radicalmuscle:

"That only happens in basketball anime," they said.

radicalmuscle:

"That only happens in basketball anime," they said.

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goddamnstupidusername:

Now that’s some serious cosplay… The Spider Queen from Diablo 3

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Tags: wooooooow

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simonleclerc:

animation designs from back in the calarts’dayz

azertip:

Some stills of the short movie I did at Calarts

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"So many of us choose our path out of fear disguised as practicality"

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faitherinhicks:

phobs-heh:

isthistakenalready:

Aoi Honoo is Too Real

Me at job. 

my editor sent me this and was like “it’s you!”

… yes. :F

I am enjoying the heck out of “Blue Blazes

Anonymous said: Quick question: I like making characters but hate doing backgrounds. Any tips on how to make them more enjoyable? (Also your stuff is amazing by the way)

kevindart:

Hi!  Thanks!  And yes, I have tips.  First of all (and I’m not saying you do this) but backgrounds are never going to be fun if you try drawing them AFTER you’ve already drawn your characters.  It’s really the FIRST thing you need to consider because it’s like 70-90% of your entire composition!

Second - if you like drawing characters, look at the background as if it’s a character!  Everything in there can help tell the story of your characters.  What kind of environments would your characters inhabit?  What sort of props would they surround themselves with?  If they’re in a building, what is the style of the architecture?  Also, you can draw environments just as dynamically as you draw characters - with motion, emotion, personality, all of that!  The background is also one of your biggest tools for directing the viewer’s eye in your composition - it can point them exactly where they need to look!

Third - the same as you would when you’re drawing a character, don’t rely on stereotypes or icons!  Not every tree is an oak tree.  There are so many types of trees.  But you have to look for them, and study them.  Be as specific as you possibly can with everything in the environment, otherwise it will look boring and generic.

Most importantly, keep drawing and challenging yourself to try new things!  Good luck!

coelasquid:

returntothestars:

It’s like when Windows does this, but in real life.


Okay but for real, how do I buy that chair, it looks so useful

coelasquid:

returntothestars:

It’s like when Windows does this, but in real life.

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Okay but for real, how do I buy that chair, it looks so useful

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benditlikekorra:

Ba Sing Se background designs in Book 3 of The Legend of Korra

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ca-tsuka:

Childhood Classics by Chris O’Hara.

ca-tsuka:

Childhood Classics by Chris O’Hara.

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Fascinating characters by Jeff Simpson

Jeff Simpson is a 26 year-old concept artist currently living in Canada and more precisely in Montreal when he works for the prestigious studio Ubisoft. He is specialized in character and creature design. They have generally a strange and tormented aspect.  Discover more illustrations on his portfolio, his CGHub and his DeviantArt.

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aivii:

Long time no post, sorry it’s mostly jank doodles as usual

Taking a break was super great for me in every way except for art, oops, but it’s print-making crunch time now so I’m picking up the slack. Hope everyone’s been well! :)

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