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drawingarchitecture:

‘Old Towns’

Iakov Chernikhov

1933 - 1941

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nadya-mira:

Welcome to my world of weird animating. So this is one of my favorite shots not only because of it’s quality but also because for me it was the first time directing a subtle acting and for Lena it was the first time when she was animating a subtle acting. So we were carefully managing all his fingers and eyeballs movements as precisely as his thoughts. In the most of cases animation in this film was done direct-in-color, but into complicated shots it was painted over tie-down. So the first stage was silly painted key-poses, then after several takes a rough animation by Lena was incredibly-well done. After that I was drawing clean key-poses over it and Lena was tying-it-down and cleaning-up.

Oh thank you mighty Lena for this great time and for the all the inspiration you gave to me with your hard work! (it’s a secret but now she is working on something really mad-looking)

You can check her demoreel here. And if you haven’t seen my film it is still there.  

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anaispaws:

ACCESSORIES : Atmospheric Reentry | MAIKO TAKEDA

Japanese millinery designer Maiko Takeda presented her eye-catching 2013 MA collection ‘Atmospheric Reentry’ at London’s Royal Collage of Art. Her series of exciting sculptural headpieces that were covered in acetate bristles where also presented on this year’s accessories division of ITS competition sponsored by YKK. Born in Tokyo, Takeda moved to London back in 2005 to study jewelry design at Central Saint Martins. ‘Atmospheric Reentry’ was designed with a desire to create hats that blurred boundaries to their surrounding environment, inspired by the Philip Glass opera Einstein on the Beach, that was originally directed by Robert Wilson. Although they look somehow futuristic, all of Takeda’s designs were painstakingly crafted by hand, as she wanted to keep something tactile and analog about them. The effect is in the final result, that created somehow a digital look, made of tactile and low-tech materials.

mrockefeller:

Here’s the piece I made for the Fifth Element Art book! So excited to have been a part of this, there’s a lot of great work! Check here for updates on when the book will be available and much more information on the project.

Thanks to Karina and Joule for organizing this, can’t wait to see it in print.

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sunbakerey:

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levitatingsasquatch:


Corey Lewis recently posted a rotation for his Sharknife character and I done made a 3d model out of him.


YES YES YESYESYESYESYESIt’s like…. s’just a matter of time before Sharknife blows up and is a household everything. Am… Am *I* holding him back? What is going on, world???! ***EDIT: sorry im not like saying that out of SHEER EGO… i just mean, I think Sharknife is a wicked cool character and deserves more recognition WETHER OR NOT i created him. Hahaha. I treat my characters like friends I know. 

Reblogging this again because it’s beautiful.

yes seriously for real

sunbakerey:

linzb0t:

sunbakerey:

levitatingsasquatch:

Corey Lewis recently posted a rotation for his Sharknife character and I done made a 3d model out of him.

YES YES YESYESYESYESYES

It’s like…. s’just a matter of time before Sharknife blows up and is a household everything. Am… Am *I* holding him back? What is going on, world???! 

***EDIT: sorry im not like saying that out of SHEER EGO… i just mean, I think Sharknife is a wicked cool character and deserves more recognition WETHER OR NOT i created him. Hahaha. I treat my characters like friends I know. 

Reblogging this again because it’s beautiful.

yes seriously for real

anaispaws:

PHOTOGRAPHY : Waska Tatay | Thomas Rousset + Raphaël Verona

Emphasizing the tension between old and new, kind and evil, spiritual and physical Thomas Rousset and Raphaël Verona created a book about their recent trip to Bolivia, focusing on a mystical world of doctors, spiritual healers and medicine men. By applying a beautiful mixture of photojournalism and staged photography the photo book follows them to Altiplano, Bolivia; revealing the rites and rituals of these ancient tribes.

