Simply doing the Warhol method of photo manipulation felt to much like cheating. So in this instance I opted for an augmented trace.
Photoshop <2 hours
In case there was ever any doubt, proof positive that MJ was the most reluctant adult of all time. Link
All my life I have been searching for the six fingered man.
Pencil on Paper. Hour and a half
The Horror, The Horror Link
Photoshop. <2 Hours
The threat to the Great Lakes is deserving of a great site, there is one: Link
Piscine Molitor Patel. Spoiler alert: this wiki contains a detailed description of the novel’s plot.
Photoshop. 3 Hours
Now I have yet to put this plot generator through it’s paces, but I intend to give it a go. I am also interested to see what others create with it. Link
It really isn’t easy being green, but it is worthwhile.
Watercolour pencil on paper <1 Hour
Lectures on Quantum Physics: Link
Bill Gates @TED on getting real green: Link
Photoshop. 2 hours
A fellow Redditor Andrew Martin is doing a daily micro bust project and they are fantastic. Link
Don’t be nice to Allie,
he’s my nemesis.
Photoshop 2 Hours
Unfortunately some of my loved ones just don’t get Wes Anderson films, it’s one of those little tragedies.
If you do, then this link is for you.
Any brain will do.
Pencil on Paper. Hours of stuffing about on other pictures & about 1 hour on this.
Had I known of this fellow before starting this picture, I may have drawn him instead.
All Humans are vermin in the eyes of Morbo.
Pencil & Pen on Paper < three hours
For the Link today; the joyous and frequently NSFW Synthetic pubes.
Jane: “I’m telling you, puppets make anything funny. Give me something that isn’t funny.”
Daria: “Um… a plane crash — into a nuclear power plant.”
Jane: “Okay. Now, picture the same plane crash, only the cabin is full of screaming puppets flailing their skinny little puppet arms. Funny, right?”
-C/o this dated little site
Pencil on paper <2 hours, but not by much.
We have a whole lot of fresh viewers today. so it is worth explaining that some time back in the mists of last year I made a tradition of providing one of the many links in my overflowing bookmark folders each day today’s link <– is there . It is to the blog of Ryan Lang, an exceptional young artist.