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pikaart:

A tomato plant for my Aunt’s birthday.
I’ve been having a ton of artblock lately so here’s a small something to tide you over. I’ll have some backlogged stuff (finals and such) to post in a little while but for now I’m busy with getting back to Portland and moved into a new apartment.
This is watercolor and micron on watercolor paper 6x9

pikaart:

A tomato plant for my Aunt’s birthday.

I’ve been having a ton of artblock lately so here’s a small something to tide you over. I’ll have some backlogged stuff (finals and such) to post in a little while but for now I’m busy with getting back to Portland and moved into a new apartment.

This is watercolor and micron on watercolor paper 6x9

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drtanner:

gearstrike:

poisonskin:

supercontra:

surfdog2000:

noon:

drawnblog:

Ray Frenden reviews the too-cheap-to-be-true Monoprice graphics tablets. How do they stack up to industry standard Wacoms?

After spending a week with the 6.25“x10” Monoprice, my Yiynova and Cintiq remain unplugged and I gave my Intuos away to a friend. The Monoprice tracks subtle pressure variances and small movements with less lag and more crisp fidelity than any of the others. It is, put crudely, fucking awesome, in both OSX Lion and Windows 7 x64.


I have one of these, 10x6.5 I bought about two months ago for 48 bucks. It’s a billion times better than my old Wacom Bamboo and works like a fuckin dream.

ATTENTION ALL PENNY-PINCHING ART FRIENDS!!!

ooo reblogging this for potential future purchase

They’re DEF good. The textured surface makes drawing a lot more organic and it feels more like you’re drawing on paper. It’s super nice. Just a word of warning though—I had to replace mine twice in under a year due to it just failing out on me. Other people have had better luck, but just be aware. But, they offer free repairs and will often send you a new one!

This is what I use and it’s a REALLY solid tablet to boot.

SERIOUS CONSIDERATION 

drtanner:

gearstrike:

poisonskin:

supercontra:

surfdog2000:

noon:

drawnblog:

Ray Frenden reviews the too-cheap-to-be-true Monoprice graphics tablets. How do they stack up to industry standard Wacoms?

After spending a week with the 6.25“x10” Monoprice, my Yiynova and Cintiq remain unplugged and I gave my Intuos away to a friend. The Monoprice tracks subtle pressure variances and small movements with less lag and more crisp fidelity than any of the others. It is, put crudely, fucking awesome, in both OSX Lion and Windows 7 x64.

I have one of these, 10x6.5 I bought about two months ago for 48 bucks. It’s a billion times better than my old Wacom Bamboo and works like a fuckin dream.

ATTENTION ALL PENNY-PINCHING ART FRIENDS!!!

ooo reblogging this for potential future purchase

They’re DEF good. The textured surface makes drawing a lot more organic and it feels more like you’re drawing on paper. It’s super nice.
Just a word of warning though—I had to replace mine twice in under a year due to it just failing out on me. Other people have had better luck, but just be aware. But, they offer free repairs and will often send you a new one!

This is what I use and it’s a REALLY solid tablet to boot.

SERIOUS CONSIDERATION 

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I work almost every day now so I have a lot less time to be vapid and self absorbed but I am still very beautiful and need a haircut really bad

I work almost every day now so I have a lot less time to be vapid and self absorbed but I am still very beautiful and need a haircut really bad

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So how do you think you've changed since high school?
Well I became aware of oppressive power structures and how we are complicit in them and now seek to dismantle them.
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I also think I got hotter.
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thepropertyfiles:

HOME FOR A MAD MAN

We’ve all seen it: an A list actor or celebrity who has splurged out on a gargantuan mansion, hired an interior designer, and ‘blinged it up’ by several notches. Whenever I see the headline ‘Celebrity Home for Sale’, I’ll admit there’s a part of me that wants to check it out for nosiness sake - let’s face it, most of us are fascinated by how the ‘other half’ live - but the other part of me shies away from being reminded that money really doesn’t buy taste. Not even close.

Which is why I loved this house the moment I laid eyes on it, when it was featured in Dwell last year with these gorgeous photos by Joe Pugliese. And it’s why this compact, super-styled home marks the return of International Fridays this week as the property is now for sale.

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simulated:

Comme des Garcons Spring 2005 X Prada Spring 2008

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