1. pastwiska:

    More Skyrim sketches)

    (via mynosylexia)

  2. killapede:

    some more outside drawings! I went to LA for a while

  4. archatlas:

    Otro Paisaje (Another Landscape) Mario Ayguavives

    "In “Otro Paisaje” my intention is to create images typically seen on postcards or posters which show a beautiful natural landscape. I then manipulate these on the computer, as the human race has done with the earth, introducing a disturbing aspect through the repetition, one or more times, of some of its components or through the use of symmetry. In this way I intend to produce a strong contradiction to nature where no two elements are ever the same. Repetition and its supposed perfection is something belonging to industrialisation.

    The landscapes that I have created can be beautiful, just as beautiful as many other consumer products designed by man, but in them there is something artificial and so perfect that we should be unsettled.”

  5. yuriorbital:

    Scars of concrete

    Kętrzyn, Poland 09-2013

    In the center of a wet and dark forest close to Kętrzyn, Poland, history left some indelible marks. Here was built Wolfsschanze, Adolf Hitler’s first Eastern Front military headquarters in World War II. The complex of bunker, which would become one of several Führerhauptquartiere (Führer Headquarters) located in various parts of occupied Europe, was built for the start of Operation Barbarossa - the invasion of the Soviet Union - in 1941.

    In October 1944 the Red Army reached the borders of East Prussia during the Baltic Offensive. Hitler departed from the Wolf’s Lair for the final time on 20 November when the Soviet advance reached Angerburg (now Węgorzewo). Two days later the order was given to destroy the complex. However the actual demolition did not take place until the night of 24–25 January 1945.

    Despite the use of tons of explosives - one bunker required an estimated 8,000 kg of TNT - most of the complex buildings were only partially destroyed due their immense size and reinforced structures, and almost 70 years later, the ruins of the bunkers are still in the forest, gloomy and threatening, covered by a green moss, breaking the quiet of the nature with their sharp edges.

    Copyright © Yuri Segalerba, All Rights Reserved

    (via sebright)

  6. archatlas:

    Ana Serrano

    "Ana Serrano is a first generation Mexican American born in Los Angeles, California in 1983. Inspired by both of the cultural contexts in her life, she creates work utilizing a variety of mediums including drawing, collage, sculpture, and motion. Her work bears reference to those in low socioeconomic positions, with particular interest in the customs and beliefs, as well as the architecture, fashion, and informal economies present
    within this segment of society”

  7. (Source: heyfiki, via sebright)

  8. heyfiki:

    Tolliver Falls: Trickle by Shahid Durrani on Flickr.

    Swallow Falls State Park, Maryland (Oct 6, 2013)

    (via sebright)

  9. katiejrice:


    A few cabin sketches (drawn from this, this, and this) and a cranky gnome

    I don’t know what I want more, to be able to draw cabins like these, or live in a cabin like these.

  10. kaytara-art:


    Rotatable 3D models for artists

    Includes torso, head, foot, and various hand poses - select from menu on the right!

    (via pastel-chaos)

  11. eyecaging:

    Form the Basis of Drawing from the Complete Artists Course


  12. Carved Skull II \\ Atmosfære on Tumblr

    (via sebright)

  13. vielmond:

    You’re getting tired of seeing her on you dash, aren’t you? But I had to reblog this analysis of her made at Sartorially Smart Heroines! Jack has a keen eye to detail, and it was a true delight to read his impression of her.

    If you want to see gorgeous artworks and cleverly written articles about adventurers who wear other clothes than chainkinis check out their blog and tumblr.


    Mauve, Witch of the North, by Camila Vielmond

    Made me laugh when I asked Camila permission to use Mauve for Sartorially Smart Heroines and she warned me: “Mauve is no heroine, she falls somewhere between the anti-hero and villain archetypes.” Which is perfectly fine with me: I admire good villainesses and keep intending to show them more love on the blog. (I’m always open to requests, folks. If you have a smartly dressed villainess you’d like to see, feel free to let me know!)

    "[M]agnificent, mischievous bastard," was the description Camila gave for the charming Mauve, and I like to think Cam succeeded in this portrayal. Our clever caster looks rough—-battered even—-but in no way a victim. The scars on her face likely came from fights she started (and probably finished). All in all, I see in her a tough, smart, self-reliant character: qualities I admire and look for in heroines and villainesses alike.

    (Click for full discussion)

  14. semaev:

    Space bugs 

    (by Yoyo The Ricecorpse)

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    (via erens-bootylicious-bum)

  15. yaaynature:

    Lahore Pigeons

    (via sebright)