Man oh Mandarin, that’s a great trilogy.
OMFG this is amazing. I love the twin towers one (or should I say… twin pagodas???) the most. Although I also like the early landscape style of the “Ring Guarding Alliance”
Holy crap did you know porcupines sounded this cute? I didn’t!
ITS LIKE YOU CAN TELL EXACTLY HOW THEY’D SOUND IF THEY SPOKE OUR LANGUAGE
AAAAAAAAHAHA I’M DYING LAUGHING
porcupines sound like someone speaking through a kazoo and I tihnk that’s fantastic
so basically porcupines are pokemon
I think grubs in Homestuck might sound like this!
I vividly remember a few moments from when I was growing up that - as corny as it sounds, felt like they’d altered my life a little bit. One was when I was six years old and I watched The Little Mermaid for the first time and the other: Sailor Moon when I was 13. I can’t even describe how much they blew my young mind and I’m sure they’re some of the biggest influences that nudged me into art.Both have a certain reverence with me and as much as I drew them growing up neither of them are something I’ve painted now that I’m all grown up, there’s definitely a feeling that whatever I paint won’t do justice to it but; I adored Sailor Moon from the very first second I saw it on tv. I would wake up at the crack of dawn before school to watch this and then race home again afterwards to watch the repeat. I think it’s about time I paid homage to one of my favourite anime’s ever; Sailor Moon!I am also totally effing stoked for the reboot coming soon!Photoshop CS5 & Wacom Intuos 5
This is beautiful. Oh my goodness. Her hands are exquisite.
Google Ideas, the New York City-based “think/do tank” run by the Internet search giant, is launching several new technologies designed to highlight hacker attacks around the world and help people in repressive regimes access the Internet. The new products, which are being announced Monday at the Google Ideas Summit in New York City, represent the most substantial offerings delivered by the three-year-old Google policy unit and could be a major boon to activists and reformers in the world’s most closed and repressive societies.
“There are billions of people around the world living in environments that severely restrict their free expression,” Jared Cohen, Director of Google Ideas, told TIME in an interview on Sunday. “We want to empower them to have access to the same Internet that the rest of us experience. We talk about how we have a responsibility to our users. That also includes people in Iran, North Korea, Cuba, and Syria, where the challenges are so serious.”
Cohen, a 31-year-old geopolitical expert, earned undergraduate and graduate degrees from Stanford and Oxford and later worked as a U.S. State Department advisor to Condoleezza Rice and Hillary Clinton before being asked by Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt to launch Google Ideas in 2010. Cohen, who co-authored The New Digital Age with Schmidt in April, said that he was attracted to Google by the “activist spirit” of many of the company’s employees.