Brilliant and inspiring. This must be some of the sources the devs of the ‘The Room’ looked at.
I need to get back to more woodworking projects. o.o!
Scientific engravings from 1850
by John Philipps Emslie
(via the Wellcome Collection)
I move to give John Philipps Emslie his own posthumous Tumblr, like now.
How to draw folds
Notes on how to draw folds back when I was teaching manga classes back in 2006. From the book “Drawing people” by Barbara Bradley.
This book has a very detailed description of 6 types of commonly seen folds and I think is one of the most educational resource on how to draw folds(Besides Vilppu and Bridgeman).
CalArts Lecture via Robertryan Cory
Interesting theory to character design. Algorithms and math play a great role, as I had always expected. =]
What does a 375 million-year-old fish have to do with Sonic the Hedgehog?
I’ll give you a hint: It has to do with the evolution of thumbs! To know the rest, you’ll have to watch this week’s It’s Okay To Be Smart. Do it. Do it now.
Joining me this week is none other than Dr. Neil Shubin, discoverer of the famous Tiktaalik fossil. He’s got a three-part series called Your Inner Fish premiering this Wednesday at 10 PM Eastern on PBS. It’s basically just like this video, only with fewer Sega Genesis references and more Arctic paleontology expeditions.
I’m 100% not sorry for all the thumb puns this week :)
Did you know that Sonic the Hedgehog is important to evolutionary biology? Watch the video and find out why. =]
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