laurbits

I'm a comic artist w/ a love for excellent stories in the form of movies, TV shows, musicals, manga, and animation.

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wannabeanimator:

CalArts Lecture via Robertryan Cory

(via thecandyjar)

hereissomething:

cyborglovesong:

I am just so delighted by this pose. It’s so interesting, because I swear I’ve never seen anyone drawn folding a sheet, and it delights me to see things drawn that I never see. It’s the everyday-sort of drawings and poses that are my favourites.

Oh god, you’re absolutely right. What tickles me to death is how OFTEN Herge drew his characters doing everyday things. It’s something that makes Tintin unique somehow.

hereissomething:

cyborglovesong:

I am just so delighted by this pose. It’s so interesting, because I swear I’ve never seen anyone drawn folding a sheet, and it delights me to see things drawn that I never see. It’s the everyday-sort of drawings and poses that are my favourites.

Oh god, you’re absolutely right. What tickles me to death is how OFTEN Herge drew his characters doing everyday things. It’s something that makes Tintin unique somehow.

lackadaisycats:

serenescientist:

claudia-cher:

History of fashion from the Tracy J. Butler

And with accurate period dance poses/moves? Fuck yes.

Wow.  I guess I should follow through and color these sometime.

those-barricade-boys:

makarov92:

hhshootingsports:

Some good tips for pistol grips…

For all the artists I know out there.

(via artiststoolbox)

blindsprings:

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/SHAKES ON THE FLOOR IM HAVING

AN ART ATTACK

(via thecandyjar)

rudymora:

steampoweredrocket:

Hey ya’ll, if you’re struggling with towns or scenes, this is great

omg wow

(via karmindy)

Life Drawing at the Book Club

Kim Jung Gi drawing w/ a pocket pentel brush.