"i myself am made entirely of flaws, stitched together with good intentions."
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sarapocock:

I thought I’d quickly document my animation process before the apocalypse hits. Happy 12-21-12!

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animationtidbits:

The Croods - Chris Sanders

Storyboarding shouldn’t even be allowed to be this gorgeous.

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Paintings of Paint by Ben Weiner

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haniemohd:

marlomeekins:

Follow this this artist on twitter

(Tombstone idea by Anne!)

This is what I want on my tombstone.

iaddedarainbow:

theclockworkrabbit:

[Princesses]

I suggest clicking the link and getting the larger, clearer picture.

omg so cute

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durianseeds:

I Think I Am In Friend-Love With You” written by and illustrated by Yumi Sakugawa, published in Sadie Magazine, 2012.

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sailormmm:

kevinwada:

I am SO happy to finally get to debut this piece.  I made it for APE 2012 and wanted it to be a show exclusive.  But now, the show’s over so here it is.  If you can’t tell who or what this is of, give it a second.  Think.  Percolate.  Ruminate.  It’s SAILOR MOON!!!  Well, it’s the Sailor Scouts, but I named it for the tv show.  I won’t deny that I watched this show (hardcore) during my childhood, and drew these girls nonstop.  All my little girlfriends in the third grade and I would discuss episodes and draw little anime people.  Cute, right?
I wanted to grunge up the girls a bit.  The show is very saccharine and sweet and playful - which is fantastic, but as with anything I do, I have to add something else.  Reinterpret things, make it mine.  Not that reinterpreting this series is new, it’s been done to death.  I always had a soft spot for Mars and Jupiter: one being super bitchy and hot headed, and the other being really athletic and hardcore.  Both of them were far from boring, and you can see why I featured them so prominently (Mars may be my favorite in this piece).  I only watched the series before the additions of other scouts, so I’m not as familiar with them.  Either way I hope you enjoy the piece.  It was a big hit at the con.  It will be going up on my store in two sizes within the week :).

Mod: A-MAZ-ING. aaaaahhhhhhhh I’m in awe.

sailormmm:

kevinwada:

I am SO happy to finally get to debut this piece.  I made it for APE 2012 and wanted it to be a show exclusive.  But now, the show’s over so here it is.  If you can’t tell who or what this is of, give it a second.  Think.  Percolate.  Ruminate.  It’s SAILOR MOON!!!  Well, it’s the Sailor Scouts, but I named it for the tv show.  I won’t deny that I watched this show (hardcore) during my childhood, and drew these girls nonstop.  All my little girlfriends in the third grade and I would discuss episodes and draw little anime people.  Cute, right?

I wanted to grunge up the girls a bit.  The show is very saccharine and sweet and playful - which is fantastic, but as with anything I do, I have to add something else.  Reinterpret things, make it mine.  Not that reinterpreting this series is new, it’s been done to death.  I always had a soft spot for Mars and Jupiter: one being super bitchy and hot headed, and the other being really athletic and hardcore.  Both of them were far from boring, and you can see why I featured them so prominently (Mars may be my favorite in this piece).  I only watched the series before the additions of other scouts, so I’m not as familiar with them.  Either way I hope you enjoy the piece.  It was a big hit at the con.  It will be going up on my store in two sizes within the week :).

Mod: A-MAZ-ING. aaaaahhhhhhhh I’m in awe.

birdstump:

Wonder Woman, by Kevin Wada

birdstump:

Wonder Woman, by Kevin Wada

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conceptvault:

Snowwhite
By Sara Pichelli
supersonicelectronic:

Audrey Kawasaki.
More paintings by Audrey Kawasaki from her solo show, “Midnight Reverie,” which is currently up until October 6th, 2012 at Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York City.
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supersonicelectronic:

Audrey Kawasaki.

More paintings by Audrey Kawasaki from her solo show, “Midnight Reverie,” which is currently up until October 6th, 2012 at Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York City.

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(Source: supersonicart, via veinte9)

versispellis:

honeyedtoast:

chanterbury-draws:

more script practice: text source

I want these on shirts

I lol’d.