1. beckycloonan:

    inkytasty:

    typette:

    djlegz:

    sizvideos:

    Video

    Assassin’s Creed screams in the distance

    someone write a youth fantasy novel about this damn thing

    Oh….my…..give this to me now.

    *heavy breathing*

    Reblogged from: beckycloonan
  2. My CT’s been acting up lately, so here’s a drawing I did a little while ago. Will I ever finish the story this dude is based on? Who knows.

    My CT’s been acting up lately, so here’s a drawing I did a little while ago. Will I ever finish the story this dude is based on? Who knows.

  3. alliartist:

    dinolich:

    alliartist:

    I sent this to a few friends today.

    I hate Allison

    But do you really

    image

    image

    image

    image

    image

    image

    Hm, I can see why you hate me.

    This is amazing.

    Reblogged from: alliartist
  4. Been a while since I’ve posted something. So, an excerpt from magic kitty comic. It’s been a long time since I’ve been able to work on it. Only about ten pages to go before I get to the point where I ask myself if I’m going to upload it.

    Been a while since I’ve posted something. So, an excerpt from magic kitty comic. It’s been a long time since I’ve been able to work on it. Only about ten pages to go before I get to the point where I ask myself if I’m going to upload it.

  5. septagonstudios:

Jon Juarez harriorrihar
    Reblogged from: septagonstudios
  6. Tom Haverford going “Nooooo!”: A Supercut

    Reblogged from: squiral
  7. artnouveaustyle:

Pendant with glass figure by René Lalique. Made of gold, glass and plique-a-jour enamel. 1900.
found/reblog via moomindeco

    artnouveaustyle:

    Pendant with glass figure by René Lalique. Made of gold, glass and plique-a-jour enamel. 1900.

    found/reblog via moomindeco

    Reblogged from: artnouveaustyle
  8. septagonstudios:

Artgerm™
MOTHER OF DRAGONS
    Reblogged from: septagonstudios
  9. maisonimmonen:

    Hello and thanks for the kind words.

    1) I’ve never considered quitting per se, but I have periodically gotten very very tired, sometimes mentally, sometimes physically. I try to take more weekends off now, to get regular exercise and have recently cut way, way back on personal appearances.

    About eight or ten years ago, K and I redoubled our commitment to create (or finish) the stories we’ve always talked about doing, and I have found that. despite the added workload of webcomics (Never As Bad As You Think) or OGNs (Moving Pictures, Russian Olive to Red King), the effort is worth it on its own merits as well as having a rejuvenating effect on work to which I am already committed. A change is as good as a rest, you know.

    Also, money.

    2) Oh, every page has some frustration, but I expect that’s due to my own limits, perceived or real. I find sci-fi environs in general very challenging and feel my efforts often come up short. Hair is hard. Explosions. Trees. Babies. Hats.

    3) See above. Every new day, every new page is an opportunity to improve. Knowing there are people waiting for work to get turned in means sometimes letting less-than-perfect drawings go out the door. Tomorrow there will be better drawings. And free beer.

    4) I could make something up, or you could take your pick of inspirational aphorisms by which to live, but I honestly don’t give the subject too much thought. My job is telling stories with pictures. That’s what I’ve committed to do, so I don’t waste a lot of time brooding about whether or not the muse is with me on a given day. I wake up and get to work. It was good enough for Kirby.

    -Stuart

    Reblogged from: maisonimmonen
  10. Drew a Capaldi Doctor Who for Sketch dailies.
tryin out a different technique.
Maybe I shouldn’t have done that because now my hand is sore and my typing is a mess. Sorry if I just smisspelled everything.

    Drew a Capaldi Doctor Who for Sketch dailies.

    tryin out a different technique.

    Maybe I shouldn’t have done that because now my hand is sore and my typing is a mess. Sorry if I just smisspelled everything.

  11. fuckyeahvintageillustration:

    azertip:

    René Gruau

    René Gruau (4 February 1909 – 31 March 2004) was a renowned fashion illustrator whose exaggerated portrayal of fashion design through painting has had a lasting effect on the fashion industry.

    Reblogged from: fuckyeahvintageillustration
  12. We as women are trained to see ourselves as cheap imitations of fashion photographs, rather than seeing fashion photographs as cheap imitations of women.
    Naomi Wolf, The Beauty Myth (via spoookywinchesters)
    Reblogged from: lesliedraws
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