In the words of Ray Bradbury - stuff your eyes with wonder! See links for my overused tags and the telly and films I'ved loved/am loving/will always love. At times NSFW, but will be tagged as such.
My favourite actor is Aidan Gillen and his Stuart Alan Jones is my hero.
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Arya at God’s Eye lake by GoravskyAnother “Song of Ice and Fire” inspired illustration. In the book Arya Stark and her companions at God’s Eye came across deserted town. At first my idea was to draw all of them, but I think this one with just Arya on it catches the right emotion. It’s easy to forgot just how young she really is. A child caught in the middle of all that horror.
Here’s my entry for the TheOneRing.net’s competition. I might not win, but DANG, I’m proud of this.
I added stripes to Smaug’s design because I wanted to add the sense of him being tiger-like and very feline… it’s all down to interpretation, I suppose. Plus, I never want to draw coins ever again.
Artwork (c) Lizzie Cavanagh
Smaug (c) J.R.R. Tolkien
Throwback Thursday: Visual development art from Sleeping Beauty. (Via - Disney Animated)
Marvel X Pacific Rim AU: Loki the Kaiju Master
this is piece still 75% done, but today is my last holiday, so i wont have enough time to adding all details, lighting and more Kaijus on the sky.
I will still gonna do one more Tony,Bruce,Human Jarvis before i close this verse of fun~ wish i can have moaare longer Hari Raya Holiday…..TvT
All my Marvel x Pacific rim AU art series
can be found here: kaijuBuster-verse!tag
The Garden of Earthly Delicacies
munchy details from Bosch’s nutritious masterpiece
(Gorgeous) Actor Aidan Gillen drawn with 0.5 mechanical pencil, scan from Moleskine sketchbook, edited in Photoshop (yes apparently I have a thing for halos, this is like my fourth picture with a halo)
Gorgeous actor and a gorgeous drawing!
Everywhere I Look, 42” x 84”, acrylic on maple panel wood, 2011
Submission! Sushi and Social Media
From the artist:
a commentary on the ceaseless consumption of social media, illustrated here via metaphor of eating sushi - a delicious food consumed so quickly that one never seems to get ful(filled).
so honored to have my piece on social media shared by MoMA!
Vincent van Gogh’s never-before-seen sketchbooks - a bittersweet record of artistic genius and unlived dreams