The book ‘Waska Tatay’ may be purchased from IDPURE.

anaispaws:

3D PRINTING: Hard Copy | Noa Raviv

As orderly as it looks, the digital world made of grids, patterns, and mathematical algorithms, in daily use often looks chaotic. Noa Raviv, a 26-year-old Tel Aviv based fashion designer, creates for this realm. Raviv’s latest collection, Hard Copy, is somewhere between the virtual and physical worlds, creating a ravishing mishmash of rather chaotic beauty. Her pieces are initially designed by 3D rendering, where she can basically enter any fuck-ups that break the program and result in visually explosive patterns. She then 3D prints the materials she needs to bring the beautifully fragmented and fluid designs to life. Drawing inspiration from classic Greek sculptures in their familiarly aged and deconstructed forms: an arm lopped off here, a leg missing there, Raviv designs endless copies, reproductions, façades, and rip-offs that those sculptures were missing throughout the centuries. Although it looks like its all digital, at the end lots of garments are made through very traditional means. A lot of hand stitching, very little machine stitch, lots of draping, that creates some sort of a paradox, because even though it could theoretically be reproduced, it cannot. And so every piece is unique, as it is impossible to recreate exactly the same pieces because of all that draping and hand stitching. 

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saveflowers1:

Art by Vera Pavlova from a Russian children’s book.

saveflowers1:

Art by Vera Pavlova from a Russian children’s book.

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ramandjafari:

I’m back!
For the last 3 1/2 weeks I’ve been traveling around Europe with my good buddies Julian and Valentin.
We started in Hamburg, hitchhiking down to Pforzheim, then Munich, Salzburg, Budapest, the Plitvice National Park in Croatia, Zadar, Preko and Gratz.

Carrying a travel sketchbook with me I was drawing and writing as much as possible, trying to capture our adventures in little stories, sketches from life and memory as well as drawings from imagination.

I will post a bunch of drawings every day in non-chronoligical order, starting with these life-drawings I did in Plitvice. It’s an amazing national park in Croatia full of breathtakingly beautiful lakes, with christal clear turqouise water, small and large waterfalls and amazing plants, rocks, mountains and trees in all shapes and sizes.

Especially the trees impressed me. It’s amazing what twisted crazy shapes nature will assume, when it’s left alone to grow free and untouched for decades.

~Raman

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gentlemanlosergentlemanjunkie:

Weird Tales, October 1933; cover art by Margaret Brundage.
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gentlemanlosergentlemanjunkie:

Weird Tales, October 1933; cover art by Margaret Brundage.

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conflictingheart:

Photography By Masashi Wakui

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thesaddestbitchinallofspectrum:

Daisuke Igarashi, Umwelt

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davezissou:

Kerascoët’s covers for Beauté with scans of the original art for the 2nd and 3rd tomes and the cover design for the first.

I think Kerascoët’s use of green ink is very interesting as a way to define lines and spaces meant for color while maintaining information within the image that black ink would otherwise compromise. It’s a smart method with using green to define the sky against the cloud and especially with the amount of creatures drawn heavily with black, the green prevents her from losing the shapes and figures to black and also from committing the all too common aural line around figure that would completely destroy the eerie mood of the third cover or the delicate detail of the comb going through black hair in the second.

This book looks great. Please come to America. I don’t care if it’s translated or not.

This book is coming out from NBM this Fall. All three books in one oversized volume, coming out around the same time as a larger collection of Miss Don’t Touch Me. It’s called “Beauty.”

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blackyjunkgallery:

the following scene.
also, i received a lot of nice message and question after the last note.
Thanks everyone, i’ll respond to all of them in the following day/week. I want to take time to respond properly, so don’t be angry if i take a little time.
love you guys !

ancientart:

The Bhaja Caves of Maharashtra, India.

Bhaja contains about 29 rock-cut caves, which date back to the 2nd century BCE, and is described by the Archaeological Survey of India to be “one of the important Buddhist centres of Hinayana faith in Maharashtra.” 

A prominent features of Bhaja is Cave 12, a chaitya-griha, pictured in the final photo, which is considered one of the earliest of its kind. The stupa at the back of the large apsidal hall was used for worship. Cave 20 contains a group of stupas, which were built in memory of deceased monks, and probably once contained their relics.

Cave 18 was a monastery, and its verandah contains two famous sculpted reliefs. One of these (pictured in the 2nd photo) is located to the left of the door. This artwork depicts a person riding an elephant (thought by some to be Indra) who carries an ankusa (elephant goad), with attendants aside the figure, carrying a banner. The second relief shows a royal personage aside two women. The royal figure (who some identify as Sun god Surya), rides a chariot driven by four horses, and appears to be trampling a demon-like figure.

Photos courtesy of & taken by Himanshu Sarpotdar. The write-up of the site done by the Archaeological Survey of India was of great reference to me when writing this post.