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No idea if the artist intended it, but it's a perfect image of the cities of Netheril falling.

Today we feature the work of Pete Harrison, one of my all time favorite digital artists. Pete's photo manipulation work and talent for lighting effects is seriously impressive. Check out his awesome works today!

Karl Blossfeldt, Aspidium filixmas, Common male fern, young unfurling fronds - unfurling, undoing, ctrl z?

Aspidium filixmas, Common male fern, young unfurling fronds, by Karl Blossfeldt

I find this piece in particular to be relevant to what I am basing my design from. As my chosen festival is a surfing and music festival, I think a use of watercolours would be an appropriate (and also relevant) choice for print making experimentation.

WITHOUT THE SURFER - Wave watercolor painting - Giclee print Surf art surfboard painting Aqua Blue Zen drawing by Michelle Dujardin Surf watercolour Aquarelle

daily drawings by derek myers - Recherche Google

Daily Drawings by Derek Myers I love drawings like this and wish i could emmulate what they do. They're so calming and simple, so definite, that it inspires me personally to continue to practice drawing.

March 30, 2016 (Day 701) [Instagram] | [Tumblr] [Support Me: Patreon / Etsy / We Are The Mutiny ] Support me on Patreon to have prints delivered to your door each month!

culturenlifestyle: “Derek Myers and His Daily Dose Of Miniature Art Derek Myers is a proactive artist, his latest project involving sketching out a drawing a day for one year, using a felt pen.

First Instagram illustration of 2016! I've been traveling and sick the past couple weeks so I'm a little behind on here and life. #art #illustration by samlarson

Pen and Ink illustration by Sam Larson. Love the use of pointillism to help add tone to the sketch.

A simple stippled mountain from a few days ago. I have been doodling most of my life, and now it is slowly turning into a career. How neat is that?

David Rolyn: A simple stippled mountain from a few days ago. I have been doodling most of my life, and now it is slowly turning into a career. How neat is that?