mohrigan:

Foamy wings tutorial 

*Apologize for my english*

  1. Decide the size of your wings and make the skeleton with wire and some paper (white one i didn’t have white paper so used what i had).
  2. Add a hard piece in the U of the skeleton in my case used a book cover.
  3. Start glueing the long feathers first in the bot of the paper. 
  4. Then add medium size feathers for the 2 next lines.
  5. Finish covering the next free space with smaller feathers.
  6. Repeat step 4 and 5 in the other side and remember also cover where the U wire is.
  7. Add the straps and you are done!

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missmonstermel:

My owl mask makes another appearance in a game, something called Mystery Trackers- Raincliff? Another direct paint over, though it looks like the majority of this game uses paint overs of existing photographs to assemble scenes and objects. I wish the’d use the updated owl mask i made- not the first clunky design i did, haha ..if you are going to steal, steal the better version! ;P

Nothing i can really do about this but add it to the pile of my stuff appearing in other stuff! Im guessing the artist googled “masks” to find stuff to paint over. Some small part of me want to hope it was meant as an homage by a fan who worked on the game but thats me trying to put a positive spin on it, haha…

Thanks to Spaheeda for the heads up!

70sscifiart:

From the author, Daniel Davis:

"One of my earliest Space Colony paintings was based on the giant ‘Model 3’ cylindrical habitats envisioned by Gerard O’Neill. I imagined the clouds forming at an ‘altitude’ around the rotation axis. 

At this time the scene is bathed in the ruddy light of all the sunrises and sunsets on Earth at that moment as the colony briefly enters the Earths shadow, out at the L5 Lagrangian point where stable locations are easily maintained. Oil on canvas panel disposition unknown.”

70sscifiart:

From the author, Daniel Davis:

"One of my earliest Space Colony paintings was based on the giant ‘Model 3’ cylindrical habitats envisioned by Gerard O’Neill. I imagined the clouds forming at an ‘altitude’ around the rotation axis.

At this time the scene is bathed in the ruddy light of all the sunrises and sunsets on Earth at that moment as the colony briefly enters the Earths shadow, out at the L5 Lagrangian point where stable locations are easily maintained. Oil on canvas panel disposition unknown.”

horroroftruant:

I must remind you that the scanning experience is usually a painful one…

horroroftruant:

I must remind you that the scanning experience is usually a painful one…

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dcu:

A great insight into how TV focus tests work (or don’t) by Giancarlo Volpe:

A little behind the scenes look of the early stages of Green Lantern the Animated Series.

My eternal gratitude to everyone who helped prove the doubters wrong.

gorecinema:

The Cabin in the Woods (2012)

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fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

The suits worn by the Guild members were body bags that were found in a disused fire station dating back to the early 1920’s. The bags had actually been used several times, something that was kept from the cast members until after shooting was completed.
Dune (1984)

fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

The suits worn by the Guild members were body bags that were found in a disused fire station dating back to the early 1920’s. The bags had actually been used several times, something that was kept from the cast members until after shooting was completed.

Dune (1984)

everythingsecondhand:

The King Kong Story, written and edited by Jeremy Pascall (Phoebus Publishing Co. 1976)

From a second-hand shop in Sherwood, Nottingham.

"Did you ever hear of…Kong?"

"Some Malay superstition. A god or spirit or something?"

"Neither beast nor man. Something monstrous, all-powerful…"

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