martianfreeeman:

blueflamingo11:

fikkifini:

itscolossal:

Planetary Structural Layer Cakes Designed by Cakecrumbs

my space boner is showing

The icing man how did you they do the icing?

Airbrush food coloring over fondant

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shawnpau:

she’s getting stronger

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jonahreenders:

Canyon Falls

By: Jonah Reenders

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xombiedirge:

Chrismas Krampus Cards by M. S. Corley / Blog / Tumblr

Cards and Post cards available HERE.

cjwho:

Perpetual Calendar by Arina Pozdnyak

What is the reason to follow the calendar? Don`t mind what day it is today … just live

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phoebewahl:

"Snow Day"

A piece I created for December in Taproot Magazine’s 2014 wall calendar.

Watercolor, collage & colored pencil. Phoebe Wahl 2013.

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phoebewahl:

A tiny pop-up card I sent to a friend. It’s about 2.5” wide.

Phoebe Wahl 2013

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tycarterart:

Ty Carter Art-Thoughts on Color, Part 1 & 2; Design, Color and “Value” an Idea. 

Hey rajivnarayanan,

Thanks! Here are a few demos I’ve posted on workflow, color, values, composition, and story. To see the full text and details along with other tutorials/demos, visit tycarter.com  

Feel free to share with your friends or download for personal use! There are many ways to paint and these are my humble thoughts. I hope you enjoy!

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dongzdong:

spaceships:

↬ no source … from an issue of Brutus? ↫

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christurnham:

The Snow White Cottages

These fairytale cottages were built in 1931 in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles. Just around the corner from the original Walt Disney Studios where Snow White was made, the cottages were a likely inspiration for the film. Musician Elliott Smith once called the cottages home and they were used as a set piece in the film Mulholland Dr.

wetheurban:

NOT PHOTOSHOPPED: Artist JeeYoung Lee

Like American artist Sandy Skoglund, JeeYoung Lee creates highly elaborate scenes that require an incredible amount of patience and absolutely no photo manipulation.

For weeks and sometimes months, the young Korean artist works in the confines of her small 360 x 410 x 240 cm studio bringing to life worlds that defy all logic.

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