Hi! I'm Liz, and I'm an illustrator working in Massachusetts. I collect optimism and put it in a jar on my nightstand. I don't follow any personal blogs, though, sorry! This tumblr is solely for art and chuckles right now.
"I do believe in the power of story. I believe that stories have an important role to play in the formation of human beings, that they can stimulate, amaze and inspire their listeners." - Hayao Miyazaki
Noisli is a fantastic background noise and color generator ideal for working and relaxing. Plus Text Editor for distraction-free writing.
But seriously, this is one of the best ones I’ve come across so far. Simple, clean design, a variety of background noise to choose from, which you can mix and match (I have a forest, leaves, and wind going right now), and it has a local text editor.
Recent years Japanese artist Jun Kitagawa installs fasteners giant slide in public places throughout Japan. Works of art 2D and 3D appeared in buildings, walls, and even in public ponds, revealing a mysterious side of what lies beneath the surface of these zippers parted.
via Andreas Deja: “The animation turned out to be fine, but when Gaston stretched his shirt to reveal his chest, the design of his chest hair looked a little odd to me. I encouraged my colleagues to submit a drawing that showed their idea of appropriate Gaston chest hair. After a while we had at least twenty different designs to look at. Eventually I worked with an effects animator to create the final look, a mix of stubble and curls.
Probably the most unusual design issue I ever came across at Disney.”