Everyone in the world has their beverage of choice; tea, coffee, beer, wine, Mountain Dew. Here are five wonderful artistic representations of coffee and beer from the DeviantArt community.Declassify >
In a series of questions, artist and teacher, Darren Auck lets us in on his inspirations, teaching methods, lessons learned, and, for some, finally answers the burning “Chasing Amy” question about inkers and tracers. Darren has seen the industry from many vantage points and at many levels, and his answers are pretty refreshing in their honesty.Declassify >
More great artwork is to be found on the interwebs and most is done with many various techniques and skill levels, although what I have for you here is done with the most expert of skills. Photographs and digital paintings from the real to the conceptual to the fantastic. All of these pieces are what make the internet a great place for sharing and discovering art.Declassify >
Heavy Metal was released on Aug. 7, 1981. It was produced on a meager $9.3 million budget, but grossed nearly $20 million dollars during it’s initial theatrical release. Twenty-five years later, after some music industry scuffles about song rights, the film was re-released, as “Louder and Nastier than Ever,” in theaters on March 8, 1996 and later that year was released on VHS and Laserdisc, which sold over a million units. Five years after that in 2011, it was released on Blu-ray.
The film follows closely to the magazine it shares its title with, in that it was a film made up of 10 stories, although only nine were released. The only differentiating factor between the movie and the magazine, is that the movie is tied together with the Loc-Nar, while the magazine stories are not tied together at all in any given issue.Declassify >
Digital art, a crocheted doll, evil food art and and a scene complete with an ominous caption are featured in this Small Oddities. I am never disappointed by the talents of those true artists sharing their works on deviantArt.com.Declassify >