A Tumblr for posting art and collaborating with other artists.
As part of an advertising campaign for the Schusev State Museum of Architecture in Moscow, Saatchi & Saatchi Russia put together a creative team to assemble the deep, labyrinthine roots of some iconic buildings; the shoulders of giants that all current architecture stands atop of. You can see many more WIP shots over at Design You Trust
This is fucking with my head.
THIS IS AMAZING
“Digital art isn’t real art. You have no real talent and you’re lazy. It’s not like painting or using traditional media. You didn’t work a sweat. The program makes it for you!”
Hahaha….haha. *Although, I’m sure some people don’t actually reach 150 layers. That’s just me aahaha. /insecure /back ups of back ups of back ups
I saw this comic going around and thought that there should be an art version of it.
I NEED THIS ON MY MAIN BLOG EXCUSE U I’M FACED WITH THIS EVERY SINGLE DAY AT SCHOOL ughhhh
basically every time someone says digital art is “easy” or “not real” or some shit
VERY VERY IMPORTANT POST
Same could be said about electronic music.
check the comic this one is based off of,they got you covered.
honestly at first, i thought digital art was easy
now i’m experiencing the pain
This is a character/creature called JAWESOME - my derivative version based on Danny LuVisi’s graphic novel book “Last Man Standing” this is fan art produced as a contribution to the reprint of his book. You can find out more and follow the graphic novel updates here: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Last-Man-Standing/120622634669647?fref=ts Currently it is being made into a live action film. At San Diego Comic Con 2010, Paramount acquired the film rights for the series.
Two years ago, we launched an experiment: an online image library where we made 2,000 high-resolution images of artworks that the museum deemed to be in the public domain available for download without any restrictions. This week, we’ve exceeded ourselves with the launch of our new collections website, giving away ten times the number of images we offered in the initial image library. Nearly 20,000 high-quality images of art from our collection are available to search, download, and use as you see fit.
Merry Christmas: we just gave you 20,000 high-resolution images, for free. Now we have just one question: what are you going to do with them?
you’re simply the best, LACMA
How I pratice drawing things, now in a tutorial form.
The shrimp photo I used is here
Show me your shrimps if you do this uvu
PS: lots of engrish because foreign
This is the best art advice ever and you should all listen to it because it’s basically what I’ve been telling people for years.
i was not expecting that to actually work