vanesa:

Crime Scene Science: The Modern Methods for Solving Crimes

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scribbledit:

I hate it when I get inspired to art

and then I art

and the art says no


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godancelikethewind:

sosuperawesome:

aCoCC

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HOLY SH*T WHAT??!!! 


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aquilaofarkham:

there are characters that you love and would protect them from harm at all costs

and then there are characters that you love but still wouldn’t hesitate to throw them overboard a ship


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guroslime:

person : why do you draw everything facing left in 3/4 view

me : im a right handed mediocre artist 


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alabina-life:

Edinburgh. Scotland

alabina-life:

Edinburgh. Scotland


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cromwyll:

Game of Thrones Season 4 Bloopers [x]


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"I am a big lover of Mexican folk art and the reason I love it is because it’s very accessible art. I consider it art by the people for the people, but it’s also is a mirror of who we are. […] I eventually came up with the idea of having some of the characters made out of wood because growing up I loved wooden toys, with all their flaws and imperfections. The film takes place post Mexican revolution, it was a hard time. The bad guys in the movie are made out of metal. The idea is that when they went to the army they put metal on themselves but never took it off, and they don’t have any guns because they’re the weapons themselves. In this world, when you’re born, the wood you’re made out of is really smooth and as you grow older the wood starts aging. Wood is life, and there’s also a tree of life that symbolizes it. The movie is dripping with symbolism and magic realism.” - Jorge Gutierrez


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