This guy made a giant chalk drawing of some Madoka Magica box art and these are the progress pictures!
i took a picture of the finished product too haha. this was really great to see.
It was amazing seeing this guy work on it little by little and then seeing it come together in the end. I took a picture of the outlines and wasn’t expecting much. I came back the next day and this beautiful picture started to come out. I never thought anyone could do such things with chalk.
By replacing ink cartridges with paint on an antique typewriter, artist Tyree Callahan has created a new instrument in which paint and words converge. Initially started as an experiment to apply watercolor text to a work in progress, the project grew to the resulting object, aptly named the chromatic typewriter. As far as technicalities, the artist states “I also tried to incorporate things that would offer a significant suspension of disbelief to the piece. The ribbon, for one. At the moment, it is a slice of a stellar spectrum analysis of our sun. An homage to the one thing that really makes art what it is in the universe: light.
Grim Natwick (Snow White), Marc Davis (Aurora & Cinderella), Glen Keane (Ariel, Pocahontas, & Rapunzel), Ken Duncan (Megara & Jane), James Baxter (Belle & Giselle), and Mark Henn (Jasmine, Mulan, and Tiana)
Sometimes I feel like re-watching this movie just so I can look at those beautiful backgrounds and details.
Paint the Forest with me [x]
The Collective Snapshot by Spanish Photographer: Pep Ventosa
The Collective Snapshot is actually a series of photographs where images “blend together dozens of snapshots to create an abstraction of the places we’ve been and the things we’ve seen.
no offense to the original artist on the left (picasso), but their anatomy and coloring was utter BARF. you can see in my re-draw on the right that i fixed basically everything wrong in that monstrosity