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kyletwebster:

For those who asked, here are better examples of some of the brushes from my new Ultimate Drawing Set for Photoshop. I know the video doesn’t show much, so these images should help a lot!

And don’t forget, my other brushes are still available here, too!

Photoshop CS5 or higher required. 

Please share this with your art friends and happy drawing, everybody!

-Kyle

belaquadros:

Gorgeous mermaids by Christina Wyatt

theartofanimation:

Mustafa Gündem

I like the idea in the picture with the fish watching the distracted submarine.

nellucnhoj:

This applies to everyone, not just artists.
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nellucnhoj:

This applies to everyone, not just artists.

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New life experiences lead to new creative ideas.

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Where do I start (making video games)?

cniangel:

Recently I was sent an e-mailed from an inspiring game maker. It’ll be their first game they ever made. So they asked me what programs I suggested they used for their first game and any tutorials for that program.

First off, I am really honoured someone asked me where to start when it comes to game development. I’ve been doing this for years now and even I am still learning stuff everyday. Second, this is a really really tough question. It’s like asking me how to burn a plank of wood. You can do it a bunch of ways. So when I was asked this I had to take a moment and think about it.

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mandatoryrollercoaster:

The Evolution of Music

mandatoryrollercoaster:

The Evolution of Music

kqedscience:

This Animated Film About Elephant Seals Could Have Been Made By Pixar

With Pixar’s attention to the natural world, this short film would be a great fit for them. Someone hire this fellow to make a whole series of animated animal shorts.

Pinnipèdes is Victor Caire’s first 3D animated film, made at Supinfocom Arles, and it is darling. Under all those folds of flesh, his animated elephant seals are delightfully expressive.”

(via io9)

unexplained-events:

priimitives:

unexplained-events:

2500 Mummy and It’s Tattoos.
This mummy of a young woman (believed to be in her mid 20s) was found in SIberia with some very well preserved body ink that looks surprisingly modern. The ink was found on both arms and fingers.
Here is a diagram that shows the placement and greater detail of the woman’s ink.

SOURCE

That diagram is incorrect. The tattoos found on the woman only extend to her arm and wrist. The diagram you showed is from a warrior found in the same area as the Ukok woman, and they’re believed to be from the same culture, the Pazyryk culture. 
This would be the correct diagram:


Thank you for the correction

This makes me want to draw a punk-rock zombie.

unexplained-events:

priimitives:

unexplained-events:

2500 Mummy and It’s Tattoos.

This mummy of a young woman (believed to be in her mid 20s) was found in SIberia with some very well preserved body ink that looks surprisingly modern. The ink was found on both arms and fingers.

Here is a diagram that shows the placement and greater detail of the woman’s ink.

MUMMY17N_6_WEB

SOURCE

That diagram is incorrect. The tattoos found on the woman only extend to her arm and wrist. The diagram you showed is from a warrior found in the same area as the Ukok woman, and they’re believed to be from the same culture, the Pazyryk culture. 

This would be the correct diagram:

Thank you for the correction

This makes me want to draw a punk-rock zombie.