To the 10 people who just sent me an ask telling me the gif is from Neighborhood Story

Thanks! I had no idea it had been made into an anime!

(Source: yuuki-mikan)

firestarter! 10 second doodle.

(Source: oshiokiyo)

korraquality:

"my progress" more like "MAI progress" am i right or am i right????yeah no i always like comparing old and new images to see improvement.  the piece on the left was done in july of 2012, and the piece on the right was done in july of 2014 (yesterday, actually).  i think if anything, my use of color got a loooot stronger.  and everything looks a little more solid.  
painting clothing’s still a BITCH though forreal

korraquality:

"my progress" more like "MAI progress" am i right or am i right????

yeah no i always like comparing old and new images to see improvement.  the piece on the left was done in july of 2012, and the piece on the right was done in july of 2014 (yesterday, actually).  i think if anything, my use of color got a loooot stronger.  and everything looks a little more solid.  

painting clothing’s still a BITCH though forreal

fashion encyclopedia: Ashi Studio fall 2015 couture

comicsalliance:

GWEN STACY, SPIDER-GRRRRL: A REVIEW OF ‘EDGE OF SPIDER-VERSE’ #2
By Juliet Kahn
Coco Chanel once opined that “fashions fade, only style remains the same.” In channeling the latter through the former, Gwen Stacy’s Spider-Woman disagrees to great effect in the self-contained Edge Of Spider-Verse #2, on sale now and nominally part of Marvel’s Spider-Verse crossover event. The electric color palette and the asymmetrical hairdos and the wildly winged eyeshadow might look dated in a few years’ time, sure, but these pages bleed a fluorescent adolescent attitude found across time and space, from 19th century Spain’s hipster majos to Siouxie Sioux. This is a Gwen that owes as much to Peter Parker as she does to Tank Girl. This is a Gwen—and a comic—with style.
There’s the outfit. It is, as has been discussed here and elsewhere, fabulous, and entirely organic—when I imagine a spunky 20-year-old woman of today gaining spider powers, this is exactly what I see her wearing. The colors by Rico Renzi are incredible, managing to encapsulate both the Forever 21 spinner rack and the rock and roll excess of the 1980s. The sound effects are all scrawled in shades of “fruity cocktail that will get you really drunk,” from THWAPP a la “Adios, Motherf*cker,” to WA-TUP in “Tequila Sunrise.”
READ MORE

Read on for my thoughts on Spider-Gwen.

comicsalliance:

GWEN STACY, SPIDER-GRRRRL: A REVIEW OF ‘EDGE OF SPIDER-VERSE’ #2

By Juliet Kahn

Coco Chanel once opined that “fashions fade, only style remains the same.” In channeling the latter through the former, Gwen Stacy’s Spider-Woman disagrees to great effect in the self-contained Edge Of Spider-Verse #2, on sale now and nominally part of Marvel’s Spider-Verse crossover event. The electric color palette and the asymmetrical hairdos and the wildly winged eyeshadow might look dated in a few years’ time, sure, but these pages bleed a fluorescent adolescent attitude found across time and space, from 19th century Spain’s hipster majos to Siouxie Sioux. This is a Gwen that owes as much to Peter Parker as she does to Tank Girl. This is a Gwen—and a comic—with style.

There’s the outfit. It is, as has been discussed here and elsewhere, fabulous, and entirely organic—when I imagine a spunky 20-year-old woman of today gaining spider powers, this is exactly what I see her wearing. The colors by Rico Renzi are incredible, managing to encapsulate both the Forever 21 spinner rack and the rock and roll excess of the 1980s. The sound effects are all scrawled in shades of “fruity cocktail that will get you really drunk,” from THWAPP a la “Adios, Motherf*cker,” to WA-TUP in “Tequila Sunrise.”

READ MORE

Read on for my thoughts on Spider-Gwen.

matchewie:

The three aspects of the Morrigan - Badb, Macha and Anann (Gentle Annie) as brilliantly depicted in Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie’s The Wicked + The Divine. Three issues in and this is easily one of the best comic books I’ve read in a long time

matchewie:

The three aspects of the Morrigan - Badb, Macha and Anann (Gentle Annie) as brilliantly depicted in Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie’s The Wicked + The Divine. Three issues in and this is easily one of the best comic books I’ve read in a long time

muura:

this’ll be a print n TRACON ♥♥♥♥im so happy to do watercolours after a long while 

muura:

this’ll be a print n TRACON ♥♥♥♥

im so happy to do watercolours after a long while 

xombiedirge:

Wonder Woman Covers by J.G. Jones

jedavu:

Gorgeous artworks by T.S. Claire

pre-raphaelisme:

A Passing Cloud by Arthur Hughes, circa 1908.

pre-raphaelisme:

A Passing Cloud by Arthur Hughes, circa 1908.