I love star wars! No secret there! So, it thought i'd do some fan posters for the original three films This one is done in illustrator, using as little colours as possible, and just trying to keep things as simple as possible
A New Hope and Return of the Jedi coming!
Star wars belongs to George Lucas, this poster belongs to me, and is to be used by no-one without my permission!
This is an infographic I made for Cinema Blend detailing the 5 dream levels of Inception. If you haven't seen the movie yet, I recommend not reading this because it will probably spoil a great movie for you.
I did the artwork and Cinema Blend's Josh Tyler did the text. You can read the full article at this link:
Also a little disclaimer based on some comments I've read elsewhere: This explanation is based on Cinema Blend's interpretation of the movie. Nobody is trying to tell you this is the definitive explanation of the movie, just our own. Please don't get upset if this doesn't fit with your thoughts on the movie, part of what makes Inception so great is that different people can leave with different thoughts and then go and discuss their theories after seeing the film. That's part of the fun.
My map of Canada! ^0^/ This was for my infographics class, the assignment was to design a map, any map! So I decided to do a stereotypical map of Canada. c: But after doing some research... Most of it is pretty accurate. Hahaha.
I hope you like it! :'D Made in Adobe Illustrator CS6! Art (c) Me!
The pusled energy projection system or PEPS was designed by Dylan Cryer and Amy Lamb of Sweetwater Weapons manufacture as part of their EMP program. the PEPS is sorta like an EMP grenade launcher with the power to kill or stun two or more Cyborgs depending on the setting and power.
manufactured since 2012 it has seen vast use in Europe and Japan for riot control and SWAT raids, in september the CIA special progect divison ordered 50 units.
Weight: 4lds leangh: 1m ammo: power cell of compressed electromagnetic energy capacity: two shots per pack cost: 5,000$
This is a personal tribute to Red Mars, as 2012 is it's 20th anniversary and the year of the new Kim Stanley Robinson epic scale SF novel 2312. The layout is made on Inkscape and the 3 photomanipulations (2027, 2061 and 2127) were made on Gimp.
For more info and more Mars art, check my Da Vinci - Mars Design blog : [link]
I wanted to stretch my graphic designer muscles after having done little to no graphic design stuff for almost a year. Phew! So, I bring you a short and sweet guide to how to distinguish a sheep from a goat! Even though they appear very similar, they are actually very easy to tell apart.
Oh course, the facts here are mostly generalizations. For example, I'm sure there are some domesticated goat breeds that don't have horns, as there are domesticated sheep breeds that do have them, and stuff like that. These are just basic guidelines. (Fun fact: In 2005, a flock of Finnsheep were found in Jaala, Finland, that had reverted back close to the original, historical form of Finnsheep due to uncontrolled breeding and harsh living conditions. These sheep, dubbed as "Jaala sheep" came in variety of colors, had fur on top of wool and horns - traits that aren't common to modern day Finnsheep. Apparently this caused the entire Finnish textile archeology and middle age enthusiast community to implode on itself, as these sheep had the type of wool our ancestors used in their clothing. More info on Jaala sheep (only in Finnish) here and here)
EDIT: Oh my goodness, guys! I'm drowning in faves! Thank you so much for the support, I do try to answer your comments but I'm not sure if I can keep up with them. I'll try! EDIT 2: Corrected some info. Thank you, everyone who shared their knowledge! EDIT 3: Gosh guys, a DD? That's definitely something I didn't expect. Thanks for the ongoing support, everyone, I'm glad this little guide has been useful for so many!
In the movie "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" Indiana Jones survives the explosion of a nuclear bomb by cleverly ducking in a refrigerator. While most believe it's impossible, George Lucas has said that he has scientific evidence that his odds of survival are "50\50." Let's take a closer look at the scene and see how Jones seems to defy physics and common sense to survive. This was for my blog [link]
UPDATE: Thank you so much for all your kind words and responses! I tried to thank each comment individually and just couldn't keep up. If I didn't get to thank you know how much I appreciate it. I'm new and didn't even know what a Daily Deviation was until I got it. Special thanks to ~Jezamin and $Moonbeam13