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22nd of July

Terry-Toons Collection By Paul Terry


Paul Terry-toons – Dingbat and Sylvester the fox


Paul Terry-toons Sourpuss and Gandy Goose


Paul Terry-toons – Heckle And Jeckle


Paul Terry-toons – Oil Can Harry and Pearl PureHeart


Paul Terry-toons – Mighty Mouse

Paul-terry-toons Terry Bears

Paul Terry-toons – Terry Bears

Paul terry-toons - Dinky

Paul Terry-toons -Dinky

terrytoons - Litle Roquefort

Paul Terry-toons -Little Roquefort

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21st of July

Coloring a Manga Illustration Watercolor

The focus of this video is to demonstrat the application of watercolors on a manga character – I wish these skills came this natural to me!

– www.markcrilley.com –
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19th of July

Audrey Kawasaki – Oiran

I have posted Audrey Kawasaki – Oiran before but I liked it so much that i thought id dedicate another post just to this illustration.

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Audrey Kawasaki – Oiran

Video of Work by Audrey Kawasaki

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18th of July

Illustrations by Mignon Khargie




These simple geometric illustrations are nice. Fokes simple is not easy!

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18th of July

Beatrix Potter – The Rabbit’ Christmas Party

Beatrix Potter - The Rabbit’ Christmas Party

Beatrix Potter (1866-1943)
‘The Rabbits’ Christmas Party’
About 1890

At Sotheby’s London, Beatrix Potter’s original watercolour illustration of the final scene from “The Rabbit’ Christmas Party” was sold for the remarkable amount of £289,250 – nearly five times its presale estimate (est. £40,000-60,000). This has set a new record for book illustration sold at an auction.

The watercolour was one of 20 original illustrations, books, unpublished Christmas cards and letters by Beatrix Potter. They came from her brother, Bertram Potter, which were offered for sale in today’s auction of English Literature and History. The whole collection, which represents the most extensive group of Beatrix Potter artwork to have appeared on the market went for a total of £748,200.

Bertram Potter must be a very happy man.

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14th of July

Art and Illustrations by Shepard Fairey

Shepard Fairey has a whole range of subject but I posted these portraits because I think they work wonderfully together. There is something very prolific about them – Perhaps the colors (red and black) and/or the strong cultural and social references which gives these art works such weight.

Shepard Fairey – Malcolm X


Shepard Fairey – Mujer Fatal

Shepard Fairey – Arab Woman


Shepard Fairey – Peace Goddess


Shepard Fairey – Peace Mujer

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