Also know as Rock ‘n’ Roll Nightmare.
"Jon Mikl Thor is a bodybuilding champion, actor, songwriter, screenwriter, historian, vocalist and musician. As a bodybuilder, he was the first Canadian to win both the Mr. Canada and Mr. USA titles."
I’m in love!!!
Look for him in a film called Zombie Nightmare as well, starring a young Tia Carrere. It was used in MST3K.
WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN MY WHOLE LIFE?!
On the internet generally avoiding people I’m sorry xo
Tomie, Junji Ito
I don’t really read manga or comics any more but every time I see panels from this I want it soooo baaaaaad
I used to have a copy; Dark Horse published it a few years ago under the title Museum of Horror or something. Ito’s other big series, Uzumaki, was amazing.
eSkeletons is run by the University of Texas at Austin, and they’ve been good enough to upload images of various bones (in several views), of several species of primates, both human and non-human. They also have taxonomic trees, and a comparative anatomy section where you can specify which taxa, which bones, and which views you’re interested in.
I found this website on a list of recommended resources for my anatomy course, and it’s been rather helpful, so I thought I’d share.
Always reblog eSkeletons.
LOOK AT ALL THESE WONDERFUL ART RESOURCES OMG.
Helpful stuff, mang!
FFFFAAAAHHHHH I want to eat these refs and resources they are so great
I mean look at that one about rocks! ROCK REFERENCES AND HOWTO. ROCKS. ROCKS!
Rocks are really hard to draw XD
Drapery studies for digital painting. We needed to sketch all 7 kinds of folds, and then paint three of them…or something like that. These are all references from photos on the internet. I had the most from drawing the pipe fold, which is the first sketch.
Ah, drapery. One of the most challenging things to learn, for me anyway.
I just started making some references for myself, but got carried away hahah… ha :’D
I figured I’d share. I’m hoping to make a series of these things for all the drawing bits that give me trouble: woman torsos, hands, wings, different body types, etc.
I hope you also find them useful!