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The kitchen is a fantastic place to witness the everyday beauty of fluid dynamics. Daria Khoroshavina and Olga Kolesnikova capture these delectable cooking-related GIFs on their Buttery Planet Tumblr. From pouring cream to drizzling syrup, there are countless examples of fluids in daily life. Check out their site for more awesome images and be sure to keep your eyes open for great examples of fluid behavior in your day-to-day life. (Image credits: Buttery Planet; via Colossal)

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An animated teaser for the release of MAGNATRON (summer 2015)

youtube link : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hl6LbFrQsS8

If you follow me on Instagram, this is what you’ll see if you check out my profile page (on a mobile) at the moment. It’s ‘The Tree and the City’, a commission I completed recently. I’ve just been asked to draw a companion piece for it, so the two can hang together, which is nice.

Drawn on heavy cartridge paper with Copic Multiliners.

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Sketching from the imagination: Sci-fi is out next month. Order it before June 8th and get a free sketchbook thrown in.

Buy it here.

320 pages, 50 artists (including me)…

An inspiring collection of drawings and articles exploring the sketchbooks and artistic practices of 50 talented sci-fi concept artists.

Sketches and drawings are the foundations of great art, where thoughts and concepts first come to life as an image. In Sketching from the Imagination: Sci-fi, 50 talented traditional and digital artists showcase their sketches, share their inspirations, and explain their approaches to drawing sci-fi art. From doodles of robots and aliens, to concept designs for spaceships and speculative life-forms, Sketching from the Imagination: Sci-fi is a visually stunning collection packed with useful tips and creative insights – an invaluable resource that will inspire artists of all abilities.

More amazing stuff from 3dtotal here.