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Well, I was able to put this picture on PikiGeek.com for a sweet contest thing and I've sold a few on Etsy, and I just realized I hadn't put it here yet! I am an airhead.

Anyway, the poster is in alphabetical order starting at the top of the head, and it's got characters from video games, movies, and cartoon shows! I spent several months working on it and it's developed into a real labor of love.

I still have a few copies left of the poster that I'm selling here, in case anyone wants a copy: [link]

And if you ever get stumped trying to name all the characters, here's the list in the order they appear, in spreadsheet form: [link]

You may call it obsessive, I just call it organized =)
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Yea I just feel like sharing it. I'm sorry though if it looks too messy >_>

Yep that is paint tool sai. (Only works with a pen tablet)

Hope you find it helpful.. somehow? Well if you have some questions, feel free to ask ; )
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Arctic wolf (Canis lupus arctos, vlk arkticky) from ZOO Brno, Czech republic :D
Here you can see first photos of baby wolf puppies born in 2012 - [link] :love: And a journal with photos of wolf mating: [link]

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Animal photo calendar 2013 for free!!




And I offer you WOLF PHOTO CALENDAR 2013 FOR FREE! Just :+fav: it, please :aww:






:bulletblue: I sell a colourful mug edition with wolf and fox and big cats photos! :aww:







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INFO ABOUT THE ANIMAL:

Name: Arctic Wolf (Canis lupus arctos)
Location: Canadian Arctic and the northern parts of Greenland
Size: 1.8 m long, 79 cm high weight: 75 kg
Diet: Caribou, musk oxen, Arctic Hares, seals, ptarmigan, lemmings. Arctic wolves eat all their prey, also its bones and fur
Conservation status: common. They still live in the whole of its original range, because local conditions are too extreme for humans.
Interesting facts: mother gives birth to some 2-3 pups in May. Pups are born almost black – as they get older, colour of their fur turns to white. Adults are completely white, even in summer | arctic wolves live in the pack of some 7-10 members. Only alpha male and alpha female mate | arctic wolves have shorter ears and nose than other wolves species. They also have thicker fur, shorter legs | they do not run too fast, their advantage is persistence
ZOO: to see exhibit of arctic wolves, click Here ;)

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To see more, look at my WOLVES GALLERY :aww:


This photo belongs to me and I can very easily prove, that it was me, who took this shot. So please, respect my copyright :nod: if you want to use my work, ask me first to gain my permission, please! Thank you :lol: To make it clear - it is STRICTLY FORBIDDEN to repost my photos.
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Another one from a series of androids discovering its abilities.
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I left my house in January. New life, new city, new ways of falling in love.

In other news, do you know that i'm selling 20 pictures for less than 5 dollars each one?
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Volumes II and III are now up:

Heroes of Science Volumes I and II by datazoid Heroes of Science Volumes I, II and III by datazoid

Full-view is essential.

Wasn't entirely sure how to categorise this.

These little guys took between 40 minutes and 2 hours each, totalling around 50 hours of work.

I like action figures. I have a small collection of them. I’ve noticed that you can buy Albert Einstein figures, Nikola Tesla bobble-heads and The Simpsons even brought out a Stephen Hawking figure based on his appearance in an episode. However, I thought it’d be really cool if there was an entire series of them, based on all of the people who’ve contributed to our understanding of the world and the universe it sits in.

The figures are all based on Star Trek: TNG and Star Trek: DS9 figures (primarily Odo from DS9, and Picard as Dixon Hill from TNG), and have been heavily modified in Photoshop using Liquify and a great deal of digital painting. Unfortunately, the figures aren’t real. I wish they were.

I realise there are a *lot* of scientists that I’ve missed! I did make a few rules for who I’d include in this selection, which are:

the scientist must have been alive at some point in the 20th century. This is a practical consideration, as it really narrows the field down, and it eliminates a lot of the more outrageously-dressed characters, allowing me to work with mostly dudes in suits.
No scientists famous for major medical breakthroughs. Primarily because medical heroes is a category all of its own, and there are hundreds to choose from. I’ve included Alexander Fleming here, because he was primarily a chemist, and because his discovery of penicillin was not a discovery made in the course of trying to cure something.

A few notes on specific figures:

Einstein:
Probably one of the less perfect faces, but I think it captures the spirit of Albert quite effectively!

Schrodinger:
This is the third version I’ve made of Erwin. He was troublesome, because it’s really difficult to nail his usually morose expression, yet colourful clothing choices.

Oppenheimer:
Seriously cool lookin’ dude, by the by.

Stephen Hawking:
I’ve tried, wherever possible, to represent these people in a positive way, and in their most recognisable appearances. Hawking took a lot of effort, because I wanted to make sure he was recognisable, but drawn with respect. His wheelchair is made largely of Mega Bloks parts, with a few Star Trek: TNG accessories. (The headrest is a tricorder or two.)

