dccomicgeek:

DC Meme 10 male characters

(8/10) Damian Wayne

duss005:

1 of 2 pieces I started a while back, it’s been sitting on my desk for almost half a year waiting to be finished. I dont think I’ll ever get back to it, so gonna post the pencils.

duss005:

1 of 2 pieces I started a while back, it’s been sitting on my desk for almost half a year waiting to be finished. I dont think I’ll ever get back to it, so gonna post the pencils.

reblogofyuccaflats:

Dumping some art and fan art for Green Lantern: Blackest Night, from when it first began, with a couple pieces touching on the White Lanterns. We currently know more about the Indigo Tribe, there’s basically no Blue Lanterns left, and I think Black Hand is actually dead, for now.
reblogofyuccaflats:

Dumping some art and fan art for Green Lantern: Blackest Night, from when it first began, with a couple pieces touching on the White Lanterns. We currently know more about the Indigo Tribe, there’s basically no Blue Lanterns left, and I think Black Hand is actually dead, for now.
reblogofyuccaflats:

Dumping some art and fan art for Green Lantern: Blackest Night, from when it first began, with a couple pieces touching on the White Lanterns. We currently know more about the Indigo Tribe, there’s basically no Blue Lanterns left, and I think Black Hand is actually dead, for now.
reblogofyuccaflats:

Dumping some art and fan art for Green Lantern: Blackest Night, from when it first began, with a couple pieces touching on the White Lanterns. We currently know more about the Indigo Tribe, there’s basically no Blue Lanterns left, and I think Black Hand is actually dead, for now.
reblogofyuccaflats:

Dumping some art and fan art for Green Lantern: Blackest Night, from when it first began, with a couple pieces touching on the White Lanterns. We currently know more about the Indigo Tribe, there’s basically no Blue Lanterns left, and I think Black Hand is actually dead, for now.
reblogofyuccaflats:

Dumping some art and fan art for Green Lantern: Blackest Night, from when it first began, with a couple pieces touching on the White Lanterns. We currently know more about the Indigo Tribe, there’s basically no Blue Lanterns left, and I think Black Hand is actually dead, for now.
reblogofyuccaflats:

Dumping some art and fan art for Green Lantern: Blackest Night, from when it first began, with a couple pieces touching on the White Lanterns. We currently know more about the Indigo Tribe, there’s basically no Blue Lanterns left, and I think Black Hand is actually dead, for now.
reblogofyuccaflats:

Dumping some art and fan art for Green Lantern: Blackest Night, from when it first began, with a couple pieces touching on the White Lanterns. We currently know more about the Indigo Tribe, there’s basically no Blue Lanterns left, and I think Black Hand is actually dead, for now.
reblogofyuccaflats:

Dumping some art and fan art for Green Lantern: Blackest Night, from when it first began, with a couple pieces touching on the White Lanterns. We currently know more about the Indigo Tribe, there’s basically no Blue Lanterns left, and I think Black Hand is actually dead, for now.
reblogofyuccaflats:

Dumping some art and fan art for Green Lantern: Blackest Night, from when it first began, with a couple pieces touching on the White Lanterns. We currently know more about the Indigo Tribe, there’s basically no Blue Lanterns left, and I think Black Hand is actually dead, for now.

reblogofyuccaflats:

Dumping some art and fan art for Green Lantern: Blackest Night, from when it first began, with a couple pieces touching on the White Lanterns. We currently know more about the Indigo Tribe, there’s basically no Blue Lanterns left, and I think Black Hand is actually dead, for now.

ivannesque:

juno-magic:

here-comes-old-vodka-tits:

thedrunkenenigma:

deanandaidan:

happynervosa:

mrlapadite:

The “Reflection” series of older people looking at their younger selves in mirrors.

This is so beautiful

Oh my god this is amazing

Amazing shit, this scares the hell out of me

This makes me cry every fucking time.

Photographer: Tom Hussey
Interesting interview: Best of 2010/asmp

did you guys wonder what would we see?
ivannesque:

juno-magic:

here-comes-old-vodka-tits:

thedrunkenenigma:

deanandaidan:

happynervosa:

mrlapadite:

The “Reflection” series of older people looking at their younger selves in mirrors.

This is so beautiful

Oh my god this is amazing

Amazing shit, this scares the hell out of me

This makes me cry every fucking time.

