ronaldcmerchant:

"Don’t Be Shocked!"

(Fuente: phantomblogger)

doodleattack:

two small (5” x 7”) drawings done in one sitting. drawn with two different pens over two different nights. also, i just noticed they are both left-faced drawings. which makes me wonder: do i draw mainly to the left? is that a thing right-handed people do?

i like the idea of doing smaller drawings because it encourages me to finish them in one sitting which is very difficult for me to do. my threshold is generally an hour or so at a time before the pain starts in my back and hand and i have to get up and take a break.  the second drawing was done in 2 hours, so it ended up being a kind of endurance test.

i will probably regret all of this 10 years from now when i can’t walk upright and hold anything in my right hand. ha ha, wheeee!

capndesdes:

Someone buy me this. I need it now. 

devidsketchbook:

GRAVEYARD SCULPTURES IN MILAN

Graveyard sculpture portraiture in Monumentale, the historical cemetery of Milan. 

Milan-based photographer Mattia Mognetti (facebook / behance- “I really love to spend there some spare time, such an inspiring and quiet place..these are a few works from a new series”
previously here ]

"Éter del universo ,particulas"

(via murlacoco)
FerLagartoSmith

FerLagartoSmith

doodleattack:

two small (5” x 7”) drawings done in one sitting. drawn with two different pens over two different nights. also, i just noticed they are both left-faced drawings. which makes me wonder: do i draw mainly to the left? is that a thing right-handed people do?

i like the idea of doing smaller drawings because it encourages me to finish them in one sitting which is very difficult for me to do. my threshold is generally an hour or so at a time before the pain starts in my back and hand and i have to get up and take a break.  the second drawing was done in 2 hours, so it ended up being a kind of endurance test.

i will probably regret all of this 10 years from now when i can’t walk upright and hold anything in my right hand. ha ha, wheeee!