Milo Manara - Storia dell’Umanità
Ye old sex and ultraviolence.
Reblogged from Dr.Restless' Beautiful World.
June 12, 2013, 12:20pm
Watercolor on paper, 50” X 100“. Astonishing detail to make your eyes bleed with joy. Even with the new panoramic view, tumblr can’t process the epic detail so head to Mu Pan’s blog for an instant kaiju eye-gasm.
February 08, 2013, 3:15pm
Goodnight sweet prince.
May you draw penises on it in heaven.
February 03, 2013, 8:12pm
by Andrew Thomas Huang
Epic out of this world-ness.
Great blend of CG and live photography.
January 16, 2013, 11:54am
Sachin Teng - The Patriot
January 16, 2013, 11:38am
At some point, as human beings, we all experience the same thing. Being in control, and not being in control.
If you sit back and look at you life you can divide most of your days, hours, years into the times you were in control, and the times you were not.
Which brings me to the times we are not, and a small meaningless experience in my life.
As a photographer I understand and openly embrace the constant knowledge that there are much better, and much worse photographers than myself. I admire lots and lots of photographers. I never compare myself to others in a negative way. I just know when someone is better then myself. And I strive to be better.
I believe that there are 2 types of photographers. The “artist” photographer and the “photographer” photographer. Artists live to create. They live to share their creativity. They cannot breathe without taking a picture. They live to inspire. Photographers are selfish, they think they are the next best thing. They ignore, and compare themselves to others. They are scared of the “next guy”. They have “secrets.” They feel that if they pick up their camera, they better be getting paid.
I write other photographers a lot. 67% of the time I never get a response. I always give them the benefit of the doubt and figure that they don’t get their emails from their website/blog whatever. I would hate to think they just refuse to take 5 minutes and write back.
As an artist, I love getting emails. I love the email that simply says “I love your work bla bla bla.” I always respond. I always do what I can. ALWAYS. I have been helped by many artists. And in return, I give whatever I can. As little as it may be.
I wonder how many of us do the same? I wonder if we check ourselves every now and again? I wonder if we know the exact moment we become photographers?
Tip #1. Think about the person sending you the email. You were that person one day.
Tip #2. Don’t be an asshole.
December 19, 2012, 10:55pm