shoomlah:

Juuuust now realizing I can show my piece for the Iron Giant tribute show as well!  Judging from this and my Bioshock piece, I’m really into trompe l’oeil and obscure references right now.
The Iron Giant is still one of my favourite animated films, and Dean is still one of my favourite animated hotties. Mmmm boy.

shoomlah:

Juuuust now realizing I can show my piece for the Iron Giant tribute show as well!  Judging from this and my Bioshock piece, I’m really into trompe l’oeil and obscure references right now.

The Iron Giant is still one of my favourite animated films, and Dean is still one of my favourite animated hotties. Mmmm boy.

conceptconstruct:

Boba Fett concept art by Joe Johnston and Ralph McQuarrie with a bonus picture of Jeremy Bulloch in the near-finalized costume.  

Before Boba Fett was Boba Fett, Ralph and Joe were tasked with designing an “ultra” Stormtrooper that (I’m assuming) would have been part of an elite Imperial task force or some sort of special forces unit.  Somewhere along development, it was decided that this elite Stormtrooper would instead be its own unique character, and thus, Boba Fett was born.  

If I’m putting the evidence together correctly, the design for the costume was practically finalized when it was decided that the trooper would instead become Boba Fett.  As a result, one of the suit’s early color schemes was entirely white to match with the original Stormtroopers.  You can get a good idea of what that looked like via this action figure.  Still, however, you can see that McQuarrie’s early sketches of the helmet (Images 2 and 3) draw heavily from the original Stormtrooper design before attempting to move away from it.

I’m sure these images have made their way around the internet more than enough times, but I’ve had these saved for a while so here they are.  Besides, everybody loves the Fett. 

All of these images (excluding the image of Bulloch in costume) were taken from The Dented Helmet forums.  There are more images there along with the ones I’ve posted here, so check it out.

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areu:

internet social game strong

areu:

internet social game strong

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bryankonietzko:

fredericstewart:

Korra Book 3 finale is online right now!   These are some backgrounds from this season and some comps from the finale.  I did the paint. layout was most likely either Angela Sung or William Niu.

Sweet, Fred’s on Tumblr now! I’m putting the finishing touches on the Book 3 Dark Horse art book right this moment, which includes most of Fred’s incredible paintings above, and many more from him and our other magnificent painters.

feitclub:

sttngfashion:

Literally the only thing I write checks for is my rent, but if I had these, I wouldn’t use Chase Quickpay to reimburse Charlie for those tickets to the Maria Bamford show he bought for us. 

Get them here.

h/t @hey_friend

There’s something beautiful about visions of the future printed on obsolete tools

makanidotdot:

tenzin/lin history was so weird and unappealing to me before because I was trying to imagine both of their present day personalities together, but the season 3 backstory stuff for lin it made everything make so much sense since she was a gigantic nerd baby and it would just be two gigantic nerd babies like We Are Adults In A Mature Relationship.  

So just playing around with how they’d act and I love everything about the whole love triangle thing too, like I guess what little we know about it let’s me fill in my own details and it would just be such a sadistically  entertaining situation and really nice character development for three characters I really enjoy.

feitclub:

constable-frozen:

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seriously which kung fu movie is this, it looks great

EDIT: people tell me it is IP MAN 2. I need to watch IP MAN 1 first.

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milkmanner:

I haven’t really been able to post many things I’m working on, but I’m trying to finish this very old Moleskine I have from my school days, so lots of pencil sketches.

(Source: instagram.com)

Japanese Game Parks


communedesign:

This series of images was brought to us through our friend & collaborator, Harsh Patel, who said he was gifted these scans from Bay-Area artist Michael Guidetti. With names like Daytona Park, Namco Wonder Egg, and Time Travel House, we can only image the what the experience of stepping foot into one of these obscure arcades would be like. Please enjoy Japanese Game Parks.

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