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@3 days ago with 7440 notes

cartoonhangover:

International Women’s Day: Meet the creators of our shows on Cartoon Hangover.

Check out Natasha Allegri! The creator of Bee and Puppycat, the most funded web series project on Kickstarter! She has also done props and character designs for Adventure Time, creating Cake and Fionna, the gender swapped versions of Finn and Jake. 

Check out Bee and Puppycat now on Cartoon Hangover

-Cade

@4 days ago with 353 notes
steendraws:

My second entry for Month of Love!  This week’s theme was favorite love story and I gotta say, it was too hard to pick just one out of the twenty some-odd that I came up with.
I always come back to the knight/noble lady trope because I’m cheesy and it’s the best.  It’s also a Valentine’s Day image for m’lady (hah) and I because I call her that so often.
Ink and digital.

steendraws:

My second entry for Month of Love!  This week’s theme was favorite love story and I gotta say, it was too hard to pick just one out of the twenty some-odd that I came up with.

I always come back to the knight/noble lady trope because I’m cheesy and it’s the best.  It’s also a Valentine’s Day image for m’lady (hah) and I because I call her that so often.

Ink and digital.

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@6 days ago with 31760 notes

oliviawhen:

Artist Emergencies! Project
Hello all! I’ve been getting a lot of questions about how I animate and color things. Luckily I just got a really neat animation gig, and they’ve agreed to let me share my progress as I go along! I’ll be doing some livestreams later (I hope. If I get stage fright/amnesia then prooobably not.) 

Background info: The project is essentially a 30-60 sec short animation encouraging new artists to protect their studio and livelihood from natural and everyday disasters. The project is for CERF+ which is an awesome group that provides emergency relief to artists, as well as preparedness info.

So here’s the first stages! We decided to go with the Small Adventures (which I personally think will be more fun to animate, so yeessss.) 

I hope this is interesting/helpful to someone. Have ideas/critique/hands that need hi-fives/etc? Feel free to comment or message, and stay tuned! Animatic later this week, then on to backgrounds!

@1 week ago with 1215 notes
quinsies:

hobbitdragon:

is anyone actually allowed to look this celestial, I don’t understand
this person looks like they straight up descended from the heavens on a cloud of tastefully subdued knitwear

#he does look like the moon personified
Agreed

quinsies:

hobbitdragon:

is anyone actually allowed to look this celestial, I don’t understand

this person looks like they straight up descended from the heavens on a cloud of tastefully subdued knitwear

Agreed

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@4 days ago with 38735 notes

rebeccac84:

BENZI CHIBNA LOOBLE BAZEBNI GWEB!!!!!!

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@5 days ago with 16380 notes

feministbicycles:

arnoldskoonburg:

keepcalmandkarajan:

todaymaybemusic:

um you guys

IF THIS ISN’T THE GREATEST THING YOU’VE EVER SEEN THEN YOU’RE LYING

this is the culmination of the entire history of classical music

are you serious

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@6 days ago with 28854 notes

morbidlyobscene:

erlynntheemerald:

image

So I’m sure you recognize this as one of the epic moments from “The Prince of Egypt” where we see the super majestic whale as they cross through the Red Sea. However I noticed just one little issue: whale tales don’t move from side to side, they move up and down. And then it hit me, that’s not a whale. That’s not a whale. It’s a motherfucking SHARK. A BIG ASS MEGALODONIAN SHARK. WAITING IN THE WATER TO EAT THE PHARAOH’S SOLDIERS. Goddamn, Dreamworks.

Ever heard of whale sharks, buddy?

Whale sharks aren’t that big. They’re only about 40 ft long. 

@1 week ago with 153669 notes

oliviawhen:

This project is slowly becoming an explanation of what it’s like after art school. 

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