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Coloured sketch commission for mahouwatokenai. I think I spent more time on this than I was supposed to but it was fun! Creating an underwater look was a little challenging. :D
Commission info

Coloured sketch commission for mahouwatokenai. I think I spent more time on this than I was supposed to but it was fun! Creating an underwater look was a little challenging. :D

Commission info

An experimental thing.

An experimental thing.

I haven’t been active in ages because of many things, first an art block and then starting college… I just moved into my new apartment for college and I’m starting classes next week so it’s hard to just relax and draw. But I want to draw more soon. orz Here’s a commission for Goloritze on DeviantART, I liked drawing these characters but the background was difficult as usual. But I like to challenge myself with backgrounds. : )
Commission info: http://lumnili.tumblr.com/commission-info

I haven’t been active in ages because of many things, first an art block and then starting college… I just moved into my new apartment for college and I’m starting classes next week so it’s hard to just relax and draw. But I want to draw more soon. orz Here’s a commission for Goloritze on DeviantART, I liked drawing these characters but the background was difficult as usual. But I like to challenge myself with backgrounds. : )

Commission info: http://lumnili.tumblr.com/commission-info

sushiobunny:

Some of Sushio’s fabled prototype designs for Kill la Kill, straight from “The Art of KLK” book. Picture course of an /a/non who has kindly promised to eventually scan it and upload it to the usual sources. And yes, that is Satsuki with short hair.

(via v150)

artbooksnat:

Kill la Kill (キルラキル) concept art of Ryuko Matoi illustrated by character designer Sushio (すしお) in The Art of KLK Vol.1. Surprising to see at one point Ryuko looked more like Satsuki!

(via v150)

Store will close next week

My store: http://lumiart.storenvy.com/ will be closing some time next week and will probably remain closed throughout the college term. If there is anything you wanted, please make your purchase soon because I will close it around next Friday! Thank you! >w<

I can imagine these two having an argument over which is better: Guns or explosives. :P

I can imagine these two having an argument over which is better: Guns or explosives. :P

lanxin:

that’s one creepy bird…

My entry to the 2014 Silent Manga Audition, Lost Smile, is now up Tapastic and Inkblazers!
I began to hate this one-shot coming up to the results to the point where I already knew it wouldn&#8217;t win and I was afraid to read it&#8230; But I finally read it again today, and while it&#8217;s not the best it&#8217;s not the worst either. Even if the story is stupid, I am still somewhat happy with the art. XD

My entry to the 2014 Silent Manga Audition, Lost Smile, is now up Tapastic and Inkblazers!

I began to hate this one-shot coming up to the results to the point where I already knew it wouldn’t win and I was afraid to read it… But I finally read it again today, and while it’s not the best it’s not the worst either. Even if the story is stupid, I am still somewhat happy with the art. XD

I’ll be in the artist alley at Nom-Con tomorrow, Saturday to Sunday. See you there! :3

And please remember that the trade hall closes early at 3:30 on Sunday (seems early but that’s what it says in the schedule) so make sure you buy everything on time! x3

Nom-Con 2014

Just a reminder that I will be in the artist alley at Nom-Con on 2-3 August (this Saturday and Sunday), selling the usual. Hope to see some of you guys there! :D

Experimental

Experimental

salahmah:

Chefchaouen, a small town in northern Morocco, has a rich history, beautiful natural surroundings and wonderful architecture, but what it’s most famous for are the striking and vivid blue walls of many of the buildings in its “old town” sector, or medina.

The maze-like medina sector, like those of most of the other towns in the area, features white-washed buildings with a fusion of Spanish and Moorish architecture. The brilliantly blue walls, however, seem to be unique to Chefchaouen. They are said to have been introduced to the town by Jewish refugees in 1930, who considered blue to symbolize the sky and heaven. The color caught on, and now many also believe that the blue walls serve to repel mosquitoes as well (mosquitoes dislike clear and moving water).

Whatever the reason, the town’s blue walls attract visitors who love to wander the town’s narrow streets and snap some beautiful photos. 

(via ami46)