Look at all those details

I KNOW THIS QUOTE IS OLD BUT I STILL LIKE IT anyway i hope you had a merry christmas 


Jumanji Falls - Part 7

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“Spirit”, By Jyri Straechav, 2014. 

Something a little less horror and a bit more “dark fantasy” or something. It was just an idea that I had, and here it is. I rather like how the surface turned out. I might (in other words: I will) use this technique again to work on my future pieces. Have to wonder what to do next, though… hmm…


[Miniatuart] Limited Edition ‘Spirited Away’ Aburaya (Unassembled Kit)

Here’s something I found when I was browsing model-kits to buy, and wanted to share cause this is simply amazing.

I wish I could buy it and assemble it myself, but this papercraft model-kit costs about $600+ USD, so I’ll never be able to afford it ಥ_ಥ. Just look at those details though!!!

Please don’t remove the credits~ All images belong to HobbySearch.


People will stare. Make it worth their whileIris Van Herpen “Hacking Infinity” prêt-à-porter collection | F/W ‘15-‘16

My poor attempt at using paint (!) to show you that it’s not the same shirt, it’s probably the same model, just not the unique same shirt, the pattern is placed differently. You can see two distinctive pieces of pattern that are in different places in either shirt (green and red) and in light blue you can see that there are pieces of the pattern that are just not there. Same model and brand most likely, JUST DIFFERENT SHIRT.

I haven’t drawn much south park stuff for my main blog, it’s always my ask blog, sense kyman isn’t happening there it’s happening here. Delicious. Also it was brought to my attention that some people have been reposting my art, most of it being for rps- which is fine. But I would appreciate it if you could credit me somewhere, it’s not the end of the world if you don’t I’m pretty lenient about it. And you don’t have to ask to use my art just go ahead (sense people use it without asking anyway) just please credit, and that goes for any art you post anywhere for anything. yeah.

The number of times he’s told reporters that his life is boring is telling. It’s so at odds with an industry that now considers the size of an actor’s Twitter following before casting them, that it’s almost a miracle Hardy is famous at all. It’s a testament to his skill.

For him — and for us — it’s all about his work. And, most especially, what we can infer about who he is from his work and how he goes about it.

It’s the difference between a movie star and an actor.


Lumber-Harold from the stream!

I was very inspired