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A 24 year old human who likes to draw stuff, especially comics. This is my personal artblog where I will post doodles, WIPs and finished artwork and also text posts with ignorant opinions. I'm doing my best. Enjoy your stay!
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Foliage practice. I think I’ll make a skattered brush next time I do foliage. But at least now I have a idea of how I wanna go. What kind of steps I’m going to take.

A customized “leaf-brush” with scattering is something I’d only use as a “base”, and mostly only for the background and not so much on the middleground and foreground.

Also, I love how much of a difference the warmer light made on the picture. Now I’m off to bed, cya!

It’s time for some photo-spammin’ from the museum I visited with my pal!

I’m gonna upload these as photo-sets.

And since I took these partly as inspiration/references, I will have these under my “protip” tag. And yes, you can use these photos as reference or resource.

It’s time for some photo-spammin’ from the museum I visited with my pal!

I’m gonna upload these as photo-sets.

And since I took these partly as inspiration/references, I will have these under my “protip” tag. And yes, you can use these photos as reference or resource.

rhamphotheca:

animalworld: TWENTY PLUME MOTH - Alucita hexadactyla

© Kim Tarsey,  Marshland Fen
The Twenty-plume Moth is a moth of the family Alucitidae. It is found in Europe. The wingspan is 14-16 mm. The moth flies the whole year depending on the location.The larvae feed on Honeysuckle.
Fact Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alucita_hexadactyla
Other photos you may like:
Creatonotos Gangis
Many Plumed Moth
Vietnamese Plume Moths mating


If you guys who follow me for my…. art related posts (and not my “rants” about spanish “lol” heh) I’d recommend you to check out this blog which reblogs/posts a lot of nice entires about animals, space… science! But mostly animals, and he’s got a thing for moths currently. I don’t like moths, I hate them, but this post is one of those few pictures that really really makes my inspiration start kicking in my brain like a bubbling fetus.

rhamphotheca:

animalworldTWENTY PLUME MOTH - Alucita hexadactyla

© Kim Tarsey,  Marshland Fen

The Twenty-plume Moth is a moth of the family Alucitidae. It is found in Europe. The wingspan is 14-16 mm. The moth flies the whole year depending on the location.The larvae feed on Honeysuckle.

Fact Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alucita_hexadactyla

Other photos you may like:

Creatonotos Gangis

Many Plumed Moth

Vietnamese Plume Moths mating

If you guys who follow me for my…. art related posts (and not my “rants” about spanish “lol” heh) I’d recommend you to check out this blog which reblogs/posts a lot of nice entires about animals, space… science! But mostly animals, and he’s got a thing for moths currently. I don’t like moths, I hate them, but this post is one of those few pictures that really really makes my inspiration start kicking in my brain like a bubbling fetus.

rhamphotheca:

Diagrammatic transverse view of the buccal cavity of a gastropod, showing the radula and how it is used.
The rest of the body of the snail is shown in green. The food is shown in blue. Muscles that control the radula are shown in brown. The surface of the radula ribbon, with numerous teeth, is shown as a zig-zag line.
(e = esophagus, m = mouth, mx = maxilla, o = odontophore, op = odontophore, protractur muscle, r = radula,  rp = radula protractor muscle, rr = radula retractor muscle)
(via: Wikipedia)

THAT SNAIL HAS A CHAINSAW AS A TOUNGHE. FUCKING METAL.

rhamphotheca:

Diagrammatic transverse view of the buccal cavity of a gastropod, showing the radula and how it is used.

The rest of the body of the snail is shown in green. The food is shown in blue. Muscles that control the radula are shown in brown. The surface of the radula ribbon, with numerous teeth, is shown as a zig-zag line.

(e = esophagus, m = mouth, mx = maxilla, o = odontophore, op = odontophore, protractur muscle, r = radula,  rp = radula protractor muscle, rr = radula retractor muscle)

(via: Wikipedia)

THAT SNAIL HAS A CHAINSAW AS A TOUNGHE. FUCKING METAL.

Here’s some shoots of the sunrise I witnessed this morning. It’s when you see inspiring stuff like this you kinda enjoy doing all-nighters in the studio.

Sadly, the photos does not completely show the true beauty since I took it with my cellphone. And I sat on the train, which makes stuff blurry when in motion.