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ღThe Woman İllusrationsღ  OFFİCİAL PAGE:  http://www.pinterest.com/tangulcakmak/%E1%83%A6the-woman-illusrations%E1%83%A6/  Other user: OOh, pretty!

Oh, this is a character from a Chinese anime I love, ah always loved her, her outfit to. It's so pretty, a bit too revealing though.

Just what he needed for the challenging part of his art!  Drawing tutorials by Banphrionsa

Simple sketching tips. Quick hand-legs-foot tutorial by `Hellobaby on deviantART I was just struggling to draw hand palm side out the other day. THis will be so helpful in the future.

Pearl, Bubble, and Gem Tutorial by ~SKTAF on deviantART

Pearl, Bubble, and Gem Tutorial by ~SKTAF on deviantART. Lovely little tutorial. Because pearls, bubbles, and gemstones are always awesome.

Vocaloid - Lily (リリィ) -「らくがきんちょ」/「an」の漫画 [pixiv]

pixiv is an illustration community service where you can post and enjoy creative work. A large variety of work is uploaded, and user-organized contests are frequently held as well.

Attention to detail is not always necessary. The mood it sets with the colours gliding each other is breathtaking.

✮ ANIME ART ✮ Anime Girl with Sword. The colours gliding each other is breathtaking.

lines and colors :: a blog about drawing, painting, illustration, comics, concept art and other visual arts » Concept & Visual Dev.

JOJO POST FATHER: lines and colors- about drawing, painting, illustration, comics, concept art and visual arts

I feel like this is me.. Haha and then theirs Zivah in the backround.... sleeping... while i do art, which always happens.. lol

✮ ANIME ART ✮awesome picture - little kitty on the table, artist, plant, and of course, the mess. She's got a nice outfit too!

Shinji Tsuchimochi’s 100 Views of Tokyo | Lines and Colors :: a blog about drawing, painting, illustration, comics, concept art and other visual arts

The name of Japanese illustrator Shinji Tsuchimochi’s series of drawings, Views of Tokyo“, is of course a reference to the well known series of century woodblock prints by Utagawa Hiroshige, “One Hundred Famous Views of Edo”