What the hell

my deviantart

my art tag :)

elfuhbuh:

"And fuck you too, Raoul."

elfuhbuh:

"And fuck you too, Raoul."

(via alvadee)

me:

i want to draw

me:

*starts drawing* i don't want to do this anymore

scattershotsilly:

Glen Keane

scattershotsilly:

Glen Keane

(via artofglenkeane)

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Sherlock Holmes playing violin :P
I love that feeling when you scan the picture and then you see how much you screwed up the anatomy…

Sherlock Holmes playing violin :P

I love that feeling when you scan the picture and then you see how much you screwed up the anatomy…

I was playing around with watercolours today and my scanner ruined the thing :/ :/ these pictures look way better irl :c (Batman has blue background :x)

Not sure how many people know this but Miyazaki once wanted to do an anime adaptation of Pippi Longstocking in the 70s

nightmargin:

but it was dropped because they couldn’t get permission from the original creator

BUT HOT DAYUM AT THE CONCEPT ART IT’S LITERALLY THE CUTEST THING…

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(also the protagonist of Panda go panda was probably based on her design)

(Source: miyazaki-ru.livejournal.com, via alvadee)

m2manga:

The Sailor Scout, Fantasy RPG set!

(via phobs-heh)

the-disney-elite:

Lisa Keane’s concept art for Enchanted (2007). Via.

(via alvadee)

evora-eriu-mclaggen:

Done with Adobe Photoshop CS6, no idea how much time I have spent on this one, but it’s got 186 frames (mind you, that’s the longest animation I posted on dA, so I consider it my personal record). That’s almost 15 seconds. WHOA, right?

(Source: ravietta.deviantart.com, via alvadee)

heliocoelin:

Can we take a second to appreciate the sheer beauty of male elegance in J. C. Leyendecker’s work?

Joseph Christian Leyendecker ( March 23, 1874 in Montabaur, Germany – July 25, 1951 in New Rochelle, New York, USA) was one of the preeminent American illustrators of the early 20th century. During the Golden Age of American Illustration between 1896 and 1950, Leyendecker painted more than 400 magazine covers as well as many advertisement illustrations. Leyendecker “virtually invented the whole idea of modern magazine design.”  

The apparent homoerotic aesthetic of his work is often attributed to a homosexual identity. Leyendecker excelled at depicting male homosocial spaces (locker rooms, clubhouses, tailoring shops) and extraordinarily handsome young men in curious poses or exchanging glances. Leyendecker never married, and he lived with another man, Charles Beach, for much of his adult life, who is assumed to have been his lover and who was the original model of the famous Arrow Collar Man.

(via alvadee)

Bruce Timm’s covers

(Source: lost-neverlander, via alvadee)

alvadeedrawz:

I’m terrible with color so I played around with watercolor today.

(Source: y-xndere, via phobs-heh)

coryloftis:

Looking at Bernie Fuchs, being all jealous.  Outfit from the interwebs.  Unwinding.

coryloftis:

Looking at Bernie Fuchs, being all jealous.  Outfit from the interwebs.  Unwinding.