Moved!

vandemar:

I’ve moved to a new blog cus this one has gotten cluttered and confusing and I’m too lazy to clean it up. For those interested, it’s »here

It’s still really empty because I’m in the midst of following people again, sorry!

For those uninterested, feel free to unfollow this blog since it won’t be updated anymore.

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Moved!

vandemar:

I’ve moved to a new blog cus this one has gotten cluttered and confusing and I’m too lazy to clean it up. For those interested, it’s »here

It’s still really empty because I’m in the midst of following people again, sorry!

For those uninterested, feel free to unfollow this blog since it won’t be updated anymore.

Moved!

I’ve moved to a new blog cus this one has gotten cluttered and confusing and I’m too lazy to clean it up. For those interested, it’s »here

It’s still really empty because I’m in the midst of following people again, sorry!

For those uninterested, feel free to unfollow this blog since it won’t be updated anymore.

kingjackalope:

Venetian Harpy, a wonderful sculpture by Forest Rogers

the name ‘wackynephews’ was taken on a site i just tried to join

i cannot even believe

(Source: 0rionis, via basukerotics)

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“Be careful what you wish for. It might not end up being quite what you expected.”

“Be careful what you wish for. It might not end up being quite what you expected.”

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loish:

and now for something totally different! i follow escher girls, a blog that critiques the way women are portrayed in comics and other pop media. the blog includes a lot of re-draws of existing artwork which attempt to correct bizarre or unrealistic poses. i’ve always wanted to do one, not so much to correct the anatomy (i personally don’t have that many qualms with distorted or unrealistic anatomy) or create a better character design (my knowedge of anatomy/comics isn’t really extensive enough for that!) but more to explore how i would approach the same illustration in my own style. so i took this image and re-made it into a loish-style sketch (also i stole the bg from the original pic!) i wanted to keep the character design and overall feeling of the original drawing intact. however, i tried to give the character more realistic proportions/pose and make the clothing less like bodypaint. it was really fun to explore this style, definitely a good learning experience!

loish:

and now for something totally different! i follow escher girls, a blog that critiques the way women are portrayed in comics and other pop media. the blog includes a lot of re-draws of existing artwork which attempt to correct bizarre or unrealistic poses. i’ve always wanted to do one, not so much to correct the anatomy (i personally don’t have that many qualms with distorted or unrealistic anatomy) or create a better character design (my knowedge of anatomy/comics isn’t really extensive enough for that!) but more to explore how i would approach the same illustration in my own style. so i took this image and re-made it into a loish-style sketch (also i stole the bg from the original pic!) i wanted to keep the character design and overall feeling of the original drawing intact. however, i tried to give the character more realistic proportions/pose and make the clothing less like bodypaint. it was really fun to explore this style, definitely a good learning experience!

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