Benoît Mandelbrot:
Couldn’t resist the temptation to put an image of the Mandelbrot set on Benoît’s tie. See also: Roger Penrose.

Paul Erdős:
If there’s one person from this image you go and look up, make it Paul. He was one of the most prolific mathematicians of all time, and famous for his bizarre personality. He also invented the self-titled Erdős Number (head to Wikipedia), a number assigned to his co-authors, and their co-authors, denoting their connection to Erdős himself. Combined with Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon, the concept has now been extended to allow people to have an Erdős-Bacon number, provided they’ve co-authored a paper with one of Erdős’s collaborators *and* performed on film with a co-star (or co-star of a co-star) of Kevin Bacon!

Roger Penrose:
I’m sure Sir Roger doesn’t wear ties with Penrose Tiling on them, but I couldn’t resist.

Carl Sagan:
One of the first figures I created (along with Michio Kaku), showing how the style changed and evolved over the various scientists.

Dmitri Mendeleev:
BEARD.

Hans Bethe:

HAIR.

Richard Dawkins:
I’m really happy with how the sweater turned out.

Jacques-Yves Cousteau:
Probably the only one on here that doesn’t really fit, as he’s more of an explorer and conservationalist than a scientist, but hey. I had plans to include Bob Ballard alongside him to make the oceanographers into more of a “set”, but I ran out of time. Maybe in the next one. ;)

Nikola Tesla:
It’s Nikola Goddamn Tesla!

Thank you for viewing. Please share with your friends. :)

FAQ:

Why did you create this?
A bunch of reasons. For fun. Because I started it and couldn't stop. Because I love action figures and have a collection of them. Because I love science and have a huge respect for the people I've represented here (and many, many others). Because an image like this will hopefully encourage people to explore the achievements of these awesome people and learn more about how the world and universe works. :)

Why is there only one woman?
This is clearly a subject of some controversy. There are a bunch of reasons/excuses, not the least of which is that I honestly didn't think too hard about it, because I was flat-out manufacturing images of little scientists with no logical pattern to how I chose them. However:
1. Because Madame Curie was extremely difficult, and I'm not at all satisfied with the end result, so I wasn't confident attempting another.
2. I'll admit, once I had the man-in-a-suit template down, I was fairly eager to keep using it.
3. Because, statistically, they're in the minority. I'm not suggesting by any degree that their work is lesser, or that they shouldn't be recognised for their accomplishments, but when you punch up a list of "most recognisable scientists", "most famous scientists", etc, which is basically how I chose most of these (with the exception of a few personal favourites), there just aren't many women. Just to point out: I only have one African-American scientist, one Indian scientist, one Hungarian mathematician. For the record, Mae Jemison was on my list, as was Florence Nightingale and Valentina Tereshkova. I have a LONG list. If I make a second one of these, you can count on them being there. Unfortunately for this collection, there are only so many hours I can spend drawing little people. :)

How did you choose them?
Pretty much at random. I picked a bunch that were instantly recognisable. I picked a few that weren't. I picked a few personal favourites. I picked a few that just had really interesting appearances, as an artistic challenge. It was very much a names-out-of-a-hat approach, based on a really long list of people. I've read a lot of suggestions for people I've missed in the comments, and almost every one was on the list -- I would have loved to have made more. I've been accused of having too much time on my hands, but unfortunately it's just not true. :)

Poster? Actual figures?
I'm afraid not. This image is fan art, and like all fan art, I have no right or intention to make any money from it, this means I will not be creating posters, and I will not be pursuing any crowdfunded campaigns to make these figures into a reality. This image was created a) for fun, and b) to raise awareness of these awesome people and of science in general. While I have no doubt that many people are considering claiming this idea as their own and creating these figures as a product based on the buzz this has generated, I'd like to re-iterate that I have zero intention of making money from this concept.

The names and images of the people in this graphic are the property (and in many cases trademarks) of the individuals or the estates that represent them. The original action figures were designed by Playmates Toys. This image was not endorsed by any of the individuals or estates of individuals depicted, nor Playmates Toys. This image is intended strictly for educational and entertainment purposes.

Where's Darwin? Galileo? Ada Lovelace? Aristotle? Archimedes? Copernicus?
Unfortunately, these people weren't alive during the 20th century. I had to draw the line somewhere, and the 20th century was it. This was motivated partly by the fact that a lot of the figures would have similar attire, which made the job more manageable, and partly because I began the project pretty aimlessly by creating a bunch of people who were coincidentally alive during the 20th century, so it ended up being a convenient rule to follow.

Where's Bill Nye?
Bill was on my list of people to create figures of. I didn't get around to it. I had intended this "collection" to have 50 figures in it, but I had other commitments, ran out of time, and put it together with only 30. Bill Nye is awesome, and he'll be included if there's ever a Volume II.

