This is my personal blog. I use this space to reblog stuff I like and to engage in awkward socialisation. My work can be found on my main blog.MAIN/ART BLOG
Stairway inside the caves of Beit Guvrin National Park, Israel (by elroyie).
I think you can safely assume that every single nature-related reblog I make is something I’d like to model in 3D someday.
the only difference between fanart and work you are paid to do is that the person paying you is the idea maker. and I’m specifically not talking about legal issues, I’m talking about the concept of making of fanart vs the concept of making of work for pay
it’s still fanart you are getting paid to do, especially if you like what you are being paid to do
that’s the big secret
fanart isn’t morally corrupt. it’s not embarrassing and it’s not shameful. it’s art. making art based off other people’s ideas is good practice for when you get paid to do the exact same thing anyway, since most of us don’t get the luxury of working on our own concepts start to finish. we do work for others.
don’t be afraid to make fanart, whoever you are who reads my dumb text posts hi
Kromlauer Park is a gothic style, 200-acre country park in the municipality of Kromlau in the Görlitz Gablenzgasse district in Germany. An incredible attraction of the park is the Rakotzbrücke, more popularly known as Devil’s Bridge.
The impressive arch bridge was built around 1860. During its construction, other peculiar rock formations were built on the lake and in the park. Devil’s Bridge is no longer open to the public to ensure its preservation. A unique feature of the bridge is that its reflection on the water’s surface creates a flawless circle, regardless of which side is being viewed.
OH MY GOD VEIT WE HAVE TO GO HERE
VEIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIT BASALT COLUMNSSSSSSSS
even though it’s closed
maybe we should go somewhere else that has them I guess
animation tutorial part. 1 AKA “the secret of animation”
My classmate Giovanni Braggio made this wonderful tutorial video on how to animate in Maya as a final project at the Professional Animation Course I have attended to at The Animation Workshop in Viborg.
It’s a real eye opener. Watch it. To the finish. You won’t regret it!
This is the best everyone please watch.
those last 4 seconds are about as real as you can get.
this is a great tutorial, and completely true to form. especially the last part.