September 30, 2009
Directors: David Cowles, Andy Kennedy
Character Design: David Cowles
Backgrounds: David Cowles, Andy Kennedy
Animation: Andy Kennedy, Chris Conforti, Adam Sacks, Sean McBride
“Put It to the Test”
Directors: David Cowles, Jeremy Galante
“How Many Planets?”
Directors: Max Porter and Ru Kuwahata
“Why Does the Sun Shine?”
Director: Hine Mizushima
“Meet the Elements”
Director: Feel Good Anwyay
Use this marvelous tool to amaze and confound friends and colleagues. Don't miss this opportunity to menace and dumbfound professors and artists emerita! Here's an example of an Art Critique Phrase.
September 29, 2009
Use a stylus instead of a mouse, it will obviously work best, and you can save your work.
September 28, 2009
Marvel Comics has generously donated 100 blank-covered cardstock copies of the new “Hulk” #1 to The Hero Initiative. The call went out to create a new, Hulk-centric “Ultimate 100,” and dozens of artists put pen to paper. Those involved include well-known Hulk vets such as Sal Buscema, Mike Deodato Jr., Ron Garney, Ed McGuinness, Don Perlin, Herb Trimpe, Ron Wilson, and more. In addition, Marvel superstars such as J. Scott Campbell, John Cassaday, Frank Cho, David Finch, Joe Quesada and John Romita Sr. stepped up to add their own take on ol’ Greenskin.
Today's Tee Fury t-shirt is Pharaoh Vader by Jimiyo.
Hex After Hex: A movie with Darth Vader
The first three minutes or so of the movie is that guy's painted face, pretty much just making random noises and looking around while the credits show up.
Here's the Trailer:
Also... Julian Callos's Batmen vs. Vader - Click to Enlarge:
Click HERE for more pics and info.
Luke Jerram has created beautiful glass models of diseases such as swine flu, E.Coli, and smallpox to contrast with traditional medical renderings - these bacterium are actually transparent in nature.
In Jerram's words:
"Its great to be exploring the edges of scientific understanding and visualisation of a virus. Scientists aren't able to answer many of the questions I ask them, such as how the RNA is exactly fitted within the Capsid? At the moment, the technology isn't there to answer all these questions for certain. I'm also pushing the boundaries of glassblowing. Some of my designs simply can't be created in glass, Some are simply too fragile and gravity would cause them to collapse under their own weight. So there's a very careful balancing act that needs to take place, between the limitations of current scientific knowledge and glassblowing techniques."