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Flavors, novels, photographs, smells and that guy who came knocking on my front door one morning asking for a pair of scissors.

I said I had two, but they were of different sizes and then he kept staring at me and smiling until my breakfast crawled out of my stomach and offered itself to him on my front carpet that said 'Welcome'.

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nevver:

Shogun Assassin, Andrew Archer
nevver:

Shogun Assassin, Andrew Archer
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juliancallos:

“Night-Blooming”Acrylic and gouache on Rives BFK8.25” x 10.5”
Here’s my piece for this year’s “Suggestivism” show, curated by Nathan Spoor and hosted this time by Copro Gallery in Santa Monica, CA. The show opens August 16th, from 8:30-11pm and runs till September 6th.
Since the show is subtitled “Chronology,” I wanted to play around with the idea of a time shift and decided to have a seemingly sun bleached daytime scene bordering a nighttime scene, with the moonflowers from the border in full bloom.
Hope you can make it to the show to see the piece in person along with the incredible work by the other artists! Check out that line-up!
juliancallos:

“Night-Blooming”Acrylic and gouache on Rives BFK8.25” x 10.5”
Here’s my piece for this year’s “Suggestivism” show, curated by Nathan Spoor and hosted this time by Copro Gallery in Santa Monica, CA. The show opens August 16th, from 8:30-11pm and runs till September 6th.
Since the show is subtitled “Chronology,” I wanted to play around with the idea of a time shift and decided to have a seemingly sun bleached daytime scene bordering a nighttime scene, with the moonflowers from the border in full bloom.
Hope you can make it to the show to see the piece in person along with the incredible work by the other artists! Check out that line-up!
juliancallos:

“Night-Blooming”Acrylic and gouache on Rives BFK8.25” x 10.5”
Here’s my piece for this year’s “Suggestivism” show, curated by Nathan Spoor and hosted this time by Copro Gallery in Santa Monica, CA. The show opens August 16th, from 8:30-11pm and runs till September 6th.
Since the show is subtitled “Chronology,” I wanted to play around with the idea of a time shift and decided to have a seemingly sun bleached daytime scene bordering a nighttime scene, with the moonflowers from the border in full bloom.
Hope you can make it to the show to see the piece in person along with the incredible work by the other artists! Check out that line-up!
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alexsegura:

Wow: Nick and Nora Charles of The Thin Man by @GabrielHardman.
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brianmichaelbendis:

Jimi Hendrix art of Jean Giraud, aka Moebius.
brianmichaelbendis:

Jimi Hendrix art of Jean Giraud, aka Moebius.
brianmichaelbendis:

Jimi Hendrix art of Jean Giraud, aka Moebius.
brianmichaelbendis:

Jimi Hendrix art of Jean Giraud, aka Moebius.
brianmichaelbendis:

Jimi Hendrix art of Jean Giraud, aka Moebius.
brianmichaelbendis:

Jimi Hendrix art of Jean Giraud, aka Moebius.
brianmichaelbendis:

Jimi Hendrix art of Jean Giraud, aka Moebius.
brianmichaelbendis:

Jimi Hendrix art of Jean Giraud, aka Moebius.
brianmichaelbendis:

Jimi Hendrix art of Jean Giraud, aka Moebius.
brianmichaelbendis:

Jimi Hendrix art of Jean Giraud, aka Moebius.
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joekeatinge:

rondanchan:

Process Post! Here’s a step-by-step of my cute girl sketch from earlier this week.

Ron is very talented and its great to see what his process is.
joekeatinge:

rondanchan:

Process Post! Here’s a step-by-step of my cute girl sketch from earlier this week.

Ron is very talented and its great to see what his process is.
joekeatinge:

rondanchan:

Process Post! Here’s a step-by-step of my cute girl sketch from earlier this week.

Ron is very talented and its great to see what his process is.
joekeatinge:

rondanchan:

Process Post! Here’s a step-by-step of my cute girl sketch from earlier this week.

Ron is very talented and its great to see what his process is.
joekeatinge:

rondanchan:

Process Post! Here’s a step-by-step of my cute girl sketch from earlier this week.

Ron is very talented and its great to see what his process is.
joekeatinge:

rondanchan:

Process Post! Here’s a step-by-step of my cute girl sketch from earlier this week.

