Ole Jorgen Liodden captured this stranded polar bear around the islands of Svalbard in northern Norway Source
Cormorant masters and boatmen prepare sea cormorants for the nights “Ukai” on July 2, 2014 in Gifu, Japan. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)
This site has some cool arm anatomy, especially about how it changes as it twists, which is often neglected in ref!
Main account reblog if you didn’t see this fun thing *v *
via Muddy Colors
The early years of an artist’s development are often spent hammering out basic foundation skills. These will serve as the core of all that they create. During this time, the artist should not be terribly preoccupied with questions of style, vision, direction, brand, etc. We have to stand before we walk and bypassing the basics rarely does anybody any good in the long term. Of course, it’s the style and vision of other artists which inspired most of us to become artists in the first place, so the temptation to follow in those footsteps (with or without doing the necessary prep work) is always lingering… Read More
The Vampire Artbook is now accepting submissions!
This vampire book focuses on the concept and aesthetics of vampirism, and is looking for artists and vampires of all kinds. Both illustrations and comics are accepted.
The submission deadline is September…
sm print for ax!!!! i’ll also have this as a postcard print hehe
also tumblr made the colors look super weird and saturated……i promise they look a million times better in person B^(
Dart frogs are always adorable
Secret Thoughts of Frogs
practicing landscapes again