Apathetic Dyke Lizard

drtanner:

suicunesrider:

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Remember in 1993 when Jurassic Park was like…the end all, be all of special effects?

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not gonna lie that still looks intimately real

I’m still somewhat convinced that someone sold their soul to create the special effects in Jurassic Park because that shit is over 20 years old and it still really, really holds up, better than the stuff in a lot of current movies, even.

Fucking witchcraft, man. 

That’s because most of it wasn’t CGI, they built robotic dinosaurs and puppets. Shining a flashlight on a lifelike puppet yields much better results than trying to create the effect digitally. And the level of naturalistic movement they were able to get in these animatronics was revolutionary.

reptile-prince:

thederpydragon:

I get really defensive when people brush off digital art because it’s ‘easier’.

I won’t deny that it’s a lot more convenient than a lot of traditional media, but what people don’t realize is how much harder it makes it to produce QUALITY digital art. Chances are, if you think its that easy,…

I’ve had friends tell me I’m a shit artist because I mostly do “easy digital since the computer does it for you” yet I find digital art much more frustrating and time consuming than traditional honestly. If I want to draw quickly and relax I’ll either do a digital sketch or a full traditional drawing with color

Then your friends have no idea what they’re talking about. Digital programs spit out art for you in the same way a pencil and paper does. It doesn’t happen automatically, it takes skill. And yes, it can be faster and more convenient, but in can also be a pain in the ass, just like any other media. Its a matter of preference, some people find it easier than others. It requires a different way of thinking and working, it works for some, while for others it can be tougher.

Don’t listen to what your friends have to say. If you’re working that hard on your digital art, it means you’re dedicated to it and you are awesome

Keep being awesome and making awesome art with whatever medium you want!

thederpydragon:

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kiarou:

lyle-j:

Taichi, Seventeen, High school days

2015 Spring

Digimon is coming back

New Digimon series announced

Taichi’s High school days—essentially an Adventure 03

Hopefully we get to see the growing pains of the human world and the Digital world and how things don’t always merge together so quickly. Hopefully we’ll get to see the beginnings of Taichi as the ambassador of the human and digital world

aaaaaaAAAAAAHHHHHHH

FUCK

IS THIS REAL

New shirt available on my RedBubble shop! (because I am absolutely desperate for some extra cash right now)http://www.redbubble.com/people/thederpydragon/works/12378001-hypno-alpha

New shirt available on my RedBubble shop! (because I am absolutely desperate for some extra cash right now)

http://www.redbubble.com/people/thederpydragon/works/12378001-hypno-alpha

Black fur is hard >:Annwynn belongs to blackcatartistry.tumblr.com

Black fur is hard >:

Annwynn belongs to blackcatartistry.tumblr.com

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Freaking out a little because I might be illustrating a childrens book about a giraffe for a friend of my brothers who saw a print of mine hanging in his apartment. My bro gave him my email so I’ve just been sitting here waiting and refreshing my email since last night.

And since them I keep seeing things about giraffes on facebook.

poisonwasthecure:

animalsandlandscapes:

Nile Crocodile by Daniel Botelho

*heavy breathing*

I get really defensive when people brush off digital art because it’s ‘easier’. 

I won’t deny that it’s a lot more convenient than a lot of traditional media, but what people don’t realize is how much harder it makes it to produce QUALITY digital art. Chances are, if you think its that easy, you’re probably not doing it right. And thats why a lot of the digital art out there is so…well…I’m  not gonna lie, its absolutely terrible. They see digital programs as a way to create the same level of work, just much faster. But when you don’t put the time and effort into a piece, your results suffer. 

You can’t say one is better than the other, that would be like comparing apples and oranges…