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lolsomeone-actually:

CHARACTER DEVELOPEMENT

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August 30, 2014
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seraphica:

Harry Potter Tribute Exhibition [x]

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August 30, 2014
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August 28, 2014
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photo loish:

people have been asking, so here it is! this brushset contains the 5 brushes I actually use, which you can download here (click the download button on the right column). they are shockingly basic and three of them are standard photoshop brushes. enjoy! :)

loish:

people have been asking, so here it is! this brushset contains the 5 brushes I actually use, which you can download here (click the download button on the right column). they are shockingly basic and three of them are standard photoshop brushes. enjoy! :)

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August 28, 2014
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August 25, 2014
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photo cthulhu-hand-luke:

Giorgio Comolo; Galactus & Silver Surfer

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Giorgio Comolo; Galactus & Silver Surfer

1 week ago

August 24, 2014
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ayu-ohseki replied to your photo: “I MUST BE BEAUTIFULLY TRAGIC ELSEWHERE WHERE I GO YOU CANNOT FOLLOW …”:
though upon reflection, really those lines would be way more appropriate on caps of usagi and rei at d-point and i just gave myself so many feels

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1 week ago

August 24, 2014
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(Source: chef-mickeys)

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August 24, 2014
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photo But you’re just a girl… #buffy

But you’re just a girl… #buffy

1 week ago

August 22, 2014
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tastefullyoffensive:

Anatomy of Films [wronghands]

Previously: Anatomy of Songs

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August 22, 2014
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August 21, 2014
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August 21, 2014
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photo thefantabulousspidergreg:

Batgirl of Burnside by Robin Holstein

thefantabulousspidergreg:

Batgirl of Burnside by Robin Holstein

1 week ago

August 21, 2014
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photo foorayart:

SpiderGwen/BatGirl: The CrossOver by FooRay
Hey Guys!
I Thought it was funny how big these two were getting lately in the fan art department. Ive seen a couple pieces of them together but I wanted to do one up that could have been a cover for a book of them together. I think it would be a fun read.
I’ll be at Rose City Comicon in Portland Oregon September 20-21 with @jeffrey cruz in artist alley. This here is gonna be one of the new prints I’ll have available this year at RCCC. hope to see you there!
Will be uploading more soon.

foorayart:

SpiderGwen/BatGirl: The CrossOver by FooRay

Hey Guys!

I Thought it was funny how big these two were getting lately in the fan art department. Ive seen a couple pieces of them together but I wanted to do one up that could have been a cover for a book of them together. I think it would be a fun read.

I’ll be at Rose City Comicon in Portland Oregon September 20-21 with @jeffrey cruz in artist alley. This here is gonna be one of the new prints I’ll have available this year at RCCC. hope to see you there!

Will be uploading more soon.

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August 21, 2014
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photo andrew-jason:

waltdisneyconfessions:

"I think the world would be a substantially better place if Pocahontas had never been greenlit. I don’t just say that because I dislike the film - I also view it as one of the two primary causes of the end of the Disney Renaissance, the other being Howard Ashman’s death. It being a completely irredeemable film just compounds things"

someone obviously can’t paint with all the colors of the wind…

technically, it was Hunchback that ended it. For all it’s “irredeemable” qualities, Pocahontas was an Oscar winning success that made more money than The Little Mermaid did. Not to mention if you view the film simply for what it is, it’s a masterfully put together tragic love story that Disney has since never had the balls to revisit.

andrew-jason:

waltdisneyconfessions:

"I think the world would be a substantially better place if Pocahontas had never been greenlit. I don’t just say that because I dislike the film - I also view it as one of the two primary causes of the end of the Disney Renaissance, the other being Howard Ashman’s death. It being a completely irredeemable film just compounds things"

someone obviously can’t paint with all the colors of the wind…

technically, it was Hunchback that ended it. For all it’s “irredeemable” qualities, Pocahontas was an Oscar winning success that made more money than The Little Mermaid did. Not to mention if you view the film simply for what it is, it’s a masterfully put together tragic love story that Disney has since never had the balls to revisit.

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August 19, 2014
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