Photographer: Tom Hussey
Interesting interview: Best of 2010/asmp

did you guys wonder what would we see?
ivannesque:

juno-magic:

here-comes-old-vodka-tits:

thedrunkenenigma:

deanandaidan:

happynervosa:

mrlapadite:

The “Reflection” series of older people looking at their younger selves in mirrors.

This is so beautiful

Oh my god this is amazing

Amazing shit, this scares the hell out of me

This makes me cry every fucking time.

Photographer: Tom Hussey
Interesting interview: Best of 2010/asmp

did you guys wonder what would we see?
ivannesque:

juno-magic:

here-comes-old-vodka-tits:

thedrunkenenigma:

deanandaidan:

happynervosa:

mrlapadite:

The “Reflection” series of older people looking at their younger selves in mirrors.

This is so beautiful

Oh my god this is amazing

Amazing shit, this scares the hell out of me

This makes me cry every fucking time.

Photographer: Tom Hussey
Interesting interview: Best of 2010/asmp

did you guys wonder what would we see?
ivannesque:

juno-magic:

here-comes-old-vodka-tits:

thedrunkenenigma:

deanandaidan:

happynervosa:

mrlapadite:

The “Reflection” series of older people looking at their younger selves in mirrors.

This is so beautiful

Oh my god this is amazing

Amazing shit, this scares the hell out of me

This makes me cry every fucking time.

Photographer: Tom Hussey
Interesting interview: Best of 2010/asmp

did you guys wonder what would we see?
ivannesque:

juno-magic:

here-comes-old-vodka-tits:

thedrunkenenigma:

deanandaidan:

happynervosa:

mrlapadite:

The “Reflection” series of older people looking at their younger selves in mirrors.

This is so beautiful

Oh my god this is amazing

Amazing shit, this scares the hell out of me

This makes me cry every fucking time.

Photographer: Tom Hussey
Interesting interview: Best of 2010/asmp

did you guys wonder what would we see?
ivannesque:

juno-magic:

here-comes-old-vodka-tits:

thedrunkenenigma:

deanandaidan:

happynervosa:

mrlapadite:

The “Reflection” series of older people looking at their younger selves in mirrors.

This is so beautiful

Oh my god this is amazing

Amazing shit, this scares the hell out of me

This makes me cry every fucking time.

Photographer: Tom Hussey
Interesting interview: Best of 2010/asmp

did you guys wonder what would we see?
ivannesque:

juno-magic:

here-comes-old-vodka-tits:

thedrunkenenigma:

deanandaidan:

happynervosa:

mrlapadite:

The “Reflection” series of older people looking at their younger selves in mirrors.

This is so beautiful

Oh my god this is amazing

Amazing shit, this scares the hell out of me

This makes me cry every fucking time.

Photographer: Tom Hussey
Interesting interview: Best of 2010/asmp

did you guys wonder what would we see?
ivannesque:

juno-magic:

here-comes-old-vodka-tits:

thedrunkenenigma:

deanandaidan:

happynervosa:

mrlapadite:

The “Reflection” series of older people looking at their younger selves in mirrors.

This is so beautiful

Oh my god this is amazing

Amazing shit, this scares the hell out of me

This makes me cry every fucking time.

Photographer: Tom Hussey
Interesting interview: Best of 2010/asmp

did you guys wonder what would we see?
ivannesque:

juno-magic:

here-comes-old-vodka-tits:

thedrunkenenigma:

deanandaidan:

happynervosa:

mrlapadite:

The “Reflection” series of older people looking at their younger selves in mirrors.

This is so beautiful

Oh my god this is amazing

Amazing shit, this scares the hell out of me

This makes me cry every fucking time.

Photographer: Tom Hussey
Interesting interview: Best of 2010/asmp

did you guys wonder what would we see?

ivannesque:

juno-magic:

here-comes-old-vodka-tits:

thedrunkenenigma:

deanandaidan:

happynervosa:

mrlapadite:

The “Reflection” series of older people looking at their younger selves in mirrors.

This is so beautiful

Oh my god this is amazing

Amazing shit, this scares the hell out of me

This makes me cry every fucking time.

