasticity and natural body movement.
However, studies in its material showed that the horses are mostly from copper (which is best for gilding) and their processing with the techique of the lost wax in a monumental size suggests a later date to 2nd or 3rd AD. They might have been on the top of a triumphal arch, while it's possible they were comissioned by Emperor Septimus Severus.
During the Byzantine Era, written sources indicate that the horses adorned Constantinople's Hippodrome among many statues from around the world including an egyptian obelisk and a serpent column. As the chariot races' hallmark, the horses must have been exceptionally impressive when shining thanks to their gilding.
In 1204, during the Last Crusade, the Crusadors plundered Constantinople. At Doge Enrico Dandolo's command, the Venetians took the horses in Venice. Since their heads had been cut off for the transportation, collars were added to hide the reparation's scar. However, it wasn't until 50 years later, after Doge Ranieri Zeno's initiative, that the horses were put in the loggia on the façade of San Marco.
The horses inspired artists, such as Gentile Bellini, and drew the curiosity of the scholars, like Petrarch, who were the first to wonder about their origin.
In 1719, they were looted by Napoleon's army and were installed along with a quadriga on the Arc Du Triumph Du Carousel, in Paris. The horses on the Arc today are exact copies.
In 1815, the horses were victoriously restored to San Marco. The horses we see on he façade today are copies, as the original are transferred inside the basilica for protection.
In conclusion, despite not knowing their origins with certainity, the horses have made a story for themselves. Whether they honor a Roman Emperor, symbolize the momentum of the chariot races or mark the glory of Venice or France, these beautiful horses have never stopped stimulating our imagination.
“Sans Undertale Spotted In Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion” **Not Clickbait!**
Thanks to my friend @droid-dreamerr for making my day by snagging this picture XD That just delights me