Kt Obermanns

Drawing Until My Hand Falls Off


Ask me anything  
Person:I hate musicals
Person:They’re so gay
Me:
Person:
Me:
Cop:Can you tell me what happened?
Me:He ran into my knife.
Me:He ran into my knife ten times.
Ensemble out of nowhere: HE HAD IT COMIN’

That explains the huge backing orchestra I couldn’t see and the synchronized dancing from the room service chaps. 

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You wanna kiss da girl 
Sha la la la la la 

Please Reblog and don’t repost on other sites!

I’m crying,is Flynn the only one who thought to perform first aid while everyone just kissed him xkjhvfkjgsfhg

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  • Batman Begins
  • The Dark Knight
  • The Dark Knight Rises
  • The Dark Knight Rises Again
  • The Dark Knight Rises Further
  • The Dark Knight Rises Further Somemore
  • The Dark Knight Reaches the Troposphere
  • The Dark Knight Reaches the Stratosphere
  • The Dark Knight Reaches the Mesosphere
  • The Dark Knight Exits the Galaxy
  • The Dark Knight Has Stolen Fizzy Lifting Drinks
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Always reblog. Good on you, Frogman

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when she says she doesn’t send nudes

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when guys objectify women and expect them to send nudesimage

when someone asks you about your nuclear plans for russia

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When Russia sends you nudes

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GPOY

GPOY

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"Fares are for tourists, kid. Consider it a free lesson in street savoir faire from New York’s coolest quadruped"

This fucking movie

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MOTHERFUCKERS COULDN’T GET ON WONDER WOMEN’S LEVEL 

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dear fucking tumblr

this is a fucking bumblebee

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this is a fucking bee

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this is a fucking hornet

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this is a fucking wasp

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as you can fucking see the longer their legs are and the less fuzzy they are is equivalent to how fucking evil they fucking are

I feel like I just watched a step by step pokemon evolution

Just looking at the pictures as they progress makes my anxiety skyrocket.

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Um can we make wax seals a thing again? Cause these are just classy as fuck.

Wax Seals | BacktoZero

GUYS! IT’S NOT JUST SOME COOL, CUTESY DESIGN!

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I have been looking for original looking stamps for YEARS!

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They even have super nerdy ones! (I SO WANT THIS!)

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Plus really fun whimsical ones too!

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Seriously, if you have 20 to spend on something you’ve been wanting for years, GO DO IT!

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My friend puts them at the end of her letters, inside the envelope so it doesn’t come off. I’ve been looking for some nice ones of my own, and I think I may have found them.

REBLOGGING AGAIN JUST BECAUSE THEY’RE SO PRETTY

ALSO IN CASE ONE OF YOU WANTS TO BE UBER GENEROUS FOR MY BIRTHDAY THIS IS MY FAVORITE

https://www.etsy.com/listing/159297045/heraldic-dragon-gold-plated-wax-seal?ref=shop_home_active_58

I am quite fond of seals myself.

I have one. The USPS uses a machine sorter that’ll scrape them off your envelope, so heads up there.

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Bollywood Steampunk : Salkcity by MakeupSiren

This lovely lady name is Sunahala Registana and she is my new steampunk original character. I love the way it came out. I been planning to this style for a very long time and am happy it now a reality. The Jewelry is 100% created by me.

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Photographer: Andrew Williams

I have blogged this before.  But this version has more pictures AND attribution!

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I promised Lissa that I would take some process photos of how I draw rocks, because it is widely known that LISSA TREIMAN CAN’T DRAW ROCKS apparently, and so here they are!  It’s no video tutorial, but it’s something. :)

So drawing rocks is kinda different from drawing other stuff.
What I love about drawing rocks is that they’re abstract, but they’re abstract with their own logic and history to them.  Rocks look the way the do for a reason- sediments, erosion, eruption, human foot traffic, what have you- and it’s important to suss out those reasons while you’re drawing them.  Sometimes you know why rocks look the way they do (maybe you are intimately familiar with the Colorado plateau, I don’t know your deal), but a lot of the time it’s up to you to silently observe trends and features in the rock that speak to a grander system.

Learning geology is gonna seriously boost your rock-drawing skills.
At Bryce Canyon (technically an amphitheater or pothole!), you’re staring at the Pink Cliffs of the Claron formation- limestone eroded into elaborate fins and hoodoos through an ongoing freeze/thaw cycle.  Unlike the formations in Arches, where you can see elaborate upheavals and folds, Bryce’s sedimentary layers are blessedly flat- you can trace the layers across multiple hoodoos, each of them wearing differently according to their particular mineral composition.  Knowing this, knowing what to look for when you’re drawing a particular formation, is a fantastic tool for you as an artist- as you’re laying in the overall shape, these tiered layers give you visual anchors to check the scale and proportions of the rocks.  Thanks a lot, NATURE.

How I personally draw rocks.
A note about hatching- I generally prefer directional hatching, rather than flatter cross-hatching, when I’m working with pen.  Cross-hatching happens in the process, it’s inevitable, but hatching in a direction consistent with the form you’re drawing tends to make for much more plausible 3D forms that sit well in space.  Look to Franklin Booth and Charles Dana Gibson for some particularly expert hatching inspiration.  Try not to cry.  So!  Onto the process itself:

  • I start out with loose outlines, marking particularly important landmarks, change of planar direction, and any deep pits in the rock- they help to anchor the drawing down the line, and give me a nice base to work on top of.  This is the stage when I panic and think the sketch is going to turn out horribly.  It is an ugly stage.
  • From there, I tend to (apparently, I don’t think this is something I’m considering at the time) block out sections of rock to render with more detail, working the entire surface and trying to keep broader value structures in mind.  Those darker pits in the rock help ground me- they give me a “darkest dark” that I can work against as I’m laying down tones.
  • As I start working on new sections of rock, I’ll jump back and forth to cohere the sections, make sure they sit well in the value structure, that the forms are reading across the rock, etc.
  • While you sketch, make sure you aren’t overworking the surface of the rock- let your eyes go out of focus, and really prioritize where to add value, where to leave swaths of blank paper, etc.
  • Once I’m nearing the end of the sketch, I’ll do a quick pass of overall hatching to make sure the piece reads as a whole.  I love the local colour of the hoodoos- the transitions from pink to orange to white- and so I wanted to make sure there was a hint of that broad value structure in my sketch.
  • Add plants, if available.  Plants make everything better.

And you’re done!  Or, well, you’re kinda cold and your butt’s going numb.  Here’s the final piece I ended up with, alongside an in-focus photo of the rocks for comparison:

…it’s not perfect- I can start to pick it apart now that I have them side by side- but it’s pretty damn close! :)

Have fun drawing rocks ALL DAY LONG,
-C

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Discussion of cosplay usually concerns the creation of awesome costumes. But some people don’t need to use a single piece of fabric, fiberglass, Wonderflex or EVA foam to create a spectacular look. Such is the case with Alexys Fleming, aka MadeYewLook, a completely self-taught make-up artist who can completely transform herself into anyone or anything using make-up, thoughtful lighting and sometime contact lenses and the occasional homemade headpiece or hat. Each character is so well-realized that some of the photos require a good long stare in order to find Lex’s actual facial features. And some of them are truly terrifying.

MadeYewLook also posts excellent tutorials on both her Facebook page and her YouTube channel. Even if you don’t want to try your hand at personal transformation with makeup, be sure to visit both her Facebook and YouTube accounts simply to check out many more of her incredible cosplay creations.

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