1. waiwaipang:

    In related news, we will be posting updates of a happy nature here. Here is a photo of me, and a questionnaire on what makes me happy with questions and beautiful handwriting from Rachel.

    Wai Wai is happy which is… nice I guess. But check out this if you’re a Londoner yeah?

  2. dimaiv-nov:

    So, it’s wednesday. Comics day! So here is mine. 

    This is my own big tribute to the great "Moon Knight" run made by the amazing creative team: Warren Ellis (warrenellis), Declan Shalvey (dshalv) and of course Jordie Bellaire (jordiecolorsthings). 

    I’ve always thought that my first fan-made story would be about Spider-Man or Batman or someone else. But exactly THIS book inspired me to do my first short comics ever. My story is messy, it has issues, it was very VERY difficult for me to do, but after all I am pretty okay with the result. 

    I want to say BIG thank you to creators of this book! It is awesome and will be one of my favourites forever.

    (All the characters belong to Marvel.)

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    Check out my instagram: http://instagram.com/dimaiv_nov

    I am astonished this is a fan comic. Beautiful colours and great fight scene

  3. penguin-boy:

Morning quickie

I wonder what’s in the little red house?

    penguin-boy:

    Morning quickie

    I wonder what’s in the little red house?

  4. patrickleger:

    Back in 2009, I was asked by Random House UK to illustrate the covers for 7 John Cheever novels. These were the first book covers I’d worked on and a huge opportunity for me at the time. Those 7 books encompassed all of Cheever’s major works with the exception of “Falconer”.

    5 years later, I finally got to finish the set!

    There were a lot of changes over the course of the design, which started with an entirely different concept. I actually liked this more than the original concept and it fits in well with the others in the series.

    I love seeing how ideas progress. Sometimes I have way too much of a fixation with choosing an idea and making the idea without letting the idea grow organically

  5. mrockefeller:

Well… its going to be a long night.

Is this some sort of weary pilgrim heading for a magical well?

    mrockefeller:

    Well… its going to be a long night.

    Is this some sort of weary pilgrim heading for a magical well?

  6. adamtanart:

hook, line, and sinker

Pink

    adamtanart:

    hook, line, and sinker

    Pink

  7. mrockefeller:

Goin for a rock.

What’s up with this dude’s little target eyes? And why has someone been practicing zen rock stacking on it’s back?

    mrockefeller:

    Goin for a rock.

    What’s up with this dude’s little target eyes? And why has someone been practicing zen rock stacking on it’s back?

  8. illustrated-process:

    08−18−14

    Things I drew in my sketchbook today.

    And then gussied up a bit in Photoshop.

    ink, marker, and photoshop

    Rather fond of these simple compositions

  9. natalie-andrewson:

I’m finally home after visiting some incredible people abroad and I can finally work on some ideas I’ve had while traveling with them! I posted this guy before but kept looking back at it wanting to add color.. I drew him after looking at some statues in Versailles that had amaaziing outfits.

Semi-fantastical colourful musketeers are the best kind of musketeers

    natalie-andrewson:

    I’m finally home after visiting some incredible people abroad and I can finally work on some ideas I’ve had while traveling with them! I posted this guy before but kept looking back at it wanting to add color.. I drew him after looking at some statues in Versailles that had amaaziing outfits.

    Semi-fantastical colourful musketeers are the best kind of musketeers

  10. rachelmcgivern:

In the neighbourhood

I always love the way Rachel focuses on drawing solely with colour pencils

    rachelmcgivern:

    In the neighbourhood

    I always love the way Rachel focuses on drawing solely with colour pencils