posted 1 week ago

Mass Effect 2 + Environments 

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posted 1 week ago

cinemagorgeous:

The beautiful artwork of Chinese artist Su Jian.

You can follow Cinema/Gorgeous on Facebook for more beautiful art.

posted 2 weeks ago

I’ve been binge watching Supernatural for the last while, and I’ve found my new favourite thing.

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posted 1 month ago

awesomedigitalart:

art by Kalen Chock

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posted 1 month ago

xombiedirge:

Godzilla by Elvin Ching

posted 1 month ago

zohbugg:

no-one-can-have-any-fun-at-all:

deepredroom:

A reminder that “male” armour usually works just as well with female bodies. If you’re trying to design something practical, useful and historical looking (or even just something the follows the laws of physics), never ever put in boob cups. Aside from the fact they give the armour a sort of “focus point” for swords, falling down on them would send the shock right into the sternum. Regular plate armour leaves enough space between the chest for small to medium sized boobs anyway. But say the girl underneath is a buxom lass, you can still avoid that cleavage, boob cup shape while leaving enough space for her melons.

But aside from plate, things like the top picture, chainmail and all sorts of leather armour are unisex. I know you might be thinking that the feminine thing to do when designing a female warrior is to show off a bit of thigh or neck or cleavage or something, but really, understand that if the goal of that armour is to protect completely, putting an obvious gap in it is a terrible idea and she’ll surely get stabbed very quickly.

And don’t feed me the “it’s magic, I don’t got to explain shit” line. Bollox. Magic armour and forcefields need to make some sense too. Show me something that LOOKS like it’s generating a barrier over the character instead of just saying “Oh the G-string of Invulnerability is just as good as wearing full plate anyway”. If that’s the case, everyone would wear it. And why can’t they just tie it around their belt? Make me believe that your magic armour and spells have logic to them. If not, please don’t play your world straight. I’m all for super stylised designs as long as they’re sold as such, but if you’re trying to make a world that feels real enough for people to believe and get immersed in, think this stuff out. If you’ve designed someone with sparse, gapped armour that shows skin, give your character a reason to wear it.

Just going to add that armor with major gaps in the defense (like arms, legs, and neck) did exist historically, and it was either a matter of economics or technological advancement, and, in some cases, personal preference.

The above is a good general place to start from, though I will go into possibilities for appropriate and sensible sexing of armors in a future post.

i have a lot of feelings about female armor

posted 1 month ago

thecyberwolf:

Scenery Serie - Science Fiction Art

Created by Markus Vogt

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More Arts from this artist on my Tumblr HERE

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posted 1 month ago

xombiedirge:

Childhood Series by Chet Phillips / Store

11” X 14” prints and handbound 48pg. Japanese style book available HERE.

Childhood is a hand bound book of Japanese styled illustrations paying homage to nostalgic activities and toys. The 8.5” X 11” book features Haiku poetry and reflections on youthful amusements to accompany each piece of art.

posted 1 month ago

cinemagorgeous:

Beautifully fantastical environments by artist Thom Tenery.

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posted 1 month ago

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