9:40 pm - Mon, Oct 20, 2014
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marcinhaunts:

mushroomtale-fanart:

Wow uhm, I think I have at least ten Sansa-related requests right now, so I hope you guys don’t mind I did these together. Two for this week — I think I’m finally getting the hang of this… *fist pump* Sophie Turner is so pretty! ;___;

holy shit

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9:40 pm - Sun, Oct 19, 2014
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Herald of Dawn by PeteMohrbacher

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Qianyuan mountain by FLOWERZZXU

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9:40 pm - Sat, Oct 18, 2014
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Cracked Valley by Narholt

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I will rule by fdasuarez

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9:40 pm - Fri, Oct 17, 2014
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uzlolzu:

I made a lot of people! Forty-seven, to be precise, and they have been flipped over and over again so if something buttons the wrong way or a logotype is mirrored, that’s why. I’m sorry. 
   They’re all from the same world, thought different layers of it, and all are part of a project of mine and and xhakhal's  (tag “Spinal”).
   Three of the pictures has logotypes (mine) in the top right corner and the people on those pictures are all involved in the company in question in one way or another.

Names, from top to bottom, going from left to right (all characters in italicsbelong to xhakhal, the rest are mine) Some characters appear more than once, in different stages of their life:

#1 - Shield 1
Erik Morhenge, Francis Nowell, Alexander Roos, Tove Mochizuki, Jona Eide, Lisp (Isabela Buabueng), Khima NikaiNadja Dahir

#2 - Morrow Enterprises
Immanuel Martínez, Nima Quriós Kahveci, Jona Eide, Aaron Whittaker, Ester Morrow, Samuel Vaughan, Tere Cairéz, Tracy BeckettTerry Beckett

#3 - Shield 2
Adrian KucharskijHenry Rosenberg, Zacharias Sabelfeldt, Lisp (teenager), Aaron WhittakerIan Glaive

#4 - Leichter
Selai RoosJonatan Roos, Tove Mochizuki (older), Alexander Roos
Jona Eide, Lisp, Jasper Jones, Sara Ward

#5 - Various Sky
Jasper Jones, Elizabeth Abravanel, Toya Mochizuki, Samir Gallamore
Khelán Gallamore Alkourashi, Jeremiah Skies, Malin Eide, Erik MorhengeAlicia Roos

#6 - Joann
Nicolas Debonlier, Mette Grip, Joann Grip, Jonathan Grip, Olivia Lewis-Grip, Liv Bialek-Grip, Cala al-Qadi

Writing their stories here would get too long. I won’t tag all characters this time, just some. No werewolves in this universe.

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Horse in snow and shit warmup sketch #4656478 by JordyLakiere

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9:40 pm - Thu, Oct 16, 2014
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Sheppies by Pheberoni

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Healing Springs by jjpeabody

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9:40 pm - Wed, Oct 15, 2014
I almost refrained from posting this one thanks to its more sensible subject, but this has an incredible potential for storytelling, not to mention the quality shading and composition. It is not so usual to see orcs/trolls/ogres displaying emotions we attribute only to humans  in fantasy and I thought this was a very refreshing piece. 

Obvious NSFW warning.

809 by Qrumzsjem

I almost refrained from posting this one thanks to its more sensible subject, but this has an incredible potential for storytelling, not to mention the quality shading and composition. It is not so usual to see orcs/trolls/ogres displaying emotions we attribute only to humans in fantasy and I thought this was a very refreshing piece.

Obvious NSFW warning.

809 by Qrumzsjem

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pkmike:

Hey guys!
here are some recent stuff I’ve been doing :D random sketches basically, had loads of fun doing these

ps; I reeeally like painting tiny people

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9:40 pm - Tue, Oct 14, 2014
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shade-shypervert:

Helps me a lot, makes coloring 50% faster~

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New link to spam you all: Behance!

pygmygoatsart:

https://www.behance.net/anebarone

Follow me & share your portfolios :>

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9:40 pm - Mon, Oct 13, 2014
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howtonotsuckatgamedesign:

For Nintendo’s 125th birthday, I recommend this book:
"The History of Nintendo Vol.1"
It covers the beginnings right up to the arcade and Game&Watch devices and is packed and packed and packed with product photos and descriptions of all the toys and games they made back then.

ISBN: 978-2-918272-15-1
Cheers

howtonotsuckatgamedesign:

For Nintendo’s 125th birthday, I recommend this book:

"The History of Nintendo Vol.1"

It covers the beginnings right up to the arcade and Game&Watch devices and is packed and packed and packed with product photos and descriptions of all the toys and games they made back then.

ISBN: 978-2-918272-15-1

Cheers

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