Oct 01 · 1,279 notes · reblog

freejia:

doodles of some show i havent seen yet

Dude, it is so much fun. You can see the entire first two seasons on watchcartoononline.com, it’s freaking HILARIOUS. :D

Sep 29 · 21 notes · reblog

Bird training: HELP!

bad—cop:

I really need some help/advice training Archer, my Green Cheek Conure. He’s two months old and I’ve had him for just under a week, so is that too early to start training? Am I pushing him too soon? He’s totally comfortable with coming out of the cage and he paces at the door whenever I’m in the room and begs to be let out, I feel like if I leave training he’ll just keep learning to jump off his perch and onto my shoulder/the floor.

He’ll touch a stick and gets apple as a treat, but he won’t stay on his perch, he only did it when he was on my shoulder but I don’t want to do that because I don’t want him to learn that my shoulder is where he should be,

He just jumps off his perch and flies onto the floor, I can’t get him to concentrate long enough to touch the stick, he’s also not taking treats much anymore.

 Please can someone give me some advice, I know patience is key but I just don’t know how to keep him on his perch. 

I’m never going to be able to train him to step up or touch while he’s flying around, but I feel like he’s just a bit too young maybe?

(Yes his wings are clipped but he can still fly down)

It’s been a long time since I’ve had a bird, but what I remember from when I owned Coral, my borkes parakeet (I still have no idea if I’m spelling that right), is that consistency was key. She was big on flying and getting into everything, so my folks and I used food and scent to train where she was allowed and where she wasn’t. We tied millet seeds to her perches and cage, and I remember we sprayed something on the furniture and cabinet handles to keep her off of them, but I honestly can’t remember what it was.

It’s not much, but that’s what I remember.

Sep 26 · 2 notes · reblog

Paper Cricket Gallery: Illuminated Design →

 So, I finally opened my etsy shop, now that I’ve got something to put it in as my Bill Cipher plush grows to completion.

For anyone looking to purchase a Bill Cipher plush such as the one I am finishing up as we speak, I have enough material to make 3-4 more plushies at equivalent quality for $35 in my Etsy shop.

I’ve also added My Little Pony character designs to my shop, so you can get a physical copy as well as a digital one.

Sep 26 · 1 note · reblog

Seriously, his stupid tie took forEVER to get down right. ><

Seriously, his stupid tie took forEVER to get down right. ><

Sep 25 · 2 notes · reblog

Fray Check + embroidery floss =
*~FABULOUS LASHES~*
I honestly don&#8217;t think he needs more, even though canonically he has bottom and top lashes. These top lashes are ULTRA FAB.

Fray Check + embroidery floss =

*~FABULOUS LASHES~*

I honestly don’t think he needs more, even though canonically he has bottom and top lashes. These top lashes are ULTRA FAB.

Sep 25 · 2 notes · reblog

Eheheheh!
I&#8217;m watching you~!!!

Eheheheh!

I’m watching you~!!!

Sep 25 · 3 notes · reblog

doyoulikevintage:

1956 Chevy

&#8230;How much would it cost to do this to my Toyota?
It looks like it&#8217;s being turned into a Ghost Rider vehicle. &gt;3c

doyoulikevintage:

1956 Chevy

…How much would it cost to do this to my Toyota?

It looks like it’s being turned into a Ghost Rider vehicle. >3c

Sep 25 · 58 notes · reblog

REBLOG IF YOU ARE A WRITER ON TUMBLR

pimp-eridan:

IT DOES NOT MATTER WHAT KIND OF WRITER YOU ARE YOU CAN BE WRITING: POEMS, FANFICS, IDK NORMAL FICS, NOVELS, SHORT STORIES, IDK ANYTHING!! JUST REBLOG!!!

*raises hand*

Sep 25 · 54,259 notes · reblog

I made an eye out of a flat backed marble and wrapped it in felt to make an eyelid, but the lid make the eye too small for the plush.
Which sucks, cause I LOVE the follow effect of the painted marble.

I made an eye out of a flat backed marble and wrapped it in felt to make an eyelid, but the lid make the eye too small for the plush.

Which sucks, cause I LOVE the follow effect of the painted marble.

Sep 25 · 4 notes · reblog