Painter, Illustrator, Sculpter.
I like odd hats and avocados. ---
Sometimes i will post my art sometimes others, but mostly this little cubby house of mine will be simply full of weird stuff.---
Art, nonsense, toys, parsnips, dress ups and retro shavings. ---
Medicine for economists.
Onychogryphosis (also known as “ram’s horn nails”) is a hypertrophy that produces nails resembling claws or a ram’s horns, possibly caused by trauma or peripheral vascular disorders, but most often secondary to neglect and failure to cut the nails for extended periods of time. Onychogryphosis is most commonly seen in the elderly
"Cactus" bucks are bucks that are in velvet and have points sticking out all over their head. When a buck has very small testes, or has no testes at all, known as cryptorchidism — meaning they haven’t descended from the body cavity and thus do not function — you get cactus bucks. Since they never shed, each spring new antlers develop on top of the old ones. Further north these extra antler tines may freeze in winter and break off, but if the weather isn’t too bad, antlers tines grow over old antlers tines and you get these weird looking bucks. The older they get, the odder the growths become.