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Another HP drawing from the archives, drawn in 2008.  I like this one, but Harry looks a bit too young here, considering this is set in the last book.

And with that, I go to bed for the night.

Another HP drawing from the archives, drawn in 2008.  I like this one, but Harry looks a bit too young here, considering this is set in the last book.

And with that, I go to bed for the night.

Too old, too poor, too dangerous… by nasubionna One of my personal favorites from the Harry Potter archives. Remus and Tonks, drawn in 2005.

Too old, too poor, too dangerous… by nasubionna
One of my personal favorites from the Harry Potter archives. Remus and Tonks, drawn in 2005.

I had all these high ideals of coming home and drawing something amazing for Anna week, but I am fucking wiped out for some reason.  So I’m going to put myself to bed instead, and hopefully tomorrow will be better.

nasubionna:

Two more random critter pics.  The latest batch of lambs with their mommas in the back maternity ward.  The little lamb on the far right is crouched funny because he just got castrated that day, so he’s pretty uncomfortable, poor guy!  He’ll get over it soon, but it’s always hard at first.  

Then my two bucks.  I actually really love them, they are pretty easy as far as bucks go, and they are beautiful pasture ornaments.  I am debating whether or not to sell them… I don’t really NEED any more goats, and they keep harassing B.J. wanting to breed and she is SO not interested (and is also infertile so it’s a futile effort on everyone’s part).  I dunno.  I am on the fence about them.  O’Ryan, the brown one in front, is the father of these two babies.  

Whoops, I should have made it more clear!  O’Ryan is the father of the goat babies, not the sheep babies.  I have a ram as well (named Jacob, not pictured), who fathered the lambs.  Goats and sheep technically CAN interbreed, but it is extremely rare and the offspring don’t tend to live very long, because goats and sheep have different numbers of chromosomes.  I believe they call it a geep when one actually lives, but I’ve yet to hear of one that lives very long… and yes, I am pretty sure they would be sterile.
My bucks tend to leave the ewes alone, and my ram tends to leave the does alone.  I think if they didn’t have ladies of their own species to woo, they probably would make a pass at the other species, but so far they haven’t been driven to that.  :)

So, I drew myself a birthday present.  It was fun.  ;P

So, I drew myself a birthday present.  It was fun.  ;P

missingtongue:

Hey guys! I am in the process of getting ready to move and as such wanted to remind y’all that totally affordable commissions are open! Some price examples accompany the above pictures. If you’re interested please email me at missingtongue@gmail.com or send me an ask here!

Amazing deal on amazing art from an amazing person.  I have no money, but I don’t care, I’m looking into commissioning something anyway.  :B

Two more random critter pics.  The latest batch of lambs with their mommas in the back maternity ward.  The little lamb on the far right is crouched funny because he just got castrated that day, so he’s pretty uncomfortable, poor guy!  He’ll get over it soon, but it’s always hard at first.  

Then my two bucks.  I actually really love them, they are pretty easy as far as bucks go, and they are beautiful pasture ornaments.  I am debating whether or not to sell them… I don’t really NEED any more goats, and they keep harassing B.J. wanting to breed and she is SO not interested (and is also infertile so it’s a futile effort on everyone’s part).  I dunno.  I am on the fence about them.  O’Ryan, the brown one in front, is the father of these two babies.  

Sweetpea’s little girl.  Still trying to think of a name for her, but I’m leaning towards Amelia.  She’s a very bold, adventurous little thing, she was up and walking around extremely quickly after birth, checking out everything, including the other adult animals.  Looks a bit like her mom and great-grandmother Gabby, and seems to have Gabby’s pioneering spirit.  She’s a cutie-patootie.

Pardon her poopy butt.  Her momma is not doing a good job of cleaning off her butt (nor did her mother before her, so apparently refusal to lick baby butts runs in this line).  I can’t say I blame her, I wouldn’t want to lick my baby’s poop-butt, either.  Sweetpea is doing great with all other aspects of mothering, so I give her a pass on the poopbutts.  I clean the kids off with a warm rag every once in awhile to make sure they don’t get blocked up.  

Sweetpea’s baby boy.  It is seeming increasingly likely that this little boy is not going to end up meat after all.  My mom was there when he was born (I wasn’t, I had to work… so frustrating!) and she was the one who wiped his little nose clean and helped him get started.  Then he was all pathetic the next day and we had to tube feed him twice, and both my mom and I are suckers for pathetic animals.  Plus tube feeding and thus saving the life of a tiny helpless wee beast tends to make you bond to them a bit.

Sooo it is seeming very likely that his name is going to be Eugene and mom might try to train him up to pull her garden cart.  We shall see.  He is quite friendly, I must say, and as you can see from the photos, he’s very pretty.  Dark brown with grey and black spots, and such long ears.

Look at my precious babies!  Up and toddling around, jumping and nursing today.  I wish I had a better camera, truly.  They are so adorable.