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Character Designs - An Artist's Resource

Character Designs - An Artist's Resource
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This Is What The Top Athletes Look Like Without Their Clothes - Dose - Your Daily Dose of Amazing Posted Jul 09, by Jose Duarte It's that time of year again. ESPN came out with its Body Issue and it's getting me motivated to get back into the gym. Check it out. Jack Kirby-Julius Cesar costume designs In 1969, Sheldon Feldner contacted Marvel Comics, asking if one of Marvel’s artists would be interested in designing costumes for a production of William Shakespeare’s play Julius Caesar by the University Theatre Company at Santa Cruz at the newly-built Cowell College of the University of California at Santa Cruz. As luck would have it, the Kirby family had recently moved to California, and Stan Lee recommended that Feldner contact Jack Kirby. Kirby designed the costumes and provided a drawing that was used on posters, handbills and programs at no cost to the students.

John Mollo John Mollo (born 18 March 1931 in London, England) is a British costume designer and book author, most known for his Oscar-winning costume design for the Star Wars film series. He is the older brother of Andrew Mollo and Boris Mollo. Biography[edit] Discover How To Draw the Figure From Your Memory - Step One Thank you for signing up to be on our email notification list. Over the course of the next few weeks you will be receiving emails with links to some really cool video content. If you no longer wish to receive emails from us just simply click on unsubscribe at the bottom of the next email. Understanding the Fibonacci Sequence and Golden Ratio – Fractal Enlightenment The Fibonacci Sequence The Fibonacci sequence is possibly the most simple recurrence relation occurring in nature. It is 0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34,55,89, 144… each number equals the sum of the two numbers before it, and the difference of the two numbers succeeding it. It is an infinite sequence which goes on forever as it develops. The Golden Ratio/Divine Ratio or Golden Mean - The quotient of any Fibonacci number and it’s predecessor approaches Phi, represented as ϕ (1.618), the Golden ratio.

The First Miss Universe Pageant, 1952 Beauty pageants are a bit of a guilty pleasure of mine. We all know they’re silly and superficial but does anyone else here count Drop Dead Gorgeous as one of their favourite comedies from the 90s? What I like about this photo series that I pulled out of the trusty LIFE archives, is the behind-the-scenes element that photographer George Silk has managed to capture. The Shape of Design EDIT: Updated details on shipping, especially for our international friends. Hi. My name's Frank Chimero. I've spent the better part of the last two years writing and speaking on design and thinking about the topics that orbit the practice: storytelling, concept, craft, and improvisation.

Nomex A firefighter in Toronto, Canada affixes a Nomex hood in 2007. Properties[edit] Production[edit] The polymer is produced by condensation reaction from the monomers m-phenylenediamine and isophthaloyl chloride.[1] Wilfred Sweeny (1926–2011), the DuPont scientist responsible for discoveries leading to Nomex, earned a DuPont Lavoisier Medal[2] partly for this work in 2002.

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