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Anonymous said: How about Cherik AU of The Frog Prince fairy tale but this time it's not a frog, it's a freakin' shark... ((((So sr for this dumb idea :( ))))

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I LOVE IT

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ikeracity said: I appreciate your art for cherik so much. SO MUCH.

Thank you <3

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omniastudios:

Garnet and onyx Nocturne ring in polished brass. So bright it could pass as 18k gold.
We can also cast white and yellow 10k, 18k, and 24k gold upon request. Custom stones available as well. Email for details.
www.omniaoddities.com

omniastudios:

Garnet and onyx Nocturne ring in polished brass. So bright it could pass as 18k gold.

We can also cast white and yellow 10k, 18k, and 24k gold upon request. Custom stones available as well. Email for details.

www.omniaoddities.com

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marrickan:

GEKKAN CROSSINg wao

marrickan:

GEKKAN CROSSINg wao

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owlturdcomix:

He died happy.

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fassbendover:

yells loudly

arty people of tumblr I need your help!! im gonna buy some copic markers within the next few days, but there are so many sets that im confused?? what’s best for a newbie/has the most colour variations etc?? Thank youuuuu

hah i ran out of space in the note, so I’ll just reblog it :3

anywho, there are two major varieties of copics, the copic (original) and the copic sketch. The original has a chisel tip end, and a fine point end, whereas the sketch has a brush tip end and a fine point end. Depending on your preference, the brush tip is much more flexible and offers a more freedom, while the chisel tip is more stiff, but offers more consistent coverage. It’s actually quite nice to have a mix of the two.

In terms of color variations, yeah, the 12 set is a pretty good starter kit, http://store.copicmarker.com/products/sb12, since it has a pretty basic spectrum of colors. you can also supplement with other colors, in case you find you want a more specific color. Granted, if you work in a more limited or specific palette, it may be better to pick one of the more specific palette sets.

The major trade off between getting a broad spectrum set (like rainbow) vs a more specific set (like one that consists only of blue markers) is your blending capability. Copics are fairly gentle markers. They blend very well together, so having markers in a similar color family tend to promote an easier time blending. The box of rainbow colors does not blend as well, but you get a much greater range in color.

They also offer a grey value marker set, in case you want to work in black and white.

I hope this helps, if you have any other questions, feel free to shoot me an ask!

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a-skew:

'EAT ME'
Watercolour, pencil and Photoshop, 2014
An illustration I did on a rainy Sunday, because I love fungi. I wouldn’t recommend that you eat any of these, unless you want to be super ill or dead.

a-skew:

'EAT ME'

Watercolour, pencil and Photoshop, 2014

An illustration I did on a rainy Sunday, because I love fungi. I wouldn’t recommend that you eat any of these, unless you want to be super ill or dead.

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gothiccharmschool:

bryanthephotogeek:

everkings:

courageousbox:

a red panda eating sushi.

This is the best thing I have ever seen on the internet. 

Life feels better now

Yes, I needed to see this. 

gothiccharmschool:

bryanthephotogeek:

everkings:

courageousbox:

a red panda eating sushi.

This is the best thing I have ever seen on the internet. 

Life feels better now

Yes, I needed to see this. 

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Cherik AU #2: In which Erik is not Magneto, but Catneto.