Ron is very talented and its great to see what his process is.
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adarasanchez:

I warned you, risqué drawings each month for Elisa Victoria's texts  ♥ La Mancha Blanca (The White Stain). Primera Línea Magazine. July 2014.This month, a german girl called Connie (Lengua de serpiente // Snake tongue)
adarasanchez:

I warned you, risqué drawings each month for Elisa Victoria's texts  ♥ La Mancha Blanca (The White Stain). Primera Línea Magazine. July 2014.This month, a german girl called Connie (Lengua de serpiente // Snake tongue)
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ryanlangdraws:

I’ve had people insist that I used 3d an photos, despite my assertion that I haven’t. You can see the thread here http://www.reddit.com/r/comicbooks/comments/2ag3ku/this_is_a_painting_iron_man_by_ryan_lang/ But this isn’t for them. This is for people that like to see the process of an illustration. I tried to break it down, but if there are any questions, please ask. I have no problem with artists using photos or 3d in their digital work, so when I say I didn’t use photos or 3d for this image, it was that I wanted to see what I could accomplish on my own (with a couple of filters at the end). And if after this process post people still refuse to believe that I didn’t use photos or 3d….. I will take that as a compliment.
ryanlangdraws:

I’ve had people insist that I used 3d an photos, despite my assertion that I haven’t. You can see the thread here http://www.reddit.com/r/comicbooks/comments/2ag3ku/this_is_a_painting_iron_man_by_ryan_lang/ But this isn’t for them. This is for people that like to see the process of an illustration. I tried to break it down, but if there are any questions, please ask. I have no problem with artists using photos or 3d in their digital work, so when I say I didn’t use photos or 3d for this image, it was that I wanted to see what I could accomplish on my own (with a couple of filters at the end). And if after this process post people still refuse to believe that I didn’t use photos or 3d….. I will take that as a compliment.
ryanlangdraws:

I’ve had people insist that I used 3d an photos, despite my assertion that I haven’t. You can see the thread here http://www.reddit.com/r/comicbooks/comments/2ag3ku/this_is_a_painting_iron_man_by_ryan_lang/ But this isn’t for them. This is for people that like to see the process of an illustration. I tried to break it down, but if there are any questions, please ask. I have no problem with artists using photos or 3d in their digital work, so when I say I didn’t use photos or 3d for this image, it was that I wanted to see what I could accomplish on my own (with a couple of filters at the end). And if after this process post people still refuse to believe that I didn’t use photos or 3d….. I will take that as a compliment.
ryanlangdraws:

I’ve had people insist that I used 3d an photos, despite my assertion that I haven’t. You can see the thread here http://www.reddit.com/r/comicbooks/comments/2ag3ku/this_is_a_painting_iron_man_by_ryan_lang/ But this isn’t for them. This is for people that like to see the process of an illustration. I tried to break it down, but if there are any questions, please ask. I have no problem with artists using photos or 3d in their digital work, so when I say I didn’t use photos or 3d for this image, it was that I wanted to see what I could accomplish on my own (with a couple of filters at the end). And if after this process post people still refuse to believe that I didn’t use photos or 3d….. I will take that as a compliment.
ryanlangdraws:

I’ve had people insist that I used 3d an photos, despite my assertion that I haven’t. You can see the thread here http://www.reddit.com/r/comicbooks/comments/2ag3ku/this_is_a_painting_iron_man_by_ryan_lang/ But this isn’t for them. This is for people that like to see the process of an illustration. I tried to break it down, but if there are any questions, please ask. I have no problem with artists using photos or 3d in their digital work, so when I say I didn’t use photos or 3d for this image, it was that I wanted to see what I could accomplish on my own (with a couple of filters at the end). And if after this process post people still refuse to believe that I didn’t use photos or 3d….. I will take that as a compliment.
ryanlangdraws:

I’ve had people insist that I used 3d an photos, despite my assertion that I haven’t. You can see the thread here http://www.reddit.com/r/comicbooks/comments/2ag3ku/this_is_a_painting_iron_man_by_ryan_lang/ But this isn’t for them. This is for people that like to see the process of an illustration. I tried to break it down, but if there are any questions, please ask. I have no problem with artists using photos or 3d in their digital work, so when I say I didn’t use photos or 3d for this image, it was that I wanted to see what I could accomplish on my own (with a couple of filters at the end). And if after this process post people still refuse to believe that I didn’t use photos or 3d….. I will take that as a compliment.
ryanlangdraws:

