dressing Will Graham in Rihanna’s Swarovski crystal outfit for a benefit dinner.
why is his face faded but his eyebrows not
Hop! A something based in a fic my waifu mybrotherthinksiminsane is writing X3 ♥ Dominance and absolute trust are the motors of this ship ♥
Oh, the blasphemy!
PS: Also a detail of Levi’s face ‘cause I love how it came out ♥
ok guys but.
i was just looking up the meaning of the name Erwin and guess what:
I haven’t made the house available for download, and I don’t plan to, but because a number of people have asked, here is a list of all the CC I used, as well as a download link for the items I created myself.
BabaYaga’s small decorative plate with stand
and woman’s profile pattern
Art from B5Studio:
- Nature in Parts
- Oölogy Prints
- Arts & Crafts Woodcuts
Hannibal’s Living Room
TS3 store content:
jomsims’s Olia Sweet double bed and folded blanket
TS3 store content:
Hannibal’s Dining Room
granthes’ One More Slot Please!
(to allow placement of lamps on the mantelpiece)
riccinumbers’ Ikea Inspired Bekvam Kitchen
stove and deco stove (double wall oven)
plasticbox’s Simple Kitchen counters, islands, cabinets
lemoncandy’s living room clutter (bowl of fruit)
- cutting board
- salt and pepper
- wall rack plant
- “Encyclopédie, ou dictionnaire raisonné des sciences, des arts et des métiers: Planches, vol. 3" - a collection of plates depicting surgical tools from the encyclopedia edited by Denis Diderot and Jean le Rond d’Alembert, 1763 (shown plate X and plate XXVI)
- “Coriolanus - Act V, Scene III”, painted by Gavin Hamilton (1723-1798), engraved by James Caldwell, 1803
- Photograph of a demonstrational surgery performed by Vincenz Czerny (1842-1916)
- Ukiyo-e triptych by Utagawa Kunisada depicting kabuki actors from the drama “Sumidagawa Hana no Goshozome (The Sumida River Adorned with Cherry Blossoms)”, 1832
- Unattributed memorial ukiyo-e print of kabuki actor Ichikawa Danjuro VIII following his suicide in 1854
- Silver hoop (made from a screenshot)
- Silver plates (made from a screenshot)
- Painting of an urn (made from a screen shot)
- Detail prints of Casa Batlló, designed by architect Antoni Gaudi, built in 1877 and renovated in 1904
Ukiyo-e prints by Katsushika Hokusai (with one exception), 1760-1849
[On the left, from top to bottom]:
- “Hōryūkaku”, depicting the battle on the roof of Hōryū Tower at Koga castle between Inukai Genpachi Nobumichi and Inuzuka Shino Moritaka from the early 19th century novel, “Nansō Satomi Hakkenden (Tale of the Eight Dogs)” (this is the exception; this is another Kunisada print)
- “Fujisawa 3.5 Ri to Hiratsuka”, from an untitled series of the 53 stations of the Tokaido road
- “Sesshū Ajikawaguchi Tenpōzan (Mt. Tenpō at the mouth of the Aji river in Sesshū province)”, from the series “Shokoku Meikyō Kiran (Remarkable Views of Bridges in Various Provinces)”
[On the right, from top to bottom]:
- “Shinpan Ukie Shin Yoshiwara Omonuchi no Zu (A New Edition of a Perspective Print Showing the Great Gate at New Yoshiwara)”
- “Yokkaichi 2.27 Ri to Ishiyakushi”, also from the Tokaido series
- “Shojin Tozan (People Climbing the Mountain)”, from the series “Fugaku Sanjûrokkei (36 Views of Mt. Fuji)”
- “Leda and the Swan”, François Boucher, c. 1740
- “Woods Reflected in a Pond”, Oscar Grosch, 1907 (mural wallpaper)
- “Young Man Pulling a Thorn from his Foot”, from “Anatomia per uso et intelligenza del disegno ricercata non solo su gl’ossi, e muscoli del corpo humano" by Bernardino Genga, 1691
- “The Bathers" by Jean-Honoré Fragonard, 1765
- “Charlecote Park Great Hall”, 1858 lithotint by F.W. Hulme of an original sketch by J.G. Jackson, 1845
and not pictured, but included:
- “Mary of Modena" by Willem Wissing, 1685 (the portrait hanging in Hannibal’s foyer).
- Plate 57, “Peculiarities of the Ear”, from Alphonse Bertillon’s “Instructions Signalétiques; Identification Anthropométrique”, 1893 (print hanging in the office mezzanine).