russian-style:

And here are some nice illustration to the Lermontov’s drama “Masquerade” (1835) by Nicolai Kuzmin

richardsala:

Here is a review from last week of one of my older books ~ 

Thanks very much to Graphic Novel Resources for the nice article!

http://graphicnovelresources.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-chuckling-whatsit.html

moemai:

#Inktober 18
Ink !! I’ve been waiting to draw that girl and I’m still not happy with myself 8D *never satisfied* it just means I have to try again ! I had fun with her hair though ! It’s not exactly the right tattoos I wasn’t home and didn’t have the refs > . <
Tools : Unipin Black & Blue, alcohol felt pen

moemai:

#Inktober 18

Ink !! I’ve been waiting to draw that girl and I’m still not happy with myself 8D *never satisfied* it just means I have to try again ! I had fun with her hair though ! It’s not exactly the right tattoos I wasn’t home and didn’t have the refs > . <

Tools : Unipin Black & Blue, alcohol felt pen

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ask-cadet-ackerman:

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"Take a wild guess."

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"I have seriously lost my taste for potatoes."

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Just a few of the good comics I read last week.

Who’s Who: The Definitive Podcast of the DC Universe, Volume XXIII

fireandwaterpodcast:

On the latest Whos Who Podcast, we discuss Who’s Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe, Volume XXIII cover by Joe Staton & Mike DeCarlo.

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Be sure to check out Who’s Who: The Definitive Podcast of the DC Universe on iTunes!

russian-style:

Saint John Climacus with Sts. George and Blaise, XIII century, Novgorod. 

A lot of spiritual art, including Christian icons, employ visual storytelling techniques that are not dissimilar from cartooning.

russian-style:

Saint John Climacus with Sts. George and Blaise, XIII century, Novgorod. 

A lot of spiritual art, including Christian icons, employ visual storytelling techniques that are not dissimilar from cartooning.

chaz-gelf:

red-lipstick:

Daniel Danger (b. Boston MA, USA) - Title with each Illustration.   Digital Arts

I want to try and capture the feeling of night the way this guy captures the feeling of night. These are amazing.

(Source: tinymediaempire.com, via mooncalfe)

mooncalfe-art:

really old art!! 2001-2003

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Whatever Happened To...? Congorilla/Johnny Thunder - Episode 103

fireandwaterpodcast:

On the latest FIRE & WATER PODCAST Rob and Shag present the next installments of, “Whatever Happened To…?” We love these back-up strips from DC COMICS PRESENTS! This time we’re covering adventures from DCCP #27 & 28, featuring Congorilla (plus Congo Bill) and Johnny Thunder (plus Madame…