I’ve had people insist that I used 3d an photos, despite my assertion that I haven’t. You can see the thread here http://www.reddit.com/r/comicbooks/comments/2ag3ku/this_is_a_painting_iron_man_by_ryan_lang/ But this isn’t for them. This is for people that like to see the process of an illustration. I tried to break it down, but if there are any questions, please ask. I have no problem with artists using photos or 3d in their digital work, so when I say I didn’t use photos or 3d for this image, it was that I wanted to see what I could accomplish on my own (with a couple of filters at the end). And if after this process post people still refuse to believe that I didn’t use photos or 3d….. I will take that as a compliment.
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nimbusblack:

Hello All!
Working hard on this secret project which hopefully will be out at your nearest New York Comic Con in a few months. In the meantime here is some personal work to keep the dust off my Tumblr. Some photography from my time spent hiking in the forest; a piece I titled as The African Queen of Hearts (which will be on my Online store shortly); and a promo piece I am currently working on for the story I’m writing called The Mushroom King. Thats it for now. Hope to post more updates soon amigos!
Best,
Lamar Mathurin aka Nimbus Black
nimbusblack:

Hello All!
Working hard on this secret project which hopefully will be out at your nearest New York Comic Con in a few months. In the meantime here is some personal work to keep the dust off my Tumblr. Some photography from my time spent hiking in the forest; a piece I titled as The African Queen of Hearts (which will be on my Online store shortly); and a promo piece I am currently working on for the story I’m writing called The Mushroom King. Thats it for now. Hope to post more updates soon amigos!
Best,
Lamar Mathurin aka Nimbus Black
nimbusblack:

Hello All!
Working hard on this secret project which hopefully will be out at your nearest New York Comic Con in a few months. In the meantime here is some personal work to keep the dust off my Tumblr. Some photography from my time spent hiking in the forest; a piece I titled as The African Queen of Hearts (which will be on my Online store shortly); and a promo piece I am currently working on for the story I’m writing called The Mushroom King. Thats it for now. Hope to post more updates soon amigos!
Best,
Lamar Mathurin aka Nimbus Black
nimbusblack:

Hello All!
Working hard on this secret project which hopefully will be out at your nearest New York Comic Con in a few months. In the meantime here is some personal work to keep the dust off my Tumblr. Some photography from my time spent hiking in the forest; a piece I titled as The African Queen of Hearts (which will be on my Online store shortly); and a promo piece I am currently working on for the story I’m writing called The Mushroom King. Thats it for now. Hope to post more updates soon amigos!
Best,
Lamar Mathurin aka Nimbus Black
nimbusblack:

Hello All!
Working hard on this secret project which hopefully will be out at your nearest New York Comic Con in a few months. In the meantime here is some personal work to keep the dust off my Tumblr. Some photography from my time spent hiking in the forest; a piece I titled as The African Queen of Hearts (which will be on my Online store shortly); and a promo piece I am currently working on for the story I’m writing called The Mushroom King. Thats it for now. Hope to post more updates soon amigos!
Best,
Lamar Mathurin aka Nimbus Black
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thrash-horror-comics:

Love this cover
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benfoxartappr:

Hey guys, the Artist of the Week is contemporary character designer Nico Marlet.
Nico Marlet is a French born concept artist working in the American animation industry. He graduated from CFT Gobelins in France, and moved to California, in the United States, to work at Dreamworks Animation Studio in 1990. He worked for several years as an animator, before switching to the character design team in 1995 for the production of “Balto.” Since then Marlet has worked mostly on character design for Dreamworks’s films.
His concept art for “Kung Fu Panda” and “How to Train Your Dragon” is his most popular around the world. They feature his impeccable shape design, loose, gestural quality, and trademark sepia colored pencil and markers. I think Marlet’s recent popularity is significantly due to how lively his drawings are. His practice as an animator is highly evident in his concept designs, which are full of movement and expression.
benfoxartappr:

Hey guys, the Artist of the Week is contemporary character designer Nico Marlet.
Nico Marlet is a French born concept artist working in the American animation industry. He graduated from CFT Gobelins in France, and moved to California, in the United States, to work at Dreamworks Animation Studio in 1990. He worked for several years as an animator, before switching to the character design team in 1995 for the production of “Balto.” Since then Marlet has worked mostly on character design for Dreamworks’s films.
His concept art for “Kung Fu Panda” and “How to Train Your Dragon” is his most popular around the world. They feature his impeccable shape design, loose, gestural quality, and trademark sepia colored pencil and markers. I think Marlet’s recent popularity is significantly due to how lively his drawings are. His practice as an animator is highly evident in his concept designs, which are full of movement and expression.
benfoxartappr:

