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tohdaryl:

'Awakening' - A Godzilla fan art that I've submitted to Hamish Steele’s GOD-ZINE-LA.
This piece was inspired by an illustration by N.C. Wyeth ‘The Giant’. I wanted to capture the idea of this legendary king of monsters emerging from the ocean, yet obscured by clouds as if it’s a ghostly entity that the local Pacific islanders often encounter out in the open sea. 
See this piece in full glorious color when the zine is out on print! :D

tohdaryl:

'Awakening' - A Godzilla fan art that I've submitted to Hamish Steele’s GOD-ZINE-LA.

This piece was inspired by an illustration by N.C. Wyeth ‘The Giant’. I wanted to capture the idea of this legendary king of monsters emerging from the ocean, yet obscured by clouds as if it’s a ghostly entity that the local Pacific islanders often encounter out in the open sea. 

See this piece in full glorious color when the zine is out on print! :D

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tohdaryl:

"Divine Wrath" (C) Daryl Toh Liem Zhan 2014. 
A Godzilla fan art.

tohdaryl:

"Divine Wrath" (C) Daryl Toh Liem Zhan 2014. 

A Godzilla fan art.

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verticalart:

If you can’t read, just right click + open in new tab to see it larger!

I finished this weeks ago for a comics anthology some cool people at my school put together.  Chris Kindred asked me to contribute something because he is super nice.

I definitely learned a lot from this project!  

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archiemcphee:

English artist Craig Davison creates series of paintings that beautifully illustrate the awesome power of childhood imagination and our limitless ability to play pretend as our favorite movie characters. He draws from a wide variety of movies, but the pieces seen here all revolve around Star Wars.

Kids play their hearts in the foreground while their shadows loom larger than life in the background as the fictional characters they’re pretending to be. Tree branches have become light sabers, cardboard tubes and a hair dryer work equally well as blasters, a garbage can and a colander are all you need to be R2-D2 and C3PO, and a pair of headphones serve as Princess Leia’s cinnamon bun hairdo.

Visit Craig Davison’s website to check out more of his delightful and nostalgic artwork. Then go grab a tree branch and meet us at the park for a light saber duel.

[via Nerd Approved]

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gobeur:

dunder mifflies


These are all so perfect!

gobeur:

dunder mifflies

These are all so perfect!

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morehandclaps:

what if I did “What I Wore” posts like they were in the middle of magical girl transformations

Adoreblog!

morehandclaps:

what if I did “What I Wore” posts like they were in the middle of magical girl transformations

Adoreblog!

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natelbagel:

Howdy partners. Here’s some Blade Runner portraits I painted for the 7th annual Crazy 4 Cult from the good people at Gallery 1988 
I will also be signing some of the new Crazy 4 Cult books at the book signing on Sunday, come on down if you are in the NYC area!


Absolutely perfect.

natelbagel:

Howdy partners. Here’s some Blade Runner portraits I painted for the 7th annual Crazy 4 Cult from the good people at Gallery 1988 

I will also be signing some of the new Crazy 4 Cult books at the book signing on Sunday, come on down if you are in the NYC area!

Absolutely perfect.

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New hard-hitting drama, coming soon to cancelled.
[more comics!]

New hard-hitting drama, coming soon to cancelled.

[more comics!]

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gilesdraws:

Another FAC:ABC sketchcard; Mike Pickering and Gonnie Rietveld from often under-appreciated Quando Quango.

This is awesome and should have a tonne more notes, damnit!

gilesdraws:

Another FAC:ABC sketchcard; Mike Pickering and Gonnie Rietveld from often under-appreciated Quando Quango.

This is awesome and should have a tonne more notes, damnit!

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chris-spain:

Captain Manchester Issue 2
I recently completed work on the second issue of the Captain Manchester comic, which ships later this month — you can pre-order your copy here, with all proceeds going to Forever Manchester.
You can also purchase the first issue on their site, and I believe there are still a few signed copies left as well!

So I wrapped up work on issue 2 of this last week, and it’s been sent to print! I think the plan is that me and Sam are going to sign about a hundred -or-so of them before they ship to people, which we didn’t have a chance to do last time.
That’s basically where all my art energy’s been going lately anyway, and why I haven’t had the opportunity to make too many new comics. Fortunately my drawing hand’s just about fully recovered now, so expect more dumb comics and other art again soon!

chris-spain:

Captain Manchester Issue 2

I recently completed work on the second issue of the Captain Manchester comic, which ships later this month — you can pre-order your copy here, with all proceeds going to Forever Manchester.

You can also purchase the first issue on their site, and I believe there are still a few signed copies left as well!

So I wrapped up work on issue 2 of this last week, and it’s been sent to print! I think the plan is that me and Sam are going to sign about a hundred -or-so of them before they ship to people, which we didn’t have a chance to do last time.

That’s basically where all my art energy’s been going lately anyway, and why I haven’t had the opportunity to make too many new comics. Fortunately my drawing hand’s just about fully recovered now, so expect more dumb comics and other art again soon!