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supersonicart:

Fredrik Rättzén.

Illustrations and paintings by Fredrik Rättzén:

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andrewgoudreau:

Some environments that didn’t end up getting used ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ 

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supersonicart:

Mary Jane Ansell.

Gorgeous paintings by Mary Jane Ansell (Previously on Supersonic):

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matttaylordraws:

A nice little project from Penguin Books in the UK, I was asked to illustrate the cover for an upcoming novel by David Bezmozgis. 

I’ve included some of the sketches that didn’t make it to final - we went down a few different routes before settling on the final.

Type design and art direction by Richard Bravery

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sekigan:

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karakuri25:

先日ちまちま描いたジズ

karakuri25:

先日ちまちま描いたジズ

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the-orchid-queen:

Amano Dzjaku

the-orchid-queen:

Amano Dzjaku

animationandsoforth:

Rhapsody in Blue model sheets for Fantasia 2000

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supersonicart:

Gustavo Peña.

Paintings by Gustavo Peña:

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fuckyeahsketchart:

Darren Bartley

teaganwhite:

Wren Day

gouache & watercolor on paper

(I couldn’t decide which colors I liked best — the blue is a photoshopped alternate version, and the gold is closer to the original painting.)

My piece for the Animystics show at Light Grey Art Lab, opening this Friday! The show is all about the spiritual and mystical ideas associated with different animals, and I chose to illustrate the Wren because of its place in druid lore and celtic mythology.

In one tale, the wren won the title of King of Birds when he hid unnoticed under the feathers of an eagle in a race, and flew ahead at the last second. Ancient druid rituals involved sacrificing a wren at midwinter, and the tradition was carried on into Christian times, with “wrenboys” catching a wren on St Stephen’s Day, tying it to a decorated pole, and marching from door to door in the village wearing costumes made of straw, asking for donations.

My piece was inspired by the St Stephen’s Day (or Wren Day) tradition, which I first learned about from a lovely little song called Wren in the Furze, which you can (and definitely should) listen to here.

teaganwhite:

A little watercolor & gouache process GIF

teaganwhite:

A little watercolor & gouache process GIF