waiting for electric

pretty things, pretty awesome things

artbooksnat:

Mawaru Penguindrum (輪るピングドラム) finished background art of the Takakura household, by art director Kentaro Akiyama (秋山健太郎).

(via killallskellys)

artofprayer:

Called the “City of 1001 Churches,” Ani stood on various trade routes and its many religious buildings, palaces, and fortifications were amongst the most technically and artistically advanced structures in the world.

At its height, Ani had a population of 100,000–200,000 people and was the rival of Constantinople, Baghdad and Damascus. Long ago renowned for its splendor and magnificence, Ani was abandoned and largely forgotten following the earthquake of 1319.

(Source: peopleofar.wordpress.com, via mypetspiderman)

someartstuffs:

from yesterday morning’s long pose session. i’ll start tackling color in these sessions soon. 1.5-2 hours, on ye ‘ole cintiq companion. 

Nice study!

someartstuffs:

from yesterday morning’s long pose session. i’ll start tackling color in these sessions soon. 1.5-2 hours, on ye ‘ole cintiq companion.

Nice study!

3 days ago

wannabeanimator:

On July 18th, 1992, Hayao Miyazaki’s Porco Rosso was released in theatres in Japan. It was originally intended to be a 30 minute in-flight movie for Japan Airlines.