I HAVEN’T DOODLED FOR MYSELF IN SO LONG GUH. After watching a few Gavin and Micheal rage quit plays today, I remembered I’d never doodled Levi and Jesse playing video games together before so I did.
Jesse belongs to Phantom
!!!!! A! !!!!
oh my gosh this is too wonderful for this world
look at jesse’s big concentrating eyes
IF I SEE EVERYTHING MAYBE I’LL PLAY BETTER
ria you da bes
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Jeez man, I would buy a poster of this for my wall. What gorgeous work.
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Prince Ivan x Kashchei О______о
i don’t know who these characters are (a fact i hope to soon remedy) but oh my gosh this style and the expressions and the poses and the hands and feet and man i just really like looking at this
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A watercolor of Sin-fids’ Taffi, as commissioned by pyrrhuraconurelove!
This one’s a good sized painting, almost two feet high and painted in brighter watercolors than the last one.
Taffi is a lutino galah, and I am such a sucker for galah cockatoos! Painting her was a real treat.
Special thanks to Phantomeus for editing and touching up the image in Photoshop for me since my art computer is down.
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first tarot card done! this guy is supposed to be some sort of wendigo. drawing this broke my spine in fifteen different places!!
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the hanged man! these take bloody forever.
rabbit you should sell these as prints, just sayin…
This is gorgeous.
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The Flying Carpet (with detail), 1880, oil on canvas, 165 x 297 cm, Art Museum of Nizhny Novgorod, Russia.
Viktor Vasnetsov was a Russian painter who specialized in mythological and historical subjects. He was described as co-founder of folklorist/romantic modernism in the Russian painting and a key figure of the revivalist movement in Russian art.
A flying carpet, also called a magic carpet, is a legendary carpet that can be used to transport people who are on it. In Russian folk tales, Baba Yaga can supply Ivan the Fool or Ivan Tsarevich with a flying carpet or some other magical gifts. Such gifts help the hero to find his way “beyond thrice-nine lands, in the thrice-ten kingdom”.
This painting represents Ivan returning home after capturing the Firebird, which he keeps in a cage. This work was Vasnetsov’s first attempt at illustrating Russian folk tales and started a famous series of paintings on the themes drawn from Russian folklore.
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