Real windows framed as T.V screens (Project), 2014 Ibon Mainar
Gospels from the mouth of DanRad
Fuck it, he’s Harry Potter
"Not that interested. Soz."
Flynn Ryder is probably the most accurate and awesome male character to ever be produced by Disney
I rewatched only yesterday last week, which is what mostly influenced my ghibli jam submission; the past of ghibli cheering itself on to new and greater things!
whether you are optimistic about the miyazaki-absent future of ghibli or not, there’s no denying that they’ll continue to make beautiful films in the future.
As far as vague questions go- this is probably the vaguest, but, surprisingly, NOT the most difficult to answer. I actually DO have a tip:
Draw what you like.
This may seem simplistic to the point of idiocy, but it’s something I wish I’d been told when I was just starting out. Because art is, for better or worse, a competitive field, people are going to make you feel bad about drawing what you like, or not drawing what they like. But guess what? There’s no point in torturing yourself over mastering 3 point perspective if you don’t like drawing buildings!
"But Leela!" you might say, "what if you have to draw buildings for WORK?" My reply to you is: if you draw what you like, and ONLY what you like, you will only get HIRED to do work that you LIKE!
I am going to pull a “if you give a mouse a cookie” here:
If you draw what you like, you’ll get good at it.
If you’re good at what you draw, people will take notice.
If people take notice, your niche will find you.
If your niche finds you, they will share your work.
If people share your work, people with hiring power will hear of you.
If people with hiring power hear of you, follow my second piece of advice:
Those are my tips. Draw what you like, and be nice. You’ll be all set.
The tiny velvet clay sculptures of Evgeny Hontor [x]
the hermit and the heirophant!
Ed, Edd, and Eddy Illustration bloochikin
Im literally crying…this is amazing.
this is absolutely glorious.
Another beautiful concept piece by Japanese illustrator Tadahiro Uesegi. He was brought on board very early in the process to do visual development. You can see some more of his work here.
trees and rocks and trees and rocks
dude whenever u see those posts that are like “u can go to any fantasy world you want but just one” and people are like HOMESTUCK or DOCTOR WHO or w/e. nah man. pokemon. there’s no pressure to go to school. the entire fucking economy seems to be based off of battling. you can make literally thousands of dollars from pokemon battles. also you get pokemon. there is literally no downside to this.
update on my design project since I don’t get to draw anymore