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Ragged Claws Network Back in 2008, Mike Lynch posted a bunch of cartoons that he had scanned from Ever Since Adam and Eve, edited by Alfred Andriola and Mel Casson, who dedicated the book to the National Cartoonists Society. Here are the links: Featured artists include Alfred Andriola, Stan and Jan Berenstain, Walter Berndt, Milton Caniff, Irwin Caplan, Al Capp, George Clark, Chon Day, Gregory D’Alessio, Harry Devlin, Rube Goldberg, Harry Hanan, Al Hirschfeld, Hank Ketcham, Frank King, George Lichty, Marty Links, Kate Osann, Russell Patterson, Alex Raymond, Carl Rose, Charles Schulz, Ronald Searle, Barbara Schermund, Noel Sickles, Otto Soglow, Henry Syverson, J. W. Taylor, Hilda Terry, and Mort Walker. Quite a few heavy hitters in there, I think you’ll agree. Joe Peterson Joe Peterson is currently working as a senior concept artist at Blizzard Entertainment in Southern California. Joe has worked on video game titles like Starcraft II, Diablo 3, World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade and Firefall. Link:

Ltd. Art Gallery — Calendar March 2014 George R.R. Martin Presents: WINTER IS COMING the art show Polymer Clay Artist (◕␣~) Hello and welcome to my ART channel! here I upload sculpting demonstrations in time lapse and save those videos to playlists for my viewers to watch. Nothing is rehearsed or planned, as times I'm not sure if I can even do what I'm doing, but somehow its been working so far. I even point out my mistakes! The Encyclopedia of Tibetan Symbols and Motifs :: Buy from Amazon US, starting at $40.95, Guaranteed worth it by Yoso Tattoo! Tibetan Buddhism has one of the most complex iconographies of any religion. Robert Beer, the artist who brought to life the saints of Tibetan Buddhism inBuddhist Masters of Enchantment, has now brought the myriad symbols of Tibetan Buddhist art to life. Not exactly arranged like an encyclopedia, this book is more like a tour of the categories of Tibetan Buddhist symbols, beginning with Landscape Elements (rocks, clouds, rainbows, etc.); moving on to such areas as Flowers and Trees, Cosmology, and Mudras (hand gestures); and ending with Geometric Borders.

Twisted Metal Concept Art by Tyler West Concept artist Tyler West has released concept art he created for Twisted Metal. Tyler worked for more than a year collaborating remotely with David Jaffe and Eat Sleep Play. Co-designed all in-game vehicles and characters. Created storyboards for vehicle and character game mechanics. FUCK YEAH MONSTER GIRLS superjogurt: Day 16: Ghost GirlShe makes her rounds in the less populated hours of the night. The patients who have returned from death can see and appreciate all the work she does around the hospital. She can’t move on until her son, who’s been in intensive care for years now, isn’t in need of her anymore.It’s almost as if they don’t even feel the hospital’s budget cuts. Those still with a (morbid) sense of humor jokingly wish the boy never gets better.

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The Complete Shobogenzo thezensite: The Shōbōgenzō The Shōbōgenzō (Treasury of the True Dharma Eye) is the master work of the Japanese Sōtō Zen Master Eihei Dōgen (1200 - 1253). It consists of a series of lectures or talks given to his monks as recorded by his head monk, Ejo, who became his Dharma successor although Dōgen was involved in the editing and recording of some of the Shōbōgenzō. This is the first major Buddhist philosophical work composed in the Japanese language. There were only two complete English translations of the Shōbōgenzō previous to this version: Gudo Nishijima and Chodo Cross's Master Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō in four volumes (available from Windbell Publications) and Shobogenzo, The Eye and Treasury of the True Law, by Kosen Nishiyama and John Stevens.

Sam Spratt (Photo by Joey L ) Sam is a 24 year-old New York-based artist who graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2010 with a BFA in illustration. He immediately began work as Gawker Media's first-ever staffed illustrator where, over the course of 9 months, he created hundreds of on-demand illustrations and editorial packages that brought art to the world of tech-journalism. Since then, celebrities and corporations from around the world now come to Sam for their every creative need. From fine-art portraiture, to fantastical creatures and surrealism, to classical treatments of web and pop culture, and is deeply integrated into the beat of The Internet. Tens of thousands of people follow his social media presence devoutly as he generates viral illustrations on a regular basis--seen and shared by millions of people.