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fer1972:

Today’s Classic: Herbert James Draper (1863-1920)

1. Clyties of the Mist

2. Mourning for Icarus

3. Halcyone

4. The Vintage Morn 

5. By Summer Seas

occasionalmadness:

buggy-heichou:

Me when I fight enemies in video games.

I feel like this is the GIF I have been waiting for to best sum up my boss fight strategy for every game ever.  And I’m not sure which cat I am.

occasionalmadness:

buggy-heichou:

Me when I fight enemies in video games.

I feel like this is the GIF I have been waiting for to best sum up my boss fight strategy for every game ever.  And I’m not sure which cat I am.

(Source: thecatsmustbecrazy, via bassman5911)

garabating:

Alexandre Diboine
Just finished this one, it took me freaking ages to do 

garabating:

Alexandre Diboine

Just finished this one, it took me freaking ages to do 

abigaillarson:

thiol-group:

1 character, 19 drawing styles challenge! This took a long time, but I’m pretty happy with it - I recommend looking at all these artists’ original work if you like any of them.

Love this! And I’m really flattered to see my style represented so nicely!

(Source: happy-smiley-robot)

danmazur:

Early shôjo illustration.  Front cover, interior illustration and back cover, from a pamphlet (prose, not manga).  I believe it dates from early in the war (1940?) and is propaganda of some kind, exhorting young shôjo to write condolence letters to families of dead soldiers, perhaps?  Anyway, these are examples of jojo-ga (lyric drawing) illustration, that had a great influence on shôjo manga. I don’t know the artists.  The style of the front cover seems very similar to Kasho Takabatake (it;s not his signature though), while the back cover is reminiscent of  Junichi Nakahara, but is more likely just influenced by his style (particularly the eyes, no?).  Of course any help on ID’ing the artists would be more than welcome!!  (For more on early shôjo illustration and manga: www.danmazurcomics.com)

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