Antoinette Van Sluytman
Thought I'd add a few specific notes about my #mswl after going through QM. Not really big on queens, monster slayers, concubines, and assassins. Give me shady shamans, sassy cartographers, magic gravediggers, salty artisans, grumpy baristas, and celestial grocery baggers (🧵)
In modern fantasy I'm looking for things like Jade City. Give me family shenanigans, politics, with really unique magic systems. Babel and Black Sun are always top on my list. Overall anything with colonizer bashing themes, non-western mythos, pirates, or dark academics
Since my ventures into MHA I'm curious to read about more unlikeable heroes or grumpy protagonists with the character development of Katsuki Bakugou. Also give me friends to enemies like JJK Gojo and Geto. I love blurred lines and moral grayness.
Historic Vids @historyinmemesCenturies ago, approximately 800 years prior, the indigenous Inuit and Yupik communities residing in Alaska and northern regions of Canada ingeniously crafted small apertures on ivory and antler materials to fashion snow goggles. This innovative creation served the purpose of reducing eye fatigue and protecting against the harmful effects of snow blindness caused by ultraviolet (UV) radiation emanating from direct sunlight as well as its reflection. https://twitter.com/historyinmemes/status/1665845629384269824/photo/1
#Mswl give me indigenous Alaskan sci-fi
khai ⋆ @venusianrubythe 'heat wave' editorial, peng chang by zhong lin for vogue taiwan january '22 https://twitter.com/venusianruby/status/1662092779177250816/photo/1
Tsunami water spirit horror?👀 #mswl
Ki-Et @VNhac00Since the Chinese poster of Spider verse is going viral, here r some stunning Chinese posters for non-Chinese films rendered in traditional elements that I personally love 🧵 https://twitter.com/VNhac00/status/1662119854969696257/photo/1
This whole thread is #mswl for illustrators. I adore traditional styles!