Photographer: Tom Hussey

Interesting interview: Best of 2010/asmp

did you guys wonder what would we see?

kateordie:

Prepare yourselves appropriately, because this is happening.
Batgirl is getting a relaunch by Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher and Babs Freakin’ Tarr. You know, your actual favourite artist who drew the Bosozoku Sailor Scouts? SHE’S DRAWING BATGIRL. I’ll calm down… eventually?!
More info at MTV!
kateordie:

Prepare yourselves appropriately, because this is happening.
Batgirl is getting a relaunch by Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher and Babs Freakin’ Tarr. You know, your actual favourite artist who drew the Bosozoku Sailor Scouts? SHE’S DRAWING BATGIRL. I’ll calm down… eventually?!
More info at MTV!
kateordie:

Prepare yourselves appropriately, because this is happening.
Batgirl is getting a relaunch by Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher and Babs Freakin’ Tarr. You know, your actual favourite artist who drew the Bosozoku Sailor Scouts? SHE’S DRAWING BATGIRL. I’ll calm down… eventually?!
More info at MTV!

kateordie:

Prepare yourselves appropriately, because this is happening.

Batgirl is getting a relaunch by Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher and Babs Freakin’ Tarr. You know, your actual favourite artist who drew the Bosozoku Sailor Scouts? SHE’S DRAWING BATGIRL. I’ll calm down… eventually?!

More info at MTV!

archiemcphee:

The Department of Teeny-weeny Wonders can’t stop marveling at the impeccably detailed, impossibly tiny miniature food created by Rochester, MN-based artist Kim of fairchildart. From fruit and veggies to mouthwatering main courses, tantalizing sweets, and even a cannibal’s feast, all of Kim’s 1:12 scale food sculptures are handmade using polymer clay, needles, colored chalk pastels, rocks, razor blades and awesome attention to detail.

"I started out in July of 2008 with a book by Sue Heaser called Making Doll’s House Miniatures with Polymer Clay. It’s a fantastic book with very easy to follow tutorials on everything from miniature potatoes to Tiffany style lamps. I was amazed at how such simple clay techniques could produce incredibly realistic results. From there I started using pictures of real food as a reference and it’s spiraled into an obsession ever since!”

When asked how she manages to make her miniature food look so realistic, Kim says that secret to her success is: “a good dose of artistic masochism and being a stickler for details.”
Click here to view lots more of Kim’s fantastically food miniatures.
She also has pieces available for purchase via the fairchildart Etsy shop.
[via DeMilked]
archiemcphee:

The Department of Teeny-weeny Wonders can’t stop marveling at the impeccably detailed, impossibly tiny miniature food created by Rochester, MN-based artist Kim of fairchildart. From fruit and veggies to mouthwatering main courses, tantalizing sweets, and even a cannibal’s feast, all of Kim’s 1:12 scale food sculptures are handmade using polymer clay, needles, colored chalk pastels, rocks, razor blades and awesome attention to detail.

"I started out in July of 2008 with a book by Sue Heaser called Making Doll’s House Miniatures with Polymer Clay. It’s a fantastic book with very easy to follow tutorials on everything from miniature potatoes to Tiffany style lamps. I was amazed at how such simple clay techniques could produce incredibly realistic results. From there I started using pictures of real food as a reference and it’s spiraled into an obsession ever since!”

When asked how she manages to make her miniature food look so realistic, Kim says that secret to her success is: “a good dose of artistic masochism and being a stickler for details.”
Click here to view lots more of Kim’s fantastically food miniatures.
She also has pieces available for purchase via the fairchildart Etsy shop.
[via DeMilked]
archiemcphee:

The Department of Teeny-weeny Wonders can’t stop marveling at the impeccably detailed, impossibly tiny miniature food created by Rochester, MN-based artist Kim of fairchildart. From fruit and veggies to mouthwatering main courses, tantalizing sweets, and even a cannibal’s feast, all of Kim’s 1:12 scale food sculptures are handmade using polymer clay, needles, colored chalk pastels, rocks, razor blades and awesome attention to detail.

"I started out in July of 2008 with a book by Sue Heaser called Making Doll’s House Miniatures with Polymer Clay. It’s a fantastic book with very easy to follow tutorials on everything from miniature potatoes to Tiffany style lamps. I was amazed at how such simple clay techniques could produce incredibly realistic results. From there I started using pictures of real food as a reference and it’s spiraled into an obsession ever since!”

