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Indubitably.

pinuparena

pinuparena:

By Luis Gadea

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isfuckingfun

sincerelyjuicy:

isfuckingfun:

Futurama 3D 

I would watch it more

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theartofanimation

theartofanimation:

Kenny Park

jaramo

jaramo:

heyo!
don’t worry, your english turned out fine, dude.

as a foreword of warning,
it is best that you don’t use this post as a standalone tutorial, 
instead, try to use it as a study aid to help you make sense of real-life references.
(same applies for any decent “art tutorial” out there, really. :p)

bolded numbers correspond to the numbers on this post’s pictures.

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alexinatree

alexinatree:

I found an old travel water colour kit that I bought on a trip to Tokyo a lifetime ago, so I pretty much had to do some water colour studies to warm up this morning. First time I have used water colour in years… I am out of practice.

Also, some sketch pages from yesterday thrown in for good measure.

-Alex

emmyc
emmyc:

reverse falconer

emmyc:

reverse falconer

emmyc
emmyc:

Sunhat girl

emmyc:

Sunhat girl

helpfulharrie

helpfulharrie:

This is a spiritual sequel to Thoughts on Wings by uzlo, which is also on tumblr.

Anyway, while reading the tags and comments on said tutorial, I noticed a lot of people expressing a desire for a bat wing version. So here’s a little guide I whipped up on them!

Bat wings are simpler than bird wings in that there’s no feather structure to learn, but you do need to learn the bones. Once you get the hang of those though, they’re pretty easy!

Bat photos are all kinda same-y to be honest (likely due to them mostly being nocturnal), and don’t do a good job of showing how those babies work. So, slowmotion videos are really helpful!

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le0night

Pascalle
our ends are beginnings

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theartofanimation

theartofanimation:

Benjamin Flouw