Mega Houndoom, TBS test i did a while ago. Quality is bayud D:
my fourth animation.
So I’ve been after a set of Shiny Eevees for a while in order to hold another giveaway!
Sort of another secret I’ve been keeping, hehehe.
- Marshmellow the Eevee ♂ - Adamant - Mischievous
- Coconut the Eevee ♂ - Rash - Alert to Sounds
- Cream the Eevee ♂ - Bold - Mischievous
- Crescent the Eevee ♂ - Timid - Alert to Sounds
Marshmellow and Coconut were discovered in the Friend Safari, and Cream and Crescent are Masuda Method babies. All of them are completely untouched.
- 1st Place - Chooses which Eevee they want first.
- 2nd Place - Chooses out of the three left.
- 3rd Place - Chooses out of the two left.
- 4th Place - Gets the final Eevee.
And ruley rule time!
- 1 Reblog and 1 Like per entrant
- You don’t have to be following me for this giveaway. However, if you are you get special bonuses! I will offer to change the nickname of the Eevee for you to whatever you’d like, as well as EV train them for you in whichever ways you’d like them trained.
- Leave your ask box open so I may contact you if you win, of course!
Giveaway ends on December 16th! All winners are required to respond me within 24 hours or someone else will be chosen.
Good luck everybody!
I’m so honored to say that I drew today’s Google doodle of Maria Callas, the renowned opera singer!
I’m happy to share some of the process—the whole thing took place in these last couple weeks and was a lot like doing any other freelance illustration job, except it was totally unexpected and for a much bigger audience!!!
My art director was the super talented Sophia Foster-Dimino (also a Google doodler)—she also gathered feedback for me from the doodler crew & google employees. When you’re working with a big company, there’s a lot of people that have to vet the final product! Luckily it all went very smoothly.
When I was given this project I didn’t have A CLUE about opera, so I spent a whole day reading about Maria Callas, listening to her existing recordings, and watching the few live videos of her performances. She is amazing! Her voice extended beyond the regular range for female singers and she had an innate gift for interpretation—she could literally sing anything written for the female voice, and sing it better than anyone else. She also had a really interesting life—Underdog beginning! Personal struggles! High-profile scandal! Crazy weight-loss! Unusual voice!
I included more info about each step of my process in the image captions— read on if you like!
Thanks to all the google doodlers for letting me be an honorary doodler today, and thanks to everyone who’s said something encouraging or recognized my work, I’m incredibly humbled and grateful to you all!
Kinda old but a pile of angry cat heads is always relevant.
Check these too: Blacktiger at Flickr
Have you ever seen a painting of an elephant? Probably. What about a picture of an elephant painting a painting of an elephant? No? Well meet Suda who lives in Maetaeng Elephant Park in Chiang Mai, Thailand. The park was created to provide a unique and safe environment where all elephants are treated well and are free of harm from poachers. In the early years, Suda along with other elephants would paint abstract brush strokes on paper, and slowly over time, they learned to produce two and three dimensional art. They have an incredible ability to trace back over their original brush stroke. Elephants have a keen memory and show that here by being able to repeat the same paintings and techniques.
hooolyyyy shiiiit no no I don’t think some of you understand how literally MONUMENTAL this ability is
producing art is something that kind of sets us as humans apart from other creatures on this planet AND HERE IS ANOTHER CREATURE PRODUCING ART ARE YOU SHITTING ME RIGHT NOW
i had to like slap my face a few times when i saw this srsly
an animal capable of grief, also capable of art
makes sense haha but no for real damn this is nuts
The Fall 2013 edition playmat for the StarCityGames.com Open Trial program, plus the sketch and WIP. :)
hi hello if you’re reading this i hope something good happens to you today
I’m just going to leave these here…
This is actually pretty important in looking at how stereotypes and racism carry over from one country to another by the use of global media.
Ylvis, educating people about the female reproductive system.
these guys will be the death of me.[x]
i died at the pH value