When asked how she manages to make her miniature food look so realistic, Kim says that secret to her success is: “a good dose of artistic masochism and being a stickler for details.”
Click here to view lots more of Kim’s fantastically food miniatures.
She also has pieces available for purchase via the fairchildart Etsy shop.
[via DeMilked]
archiemcphee:

The Department of Teeny-weeny Wonders can’t stop marveling at the impeccably detailed, impossibly tiny miniature food created by Rochester, MN-based artist Kim of fairchildart. From fruit and veggies to mouthwatering main courses, tantalizing sweets, and even a cannibal’s feast, all of Kim’s 1:12 scale food sculptures are handmade using polymer clay, needles, colored chalk pastels, rocks, razor blades and awesome attention to detail.

"I started out in July of 2008 with a book by Sue Heaser called Making Doll’s House Miniatures with Polymer Clay. It’s a fantastic book with very easy to follow tutorials on everything from miniature potatoes to Tiffany style lamps. I was amazed at how such simple clay techniques could produce incredibly realistic results. From there I started using pictures of real food as a reference and it’s spiraled into an obsession ever since!”

When asked how she manages to make her miniature food look so realistic, Kim says that secret to her success is: “a good dose of artistic masochism and being a stickler for details.”
Click here to view lots more of Kim’s fantastically food miniatures.
She also has pieces available for purchase via the fairchildart Etsy shop.
[via DeMilked]
archiemcphee:

The Department of Teeny-weeny Wonders can’t stop marveling at the impeccably detailed, impossibly tiny miniature food created by Rochester, MN-based artist Kim of fairchildart. From fruit and veggies to mouthwatering main courses, tantalizing sweets, and even a cannibal’s feast, all of Kim’s 1:12 scale food sculptures are handmade using polymer clay, needles, colored chalk pastels, rocks, razor blades and awesome attention to detail.

"I started out in July of 2008 with a book by Sue Heaser called Making Doll’s House Miniatures with Polymer Clay. It’s a fantastic book with very easy to follow tutorials on everything from miniature potatoes to Tiffany style lamps. I was amazed at how such simple clay techniques could produce incredibly realistic results. From there I started using pictures of real food as a reference and it’s spiraled into an obsession ever since!”

When asked how she manages to make her miniature food look so realistic, Kim says that secret to her success is: “a good dose of artistic masochism and being a stickler for details.”
Click here to view lots more of Kim’s fantastically food miniatures.
She also has pieces available for purchase via the fairchildart Etsy shop.
[via DeMilked]
archiemcphee:

The Department of Teeny-weeny Wonders can’t stop marveling at the impeccably detailed, impossibly tiny miniature food created by Rochester, MN-based artist Kim of fairchildart. From fruit and veggies to mouthwatering main courses, tantalizing sweets, and even a cannibal’s feast, all of Kim’s 1:12 scale food sculptures are handmade using polymer clay, needles, colored chalk pastels, rocks, razor blades and awesome attention to detail.

"I started out in July of 2008 with a book by Sue Heaser called Making Doll’s House Miniatures with Polymer Clay. It’s a fantastic book with very easy to follow tutorials on everything from miniature potatoes to Tiffany style lamps. I was amazed at how such simple clay techniques could produce incredibly realistic results. From there I started using pictures of real food as a reference and it’s spiraled into an obsession ever since!”

When asked how she manages to make her miniature food look so realistic, Kim says that secret to her success is: “a good dose of artistic masochism and being a stickler for details.”
Click here to view lots more of Kim’s fantastically food miniatures.
She also has pieces available for purchase via the fairchildart Etsy shop.
[via DeMilked]
archiemcphee:

The Department of Teeny-weeny Wonders can’t stop marveling at the impeccably detailed, impossibly tiny miniature food created by Rochester, MN-based artist Kim of fairchildart. From fruit and veggies to mouthwatering main courses, tantalizing sweets, and even a cannibal’s feast, all of Kim’s 1:12 scale food sculptures are handmade using polymer clay, needles, colored chalk pastels, rocks, razor blades and awesome attention to detail.

"I started out in July of 2008 with a book by Sue Heaser called Making Doll’s House Miniatures with Polymer Clay. It’s a fantastic book with very easy to follow tutorials on everything from miniature potatoes to Tiffany style lamps. I was amazed at how such simple clay techniques could produce incredibly realistic results. From there I started using pictures of real food as a reference and it’s spiraled into an obsession ever since!”

