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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Season 1 - Geeko Techy | Performing Arts |552228065

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Season 1
Geeko Techy
Genre: Performing Arts
Price: $1.99
Publish Date: August 1, 2012

After ten thousand years, Rita Repulsa, the space witch is free with her servants Goldar, Baboo, Squatt and Finster from the dumpster on Moon. Back on the earth Zordon, a wise sage from the planet Eltar, tells a robot, Alpha 5, from the planet Edenoi, to find five ‘teenagers with attitude’ and make them the Power Rangers… Based on Saban’s Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Season, the book contains the whole storyline of the season.

Pacific Rim: Guillermo del Toros Notebook - Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. ...

Pacific Rim: Guillermo del Toros Notebook
Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.
Genre: Art & Architecture
Price: Get
Publish Date: October 1, 2013

Take a glimpse into the mind of director Guillermo del Toro and discover the thoughts and ideas that led to the creation of PACIFIC RIM. This intimate notebook is a collection of del Toro’s early drawings and musings which provide rare insight into the director’s creative process.  Employing the dynamic user interface, viewers can scan del Toro’s Director’s Notebook, translate blocks of original Spanish text and discover hidden interactive hotspots on each page.    Available Now on Digital HD at the iTunes store

Free Guide to Self-Publishing and Book Promotion: Inside Secrets from an Author Whose ...

Free Guide to Self-Publishing and Book Promotion: Inside Secrets from an Author Whose Self-Published Books Sold in Thousands
Valerie Estelle Frankel
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
Price: Get
Publish Date: June 24, 2012

Wondering how to get published? Or how to self publish? Have an amazing book but no one’s reviewing it or hearing the buzz? Now award-winning author Valerie Estelle Frankel shares all her inside tips, from conferences to Facebook, Twitter to eBay, on how to make your book a success. With this guide, you’ll learn how to create a professional cover or find a cheap but brilliant cover artist. Build and distribute your ebook in every format, make bookmarks and handy cards, write and distribute your press release and get into the news. Every essential tip for new writers and experienced ones who want more exposure and sales. Complete with an appendix of successful query letters, press release, sell sheet, flyers and cards, step-by-step covers, and much more. Now with a Bonus Essay on Creating Cover Art by Mary E. Lowd, author of Otters in Space.

Free Guide to Self-Publishing and Book Promotion: Inside Secrets from an Author Whose ...

Free Guide to Self-Publishing and Book Promotion: Inside Secrets from an Author Whose Self-Published Books Sold in Thousands
Valerie Estelle Frankel
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
Price: Get
Publish Date: June 24, 2012

Wondering how to get published? Or how to self publish? Have an amazing book but no one’s reviewing it or hearing the buzz? Now award-winning author Valerie Estelle Frankel shares all her inside tips, from conferences to Facebook, Twitter to eBay, on how to make your book a success. With this guide, you’ll learn how to create a professional cover or find a cheap but brilliant cover artist. Build and distribute your ebook in every format, make bookmarks and handy cards, write and distribute your press release and get into the news. Every essential tip for new writers and experienced ones who want more exposure and sales. Complete with an appendix of successful query letters, press release, sell sheet, flyers and cards, step-by-step covers, and much more. Now with a Bonus Essay on Creating Cover Art by Mary E. Lowd, author of Otters in Space.

Free Guide to Self-Publishing and Book Promotion: Inside Secrets from an Author Whose ...

Free Guide to Self-Publishing and Book Promotion: Inside Secrets from an Author Whose Self-Published Books Sold in Thousands
Valerie Estelle Frankel
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
Price: Get
Publish Date: June 24, 2012

Wondering how to get published? Or how to self publish? Have an amazing book but no one’s reviewing it or hearing the buzz? Now award-winning author Valerie Estelle Frankel shares all her inside tips, from conferences to Facebook, Twitter to eBay, on how to make your book a success. With this guide, you’ll learn how to create a professional cover or find a cheap but brilliant cover artist. Build and distribute your ebook in every format, make bookmarks and handy cards, write and distribute your press release and get into the news. Every essential tip for new writers and experienced ones who want more exposure and sales. Complete with an appendix of successful query letters, press release, sell sheet, flyers and cards, step-by-step covers, and much more. Now with a Bonus Essay on Creating Cover Art by Mary E. Lowd, author of Otters in Space.

anonymous asked:

Soooooooo now that u have the cover art,,, david published next?

