Some of the most visually stunning pieces of art are landscapes. And as breathtaking as nature can be all on its own, the talents of some artists apply that beauty and that inspiration towards fictional landscapes. Some that we are faintly aware of and others that we know by heart.Declassify >
Sometimes a great piece of visual art can just bring a smile to your face. In this edition of Small Oddities I’ve compiled a few of the pieces that I’ve recently found on DeviantArt, that do just that, so let’s dive in.Declassify >
Here’s the thing. Flowers, going out to dinner, cards, and candy are all the cliches for Valentine’s Day that couples get each other.
Now, I’m not saying they’re all bad. But unless those cards are Magic: The Gathering, Pokemon, or Spellfire, it’s not inherently going to be the cards your geek wants to receive.
It’s not bad that you put in some effort, but to go the extra mile, I’m here to help you make it special.Declassify >
Art like inspiration can come from anywhere. As an example below are five great pieces of art from all over the world. A library photo from France, a photo of old computers from the United States, Quake fan art from Spain, a female dwarf from Czech Republic and Lupin the Third fan art from Russia.Declassify >
The third and final installment of The Hobbit, is more a bridge to the initial Lord of the Rings trilogy then farewell fanfare to The Hobbit trilogy, at least that’s how I see it.
There are two ways to look at this movie, as an end to the trilogy of The Hobbit or as the third act in a six part play. It’s much better overall to look at it as the latter, because of all of the extra stuff added into this trilogy to make it a bridge from one trilogy to the next.
I just can’t see it any other way.Declassify >