1. 12:08 21st Aug 2014

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    Reblogged from onamidachoudai

    Tags: illustrationcut paper


    Papercut art by ユリ

    Permission was granted by the original artist to use these images.

  2. 17:57 19th Aug 2014

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    Reblogged from vinegardoppio


    Sushi of a grain of rice

    Copyright © 2014. All rights reserved

    (Source: blogs.timeout.jp)

  3. 17:57

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    Reblogged from sailorpompadour

    Tags: illustrationJC Leyendecker


    My ten personal favorite artworks by JC Leyendecker. It is interesting that many of them happen to be Easter illustrations!

  4. 17:50

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    Reblogged from dundeey

    Tags: illustrationKaneoya Sachiko

    image: Download


Kaneoya Sachiko
  5. 23:32 8th Aug 2014

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    Reblogged from nevver

    Tags: typography

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  6. 21:08 8th Jul 2014

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    Reblogged from bigboss0715

    Tags: illustrationShinkawa Yoji

  7. 20:08 30th Jun 2014

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    Reblogged from goemon420

    Tags: illustrationturorial

    (Source: artists-help)

  8. 12:50 29th Jun 2014

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    Reblogged from vinegardoppio

    Tags: paintingtutorialcolour



    Practicing metal painting and textures.

    Might be useful!

    (Source: lulustudies)

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    The Men of Patrick Nagel

  10. 14:00

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    Reblogged from calleballe

    Tags: illustration

    (Source: stravalon)

  11. 17:25 29th May 2014

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    Reblogged from yoyonaki

    Tags: referencebusiness





    Art Business Bootcamp 1: Getting You Found

    This is pretty much the exact advice I give to people. 

    Also: to find different art directors and publishers and studios if you don’t already have some in mind, look at the client lists of artists who are working in the field you want to work in. :) 

    Extra tip: if you speak any languages besides English, your pool of possible commissioners just got bigger. Research the market in countries other than US if you’re able to (you can probably contact these people in English anyway, but researching their contact details might prove difficult).

    (I don’t usually post this stuff on this blog, but this seemed like a good time to make an exception)

    It’s also important to update your portfolio sites while you are in school…also show different charities of skills too…so that you know what kind of diff skills you can offer

    (And seriously Google+ is really useless)

  12. 19:06 21st May 2014

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    Reblogged from cypella

    Tags: illustration


    Basic comic interpretation - different camera angle 

  13. 14:25 14th May 2014

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    Reblogged from vinegardoppio

    Tags: referencefashion




    Hey tumblr, have you ever thought to yourself, “dang it’d sure be cool to set a project in something other than the current times,” but when you go to look up references on google, all you get is a horrible historical pastiche of days gone by?

    Well boy howdy, do I have a reference for you!

    The Wishbook Web has scans of entire consumer catalogs from past decades, ranging from the early 30s to the late 80s. Each catalog has pages upon pages of reference of clothing, accessories, and shoes for all ages, as well as toys, gadgets, and all sorts of junk that you might buy for yourself or your loved ones. While the website exclusively has Christmas catalogs, the photos and illustrations show products that you could use year-round.


    I’d like to add on top of this that all of the issues of Life Magazine (1936-1972) are available via Google Books and they are just a wealth of photography, advertisement, culture, and history. There are just some really neat glimpses into history here, especially powerful when you browse through and you can see the issues leading up to wars, and then finally the first issue after a war begins—and you know what all is going to happen (I recommend the Dec. 22, 1941 issue, it’s such a strange mix of shocking reaction to news, propaganda, hope and advertisements that act like nothing’s going on).

    It’s not like looking at a history book and just reading a timeline, it’s the reactions of real people at that time, in print. It’s so neat!

  14. 20:01 12th May 2014

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    Reblogged from gwhiz138

    Tags: comicsillustration

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  15. 22:35 11th May 2014

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    Reblogged from gyrozeppeli

    Tags: typography