I am starting a new project something that has always fascinated me are scientific charts. So I am going to start making them…some truth, some elaboration, but that’s what the masters did too.
Illustration of a Gharial,(Gavialis gangeticus) a rare freshwater crocodile that inhabits only two rivers in Nepal and India. These crocs are going extinct and it’s a shame, hence the precious egg emphasized. They don’t breed well in captivity and happen to be the only croc with a visible sexual dimorphism.Look at that nose!
More to come!
Izzy demonstrating how to maintain an air of professionalism whilst operating out of a broom closet in a rooming house. This was just meant to be a little sketch for my own reference, but I would seem to have gone and coloured it… badly…
I live in New Orleans and it’s Mardi Gras, so what the hell am I doing sitting at home posting rubbish on Tumblr anyhow?
it’s hard to trust anybody because I get lied to a lot
Impossible Figures - Art by Oscar Reutersvärd
Oscar Reutersvärd (1915–2002), widely acknowledged as “the father of the impossible figure”, was a Swedish graphic artist who in 1934 pioneered the art of 3D drawings which may initially appear feasible, yet cannot be physically constructed. Born on November 29, 1915 in Stockholm, Sweden, he reportedly suffered from dyslexia and had difficulty estimating the distance and size of objects. But his family was artistic, and encouraged his painting and sculpture efforts.
Do these look possible to you?