In a world of Photoshop, it’s not often that you find a project like the one above done without any post-processing.
In the self portraits above, JeeYoung Lee spends weeks and sometimes months creating elaborate scenes in her tiny 11.8 x 13.4 x 7.8-foot studio.
Boys and jazz and love.
I woke up late! Need to continue works at studio now.
A little appreciation post for Kathy Zielinski showcasing the villains she worked on in animated films. :D
She’s a great inspiration to all aspiring ladies in the animation business. She currently works at Dreamworks.
- Hexxus (Fern Gully)
- Jafar (snake and as beggar - Aladdin), Tzekel-Kan (The Road to El Dorado)
- Frollo (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
OH SO THIS IS THE PERSON I HAVE TO THANK.
From the email from Pixeljam:
It’s history time, guys. Super total history time. It’s time for all of us to rally the troops and change the way the world works. It’s less than 48 hours from the successful Kickstarter funding of Dino Run 2, and it’s our shot to be a part of one of the biggest turnarounds in Kickstarter history. Or maybe even the biggest, who knows?
If you can help muster the remaining ~65% needed to successfully make Dino Run 2, you will have beaten all odds and obliterated the shackles of grim expectation. You can be the lever. You can stave off extinction, beat the doom, SURVIVE THE APOCALYPSE.
Pixeljam is prepared to make a fine-tuned epic actioner of legendary proportions, the likes of which have never been seen in dino game history. And you can make that happen. You and everyone you know who wants a shot at not only changing the way Kickstarters are funded, but a shot at being a part of what could be a truly amazing game.
Any pledge to the kickstarter could possibly help and certainly won’t hurt as you’re only charged when the project is funded successfully!
Such a lovely look and design! Wish you the best of luck with your funding!
Udo Schmidt is fascinated by beetles. Now 70-years-old, the retired German researcher has been collecting them since his late 20s. The drawers housing Udo’s awesome collection contain 30,000 specimens representing over 6,000 species.
“Since more than 350,000 species of beetles have been classified, and I have published photos of just 1,600 of them, there is absolutely no danger that I will run out of work,” Schmidt told Wired.
Schmidt’s hobby has taken him to 22 countries around the world. “I prefer to collect in Africa, in the dung of mammals,” he said.
He is inspired by the “overwhelming variety of shapes and colors, beauty and elegance,” of beetles — the largest group of insects in the world. Evolutionary biologists struggle to explain this seemingly excessive diversity.
Thankfully Udo is also a skilled photographer, so we don’t have to knock on his door in order to get a close look at his stunning insect archive. Visit his website and Flickr stream to view many more astonishing images of Udo’s beautiful beetles.
astrology!!! pinups!! boys!!
here’s some zodiac fellows with modes of transportation that i thought suited their personalities, featuring my sun sign~
signs from left to right are Leo, Aquarius, Sagittarius, Pisces, Libra & Taurus.
sailing would so be prime luxury catnap time for a Leo… + all the fun hard work it takes to get out there in the first place? meeow