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lulustudies:

Practicing metal painting and textures.

artrubzow:

If you cant attend life drawing sessions. This is the best thing for you

Let me show you something I recently found : Croquis Cafe!

You get to see models of different colors and shapes in a life drawing setting. They move and breath while posing (breathing like in real life :O) ambient music is playing in the background and you have 1, 2  and 5 minute sessions. I find it very helpful , you should try it.

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Phoebe Tonkin || Fake Your Piercings by Into The Gloss (2014)

stevethompson-art:

"The moments that made Disney" 

The first in a series of 12 monthly ornaments that celebrate defining moments that helped make Walt Disney launch today online. As part of the “Sketchbook Ornament Collection” I design every year for the Disney Stores. Up first is 1923 - “Walt arrives in L.A.”

Based on my concept sketch and photo above. 

These are limited to just 1,000 pieces worldwide. 

Get a sneak preview of the next two releases above and the rest of the upcoming collection here

stunningpicture:

Imagine if megalodon sharks were around today

mickeyandcompany:

The art above is a concept art made by Sue Nichols for the Walt Disney Animation Studios film Moana, which is expected to be released in 2018 (probably March 9 or November 21 according to the Walt Disney Animation Studios movies schedule).

This Moana concept art is the only one released by now. It was released last year and since then, dozens of “new official concept arts” appeared. Even a logo.

So the thing is why Disney would release a logo for a movie that they don’t even talked about yet?! Why release dozens of concept art for a movie that is only coming out in four years?!

Check sources after posting stuff about Moana. I felt like I needed to post something about it to inform people better, so maybe we can prevent all these fake news and fake concept art that are being posted on Tumblr.

Here goes a text I took from Wikipedia with everything we have about the movie by now

Ron Clements and John Musker are working on a computer-animated musical film, Moana, set in Polynesia. The film is expected to be released in 2018. It is described as a “mythic adventure set around 2000 years ago and across a series of islands in the South Pacific.” The main character is to be Moana Waialiki, a sea-voyaging enthusiast and the only daughter of a chief in a long line of navigators. When her family needs her help, she sets off on an epic journey. The film is to include demi-gods and spirits taken from Polynesian mythology. The music for the film is to be composed by Mark Mancina and arranged by Dave Metzger.

After directing The Princess and the Frog, Clements and Musker started working on an adaptation of Terry Pratchett’s Mort, but rights problems prevented them to continue with the project. To avoid similar problems, they pitched three new ideas, and in 2011 started developing the film based on an original idea.

Moana will be Clements and Musker’s first computer-animated film. Although initially rumoured to be made in the hand-drawn/computer-animated technique introduced with Disney’s short film Paperman, Musker said that it is “far too early to apply the Paperman hybrid technique to a feature. The Meander digital in-betweening interface still has a host of production issues (including color) that need to be perfected.” According to Bleeding Cool, the film will feature a new, painterly style of CG.

I’m scared of ending up alone.