Hey guys, the Artist of the Week is contemporary character designer Nico Marlet.
Nico Marlet is a French born concept artist working in the American animation industry. He graduated from CFT Gobelins in France, and moved to California, in the United States, to work at Dreamworks Animation Studio in 1990. He worked for several years as an animator, before switching to the character design team in 1995 for the production of “Balto.” Since then Marlet has worked mostly on character design for Dreamworks’s films.
His concept art for “Kung Fu Panda” and “How to Train Your Dragon” is his most popular around the world. They feature his impeccable shape design, loose, gestural quality, and trademark sepia colored pencil and markers. I think Marlet’s recent popularity is significantly due to how lively his drawings are. His practice as an animator is highly evident in his concept designs, which are full of movement and expression.
benfoxartappr:

Hey guys, the Artist of the Week is contemporary character designer Nico Marlet.
Nico Marlet is a French born concept artist working in the American animation industry. He graduated from CFT Gobelins in France, and moved to California, in the United States, to work at Dreamworks Animation Studio in 1990. He worked for several years as an animator, before switching to the character design team in 1995 for the production of “Balto.” Since then Marlet has worked mostly on character design for Dreamworks’s films.
His concept art for “Kung Fu Panda” and “How to Train Your Dragon” is his most popular around the world. They feature his impeccable shape design, loose, gestural quality, and trademark sepia colored pencil and markers. I think Marlet’s recent popularity is significantly due to how lively his drawings are. His practice as an animator is highly evident in his concept designs, which are full of movement and expression.
benfoxartappr:

Hey guys, the Artist of the Week is contemporary character designer Nico Marlet.
Nico Marlet is a French born concept artist working in the American animation industry. He graduated from CFT Gobelins in France, and moved to California, in the United States, to work at Dreamworks Animation Studio in 1990. He worked for several years as an animator, before switching to the character design team in 1995 for the production of “Balto.” Since then Marlet has worked mostly on character design for Dreamworks’s films.
His concept art for “Kung Fu Panda” and “How to Train Your Dragon” is his most popular around the world. They feature his impeccable shape design, loose, gestural quality, and trademark sepia colored pencil and markers. I think Marlet’s recent popularity is significantly due to how lively his drawings are. His practice as an animator is highly evident in his concept designs, which are full of movement and expression.
benfoxartappr:

Hey guys, the Artist of the Week is contemporary character designer Nico Marlet.
Nico Marlet is a French born concept artist working in the American animation industry. He graduated from CFT Gobelins in France, and moved to California, in the United States, to work at Dreamworks Animation Studio in 1990. He worked for several years as an animator, before switching to the character design team in 1995 for the production of “Balto.” Since then Marlet has worked mostly on character design for Dreamworks’s films.
His concept art for “Kung Fu Panda” and “How to Train Your Dragon” is his most popular around the world. They feature his impeccable shape design, loose, gestural quality, and trademark sepia colored pencil and markers. I think Marlet’s recent popularity is significantly due to how lively his drawings are. His practice as an animator is highly evident in his concept designs, which are full of movement and expression.
benfoxartappr:

Hey guys, the Artist of the Week is contemporary character designer Nico Marlet.
Nico Marlet is a French born concept artist working in the American animation industry. He graduated from CFT Gobelins in France, and moved to California, in the United States, to work at Dreamworks Animation Studio in 1990. He worked for several years as an animator, before switching to the character design team in 1995 for the production of “Balto.” Since then Marlet has worked mostly on character design for Dreamworks’s films.
His concept art for “Kung Fu Panda” and “How to Train Your Dragon” is his most popular around the world. They feature his impeccable shape design, loose, gestural quality, and trademark sepia colored pencil and markers. I think Marlet’s recent popularity is significantly due to how lively his drawings are. His practice as an animator is highly evident in his concept designs, which are full of movement and expression.
benfoxartappr:

