1. nichelle23:



    Badass Women of Avatar

    based on this post


    The best is that many of these overlap because they are all interesting and fleshed out

    (via princelesscomic)

  2. Pencil Test of Veronica Daring for Hullabaloo by James Lopez(x)

    (Source: vuelie, via disneyconceptsandstuff)

  3. cyanparade:

    Backdrop design for a client, printed size is 5 meter x 6 meter

    (via spookybenny)

  4. sticksandsharks:

    [1/2] some complete and incomplete animation, some backgrounds and some concept art for a project that will likely never see the light of day

    [2/2] [x]

  5. mysticjc:

    Arthur Rackham

    "Arthur Rackham is widely regarded as one of the leading illustrators from the ‘Golden Age’ of British book illustration which encompassed the years from 1900 until the start of the First World War."

  6. sbosma:


    New one for SooJin Buzelli at Planadviser magazine, based on the concept of “The importance of the right training/knowledge is power.” A pretty tricky phrase to illustrate, particularly since I needed to encapsulate both of those slightly different ideas. I like all the other sketches, but this is the only one that clicks with the concept. A nice thing with SooJin’s assignments is that I often get neat sketches that I can reuse later on for personal stuff.

    Bottom is the color study, which, in some ways I prefer, but it made me too sleepy. Flashbacks of falling asleep in overly warm classrooms.


  7. "Your biggest blind spot is that you cannot imagine anyone seeing you in a different way from how you see yourself."

    Chade (to Fitz) - The Golden Fool by Robin Hobb (via kiukkukissa)

    I do enjoy reading about Chade. I hope he’s still around in Fool’s Assassin. (He will be, that man will never die)

    (via prophetandcatalyst)

  9. artmonia:

    Helmet 2 by Vasya Kolotusha

    Submission by . Thanks!

  10. f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

    Aliza Razell: Magic and Mystic Photography

    Flickrock, Facebook

    Massachusetts-based artist Aliza Razell creates tickling self-portraits that explore philosophical abstractions through the merged mediums of watercolour and photography. Using Photoshop, Razell unites the two mediums in her Anesidora (explorations of the Pandora’s Box myth) and Ikävä (the Finnish word meaning the feeling of longing) series.

    (via cy-lindric)