Eyvind Earle (1916-2000.) Earle was a painter, illustrator, and author. He also worked in the animation industry at Disney during the 1950’s. Animations he worked on included “Peter Pan”, “Sleeping Beauty”, and “Lady and the Tramp.” What I love about his work is his whimsical shapes, the color choices, and the surreal feeling of his images. Wonderful stuff. To view more I’ve provided a link to his gallery in Wikipaintings where most of these are from. Enjoy!
Another Tom! The contrasting softness and hardness in all his paintings is very immediate. In some areas the colours trail off and blend into nothing, in others there’s this rich depth of lines and shapes. Cool stuff.
Don’t forget to check out these artists websites, there is so much to see and then more. Art is something to be embraced.
When I was a kid playing Pokemon Blue Version on my brand new Gameboy, I chose Squirtle as my starter because I thought he was the cutest. (although to be fair, they were all adorable). It was the first game I ever actually beat and as I went into the final Gym Battles and…
Here’s a bunch of sketches from a potential side project from last year that didn’t really go anywhere that I had sitting around in a folder.
Was gonna be a 2-player metroidvania kinda thing with a brother and sister getting these evil possessed masks, overpowering the cursed sorcerer souls or whatever inside the masks, and kicking the shit out of stuff looking for power.