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Need to share some home made pepperoni knots.
Marvel by Moebius.
A great artist can take a classic design and make it their own while keeping the essence intact. Moebius was definitely one of the greats.
Elf with iris, 1885-90
Watercolor and gouache over pencil
Messing around with nupastels and ended up sketching Lana from Archer. I don’t feel like posting this on my art blog but here anything goes.
1. A Waterfall Among Rocks
2. A Single Figure
3. Amateur Theatricals
4. The Grand Staircase, from the West
5. An Interior: Petworth Church
6. Profile of a Man with a Bulbous Nose
7. Seated Figures
8. Dover: The Pier, with a Ship at Sea in a Storm
9. Studies of Rustic Groups: Women Gossiping; a Man Driving Two Cows; Boats; a Man with Carts and Horses
10. Color Trails
A new piece I did with gouache with my potential story idea in mind.
I was looking at more animations for this particular piece. I mostly looked at studio ghibli and Disney’s Atlantis for inspiration.
I’m usually in the mindset of the top picture, but every once in a while that bottom one sneaks up on me
How I’m feeling at the moment. …. ahhh
Need art jobs.
Girl/robot music duo.
Steven universe love!
Awesome sounds to paint to.
Also their clothes (pockets, pockets, pockets).
if stuff is made for men, it’s practical and helps them be human beings
if stuff is made for women, it’s pretty and helps us be decoration
You forgot, the stuff made for women is also more expensive
Will never NOT reblog stuff such as this.
also their salaries
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From his self-made 8’ x 8’ backyard observatory in Michigan, Terry Hancock produces astronomical imagery rivaling that of NASA or JPL. His compositions are often the result of 15 hour integrations or longer, and feature such incredible attention to detail, framing, and color, that you could be forgiven for mistaking them as exquisitely crafted paintings. Much more of his work is available on his website, and on Flickr.
- as-howarth said:Hey John, what is your reaction to the news that the Riverside district has chosen to ban TFIOS from middle school libraries on the grounds that it deals with mortality and sex? I remember your reactions to similar situations concerning your books have been pretty animated and wondered what you thought?
I guess I am both happy and sad.
I am happy because apparently young people in Riverside, California will never witness or experience mortality...