A drawing of a lovely coworker.
I was so excited to get the tape off this morning, but I went to sleep instead just in case the paper might still be a little damp. I am really pleased with the outcome, and with Cobalt Teal - gosh that is just the cleanest, prettiest teal-blue I have ever seen. All the M Graham paints I tried here were like that though, just… really vivid and clear.
The little white dots were made with frisket, and I almost forgot to pick them off. I only noticed because I was like wait.. browngreen spot on the watercan? mmmm…..
Next up… bonefishes maybe!
Bill Sienkiewicz 1989: The Brain of Mister X (unlettered pages published 2004)
Okay, what the absolute fuck.This show ripped my heart twelve ways to Tuesday. This is such shit, YOU CANT DO THIS TO PEOPLE! HOW AM I GOING TO FUNCTION TOMORROW?!
X-Men: Children of the Atom #3 (Marvel Comics - June 2000)
Illustrator: Steve Rude
Artist Creates Sensual Paintings Of Women That Resemble Film Noir Stills
Seattle-based artist Sail Uselessarm has created a collection of painted artworks that looks similar to film noir stills.
Japanese artist Azuma Makoto recently ventured to Nevada’s Black Rock Desert to launch a Japanese white pine bonsai into space. The artist also arranged a stunning bouquet with about 30 varieties of flowers from around the world and launched them into space as well. (via TwistedSifter)
THIS IS SO FUCKING COOL AND TERRIFYING
Ten pages of original art by Mike Deodato Jr. from the 12 page Nightcrawler story, “The Gift,” in X-Men Unlimited #32, published by Marvel Comics, September 2001.
The three norns.
Arthur Rackham, from Siegfried & the Twilight of the Gods, by Richard Wagner, London, 1911.