toaradical:

My internship tends to be very boring when my supervisor’s got nothing for me to work on. So I’ve been learning how to use the pen tool among other things.

Secretary bird and a Short-tailed Albatross. I’ve got a blue macaw in the works too.

AMAZE

did you use illustrator or photoshop?

not-a-comedian:

Some Saudade doodliing, (final model of this chara will be more like the smaller one)

not-a-comedian:

Some Saudade doodliing, (final model of this chara will be more like the smaller one)

happydorid:

go nudibranch, go!
official gif music @ 1min
http://normanbambi.bandcamp.com/track/my-rivers-name

happydorid:

go nudibranch, go!

official gif music @ 1min

http://normanbambi.bandcamp.com/track/my-rivers-name

airinn:

decided to try out emofuri…unexpectedly more fun then i thought it’d be

toaradical:

decided to try one of those animation exercises from that list.

I was thinking of using this character for my senior film so I thought why not.

Little witch is thinking.

aviart:

Thylacine skull with Tasmanian flora!

mygoodrabbit:

raptorix:arteveryone with a modest knowledge of illustration art history can ramble off Rockwell and Leyendecker off the top of their heads (and if they’re cool, even Gibson), but Coles Phillips is also one of those amazing artists of the ‘Golden Age of Illustratoin’—aka back in the day before the invention of TV and when weekly magazines were the entertainment everyone had to enjoy.

Coles Phillips’ signature was the ‘disappearing girls’.  Notice how in most of these paintings, the girls dress is almost a negative space?  That’s what Coles Phillips was famous for.  It’s one of those techniques that looks easy, but is hard as hell to master, especially when these guys painted these illustrations in oils or guache for a living.  (And they had to churn out a lot of these illustrations.)

(Source: eros-turannos)

lisa-lo:

Illustrations by Johan Egerkrans (http://www.egerkrans.com

happydorid:

french earl grey process

oxboxer:

Sphinx for Girls Make Games! This time with process screenshots, including bonus dragon and cerberus exploration sketches!

The dragon was the first monster I designed, and I had a much clearer concept for the sphinx in comparison. Because the deadline came up so fast (I came on later than the rest of the art team), I didn’t get to tweak these as much as I usually might, but I think it worked out pretty well!

Still mega proud of Fire Skulls Cerberus. SHREDDING GUITAR SOLO!!!!