Tis the plan, after I tackle his surly mentor.

(Aw shit, now I’m imagining an American bulldog checking a kitten into the boards to make him tougher)

LOOK AT MIKE HELP. 

lordsheogorath97  asked:

Good night. You seem to be brightening up my day with your awesome art here, lots of great drawings. I specially love "el capitan" Judy Hopps. May I ask what's next on your art schedule?

Awww thank you so much!!! I’m so glad you liked my art ^^ I just published a comic of the little mermaid AU. Oh and Wonder Bunny is coming soon ;)

Originally posted by dcgod

Zen Culture - Thomas Hoover | Art & Architecture |400608665

Zen Culture
Thomas Hoover
Genre: Art & Architecture
Price: Get
Publish Date: August 20, 2010

Anyone who examines the Zen arts is immediately struck by how modern they seem. The ceramics of 16th-century Zen artists could be interchanged with the rugged pots of our own contemporary crafts movement; ancient calligraphies suggest the monochromes of Franz Kline or Willem de Kooning; the apparent nonsense and illogic of Zen parables (and No theater and Haiku poetry) established the limitations of language long before the theater of the absurd; 400-year-old Zen architecture seems to be a copy of modern design ideas such as modular space and a California marriage of house and garden. Zen values experiencing things over analyzing them. Perhaps if we can take the power of direct perception, sharpened by the devices of Zen art, back to everyday activities, we will find a beauty in common objects that we previously ignored. Selected Reviews The notoriously grumpy Kirkus Reviews said, “Thomas Hoover has a considerable gift for expressing his appreciation and understanding of various arts associated with Zen… . These are deftly treated, with a concise synopsis of the historical development of each; and together Hoover’s discussions provide an excellent introduction to the aesthetics of Japanese culture.” Library Journal said, “Hoover covers the ground in an easy and informative way, describing the origins of Zen itself and the Zen roots of swordsmanship, architecture, food, poetry, drama, ceramics, and many other areas of Japanese life. The book is packed with facts, the bibliography is excellent, the illustrations few but most appropriate, and the style clear and smooth. A most useful book for all collections.” Asian Studies declared, “Highly recommended. ZEN CULTURE moves easily from the political climate that gave rise to Zen to the cultural areas – art, architecture, theatre, literature, flower arrangement, design, archery, swordsmanship – where Zen has manifested itself.” As for the influence of the Zen aesthetic, the Houston Chronicle said, “Hoover suggests we need only look around. Modern furniture is clean, simple lines in unstained, unadorned woods. And that old fad became a habit, houseplants. These are all expressions of ideas born with Zen: understatement, asymmetry, intuitive perception, nature worship, disciplined reserve.” “Highly recommended,” said The Center for Asian Studies. “Western intellectuals have tried to represent the height of Buddhist mysticism within the pages of mere books, reducing an ineffable experience into a written report. Predictably such attempts have failed miserably. ZEN CULTURE by Thomas Hoover comes the closest to succeeding,” said Hark Publishing “ZEN CULTURE, concerned as it is with the process of perception as much as with actual works of art, can open our sense so that we experience anew the arts of both East and West, ancient and modern.” declared the Asian Mail. And to go multi-media, NYC-FM in New York said, “Hoover takes us on a grand tour of Zen archery and swordsmanship, flower arranging, drama, food, gardening, painting, poetry, architecture. His book is essentially one by a connoisseur.” Tags: Zen History, Haiku, Zen, Ceramics, Archery, Landscape Garden, Stone Garden, Ink Landscape, Zen Architecture, Sword, Katana, No Theater, Noh Theater, Japanese Tea Ceremony, Flower arranging, Ikebana, Zen Ceramic Art, Raku, Shino, Ryoanji-ji

Studio Class Demos - Otis College of Art and Design | Art & Architecture |484323818

Studio Class Demos
Otis College of Art and Design
Genre: Art & Architecture
Price: Get
Publish Date: March 7, 2007

Learning objects used during the Foundation year.

