The Art of Darkness

Link Dumps of Our Fathers

August 19th, 2016 by Cobwebs

The Paper Magician – First book in a series involving magic-workers who are bound to one particular substance, such as paper, metal, or glass.

Absinthe Salon – Steampunky establishment in Sydney.

Devil’s Trap Skirt – Easy tutorial for a Supernatural-inspired circle skirt.

Mini Graveyard Kit – 25 polymer resin tombstones, gargoyles, and other cemetery decorations for a terrarium or particularly gothy fairy garden.

Skull Walker – This skull scuttles along on mechanical legs, right into your nightmares.

Fuck Yeah Tarot Decks – A curated collection of Tarot art.

What Do Goths Eat for Breakfast? – A guide, of sorts.

The Wand Company – Some neat fantasy and SF props, including a wand which incorporates a universal remote control so you can “magically” control your entertainment system.

In Defense of Villainesses – “she’s never ever cute or soft or scared of you.”

Conan the Salaryman – Amusing novelty Twitter account. “Conan pointed his blade at the intruder. ‘I’ve claimed this room by blood and steel!’ he roared. ‘And the meeting room reservation system!'”

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6 Responses

  1. Fiend4Halloween Says:

    Hello and good mourning to all. Great link dump today, thanks!! The graveyard, skull walker, tarot art all are great and on my list. Have a great weekend and happy haunting!

  2. Devriesx Says:

    The Paper Magi seems like an interesting idea. There are a series of cool, crime/comedy movies following a non magic using detective named Lovecraft in a magic using world. One is called “Cast A Deadly Spell” and the other is called “Witch Hunt”. I’m not sure if they made a third.

  3. Devriesx Says:

    Two ideas I am toying with for a story I am writing are the ideas of several classes of magus such as “Blood Mages” who have the power to move and control exposed blood and shadow magics, mages who can control or move along shadows whose magics are strongest at dawn and dusk when shadows are infinitely long.
    Some of my short stories are here:
    http://penumbraxx.tripod.com/id8.html

  4. Bruno Says:

    That breakfast guide is a MARVELOUS link dump in its own right! :O

  5. Mim Says:

    That skull walker is excellent!

  6. Jessica Says:

    I loved the Paper Magician series. Bought all 3 books for really cheap on Amazon!

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