bluebed:

For a 1954 Cheever story from the New Yorker archives. Thanks AD Jordan!
Speaking of the magazine’s archives, I read Ridgway’s Goo Book last night, it’s excellent.

bluebed:

For a 1954 Cheever story from the New Yorker archives. Thanks AD Jordan!

Speaking of the magazine’s archives, I read Ridgway’s Goo Book last night, it’s excellent.

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@2 hours ago with 236 notes
#art #inspiration 
@1 day ago with 225 notes
#fashion #male #reference 

nevertoomanyspiders:

rogmont:

Doodles from several weeks ago. Promised to post ‘em over here.

What if these guys were more badass? I think it’d be pretty rad. I might finish one of these later on. Who knows.

SO. GOOD.

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@1 day ago with 3782 notes
#art 

missus-ruin:

Set with just the animated ones at full size.

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@4 days ago with 53780 notes
#art #gif #animation 
@1 week ago with 12048 notes
#art #inspiration 

infinity-imagined:

Sunsets and sunrises seen from the International Space Station.

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@1 week ago with 25157 notes
#nature #photography 
killallskellys:

kyoto
@1 week ago with 2404 notes
#art #inspiration 
@1 week ago with 8599 notes
#art #inspiration 

fluffypuppyofficial:

Fluffypuppiesfluffypuppiesfluffypuppies

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@3 hours ago with 58011 notes

reallyfriendlyblackhottie:

queenofsabah:

OH GOD

YES YES YES

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@1 day ago with 30027 notes
#reference #male #anatomy #let me reblog you cough 

fungii:

cosmickonett:

Backgrounds: The Set Up.

A continuation for fungii on how I tackle backgrounds.

never apologise for posting these

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@1 day ago with 1400 notes
#tutorial 

jcleyendecker:

My ten personal favorite artworks by JC Leyendecker. It is interesting that many of them happen to be Easter illustrations!

@5 days ago with 988 notes
#art #inspiration #jc leyendecker 
charliebowater:

Hi everyone! You might remember last year I released my Skillshare Character Concept Art class and that went down a storm, over 2000 of you signed up for it and it received 100% positive reviews. The support was overwhelming so thank you to everyone that took the class!
It was my intention to release the follow up on Skillshare.com again, but the site has changed considerably in the time since my first class, and it’s not the most straight forward option this time. 

The new tutorial, which is indeed a direct continuation of my first class, is now available through gumroad instead!

It’s 36 minutes long and gives you a pretty good general overview of my average colour process. I’ve tried my best to explain things as thoroughly as possible for any beginners watching, info on layer ordering, colour choices, layer modes etc. I’m sure most of you will understand what I’m doing and why I’m doing it, but I haven’t assumed that everyone will know by default. So explanations a-plenty! 

The full size PSD is included, with the B&W character from the previous class and the new colour version so you can toggle between the two. My brush pack is also included, which is available all the time regardless (you aren’t paying for it!) but I’ve included it in the pack as well for convenience.

The tutorial is $9 and available to download right now! The only real difference between my previous Skillshare class and this new tutorial - is just that there isn’t a written guide to accompany it, and that’s reflected in the price. 

I’m totally open to releasing more tutorials and there will be freebies along the way, so if you have any specific requests then fire away! I should probably say that the next tutorial I have in mind will be all about painting skin! I’ve talked about it as much I can in this video, but a more in-depth tutorial is certainly on the cards. 

charliebowater:

Hi everyone! You might remember last year I released my Skillshare Character Concept Art class and that went down a storm, over 2000 of you signed up for it and it received 100% positive reviews. The support was overwhelming so thank you to everyone that took the class!

It was my intention to release the follow up on Skillshare.com again, but the site has changed considerably in the time since my first class, and it’s not the most straight forward option this time. 
The new tutorial, which is indeed a direct continuation of my first class, is now available through gumroad instead!
It’s 36 minutes long and gives you a pretty good general overview of my average colour process. I’ve tried my best to explain things as thoroughly as possible for any beginners watching, info on layer ordering, colour choices, layer modes etc. I’m sure most of you will understand what I’m doing and why I’m doing it, but I haven’t assumed that everyone will know by default. So explanations a-plenty! 
The full size PSD is included, with the B&W character from the previous class and the new colour version so you can toggle between the two. My brush pack is also included, which is available all the time regardless (you aren’t paying for it!) but I’ve included it in the pack as well for convenience.
The tutorial is $9 and available to download right now! The only real difference between my previous Skillshare class and this new tutorial - is just that there isn’t a written guide to accompany it, and that’s reflected in the price. 
I’m totally open to releasing more tutorials and there will be freebies along the way, so if you have any specific requests then fire away! I should probably say that the next tutorial I have in mind will be all about painting skin! I’ve talked about it as much I can in this video, but a more in-depth tutorial is certainly on the cards. 
@1 week ago with 495 notes
#tutorial 
ctkcave:

07/21/14

ctkcave:

07/21/14

@1 week ago with 1219 notes
#art #inspiration 
galaxyspeaking:

I saw rocketssurgery's awesome tattooed!Hiccup and my hand slipped

galaxyspeaking:

I saw rocketssurgery's awesome tattooed!Hiccup and my hand slipped

@1 week ago with 38352 notes
#art #inspiration