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rocketumbl:

AV-8B

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kmagazinelovers:

Hwa Young

Great gesture. Also, interesting spiral foldng on the shirt

kmagazinelovers:

Hwa Young

Great gesture. Also, interesting spiral foldng on the shirt

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anime-backgrounds:

Seirei no Moribito / Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit Directed by Kenji Kamiyama, and created by Production I.G. This show probably has the best backgrounds out of any anime series I’ve seen. It’s basically feature film worthy art for 26 episodes.

cg-ian:

Firstly I’d like to thank all my new followers, I’m really glad there’s people out there who enjoy my work :)
Also, I know my both this blog and my deviantart has been quiet for a while, I’m currently in the process of completing a very demanding short film for my school program and it has left me with very little time to paint. There will most likely be very little activity here in the following month but hopefully this painting will do for now.

cg-ian:

Firstly I’d like to thank all my new followers, I’m really glad there’s people out there who enjoy my work :)

Also, I know my both this blog and my deviantart has been quiet for a while, I’m currently in the process of completing a very demanding short film for my school program and it has left me with very little time to paint. There will most likely be very little activity here in the following month but hopefully this painting will do for now.

mascreatives:

Sample Poster

mascreatives:

Sample Poster

cg-ian:

A Roman fort

cg-ian:

A Roman fort

carlosbaila:

Marina Abramovic meets Ulay

“Marina Abramovic and Ulay started an intense love story in the 70s, performing art out of the van they lived in. When they felt the relationship had run its course, they decided to walk the Great Wall of China, each from one end, meeting for one last big hug in the middle and never seeing each other again. at her 2010 MoMa retrospective Marina performed ‘The Artist Is Present’ as part of the show, a minute of silence with each stranger who sat in front of her. Ulay arrived without her knowing it and this is what happened.”

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mylips-missyours:

hnnhslvs:



Slow Motion: Camera Flash Bulb Shot at 1052 FPS


that’s the most beautiful thing i’ve ever seen

This is new most favorite gif omg.

mylips-missyours:

hnnhslvs:


Slow Motion: Camera Flash Bulb Shot at 1052 FPS

that’s the most beautiful thing i’ve ever seen

This is new most favorite gif omg.

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kingofallpuddin:

“At first, I was somewhat hesitant to do the role. I mean, after all, Batman is an icon. But I remember, as clear as day, being at the grocery store the day the movie opened, and this little boy saw me. He couldn’t have been more than five years old. He just walked right up to me and hugged me. He hugged me, and I was so moved by it that I hugged him back. Then he looked up at me and said “You’re my hero.” And in that moment, I knew that not only as an actor that I had done my job, but that I had made the right decision to play Batman. And I’ve never looked back on my the decision to play Batman since.”

This man cannot get any cooler.

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sadiemaeglutz:

The Hands Resist Him, also known as eBay Haunted Painting, is a painting created by Oakland, California artist Bill Stoneham in 1972. It depicts a young boy and female doll standing in front of a glass paneled door against which many hands are pressed. According to the artist, the boy is based on a photograph of himself aged 5, the doorway is a representation of the dividing line between the waking world and the world of dreams and possibilities, and the doll is a guide who will escort the boy through it. The hands themselves represent alternate lives or possibilities. Stoneham recalls that both the owner of the gallery in which the painting was first displayed, and the art critic who reviewed it, died within one year of coming into contact with the painting.
The painting was said to have come into the possession of a California couple, after being found on the site of an old brewery.The painting appeared on the auction website eBay in February 2000. According to the seller, the aforementioned couple, the painting carried some form of curse. Their eBay description claimed that the characters in the painting moved during the night, and that they would sometimes leave the painting and enter the room in which it was being displayed. Included with the listing were a series of photographs that were said to be evidence of an incident in which the female doll character threatened the male character with a gun that she was holding, causing him to attempt to leave the painting. A disclaimer was included with the listing absolving the seller from all liability if the painting was purchased.
Some people claimed that simply viewing the photos of the painting made them feel ill or have unpleasant experiences.

sadiemaeglutz:

The Hands Resist Him, also known as eBay Haunted Painting, is a painting created by Oakland, California artist Bill Stoneham in 1972. It depicts a young boy and female doll standing in front of a glass paneled door against which many hands are pressed. According to the artist, the boy is based on a photograph of himself aged 5, the doorway is a representation of the dividing line between the waking world and the world of dreams and possibilities, and the doll is a guide who will escort the boy through it. The hands themselves represent alternate lives or possibilities. Stoneham recalls that both the owner of the gallery in which the painting was first displayed, and the art critic who reviewed it, died within one year of coming into contact with the painting.

The painting was said to have come into the possession of a California couple, after being found on the site of an old brewery.The painting appeared on the auction website eBay in February 2000. According to the seller, the aforementioned couple, the painting carried some form of curse. Their eBay description claimed that the characters in the painting moved during the night, and that they would sometimes leave the painting and enter the room in which it was being displayed. Included with the listing were a series of photographs that were said to be evidence of an incident in which the female doll character threatened the male character with a gun that she was holding, causing him to attempt to leave the painting. A disclaimer was included with the listing absolving the seller from all liability if the painting was purchased.

Some people claimed that simply viewing the photos of the painting made them feel ill or have unpleasant experiences.

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paintvrlife:

by GreeGW

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