aliceapprovesart:


Contrary to popular belief, the wings of demons are the same as the wings of angels, although they’re often better groomed.

So excited for the upcoming radio show! It’s ineffable!

aliceapprovesart:

Contrary to popular belief, the wings of demons are the same as the wings of angels, although they’re often better groomed.

So excited for the upcoming radio show! It’s ineffable!

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Sometimes human beings are very much like bees. Bees are fiercely protective of their hive, provided you are outside it. Once you’re in, the workers sort of assume that it must have been cleared by management and take no notice; various freeloading insects have evolved a mellifluous existence because of this very fact. Humans act the same way.
Good Omens, Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman (via blueanteater)

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ajcrawly:

In the Good Omens fandom we don’t say “I love you”, we say “you’re enough of a bastard to be worth liking” and I think that’s beautiful.

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It may help to understand human affairs to be clear that most of the great triumphs and tragedies of history are caused, not by people being fundamentally good or fundamentally bad, but by people being fundamentally people.
Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, Good Omens (via quoted-books)

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mariegato:

doodles from heaven and hell :d

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grrrenadine:

I got two separate Good Omens requests - one for Crowley in palette #17 from a mysterious anon and the other for Az in palette #2 from  - so I just went ahead and combined them,

(admittedly, the two palettes look quite… trippy when next to each other).

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Anon said:
Crowley in #8 :3

Anon said:

Crowley in #8 :3

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I’m not like a regular demon, I’m a COOL demon
Crowley at some point probably  (via lyricalred)

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micaceous-art:

He wasn’t feeling very well. For the last thirty miles he had been imagining that a ton of burning metal, rubber, and leather was a fully functioning automobile, and the Bentley had been resisting him fiercely.

Crowley becoming increasingly unhinged as the book goes on is my favorite part of Good Omens. This is hardly an original concept (pretty sure every GO fanartist draws the flaming Bentley at least once), but it’s such a powerful mental image, I couldn’t resist.

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