The Walking Dead comicsDo you feel cosy and comfortable sitting where you're sitting now?The Walking Dead comics9 months ago in Cartoons & Comics More Like This
Let's ruin it.
Despite being a story of people who usually make it, The Walking Dead comics aren't that positively oriented. What's positive about a world full of mindless brain-eating zombies with very few living healthy humans left? (Don't answer, I know that for some of you it's a paradise). Come and take a closer look at these comics from a diffrent way than usual.
The basics. The Walking Dead is a black and white monthly comic book series, written by Robert Kirkman and brought to its visual life by Tony Moore. These two guys are the creators of the serie, however, Tony Moore was replaced from issue #7 by Charlie Adlard (which didn't stop him from making the covers through issue #24). And, of course, there's also Cliff Rathburn, who's
Guest Speaker Kubert School alum Andre SzymanowiczHey, we're celebrating New York Comic Con Week here at The Kubert School. Today as our guest speaker, we have Kubert School alumni, Andre Szymanowicz, who is a comic book artist for Image and DC Comics.Guest Speaker Kubert School alum Andre Szymanowicz8 months ago in Personal More Like This
Anatomy BooksCan anyone recommend any really good anatomy books, I've heard of them, in folklore and stuff, but whenever I'm in the enchanted forest of Bukstorre, the creatures always evade me. I thought I spied one swinging from a lofty branch, and swiped it with my net. But on closer inspection, it was a terrifying medical anatomy book, with pictures of organs and things, which is often the case, and at that the creature chuckled cruelly and clambered back to the tree boughs it called home.Anatomy Books1 year ago in Personal More Like This
I heard titters from behind the bushes, cruel whisperings designed to confuse. As my mind tried to fathom the distant sounds, I deduced rumors of the creature I seek. "But where?" I panted "at what price?". The air was still and I was abandoned. I clutched my bag of coins tightly to my chest, and swore a promise to it. That it would not go wasted on unnecessary quests. Determined to consult the oracle for direction, I transcended to the Web of Wonder, and sought an audience with the oracle of art, who knows wh
Free Art/Animation programsA friend of mine told me that you can get some Daz3D software! (Bryce, Hexagon, Daz Studio) Free!!!!Free Art/Animation programs1 year ago in Personal More Like This
It's only temporary and I think right now the website is having issues, but keep checking it out until you get a copy!
I figured I would also direct you guys to other free useful animation programs.
Blender -3D animation program.
Pencil -The poor mans flash.
Giotto - An amazing flash-like program!
Plastic Animation Paper -2D animation software.
Synfig Studio - Open source animation program.
Audacity- Basic sound recording program.
Gimp - Photo manipulation program.
Paint.net - Another photo manipulation program.
Art in Contemplation of Its Own BecomingDuchamp finds a discarded urinal. He alters it (by signing a name to it not even his own, but obviously “the artist’s”) and names it “The Fountain”. The most mundane, even off-putting, of objects is transformed by Duchamp into art. He submits it for exhibition and it is rejected. You might say the judges “pissed on” his idea. But the idea was born and persisted. Duchamp insisted the object was art because he as an artist presented it as such. “Conceptual Art” was born.Art in Contemplation of Its Own Becoming1 year ago in Personal More Like This
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Duchamp finds a discarded urinal. He alters it (by signing a name to it not even his own, but obviously
A Message From Your Feline OverlordsA Message From Your Feline Overlords1 year ago in deviantART Blog More Like This
Street Photography: The Capture vs. The PoseWhen a subject poses to have his or her photograph taken, the subject tries to project a message about himself or herself by how he or she “poses”, by the attitude of his or her body language or facial expression.Street Photography: The Capture vs. The Pose1 year ago in deviantART Blog More Like This
The Capture vs. The Pose
portrait of a WW2 vet...
Wed Jan 25, 2011, 7:00 PM
When a subject poses to have his or her photograph taken, the subject tries to project a message about himself or
herself by how he or she “poses”, by the attitude of his or her body language or facial expression.
If the subject is posed by the photographer, the body pulled