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posted: 08/27/14 ·44 ♥ ·via · reblog

thecarefree-art:

While recovering from a terrible flu, I ended up painting one of my favourite royal princesses of all time, Anastasia Nikolaevna Romanov. It’s been a while since I last spoken or did anything in relation to her, and I feel bad since I did my exam themes based on her, even on my first year in uni!
I know some people find this a bit creepy as I was once even shamed for liking Anastasia who had a loving father that unfortunately can only be seen as a failure of a Tsar, and yes I DO agree that he was terrible at his job - but the bolsheviks could have spared his innocent children’s lives, for they were absolute darlings who have deserved better and each of them have their own unique personality and traits. My favourite would be Maria Nikolaevna, the second youngest of the four grand duchesses, but I can’t help but paint darling Nastya out &lt;3

thecarefree-art:

While recovering from a terrible flu, I ended up painting one of my favourite royal princesses of all time, Anastasia Nikolaevna Romanov. It’s been a while since I last spoken or did anything in relation to her, and I feel bad since I did my exam themes based on her, even on my first year in uni!

I know some people find this a bit creepy as I was once even shamed for liking Anastasia who had a loving father that unfortunately can only be seen as a failure of a Tsar, and yes I DO agree that he was terrible at his job - but the bolsheviks could have spared his innocent children’s lives, for they were absolute darlings who have deserved better and each of them have their own unique personality and traits. My favourite would be Maria Nikolaevna, the second youngest of the four grand duchesses, but I can’t help but paint darling Nastya out <3




posted: 08/24/14 ·282 ♥ ·via · reblog

olga-nikolayevna:

Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatiana, Maria and Anastasia (much better quality footage from a Russian doc than that one that shall not be named)




posted: 08/17/14 ·272 ♥ ·via · reblog

otmanikolaevna:

The Imperial Children; 1906.

Colorized by me.

otmanikolaevna:

The Imperial Children; 1906.

Colorized by me.




posted: 08/17/14 ·472 ♥ ·via · reblog

thecarefree-art:

Hey guys! ( ^  3  ^ )/)

Man I hate to be such a poot but today I got into some unexpected house rent trouble which had left me penniless and might drag on for the next few months, where I was just informed that I’ve paid to the WRONG person and I needed to pay my house rent to our NEWlandlord. Not only I am broke as heck, but our new house landlord is strict and demanded that I should still pay my house rent to her this month! 

Because of my scholarship, I am not allowed to work in the UK to gain extra money (it’s ridiculous, I know, something about “students need more studying time” ugh) and I am only given a small allowance each month that I could barely survive on (my house rent is like 4/5 of my allowance). I don’t rely on my family for financial support because they are also struggling on money, and until I get back to the UK, I can’t do anything to fix this problem and re-claim my rent money from the previous owner and I really, REALLY don’t want to lose my only affordable place to live at where I’m studying! orz why is it so hard to be a poor art student in a coincidentally rich-people-only city

So this is where I need your help - even if it’s just signal boosting, it’s fine! 

Here’s some basic info on the commishes:

  • They’re prices set for waist each
  • I can also do chibis (which can be full body for £8)
  • I’ll do anything except for gore or nsfw 
  • I’m more towards drawing/painting female characters so you’ll know what to expect
  • Please let me know if you want something else + other details 
  • I only accept GBP through Paypal
  • You can check out my art blog for more samples!!!
  • If you’d like to donate, you can do so through my Paypal (or my donate button on my blogs) - every little amount helps! ; v ; 

Thank you so much for checking this post out, and please help signal boost the heckie out of this! QuQ /cries at a corner now




posted: 08/7/14 ·365 ♥ ·via · reblog




posted: 08/6/14 ·21 ♥ ·via · reblog

themauveroom:

The Grand Duchesses aboard the Standart: 1914. 

themauveroom:

The Grand Duchesses aboard the Standart: 1914. 




posted: 08/1/14 ·515 ♥ ·via · source · reblog

heyclock:

*very speedy* i need to draw odin right now




posted: 08/1/14 ·68 ♥ ·via · source · reblog

bulletproofjewels:

♔ Romanov Family Photo Spam ♔ 

10 / ∞ : NAOTMA on the Imperial Train

From left to right: Grand Duke Dmitri Pavlovich, Nicholas II, Alexandra Feodorovna (smiling!), Grand Duke Michael Alexandrovich, Tatiana, Olga, Maria and Anastasia Nikolaevna.

bulletproofjewels:

♔ Romanov Family Photo Spam ♔ 

10 /  : NAOTMA on the Imperial Train

From left to right: Grand Duke Dmitri Pavlovich, Nicholas II, Alexandra Feodorovna (smiling!), Grand Duke Michael Alexandrovich, Tatiana, Olga, Maria and Anastasia Nikolaevna.




posted: 07/12/14 ·129 ♥ ·via · reblog

ohsoromanov:

Imperial Russian Fashion: Last Empresses of Russia from the Hermitage exhibition ‘At the Russian Imperial Court. Costumes of the 18th – Early-20th Centuries’. (x)




posted: 07/11/14 ·136 ♥ ·via · source · reblog

teatimeatwinterpalace:

Tsesarevich Alexei

' He had what we Russians usually call ’ a golden heart’. He easily felt an attachment to people, he liked them and tried to do his best to help them, especially when it seemed to him that someone was unjustly hurt. His love, like that of his parents, was based mainly on pity. Tsesarevich Alexei Nikolaevich was an awfully lazy, but very capable boy ( I think, he was lazy precisely because he was capable), he easily grasped everything, he was thoughtful and keen beyond his years… Despite his good nature and compassion, he undoubtedly promised to possess a firm and independent character in the future.’  Colonal Mordvinov