When asked how she manages to make her miniature food look so realistic, Kim says that secret to her success is: “a good dose of artistic masochism and being a stickler for details.”
Click here to view lots more of Kim’s fantastically food miniatures.
She also has pieces available for purchase via the fairchildart Etsy shop.
[via DeMilked]
archiemcphee:

The Department of Teeny-weeny Wonders can’t stop marveling at the impeccably detailed, impossibly tiny miniature food created by Rochester, MN-based artist Kim of fairchildart. From fruit and veggies to mouthwatering main courses, tantalizing sweets, and even a cannibal’s feast, all of Kim’s 1:12 scale food sculptures are handmade using polymer clay, needles, colored chalk pastels, rocks, razor blades and awesome attention to detail.

"I started out in July of 2008 with a book by Sue Heaser called Making Doll’s House Miniatures with Polymer Clay. It’s a fantastic book with very easy to follow tutorials on everything from miniature potatoes to Tiffany style lamps. I was amazed at how such simple clay techniques could produce incredibly realistic results. From there I started using pictures of real food as a reference and it’s spiraled into an obsession ever since!”

When asked how she manages to make her miniature food look so realistic, Kim says that secret to her success is: “a good dose of artistic masochism and being a stickler for details.”
Click here to view lots more of Kim’s fantastically food miniatures.
She also has pieces available for purchase via the fairchildart Etsy shop.
[via DeMilked]
archiemcphee:

The Department of Teeny-weeny Wonders can’t stop marveling at the impeccably detailed, impossibly tiny miniature food created by Rochester, MN-based artist Kim of fairchildart. From fruit and veggies to mouthwatering main courses, tantalizing sweets, and even a cannibal’s feast, all of Kim’s 1:12 scale food sculptures are handmade using polymer clay, needles, colored chalk pastels, rocks, razor blades and awesome attention to detail.

"I started out in July of 2008 with a book by Sue Heaser called Making Doll’s House Miniatures with Polymer Clay. It’s a fantastic book with very easy to follow tutorials on everything from miniature potatoes to Tiffany style lamps. I was amazed at how such simple clay techniques could produce incredibly realistic results. From there I started using pictures of real food as a reference and it’s spiraled into an obsession ever since!”

When asked how she manages to make her miniature food look so realistic, Kim says that secret to her success is: “a good dose of artistic masochism and being a stickler for details.”
Click here to view lots more of Kim’s fantastically food miniatures.
She also has pieces available for purchase via the fairchildart Etsy shop.
[via DeMilked]
archiemcphee:

The Department of Teeny-weeny Wonders can’t stop marveling at the impeccably detailed, impossibly tiny miniature food created by Rochester, MN-based artist Kim of fairchildart. From fruit and veggies to mouthwatering main courses, tantalizing sweets, and even a cannibal’s feast, all of Kim’s 1:12 scale food sculptures are handmade using polymer clay, needles, colored chalk pastels, rocks, razor blades and awesome attention to detail.

"I started out in July of 2008 with a book by Sue Heaser called Making Doll’s House Miniatures with Polymer Clay. It’s a fantastic book with very easy to follow tutorials on everything from miniature potatoes to Tiffany style lamps. I was amazed at how such simple clay techniques could produce incredibly realistic results. From there I started using pictures of real food as a reference and it’s spiraled into an obsession ever since!”

When asked how she manages to make her miniature food look so realistic, Kim says that secret to her success is: “a good dose of artistic masochism and being a stickler for details.”
Click here to view lots more of Kim’s fantastically food miniatures.
She also has pieces available for purchase via the fairchildart Etsy shop.
[via DeMilked]

archiemcphee:

The Department of Teeny-weeny Wonders can’t stop marveling at the impeccably detailed, impossibly tiny miniature food created by Rochester, MN-based artist Kim of fairchildart. From fruit and veggies to mouthwatering main courses, tantalizing sweets, and even a cannibal’s feast, all of Kim’s 1:12 scale food sculptures are handmade using polymer clay, needles, colored chalk pastels, rocks, razor blades and awesome attention to detail.

"I started out in July of 2008 with a book by Sue Heaser called Making Doll’s House Miniatures with Polymer Clay. It’s a fantastic book with very easy to follow tutorials on everything from miniature potatoes to Tiffany style lamps. I was amazed at how such simple clay techniques could produce incredibly realistic results. From there I started using pictures of real food as a reference and it’s spiraled into an obsession ever since!”

When asked how she manages to make her miniature food look so realistic, Kim says that secret to her success is: “a good dose of artistic masochism and being a stickler for details.”

Click here to view lots more of Kim’s fantastically food miniatures.

She also has pieces available for purchase via the fairchildart Etsy shop.

[via DeMilked]