Wednesday, July 30, 2014
rtilrtil:

wow i have not posted in a while. i’ve been spending most of my time working hard on Dysfunctional Systems 2 and the Juniper’s Knot animation. they’re coming along great, but i have to keep most of that under wraps for the time being.
so here’s a Satsuki piece that’s actually a commission. they wanted her wearing Senketsu and doing a “JoJo” hand pose thing. i’m glad i got to draw Satsuki, because i’ll be doing a big KLK poster for my next convention in September.
i will try to post more art sooner rather than later. i haven’t been this busy in a long time!

rtilrtil:

wow i have not posted in a while. i’ve been spending most of my time working hard on Dysfunctional Systems 2 and the Juniper’s Knot animation. they’re coming along great, but i have to keep most of that under wraps for the time being.

so here’s a Satsuki piece that’s actually a commission. they wanted her wearing Senketsu and doing a “JoJo” hand pose thing. i’m glad i got to draw Satsuki, because i’ll be doing a big KLK poster for my next convention in September.

i will try to post more art sooner rather than later. i haven’t been this busy in a long time!

maybethings:

maybethings:

I think Buddha loves me very much today

WAIT WAIT GOT SUMMORE

maybethings:

maybethings:

I think Buddha loves me very much today

WAIT WAIT GOT SUMMORE

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pen-and-imp:

"Tell me now. Is there a man among you here? Is there no one who will stand up and try to fight?"
—-
I still figure hashing out shitty Protomen sequential stuff was as good an excuse as any to practice comicing and properly capturing scenes in my head. And if I fail or am just no good, at least someone might still find some enjoyment out of it. So it’s not all bad.

I’m very sorry about my handwriting. I’ll get everything figured out eventually. I don’t like drawing crowds.

pen-and-imp:

"Tell me now. Is there a man among you here? Is there no one who will stand up and try to fight?"

—-

I still figure hashing out shitty Protomen sequential stuff was as good an excuse as any to practice comicing and properly capturing scenes in my head. And if I fail or am just no good, at least someone might still find some enjoyment out of it. So it’s not all bad.

I’m very sorry about my handwriting. I’ll get everything figured out eventually. I don’t like drawing crowds.

sexhaver:

Dwarf Fortress bug fixes are a goldmine

asphyxion:

some of the people on my dash i just assume are their icons bc i’ve never seen their pics so it’s like “oh look gandalf is up late bloggin again” 

artissimo:

2014 07 by namgwon leeSparrow Volume 1: Ashley Wood

artissimo:

2014 07 by namgwon lee

Sparrow Volume 1: Ashley Wood

[IDW’s The Transformers: Robots in Disguise #16]

(Source: szczurek)

thecrabqueen:

crabs will stop at nothing

Snowpiercer (설국열차)

filmandfeels:

Ok, granted, it’s been more than eight hours since I saw it, but I am still blown away from this. The BEST dystopian sci-fi flick I’ve ever seen.

Snowpiercer is set in a future where a failed climate-change experiment kills all life on the planet except for a lucky few who boarded the Snowpiercer, a train that travels around the globe, where a class system emerges.

Just…… FUCK. I haven’t seen the rest of director Bong Joon-ho’s filmography, but now I really want to. Snowpiercer has such an imaginative and creative concept that I can’t fully wrap my head around it. There’s also a pretty specific commentary on the faults of a class system. I don’t really know much about those kinds of topics, but I thought it was easy to follow and the narrative-driven storyline was just so ambiguously interesting. I’ll just say that the rich are at front of the train, and the poor are at the end. If you’re into Terry Gilliam’s work, this should also make you happy too.

This cast is STACKED. Chris Evans turns in his best performance ever (I am not saying this lightly) as the reluctant leader of the poor. Joining him are Song Kang-ho, Go Ah-sung, Octavia Spencer, Tilda Swinton, John Hurt, and Jamie Bell. Even though they all had somewhat limited backstories, everyone was just so great, especially Go Ah-sung, and Tilda Swinton.

It is so fucking beautifully shot. The cinematography was so effective, and so evocative that I don’t think I’ll ever get over it. The production value of the sets looked fantastic. Some of my favorite parts (one of them including a beamingly insane Alison Pill) were clear homages to Park Chan-wook, a producer and actual friend of Bong Joon-ho’s! I also really liked that you go into a scene and you think it’s going to play out in a generic way, but Bong’s direction manages to twist those generic things into something darkly hilarious, entertainingly unusual, and intelligent with aplomb.

There are some flaws, mainly stuff that I couldn’t figure out myself and some admittedly dumb bits, but hey, it’s sci-fi, I can’t be bothered with that shit since I had so much fun watching. Harvey Weinstein wanted to dumb this down and cut 20 minutes out, but thankfully Bong basically said “fuck you” so Weinstein decided to be a big fucking baby and refused to help promote or give it a wide release. If you live somewhere where the film’s being shown, go for a drive and spend that 10-12 dollars. It’s all worth it to make Weinstein eat ass. In all seriousness, you must watch this before it disappears from theaters.

9.6/10

pepedn:

Fanart of Chvrches, i’ve been listening them alot lately o_o

pepedn:

Fanart of Chvrches, i’ve been listening them alot lately o_o

japaneseaesthetics:

Samurai War Helmet.  1825-1875, Japan.  This helmet has an iron “hachi” of thirty-three riveted laminations, a “shikoro” of five plates laced in “kebiki” (spread hair) style with navy blue “ito doshi” laces, and axes as “yokodate” made from whale baleen. A Phoenix (“Ho o”) serves as a “maedate;” one tail feather is missing. It is lined with rawhide.

japaneseaesthetics:

Samurai War Helmet.  1825-1875, Japan.  This helmet has an iron “hachi” of thirty-three riveted laminations, a “shikoro” of five plates laced in “kebiki” (spread hair) style with navy blue “ito doshi” laces, and axes as “yokodate” made from whale baleen. A Phoenix (“Ho o”) serves as a “maedate;” one tail feather is missing. It is lined with rawhide.

(Source: art.thewalters.org)

tecchen:

noire is finished ! gahh it takes so long to make these

reblog if girls are cute and you are afraid

(Source: taskforcetengu)

henzolin:


Pallet challenge #1: Malva for Anon with set #25

I hadn’t drawn for weeks before I started this, wahh, I hope I did okay anon ;n;

henzolin:

Pallet challenge #1: Malva for Anon with set #25

I hadn’t drawn for weeks before I started this, wahh, I hope I did okay anon ;n;