russelldauterman:

CBR posted Cyclops character sketches!

I tried to de-disco Corsair a bit with his new look.  :)

oldnewyork:

Growing up in the Lower East Side in the 1950s
"Walking to school each day, I passed the Italian butcher shop, carcasses hanging in the window, and the fish monger, the dead bodies of fish, heads and tails intact staring up at me from their bed of ice … The Italian grocer on the corner, narrow and dark, redolent of those smells only an Italian grocery has: Parmesan cheese, olives, prosciutto and more …"
" … the bodega where the Puerto Rican owner spoke no English and I stood with a nickel or dime in my grimy hand working hard to choose penny-candy from the glass case … Dots (those pastel half-circles of sugar pasted on a long strip of white paper), Smarties, miniature wax Coke bottles filled with dark syrup, red wax lips, candy cigarettes, Necco Wafers …"
"The Italian ice place next-door [sold] lemon ices, smooth and tart, … served in a pleated paper cup. You’d squish it to get the ices to come up where they could be licked…"
Dammit, Billie Frank, you have my childhood and I want it back.

oldnewyork:

Growing up in the Lower East Side in the 1950s

"Walking to school each day, I passed the Italian butcher shop, carcasses hanging in the window, and the fish monger, the dead bodies of fish, heads and tails intact staring up at me from their bed of ice … The Italian grocer on the corner, narrow and dark, redolent of those smells only an Italian grocery has: Parmesan cheese, olives, prosciutto and more …"

" … the bodega where the Puerto Rican owner spoke no English and I stood with a nickel or dime in my grimy hand working hard to choose penny-candy from the glass case … Dots (those pastel half-circles of sugar pasted on a long strip of white paper), Smarties, miniature wax Coke bottles filled with dark syrup, red wax lips, candy cigarettes, Necco Wafers …"

"The Italian ice place next-door [sold] lemon ices, smooth and tart, … served in a pleated paper cup. You’d squish it to get the ices to come up where they could be licked…"

Dammit, Billie Frank, you have my childhood and I want it back.

g1988:

Can it get more epic than Scott C’s contribution to our Ghostbusters show?This painting is mind-blowing.
Come see it in person, starting TOMORROW, at our NY pop-up location at 69 Leonard St. in New York City. We will have our opening reception from 7-10 PM, then be open every day through the 26th, even Easter, from 11-7 PM.
Learn as much as you can at Ghostbusters30th.com.

g1988:

Can it get more epic than Scott C’s contribution to our Ghostbusters show?This painting is mind-blowing.

Come see it in person, starting TOMORROW, at our NY pop-up location at 69 Leonard St. in New York City. We will have our opening reception from 7-10 PM, then be open every day through the 26th, even Easter, from 11-7 PM.

Learn as much as you can at Ghostbusters30th.com.

My van.

My van.

(Source: vespertinebliss)

bassman5911:

HMAS Wato. by tormentor4555 on Flickr.
 HMAS Wato (W127) was a tug boat operated by the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) during World War II. During World War I she was operated by the Royal Navy in the Mediterranean Sea. She later operated as a tug boat for the Adelaide Steam Tug Company before being requistioned by the RAN. .Built by J. T. Eltringham & Company, South Shields in 1904 for the Adelaide Steam Tug Company and arrived in Australia in October 1904. Wato served with the Royal Navy in the Mediterranean during World War I. After being requisitioned by the RAN on 11 May 1941, she was sent to Darwin, Northern Territory. During the Japanese air raid on Darwin on 19 February 1942 she pulled an oil lighter clear of the Barossa, and then pulled the Barossa away from the MV Neptuna, only moments before the Neptuna exploded. As the war moved away from Australia, Wato operated around New Guinea until 1944 before being operated out of Sydney the end of the war. The vessel earned a single battle honour, “Darwin 1942”, for her wartime service. She was returned to owners and was later scrapped in 1955.

bassman5911:

HMAS Wato. by tormentor4555 on Flickr.



HMAS Wato (W127) was a tug boat operated by the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) during World War II. During World War I she was operated by the Royal Navy in the Mediterranean Sea. She later operated as a tug boat for the Adelaide Steam Tug Company before being requistioned by the RAN. .Built by J. T. Eltringham & Company, South Shields in 1904 for the Adelaide Steam Tug Company and arrived in Australia in October 1904. Wato served with the Royal Navy in the Mediterranean during World War I.

After being requisitioned by the RAN on 11 May 1941, she was sent to Darwin, Northern Territory. During the Japanese air raid on Darwin on 19 February 1942 she pulled an oil lighter clear of the Barossa, and then pulled the Barossa away from the MV Neptuna, only moments before the Neptuna exploded. As the war moved away from Australia, Wato operated around New Guinea until 1944 before being operated out of Sydney the end of the war. The vessel earned a single battle honour, “Darwin 1942”, for her wartime service.

She was returned to owners and was later scrapped in 1955.

ca-tsuka:

Elbion, El despertar de Nagah animation project by spanish Sunshine Animation studio (watch teaser).

theveryworstthing:

use your inside voice.

theveryworstthing:

use your inside voice.

gobeur:

desperate spacewife

gobeur:

desperate spacewife

dommifox:

They’re gonna eat all the chickens…

dommifox:

They’re gonna eat all the chickens…

audzilla:

Tiny Griffin! The first in a mini series of mini mythological creatures.

audzilla:

Tiny Griffin! The first in a mini series of mini mythological creatures.

fraupornuar:

Nicola Samorì

12-gauge-rage:

PEO XM25 CDTES

blackyjunkgallery:

i’ve juste arrived at tokyo, so i didn’t have the time to really work and i’m still waiting for my desk. My current work station is cute, but not very fonctionnal. 
So today, just a little sketches.
I hope better next time fellows !