Tain

Digital Scrap book.
People; Art; Doodle; Thoughts; Projects;
Questions?

sircuddlebuns:

Skip the Use - Nameless World

I AM SO IN LOVE WITH THIS! THE SONG AND THE ANIMATION ARE SO GOOD I AM HAVING AN OUT OF BODY EXPERIENCE PLEASE WATCH THIS YOU WILL NOT BE SORRY

(via snoots-and-boops)

hookteeth:

krakenqueen:

scales-and-fangs:

Dragon Snake (Xenodermus javanicus)

The sexiest snake that could ever exist in this world. I mean. LOOK AT THIS SNAKE.
*I’ve looked these guys up in previous years when I first came across them, and they haven’t become any less interesting to me.

Precious nubbin covered friend noodle.

(via snoots-and-boops)

austinkleon:

Original pre-Photoshop assemblages Dave McKean made for The Sandman covers

neil-gaiman:

poisonousliasons:

Before Photoshop

I miss them still…

They really were that size: paintings and assemblages that Dave would take to get photographed, and send the transparency to DC Comics to use as a cover.

Here’s McKean:

Some covers were painted, some drawn, but many of the first few were 5ft-high collage-type works made by me that we took to a high-res photography studio to shoot – this was all pre-computers. I ended up wandering around London with Neil trying to find interesting bits and bobs to use as imagery. We liberated a fantastic-looking broken door from a skip, and found odds and ends in antique shops. People started donating things: I did a signing in London and someone gave me a lamb’s heart in a block of resin. It got used a few times.

furioussterling:

jack089:

Exploded and dissected skulls. Beauchene Skull - Mounted preparation of human skulls were used to demonstrate better views of separate cranial bones. 19th Century. The above images, I presume, were most likely prepared and mounted by RMC.

(via eri-anthropy)