Where's my favourite scientist? Why haven't you represented X field of science?
There're only 30 scientists here. There are millions throughout history. If I make another one of these, there'll still be people I leave out. Sorry. :)

Thanks again. :)

Image updated, 26 November, 2012: Fixed incorrect birth year for Stephen Hawking. Added drop shadow beneath text for Subrahmanyan Chandresekhar, as his description was difficult to read. Also fixed spelling in his name (so sorry!). Added "20th Century" to the title.
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The first of a new series of weird stuff!
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Personal project
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One of the longest-drawn picture in my life, about 9-10 hours.
Federation's aerial cruiser with 35.5cm big gun. the size of gun is really large on this planet.
This ship is built in 25 years ago and recently modernized. Due to it's old body, no one know how many times she can withstand shock of firing.

I got inspiration from IJN Matsushima, that fought against Imperial Chinese battleship.
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Please, feel free to check out more of my work by liking my page on Facebook.

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My final animation film for Bezal'el, the academy of arts and design in Jerusalem. 
I think it's time that you finally saw it :)

Tools used:
TVP animation
Adobe CS6: Photoshop and AE

9.9.2014: Holy shit, a DD! Thank you very much, this makes me so happy!
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Todays beautiful morning, i could feel autumn in all my senses :)
Rising mist above the hills, smoking stacks in afar villages and those lovely colors in various density :love:

I really appreciate every comment or fave


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Dublin, Ireland 2012

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Did This In Vienna ,
With My Canon 7D and My New 17-85mm ^^

Hope You Like It ;D
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Hope You Guys Like This One ^^

Did This Rondomly In HDR couz I Thought It Look Better :D

Shot This With My Canon 7D (17-85mm)

©Gregory Culbengan Photography

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I Upload More Stuff There :)
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Because revisiting old pieces after a year or two is fun.

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lavoro in corso..
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da cat!
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Oh my. Is Hime a yandere!?
Maybe...
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This waaaas and RP character. From an RP. Because I was RPing with her. In an RP. Yup. I also saw her In a dream. She had dreadlocks.

Base ~ :iconlarahoukoupower: This loverly ladeh

I WAS WATCHING IRON MAN WITH MY MOM AND POPCORN AND COOKIES WHEN DOING DIS
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Trabajo final del Taller de Manga, Nivel Básico, del Museo de Manga México, de la Asociación México Japonesa. Esperamos sea de su agrado y sus comentarios serán bienvenidos.

Podrán ver más trabajos de nuestros Manga-kais en unas semanas.
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Frugo, nova scotia duck tolling retriever.
my website
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Stop sending me notes about permission for using my photography anywhere!

YOU DON'T HAVE PERMISSION TO USE MY PHOTOS! AND YOU CAN'T USE IT!

I DON'T HAVE ANY ACCOUNTS ON SITES LIKE MINSTALL OR HOWRSE!

I'M 17, I DONT HAVE CHILDREN! SO I CAN'T LET THEM USE MY ARTWORKS ON ANY SITES!

I HAVE NEVER SENT ANY EMAIL WITH PREMISSION FOR USING MY PHOTOGRAPHS.

No you can't use my art neither on minstall.no, your blog, your site, your forum nor on any other page!

I've heard that some children claim that they have my permission and they fake e-mails with my permission etc, etc.
I'VE NEVER GIVEN PERMISSION TO USE MY ARTS TO ANYONE!

I DON'T RESPOND TO EMAILS FROM DEVIANTART USERS, only notes but.....
Maybe you should have more respect for someone's work? Using photos without my permission is just BREAKING THE LAW and STEALING.

Greetings
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Two young fox kit in the rain
New blog about swimming & soaking foxes: [link]


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You can buy a print of Citystate here: [link]

I finally snatched a moment to upload this sucker amidst the wonderous chaos that is life.

Here is the first completed work for the currently un-named table-top RPG that myself and a buddy from back home are in the process of producing.

More teasers and sketches are on the way soon.



Here is the initial rough that I used as a base to build on: [link]

Hope you dig!
Thanks for shooting by the gallery, God bless you all and take care.
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Baby snow leopard (Panthera uncia or Uncia uncia) in Tallinn zoo.
One of two babies on artificial feeding. This one has such an "OMG" expression all the time :D Adorable

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And here's the next shot of me in my selfmade Tabineko cosplay <3

Photo by Ruffys Fotografie (fb) ^_^

Hope you like this shot as well. Thank you for the juge load of feedback on the last pic. I was totally speechless ;;
Tabineko Cosplay by K-A-N-A 
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What happens when the forests become extinct? The wolves head for the city...Neon colors make this wolf tee pop! Check out #down_town by @ndrue182

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Ist session,going to be mirrored on the other arm
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Jaguar at Dartmoor Zoo

For stock conditions please see [link]
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Tattoo my friend made a few days ago :D he let me tag along, its the first time ive seen when they make tattoos, even though ive helped draw two of my pals tattoos... @.@ weird.. But it was awesome to see it :D



**I did the sketch of the rose and like two leaves and the tatooist added everything else, improving it :)
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Tatooist - Filip www.reddragon.se/artists.aspx
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