2012 Otis College of Art and Design

Script in the Copperplate Style - Dr. Joseph M. Vitolo | Art & Architecture |547108521

Script in the Copperplate Style
Dr. Joseph M. Vitolo
Genre: Art & Architecture
Price: Get
Publish Date: July 22, 2012

This is the first interactive Book for Copperplate Calligraphy. The multimedia instructional materials contained within will help both the novice and advanced students. The fundamentals of Copperplate calligraphy are the focus of this Book with particular emphasis on letterforms. In addition, advanced concepts including Needle Stitch Script, and Gilded Script are examined. This book’s 86 pages are packed with instructional text, images and more than 35 videos presented in an interactive format that will allow the student of the art form to accelerate their learning. 

The Avengers - A Hope Lies Monograph - Adam Batty | Art & Architecture |524418069

The Avengers - A Hope Lies Monograph
Adam Batty
Genre: Art & Architecture
Price: Get
Publish Date: May 2, 2012

Hope Lies at 24 Frames Per Second presents an in-depth look at Joss Whedon’s The Avengers. 

How to Draw Giant Robots With Adobe Flash - Justin Dike | Art & Architecture |686877955

How to Draw Giant Robots With Adobe Flash
Justin Dike
Genre: Art & Architecture
Price: Get
Publish Date: August 10, 2013

Learn how to draw realistic robots with professional illustrator and instructor, Justin Dike. This book contains over 10 hours of video tutorials, teaching vector illustration using Adobe Flash. Topics include polygon shape design, shading and texturing, creating re-useable parts, and drawing one epic final illustration. 

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EatSleepDraw was created on December 7th, 2007, and has become one of the largest user submitted blogs on Tumblr. From day 1, we’ve thought of EatSleepDraw as more of a finely curated art gallery and a place for inspiration, then as a blog. Incredibly, EatSleepDraw has been publishing art about once every hour, 24 hours a day, for the last 10 years.

2000 Prog 532 - Cover Date 25th July 1987
Mean Team-Mate vs. Mean Team-Mate

Cover art by Massimo Belardinelli

Published 30 years ago this week!

Despite being on the cover there’s no Mean Team episode this week!

The Killer in the Cab - Script: Alan Moore / Art: John Richardson / Lettering: Tom Frame
Tales From Mega-City One: Taxi Driver part 1 - uncredited!
Judge Dredd: Revolution part 2 - Script: Wagner & Grant / Art: John Higgins / Lettering: Tom Frame
Tharg’s Future Shocks: The Junkyard Shift - Script: Murdoch McKenzie / Art: Simon Harrison / Lettering: Tom Frame
Strontium Dog: The Royal Affair part 1 - Script: Alan Grant / Art: Carlos Ezquerra / Lettering: Tom Frame
D.R. & Quinch’s Incredibly Excruciating Agony Page - Script: Jamie Delano & Alan Davis / Pencils: Alan Davis / Inks & Colour: Mark Farmer / Lettering: Steve Potter

Me when I see reposted art:

Seriously, I knew when I publish my fanart online it would be reposted sooner or later. But it really hurts. It also hurts me to see your art reposted.

I never met someone who asked me for my permission or at least reposted my art and credited me at the same time.

Where’s the point in publishing art when somebody reposts it and actually nobody knows who drew that because the artist isn’t credited or the signature is cutted out?

It’s really frustrating to check out every existing website just to look for some reposters and make an account to message them.

I know, it’s useless to complain about it because there will always be people who will repost art.
The least we can do against it to help us and tell each other if an art is reposted.

Thank you for paying attention