one week of design

senshiofmom  asked:

Top 10 sailor Moon Monster of the week

10. Screaming violin woman (093)

9. Pegasus hits the gym (143)

8. WHAT the ACTUAL HELL (151)

7. An 80s stripper who also happens to be a shoe (106)

6. Me (114)

5. The animation department had a lot of extra pink paint (174)

4. An elephant vacuum cleaner, but like in a sexy way (094)

3. My breasts are two small screaming snowmen (038)

2. Ball Family (132, 140, 146)

1. A straight-up, actual volcano (067)

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🍁⭐And here the last part of 🌿“Floraison”🍂, It was at first a challenge, because i never do backgrounds, big illustrations with perspective, indoors design etc… I wanted to add it to my portfolio too, last year. But the first one took me.. like more than one week only for the color, so I choose to take the time to learn, analyse, think etc… and now it’s finish, and I’m happy :) Thank’s again, for your kind words, it’s always motivating !🌟👍👏 and I called the character Yori yeah.

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Sorry these are so rough- it was more of a costume design exercise then a drawing one.

A few weeks ago I did these allegiance-switched versions of Jyn and Krennic, and popped them onto my twitter feed. It’s only just occurred to me to put them up here too.

It’s was fun trying to figure out how to incorporate a cape into the Rebel Alliance aesthetic- but looking at some concept art they seem to be fans of zippers and pockets. I added that mustard lining to give it a nice flash of colour. Not very stealthy but favouring appearance over practicality seems to be Krennic’s thing anyway.

As for Jyn, I think Felicity would make an awesome SW bad guy- love the idea of tiny Jyn sizing up next to gigantic Tarkin. The haircut was fun too- with that Kristen Stewart vibe going on.

Day 2 - Family

I probably have to explain this one. Sooo the maids gave Rose some clean clothes after she dirtied her usual garb, and well.. gave her some Royal Family clothes knowing her relationship with Alisha. Rose either didn’t realise the emblem’s there, or doesn’t realise that going around wearing it like that is pretty much screaming ‘I’m with Alisha’. Alisha is surprised, embarrassed and silently pleased to see Rose in it.

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I posted that one Reaper a week ago and in that time I’ve designed his supervisor / the manager. I can’t decide on hair so it’ll just constantly change. The above is the original warm up concepts and the below I spent a good bit o time on.

He doesn’t have a name yet, none of my new reapers do. Also don’t have a story yet.. um but with the amount of art block I’ve had these new guys have been fun to draw.

We will always have French kissing.
Quoiqu’il arrive, on se roulera toujours des pelles.

This past week has been as intense as it gets for a lot of people in Paris. I happened to be visiting for a couple week. We were all affected one way or another. Horrible stories after horribles stories were shared, friends lost loved ones, were wounded, attacked while doing nothing more than just enjoying life. Shock, disgust, sadness came first. Some anger too.
But, way above these feelings, the most prevalent and raw one that came naturally from everybody in the city was LOVE. It came naturally, almost as cliché as it gets when one talks about Paris. People are hugging even more, kissing even more, drinking even more, smoking even more while honoring the ones who passed. What happened only strengthened people’s love for life and for each other without distinctions.
It’s beautiful to see and it gives me hope.
Thanks #stefaniemiano #biancaobrien #johnkarsenty for making that beautiful moment happen

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Kindred’s Mask (Wolf)

So I will keep this short, as I had another similar tutorial last week. I really enjoy Kindred’s Character design, and one of its most iconic traits, is the character’s twin mask set. So without further ado here is part 2 of Kindred’s Mask, wolf’s mask.

So because the wolf in my costume will be an automaton supported by an under costume backpack (courtesy of robotics friends), I need the mask to be light, and a bit smaller, than Lamb’s mask which weighs ~1.5lbs. 

After printing out a reference picture and comparing it to my other mask, I cut it into 4 components; face, forehead, ears, and horns. I do this so that I can shape each piece easier, and thus have a more accurate mask shape. I cut this pattern into my 2mm craft foam and my low-density eva foam yoga mat.  

The wooden details were cut into the 2mm craft foam using a craft knife, and this was glued on top of the yoga mat. (Wait for the glue to ‘tackify’ before applying.)

Each piece was then sandwiched in worbla, and the excess trimmed off to save for the next part. 

The pieces were assembled and the scraps from earlier were used to fill in the crevices between the two pieces. 

The junctions were sanded down using a dremel, and the wood detailing was redefined as well. 

Four layers of wood glue were added, to prime the mask, and 2 layers of white acrylic paint gave the mask it’s base color. While the base was still wet, I did a wet on wet acrylic paint style, where the paint was mixed directly on the mask, so it had a smoother and well blended look. This mask was finished with a clear coat of paint to protect the vibrant colors. 

So Tada! Here I have Kindred’s Masks, which I am very happy about. Total time it took to make the two masks was about 13 hours, and total cost of supplies, excluding tools, ended up being about 30 dollars. Hope you guys enjoyed.

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‪#‎MuseumWeek‬ 2016 has begun! Follow @museummodernart on Twitter for stories, photos, and videos all week long. Today’s theme is ‪#‎SecretsMW‬, so we’re sharing some of our favorite lesser-known spots in the museum. Click through the slideshow to discover these gems.

1. In the education building you’ll find a wall of Andy Warhol’s Cow Wallpaper that’s perfect for photo ops.

[Andy Warhol. Cow Wallpaper. 1966. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. © 2011 Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York]

2. A Jenny Holzer Living series plaque is tucked away on the second floor near the bookstore.

[Jenny Holzer. Living: You should limit the number of times…. 1980-82. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. © 2016 Jenny Holzer / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York] 

3. A secret spot many visitors miss is the Sol LeWitt wall drawing in the film lobby.

[Sol LeWitt. Wall Drawing #1144, Broken Bands of Color in Four Directions. 2004. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. © 2016 Sol LeWitt / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York] — at MoMA The Museum of Modern Art.

4. A Ferrari 641 Formula 1 racing car hangs in our education building. 

[John Barnard, Ferrari S.p.A., Maranello, Italy. Formula 1 Racing Car (641/2). 1990. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Photograph: @raghav_k93 on Twitter]