Quick post: Notice.

 Just a small notice to inform that the blog will be temporarily unused.

 I’m going to move out today. I’m going to live to another place and this is my last chance to tell you that I’m not going to be able to update the blog for a long time. I don’t have internet connection in my new house and I don’t know when I’m going to have one… So, until then don’t expect any new posts.
Once I have a connection, the first thing I’m going to do is to update the blog, so don’t worry I’m not going to abandon my work or the blog.

This also happens with my other BLOGand deviantArt account, obviously.

Until next time, and thanks for reading!
 

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Your dash has been signed by Jeremy Brett~!

Your dash has been signed by Jeremy Brett~!

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piedoomy:

If you’ve ever been stumped on what to draw, this is a fun little web application.
The webpage is filled with lots of drawing ideas that you can randomize - so you’ll never have the excuse that “you don’t know what to draw”.
The page also features a submit area, where you can submit your own ideas.
At the time of posting, there are only a few ideas - but I’m sure that will increase if this gets spread on tumblr.
Reblog?
http://www.alexanderlozada.com/playground/docs/creativitycards/creativitycards

piedoomy:

If you’ve ever been stumped on what to draw, this is a fun little web application.

The webpage is filled with lots of drawing ideas that you can randomize - so you’ll never have the excuse that “you don’t know what to draw”.

The page also features a submit area, where you can submit your own ideas.

At the time of posting, there are only a few ideas - but I’m sure that will increase if this gets spread on tumblr.

Reblog?

http://www.alexanderlozada.com/playground/docs/creativitycards/creativitycards

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ablogwithaview:

The Picture of Dorian Gray, Oscar Wilde.

ablogwithaview:

The Picture of Dorian Gray, Oscar Wilde.

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 Done in 2010 this sketch took me more/less than 20 minutes to draw. It was drawn with Indian Ink and with a pen nib in A4. 
Read more about it here.
It’s on deviantArt.

 Done in 2010 this sketch took me more/less than 20 minutes to draw. It was drawn with Indian Ink and with a pen nib in A4.

Read more about it here.

It’s on deviantArt.

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 Drawn in 2010 this composition in charcoal was drawn in easel’s class and its dimensions is A2, which means that it is quite a big sketch.
Read more about it here.
It’s on deviantArt.

 Drawn in 2010 this composition in charcoal was drawn in easel’s class and its dimensions is A2, which means that it is quite a big sketch.

Read more about it here.

It’s on deviantArt.

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 Sketches that I’ve done in 2010. Drawing leaves. It was an exercise that consisted in drawing the same still life object, three times, with different techniques: Line, light-dark and coloured.

Read more about it here.

It’s on deviantArt, too:

One Leaf Ahead

Two Leaves Ahead

Three Leaves Ahead

 

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These are some sketches I’ve done in 2010 with Indian Ink All done in A4 paper.

Read more about it here.

It is on deviantArt, too:

Indian Ink sketch from 2010 - one

Indian Ink sketch from 2010 - two

Indian Ink sketch from 2010 - three

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nautical-constructs:

killa-kelly:

emilet:

1los:

Bees are nature’s 3D printer

Fucking bees are the best.

Fuck yes they are.

what the actual fuck bees. why are you engineering geniuses

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summerlightning:

laconicllama:

ihaveacookie:

lizawithazed:

best. flashmob. ever.

I am legit in tears.

literally the best thing ever.

I have goosebumps

that crescendo gets me every time.

If I ever had to defend the idea of goodness in people, I would pull up this video.

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