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gravi-teamfalls:

robertryancory:

Gravity Falls; Sock Opera Rough Designs

Sorry for the delay, back from vacation.
Somebody figured out that Bipper in the Reverend outfit was inspired by Robert Mitchum in Night of the Hunter. That’s my favorite movie and a big influence on many artist I know. There are other secrets hidden in the designs though…

Bill pays Dipper a visit- Original special poses and designs by master of nightmares Robert Ryan Cory!

Bipper’s outfit inspired by this dashing gent: 

http://theredlist.com/media/database/settings/cinema/1950-1960/the-night-of-the-hunter/006-the-night-of-the-hunter-theredlist.jpg

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fandoms-are-my-one-true-love:

All my favorite Harry Potter bad lip reading gifs I have collected 

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thefrogman:

Art by Rafael Mantesso [instagram]

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disneylicious-art:

Tangled Concept Art by Paul Felix

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untamableshipper said: Hi! Do you have any tips on drawing body figures? Especially the length of the legs? And do you have tips on drawing hands? Thanks!

makanidotdot:

Only way to learn figures is to look at them and draw them.  I’ve taken figure drawing and anatomy for artist classes in addition to drawing a lot.  Take them if you can!  And I fuck up legs more than anything because I don’t draw them enough.  Easy springboard though is searching for Andrew Loomis books.

Same with hands, though there are some fairly easy to describe formulas for hands so I drew up a couple rq

First of all, for probably 90% of the hand poses you’re gonna draw, think fingers like the petals on a pinwheel.  They all curve the same degree, in relation to the previous.  

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talisman:

Paper art by Morgana Wallace on Tumblr

http://www.torildartistes.com/

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Visual Development from Beauty and the Beast by Hans Bacher

(Source: disneyconceptsandstuff)

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Departure of the Witches, 1878 by Luis Ricardo Falero.

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