It’s a study day. The research project continues. Fixed flat top style bridge replaces the tailpiece and floating bridge. Then bridged bracing replaces standard parallel. Z braces replace bridged. Are you guys keeping count??
Only a few weeks till the 12th Art Tattoo Show Montréal @arttattoomontreal! A bunch of our Three Kings crew will be representing us up there! Matt Marcus @themattmarcus3kingstattoo, Jeremy Sutton @1sutton1_3kt, Jason June @jjun3, Myles Karr @myleskarr, And Josh Egnew @joshegnew! Buy your pre-sale tickets via the website now and save on the weekend pass. Poster by @mrubendall http://news.arttattoomontreal.com/
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Monday! The mondays love the typography, so I bring you this giveaway from the Inkydeals site. Inkydeals have released a huge (and monthly) bundle of graphic design resources where you can find tons of different photoshop and illustrator templates, actions, fonts, textures and every bit of resources that you think you will need is probably on this bundle. Is a huge amount of files (38GB) of new graphics never released and different from previous bundles.
Or you can reblog this image and I will choose from the notes 2 winners at the end of the week to give them the complete bundle.
Just reblog, you don’t even have to follow me. A reblog is a entry to win this super bundle.
See all the resources here: http://bit.ly/designlibrary
American painter William Cotton is an New York based painter, known for his surreal candy landscapes. His primary subjects are candy and naked women, often in combination. Will Cotton painted landscapes made out of pastries, melting ice cream, candy, and other tantalizing sweets on female models. He has a professional oven in his studio and makes all of these himself. Then uses them as models for the paintings.
Sponsoring Supersonic Art this week is Craftsy and they’re offering a free downloadable eGuide on “Drawing the Human Face.”
I’ve often scoured the web looking for tutorials or tips for drawing and found the results chaotic or less than appealing. However, with Craftsy not only are their classes fantastic but they’re also all in one spot. With “Drawing the Human Face" you’ll learn tons of tips from dealing with symmetry to drawing realistic hair.
If you want, head on over to Craftsy and register to download your free eGuide to “Drawing the Human Face.”