Hey guys, the Artist of the Week is contemporary character designer Nico Marlet.
Nico Marlet is a French born concept artist working in the American animation industry. He graduated from CFT Gobelins in France, and moved to California, in the United States, to work at Dreamworks Animation Studio in 1990. He worked for several years as an animator, before switching to the character design team in 1995 for the production of “Balto.” Since then Marlet has worked mostly on character design for Dreamworks’s films.
His concept art for “Kung Fu Panda” and “How to Train Your Dragon” is his most popular around the world. They feature his impeccable shape design, loose, gestural quality, and trademark sepia colored pencil and markers. I think Marlet’s recent popularity is significantly due to how lively his drawings are. His practice as an animator is highly evident in his concept designs, which are full of movement and expression.
benfoxartappr:

Hey guys, the Artist of the Week is contemporary character designer Nico Marlet.
Nico Marlet is a French born concept artist working in the American animation industry. He graduated from CFT Gobelins in France, and moved to California, in the United States, to work at Dreamworks Animation Studio in 1990. He worked for several years as an animator, before switching to the character design team in 1995 for the production of “Balto.” Since then Marlet has worked mostly on character design for Dreamworks’s films.
His concept art for “Kung Fu Panda” and “How to Train Your Dragon” is his most popular around the world. They feature his impeccable shape design, loose, gestural quality, and trademark sepia colored pencil and markers. I think Marlet’s recent popularity is significantly due to how lively his drawings are. His practice as an animator is highly evident in his concept designs, which are full of movement and expression.
benfoxartappr:

Hey guys, the Artist of the Week is contemporary character designer Nico Marlet.
Nico Marlet is a French born concept artist working in the American animation industry. He graduated from CFT Gobelins in France, and moved to California, in the United States, to work at Dreamworks Animation Studio in 1990. He worked for several years as an animator, before switching to the character design team in 1995 for the production of “Balto.” Since then Marlet has worked mostly on character design for Dreamworks’s films.
His concept art for “Kung Fu Panda” and “How to Train Your Dragon” is his most popular around the world. They feature his impeccable shape design, loose, gestural quality, and trademark sepia colored pencil and markers. I think Marlet’s recent popularity is significantly due to how lively his drawings are. His practice as an animator is highly evident in his concept designs, which are full of movement and expression.
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artemisdreaming:

Misha Gordin HERE

Artemis:  I posted a couple of these at some point but I spotted them on the dash again recently and was reminded of the short “Atraksion” by Raoul Servais (I don’t know the inspiration for the photos) 

Dashboard click box below for video (watch… it’s crazy)


"Atraksion" by Raoul Servais (via:  DenisKovalev on youtube)

Film synopsis:  ""A couple of downcast prison inmates work their way through the most desperate of landscapes. One of them ventures to look up towards a shining light. Is that their deliverance? He decides to go for it."

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artemisdreaming:

Misha Gordin HERE

Artemis:  I posted a couple of these at some point but I spotted them on the dash again recently and was reminded of the short “Atraksion” by Raoul Servais (I don’t know the inspiration for the photos) 

Dashboard click box below for video (watch… it’s crazy)


"Atraksion" by Raoul Servais (via:  DenisKovalev on youtube)

Film synopsis:  ""A couple of downcast prison inmates work their way through the most desperate of landscapes. One of them ventures to look up towards a shining light. Is that their deliverance? He decides to go for it."

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artemisdreaming:

Misha Gordin HERE

Artemis:  I posted a couple of these at some point but I spotted them on the dash again recently and was reminded of the short “Atraksion” by Raoul Servais (I don’t know the inspiration for the photos) 

Dashboard click box below for video (watch… it’s crazy)


"Atraksion" by Raoul Servais (via:  DenisKovalev on youtube)

Film synopsis:  ""A couple of downcast prison inmates work their way through the most desperate of landscapes. One of them ventures to look up towards a shining light. Is that their deliverance? He decides to go for it."

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artemisdreaming:

Misha Gordin HERE

Artemis:  I posted a couple of these at some point but I spotted them on the dash again recently and was reminded of the short “Atraksion” by Raoul Servais (I don’t know the inspiration for the photos) 

Dashboard click box below for video (watch… it’s crazy)


"Atraksion" by Raoul Servais (via:  DenisKovalev on youtube)

Film synopsis:  ""A couple of downcast prison inmates work their way through the most desperate of landscapes. One of them ventures to look up towards a shining light. Is that their deliverance? He decides to go for it."

