anthonyholden:

It’s been a pretty eventful summer around the Holden house… or actually not very eventful, given the current state of some of my bones. Been learning a lot lately. Didn’t have to wait for school to start to do that.

Best lesson: Always listen to mama.

Second best lesson: Never let a motorcycle smoosh your leg.

Third best lesson: if your leg DOES get smooshed, make some cartoons.

omocat:

changed the banners of OMOCAT shop!

 the shoot was really fun!!!! maeday (maeday!!), and mar were a lot of fun to work with and i really enjoyed taking the pictures :) it’s a nice break from drawing all the time…

anyway prepare for FALL COLLECTION dropping THIS SATURDAY (9/13) @ 8:00PM PST!! i’m so excited to finally release it…

PS: i have a special surprise coming in october B^)

stay tuned!

kyletwebster:

Painted in Photoshop with Kyle’s Real Watercolor custom brushes.
draw-blog:

Have you guys checked out Robin Ha's terrific recipe comics? They are inspirational, educational, and totally beautiful. Check them out on Tumblr, check her out on Twitter, and most importantly follow and like them!
banchancomic:

What is the Korean girl chef wearing in my comic? It’s called Han-Bok, a traditional Korean dress. This particular top with striped sleeves is called ”Sek-Dong-Jeh-Go-Ri”  which is worn by girls on happy special occasions. The silk tie at the end of her braid is called “Deng-Ki”. It is worn by young ladies yet to be married. This tie was the sign for the town’s bachelors to know which girls were available. Once the ladies got married, they turned the braid into a bun and wore an ornate pin though the bun.
Han-Bok is such a beautiful costume. It makes the woman look so graceful but unfortunately it is so uncomfortable to wear. I have no idea why they made the skirt to be tied so high, right on the breast line. Ouch!
It’s hard to see anyone wearing Han-Bok in Korea anymore, except for the national holidays, weddings and funerals. I remember wearing them when I was a little girl visiting the elderly relatives in Korean new years and Chu-Suk, the Korean thanksgiving. I couldn’t wait to take it off because it was so itchy and uncomfortable. The only way for this dress to stay put was to tie it very tightly right underneath my armpit and I could hardly breath, let alone eating any of those wonderful Korean holiday food.
There are many Korea dramas based on the Cho-Sun (Korean dynasty 1300s- 1800s) period and all the characters wear such a beautiful ornate Han-Bok. I’m a total sucker for those dramas. I’ve recently heard about this K drama called “Dae-Jang-Kum” which is about a female chef in the Cho-Sun era palace. It’s been translated as “The Jewel in the palace” in the other Asian countries and apparently it was a hugh hit a few years ago. I don’t watch much K dramas these days so I was completely oblivious to it until one of my Korean teacher told me to watch it since I’m doing a comic about Korean food. Korean Food drama full of beautiful Han-bok clad characters?? I was sold instantly and ordered the entire set online, I can’t wait to watch it! 

draw-blog:

Have you guys checked out Robin Ha's terrific recipe comics? They are inspirational, educational, and totally beautiful. Check them out on Tumblr, check her out on Twitter, and most importantly follow and like them!

banchancomic:

What is the Korean girl chef wearing in my comic? It’s called Han-Bok, a traditional Korean dress. This particular top with striped sleeves is called ”Sek-Dong-Jeh-Go-Ri”  which is worn by girls on happy special occasions. The silk tie at the end of her braid is called “Deng-Ki”. It is worn by young ladies yet to be married. This tie was the sign for the town’s bachelors to know which girls were available. Once the ladies got married, they turned the braid into a bun and wore an ornate pin though the bun.

Han-Bok is such a beautiful costume. It makes the woman look so graceful but unfortunately it is so uncomfortable to wear. I have no idea why they made the skirt to be tied so high, right on the breast line. Ouch!

It’s hard to see anyone wearing Han-Bok in Korea anymore, except for the national holidays, weddings and funerals. I remember wearing them when I was a little girl visiting the elderly relatives in Korean new years and Chu-Suk, the Korean thanksgiving. I couldn’t wait to take it off because it was so itchy and uncomfortable. The only way for this dress to stay put was to tie it very tightly right underneath my armpit and I could hardly breath, let alone eating any of those wonderful Korean holiday food.

There are many Korea dramas based on the Cho-Sun (Korean dynasty 1300s- 1800s) period and all the characters wear such a beautiful ornate Han-Bok. I’m a total sucker for those dramas. I’ve recently heard about this K drama called “Dae-Jang-Kum” which is about a female chef in the Cho-Sun era palace. It’s been translated as “The Jewel in the palace” in the other Asian countries and apparently it was a hugh hit a few years ago. I don’t watch much K dramas these days so I was completely oblivious to it until one of my Korean teacher told me to watch it since I’m doing a comic about Korean food. Korean Food drama full of beautiful Han-bok clad characters?? I was sold instantly and ordered the entire set online, I can’t wait to watch it! 

beatonna:

I hope my sweet robin Dudley sees me looking this good 

beatonna:

I hope my sweet robin Dudley sees me looking this good 

beatonna:

I am I am 

beatonna:

I am I am 

haxpunch:

I keep getting asked about my growlies, so I tried to make a little thing!

There’s also a speedpaint here of me painting, and the full video is on my livestream.

If there’s any steps you’re not clear on or want me to elaborate on, let me know! I’m a really haphazard painter that just smooshes on big paint and then paints in little lines everywhere.

scurviesdisneyblog:

Hercules concept art

(vía paralgosirvesto)

shiyoonkim:

another piece playing with the iPhone 5 dimensions.. : D

shiyoonkim:

another piece playing with the iPhone 5 dimensions.. : D

haxpunch:

All of my tiger studies.

I’ll add to this whenever I draw more growlies ~

cchtml:

This feeling when you walk into big art supply stores …

Heaven

(vía extraterrestrialentities)

newyorker:


"Remember when … remember … remember how, thirty years ago, yes—after the requisite sum of money had been collected, in half-handfuls of small change and occasional crumpled rubles…"

Mikhail Iossel recalls a wintry night in Leningrad.
Illustration by Roman Muradov

newyorker:

"Remember when … remember … remember how, thirty years ago, yes—after the requisite sum of money had been collected, in half-handfuls of small change and occasional crumpled rubles…"

Mikhail Iossel recalls a wintry night in Leningrad.

Illustration by Roman Muradov

clarepachuau:

Lol i totally need this tee #cat #crazycatlady

clarepachuau:

Lol i totally need this tee #cat #crazycatlady

deep-dark-fears:

A childhood fear submitted by donovic and jumble-it-up to deep dark fears.