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Yay, follower art giveaway! Prize: Art from me for you.
Rules\how it works:
- Must be following me
- Only reblogs count, reblog as much as you want.
- I’ll randomly select 1 winner. If winner doesn’t respond in 24h, I choose new one.
- If you win, please don’t make me draw ponies or porn :X
Here are two more pieces that are going to be in the Open Studio exhibition here in Lacoste! They were both inspired by real places and events. Both done in photoshop CC.
One small step for toy, one giant leap for toy-kind.
Lionhead released some of the concept art for one of my Fable Legends characters, so I guess I can finally show it off! I haven’t touched Glory since I handed her final orthos off to the team, so it’s a blast to see her final model in all its glory. Pun very intended.
Glory’s meant to be an Evil Queen archetype, but before she fully embraced the dark side- she’s knows she’s the shit and isn’t very apologetic about it, apparently. Such a blast to design elegant adventure wear! CHOPINES FOR EVERYONE.
You can see an illustration I did for an article on gleaning (collecting of food that would normally go to waste, and donating it to the needy) in this month’s issue of Vegetarian Times !
Incredible Spiral Drawings by Chan Hwee Chong
"We could go on and on about the Faber Castell Artist Pen’s precision and control, but we thought we’d just show you."
Chan Hwee Chong is an artist from Singapore who likes to experiment with different field of art and design, from street installations, typography, art direction and graphic design. He currently works as a advertising creative director in Beijing.
Ahhhh!! :3 thank youuuu. <3 give me them warm fuzzy feelings yo
…………i suppose. BUT ONE WRONG MOVE. and ya dead ta me.
Ashley Mackenzie tackles complex questions about the relationship between mind and body, creating conceptual, illustrative works that stand at the cross-section of the philosophy of the mind and neuroscience. “As our knowledge of the brain becomes more comprehensive, it seems like the idea of the soul exists only in the gaps of our understanding,” Mackenzie writes on her website. Bodies melt like pools of liquid in these placid, sparsely-detailed illustrations as they visualize the inner workings of the mind.