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artemisdreaming:

Misha Gordin HERE

Artemis:  I posted a couple of these at some point but I spotted them on the dash again recently and was reminded of the short “Atraksion” by Raoul Servais (I don’t know the inspiration for the photos) 

Dashboard click box below for video (watch… it’s crazy)


"Atraksion" by Raoul Servais (via:  DenisKovalev on youtube)

Film synopsis:  ""A couple of downcast prison inmates work their way through the most desperate of landscapes. One of them ventures to look up towards a shining light. Is that their deliverance? He decides to go for it."

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artemisdreaming:

Misha Gordin HERE

Artemis:  I posted a couple of these at some point but I spotted them on the dash again recently and was reminded of the short “Atraksion” by Raoul Servais (I don’t know the inspiration for the photos) 

Dashboard click box below for video (watch… it’s crazy)


"Atraksion" by Raoul Servais (via:  DenisKovalev on youtube)

Film synopsis:  ""A couple of downcast prison inmates work their way through the most desperate of landscapes. One of them ventures to look up towards a shining light. Is that their deliverance? He decides to go for it."

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artemisdreaming:

Misha Gordin HERE

Artemis:  I posted a couple of these at some point but I spotted them on the dash again recently and was reminded of the short “Atraksion” by Raoul Servais (I don’t know the inspiration for the photos) 

Dashboard click box below for video (watch… it’s crazy)


"Atraksion" by Raoul Servais (via:  DenisKovalev on youtube)

Film synopsis:  ""A couple of downcast prison inmates work their way through the most desperate of landscapes. One of them ventures to look up towards a shining light. Is that their deliverance? He decides to go for it."

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artemisdreaming:

Misha Gordin HERE

Artemis:  I posted a couple of these at some point but I spotted them on the dash again recently and was reminded of the short “Atraksion” by Raoul Servais (I don’t know the inspiration for the photos) 

Dashboard click box below for video (watch… it’s crazy)


"Atraksion" by Raoul Servais (via:  DenisKovalev on youtube)

Film synopsis:  ""A couple of downcast prison inmates work their way through the most desperate of landscapes. One of them ventures to look up towards a shining light. Is that their deliverance? He decides to go for it."

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artemisdreaming:

Misha Gordin HERE

Artemis:  I posted a couple of these at some point but I spotted them on the dash again recently and was reminded of the short “Atraksion” by Raoul Servais (I don’t know the inspiration for the photos) 

Dashboard click box below for video (watch… it’s crazy)


"Atraksion" by Raoul Servais (via:  DenisKovalev on youtube)

Film synopsis:  ""A couple of downcast prison inmates work their way through the most desperate of landscapes. One of them ventures to look up towards a shining light. Is that their deliverance? He decides to go for it."

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artemisdreaming:

Misha Gordin HERE

Artemis:  I posted a couple of these at some point but I spotted them on the dash again recently and was reminded of the short “Atraksion” by Raoul Servais (I don’t know the inspiration for the photos) 

Dashboard click box below for video (watch… it’s crazy)


"Atraksion" by Raoul Servais (via:  DenisKovalev on youtube)

Film synopsis:  ""A couple of downcast prison inmates work their way through the most desperate of landscapes. One of them ventures to look up towards a shining light. Is that their deliverance? He decides to go for it."

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twistingnerve:

Cages
twistingnerve:

Cages
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adarasanchez:

1000drawings:

Take Your Clothes Off by Adara Sánchez

My old drawings :)(2008/2010)
adarasanchez:

1000drawings:

Take Your Clothes Off by Adara Sánchez

My old drawings :)(2008/2010)
adarasanchez:

1000drawings:

Take Your Clothes Off by Adara Sánchez

My old drawings :)(2008/2010)
adarasanchez:

1000drawings:

Take Your Clothes Off by Adara Sánchez

My old drawings :)(2008/2010)
adarasanchez:

1000drawings:

Take Your Clothes Off by Adara Sánchez

My old drawings :)(2008/2010)
adarasanchez:

1000drawings:

Take Your Clothes Off by Adara Sánchez

My old drawings :)(2008/2010)
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lingy000:

Indian temples study
lingy000:

Indian temples study
lingy000:

Indian temples study
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shardula:

experimenting my new medium & planning to draw two girls on textured paper (11”x14”) for the muses show. #swoongalleryla #mayannlicudine #illustration