Same search, swapping the gender, page one of Google results.
This is one reason why I won’t shut up about it.
#DailySketch “Hold on.”
More journey sketching.
A poster on Reddit asks: What are two events that took place in the same time in history but don’t seem like they would have?
Spain was still a fascist dictatorship when Microsoft was founded.
There were no classes in calculus in Harvard’s…
Measles has surged back in Europe, while whooping cough is has become a problem here in the U.S.
Childhood immunization rates plummeted in parts of Europe and the U.K. after a 1998 study falsely claimed that the vaccine for measles, mumps and rubella was linked to autism.
That study has since been found to be fraudulent. But fears about vaccine safety have stuck around in Europe and here in the U.S.
NPR maps the resurgence of preventable diseases due to public ignorance and lamentable misinformation about vaccines.
Pair with Bill Gates on vaccines, animated.
This is the exact moment I’m in right now *sobs hysterically*
I love the little boat on this. (Also that the pennant on the boat is blowing in the right direction.)
(from a review of Vogler’s The Writer’s Journey: Mythic Structure for Writers at JohnAugust.com)
Because yesterday I was all “I wanna draw the Pevensie kids at Hogwarts" so then I did. Susan as a Ravenclaw, Edmund as a Slytherin, Lucy as a Hufflepuff and Peter, of course, as a Gryffindor. I like the idea of tiny Lucy having a lion for a patronus. :))))
The Thurifer, Owler, The Palace Guard, The Archer, & Gwyn | Graphite on Moleskine, 12” x 16 1/2”, 2013.
A collection of various ladyknights and wanderers I’ve drawn.
The style of these drawings is good enough for book illustration any day, IMO; in particular the Central European/Eastern influences in most of the costumes makes a change from Western medieval/Celtic/Viking and is both visually interesting and texturally very attractive.
That they’re done with pencil (or graphite stick?) on unforgiving Moleskine* paper is even more impressive.
(*I’ve found Rhodia to be a lot better both for fountain pen and drawing.)