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I'm Rennie Kingsley, and I'm an illustrator and an award-winning comic artist. I draw a comic called The Weave, check it out!

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kada-bura:

Oh my god please watch this video please.

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Hey guys, I’m having a commissions sale!

Right now money is really tight. I had to get a root canal and a bunch of fillings right before I’m going to move, and since I’ve been mainly getting by on freelance stuff I’m really barely squeaking by even without this whole mess. This move is really huge for me, I’m going to be living in a beautiful house with 3 amazing roommates and for the first time in 6 years I’m going to have a bedroom all of my own. I’ve had it rough for a long time as a lot of you know, so having any kind of personal space is hugely important to me. I ran away from my abusive family in the  deep south, and have since been trying to build a life for myself, and getting by since then as a young queer artist hasn’t been easy. Right now one of my biggest concerns is being able to afford a bed of my own when we move, since i’ve literally slept on couches for the last 3 years. I think I can do it, but I need your help! 

All my commission prices are discounted, and sketches are only $10! On top of that, I’m offering a whole new type of commission! For only $15 and the cost of shipping, I’ll make an adorable tiny figurine of any character you want! (I can make animals too!) I work mainly digitally, so it’s always wonderful to make something you can physically hold in your hands and display wherever you want. Let me make you a thing!

If you’re interested in a commission from me, check out my commissions form! If you’re not interested but still wanna help out, my paypal is starlingsands@gmail.com, and if you’re short on cash then reblogs are an enormous help too! Thank you so much! <3

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raisehelia:

you know how this looks like a huge scam?
Turns out it wasn’t.
My teacher brought in all these enormous books that were part of the assignments in the 50s and they have a bunch of amazing instructional stuff from Norman Rockwell and a bunch of other really good artists from the 50s.
They are really good.
And I have them all on PDF!
Book 1
Book 2
Book 3 
Book 4 (Painting)

raisehelia:

you know how this looks like a huge scam?

Turns out it wasn’t.

My teacher brought in all these enormous books that were part of the assignments in the 50s and they have a bunch of amazing instructional stuff from Norman Rockwell and a bunch of other really good artists from the 50s.

They are really good.

And I have them all on PDF!

Book 1

Book 2

Book 3 

Book 4 (Painting)

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whaoanon:

!!!! Since it came out yesterday, we can post the images!! These are the months I did for the calendar.  August and December!!!!

Go buy the calendar!! It’s really good there’s a buncha REALLY good art in there!! 

uwu

aaaaaaa so CUTE!!!

margueritesauvage:

Here’s my piece “Message IS the Bottle”, for the beautiful collective exhibition “Message in the Bottle” - at the Light Grey Lab Gallery - opening on this January 25 in Minneapolis, US.

When I got this mysterious thema for the exhibition my first thought was : nowadays a bottle in the sea is so ominous, I was so chocked when I discovered all the story about the “plastic continents” years ago (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Pacific_Garbage_Patch) …
So I decided to dedicate this piece to this subjetc.

You can see and buy all the arts here http://lightgreyartlabshop.bigcartel.com/category/message-in-a-bottle

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loish:

preview/WIP of a piece for my future, yet-to-be-released artbook. still have a lot of material that i still want to make for this book, but i’m optimistic about getting that done within the next couple months!

loish:

preview/WIP of a piece for my future, yet-to-be-released artbook. still have a lot of material that i still want to make for this book, but i’m optimistic about getting that done within the next couple months!

sbosma:

I have a creepy drawing in the Wall Street Journal today. It accompanies a book review of “Snow White Must Die,” by Nele Neuhaus, a new police procedural set in a village outside of Frankfurt. The book is about a series of killings with some Snow White parallels. 

I wanted to keep things menacing but vague, with some fairytale-esque colors. Turns out I do a pretty good job on creepy topics? I seem to get them a lot.

AD Dave Bamundo

Tagged: #art #rendiqueue

abstraire:

Photographs of Flowers Being Shocked With 80,000 Volts by Robert Bulteman

“Buelteman’s technique is an elaborate extension of Kirlian photography (a high-voltage photogram process popular in the late 1930s) and is considered so dangerous and laborious that no one else will attempt it—even if they could get through all the steps.

Buelteman begins by painstakingly whittling down flowers, leaves, sprigs, and twigs with a scalpel until they’re translucent. He then lays each specimen on color transparency film and, for a more detailed effect, covers it with a diffusion screen. This assemblage is placed on his “easel”—a piece of sheet metal sandwiched between Plexiglas, floating in liquid silicone. Buelteman hits everything with an electric pulse and the electrons do a dance as they leap from the sheet metal, through the silicone and the plant (and hopefully not through him), while heading back out the jumper cables. In that moment, the gas surrounding the subject is ionized, leaving behind ethereal coronas. He then hand-paints the result with white light shining through an optical fiber the width of a human hair, a process so tricky each image can take up to 150 attempts.” (via wired)

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