(Source: coalgirls)

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16
Sep

drooliasnott:

brutalbeta:

Don’t remember where I found these, but whoever made them is a hero.

PERFECT LOOPS  *__*

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16
Sep
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16
Sep

kateordie:

Wonder Woman by Cliff Chiang.

The best there is.

(Source: scarabzam)

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16
Sep

chen000:

trombono:

chen000:

chen000:

how to draw a sheep: draw a cloud, legs, a circle for the head and there you have it
a sheep

someone draw a sheep using these instructions

image

this rlly helped i think this is the best sheep i have EVER drawn!!!

its very good !!

(Source: hydrangea7)

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16
Sep
needs-more-pony:

monster-bot:

papa-erwin:

inkydonkey:

ontahb:

HOWREFERENCESWORK

For all those people that constantly ask “is using a reference cheating?”
No, it’s not. THEY’RE THERE, USE THEM. Using a reference is not tracing, it’s cool.

Every freaking artist in this world and in the past used references to study how the anatomy of a human works, how an apple looks like and so on. You can’t draw immediately out of no where just because you pretend to be an artist. It’s not magic. It’s hard and long work.
And a little reminder: Michelangelo, Da Vinci, Rafael and many more artists in the renaissance used human references from their daily life to make the master pieces which we know now.

If anyone tells you that “using a reference is cheating”, they know jack shit about art.

OMG THIS ^^^
It’s tragic when I run into aspiring artists who refuse to use references  because they think it’s cheating. I take great efforts to try and teach them otherwise.

needs-more-pony:

monster-bot:

papa-erwin:

inkydonkey:

ontahb:

HOWREFERENCESWORK

For all those people that constantly ask “is using a reference cheating?”

No, it’s not. THEY’RE THERE, USE THEM. Using a reference is not tracing, it’s cool.

Every freaking artist in this world and in the past used references to study how the anatomy of a human works, how an apple looks like and so on. You can’t draw immediately out of no where just because you pretend to be an artist. It’s not magic. It’s hard and long work.

And a little reminder: Michelangelo, Da Vinci, Rafael and many more artists in the renaissance used human references from their daily life to make the master pieces which we know now.

If anyone tells you that “using a reference is cheating”, they know jack shit about art.

OMG THIS ^^^

It’s tragic when I run into aspiring artists who refuse to use references  because they think it’s cheating. I take great efforts to try and teach them otherwise.

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16
Sep

cockroachcomics:

Time to update this blog.

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16
Sep

moonflowerlights:

If you’re having a bad day, just remember that the Raptor sounds from Jurassic Park were actually a recording of turtles having sex

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16
Sep

silhouettesandsails:

spokanesammirose:

Project Runway 13x08 - The Rainway

Sean Kelly #designersean

In all the years I’ve watched Project Runway, I don’t think I’ve ever seen dear Tim look THAT fucking proud of someone. I am impressed.

(Source: vanndamp)

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16
Sep
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16
Sep

american-fuckin-horror-story:

i got out of bed at 11:30 to make this

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16
Sep
It’s OK to believe in life after love. Cher if u agree

(Source: veryraresecrete)

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16
Sep
readpenguin:

Hello, world! Welcome to the Penguin Tumblr. Very pleased to meet you. 
This is your spot for vintage Penguin images, interviews with authors, notes from our editors, tours of the Penguin headquarters, jacket art designs and other miscellaneous book-talkery. 
You can count on bad puns, beautiful books, classic literature, and plenty more. 
Thank you for joining us here for our debutante ball. Feeling like this right now. 

readpenguin:

Hello, world! Welcome to the Penguin Tumblr. Very pleased to meet you. 

This is your spot for vintage Penguin images, interviews with authors, notes from our editors, tours of the Penguin headquarters, jacket art designs and other miscellaneous book-talkery.

You can count on bad puns, beautiful books, classic literature, and plenty more. 

Thank you for joining us here for our debutante ball. Feeling like this right now. 

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16
Sep

sixpenceee:

Welsh house painter John Renie died in 1832. The unusual inscription on his grave takes the form of a grid, 19 squares across and 15 squares high. In each square is a letter.

You can make out some clear words. “Here” and “Lies” are in that in that string above, and you can see the start of “John.” But why the jumble?

After 170 years, a local TV station finally analyzed it, determining that it was a type of acrostic puzzle. Starting at the H in the very center and working outward, the sentence “Here Lies John Renie” can be read in 46000 different ways!

Some say he was trying to keep his soul safe from the devil by confusing him. Others say he was just having a bit of fun.

SOURCE

MORE COOL GRAVES

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16
Sep