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pixelatedcrown:

today I modelled & rigged this watermelon bug character! I call em sweetle. gonna put them in the little (currently unnamed) monster fighting game experiment I’ve got planned after cooking game. the top gif is their base walk cycle and the bottom is them being controlled by the arrow keys inside of unity!

@w@!!!!

Also makes me think of a Beaclon x Pancho (if it existed) (as opposed to Pancho x Beaclon)

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snortglitterfartrainbows:

Will Barnet (1911 - 2012) The stairway

snortglitterfartrainbows:

Will Barnet (1911 - 2012) The stairway

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acopipa:

Blue Feast, Judith Simonian

acopipa:

Blue Feast, Judith Simonian

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artfood:

Peter Doig, Gasthof zur Muldentalsperre, 2000-2002
“Peter Doig creates dreamlike paintings, influenced by the likes of Edvard Munch and Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, that combine a hallucinatory palette with expressive brushwork. Here the image of the two men derives from a photograph taken when the artist was working as a dresser at the London Coliseum. One night, after a production of Igor Stravinsky’s Petrouchka (1911), Doig and a friend donned costumes from the performance and comically posed for a picture. The artist initially used this photograph as the basis for a figure study; he then superimposed the two men on a landscape borrowed from an antique postcard, depicting the vista from an old German tavern, Gasthof zur Muldentalsperre.”
(Art Institute of Chicago)
I got to see a whole portfolio of Doig’s prints today at work. God, I love the way he paints.

artfood:

Peter Doig, Gasthof zur Muldentalsperre, 2000-2002

Peter Doig creates dreamlike paintings, influenced by the likes of Edvard Munch and Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, that combine a hallucinatory palette with expressive brushwork. Here the image of the two men derives from a photograph taken when the artist was working as a dresser at the London Coliseum. One night, after a production of Igor Stravinsky’s Petrouchka (1911), Doig and a friend donned costumes from the performance and comically posed for a picture. The artist initially used this photograph as the basis for a figure study; he then superimposed the two men on a landscape borrowed from an antique postcard, depicting the vista from an old German tavern, Gasthof zur Muldentalsperre.”

(Art Institute of Chicago)

I got to see a whole portfolio of Doig’s prints today at work. God, I love the way he paints.

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artofoverwhelm:

Gregg Segal - People lying in the trash they created in one week. 
http://www.greggsegal.com/

artofoverwhelm:

Gregg Segal - People lying in the trash they created in one week. 

http://www.greggsegal.com/

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