http://www.odeany.us/figure-drawing/the-mouth-analysis-and-structure.html legs crossed tutorial

http://www.odeany.us/figure-drawing/the-mouth-analysis-and-structure.html legs crossed tutorial

I don't know why, but I just feel a tug from this picture, like there's some meaning, an unspoken connection. It's beautiful

I don't know why, but I just feel a tug from this picture, like there's some meaning, an unspoken connection. It's beautiful

Emma Leonard is a Melbourne based illustrator who uses watercolour, gouache and ink to create delicately rendered images of fragility and ethereal femininity.

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Emma Leonard is a Melbourne based illustrator who uses watercolour, gouache and ink to create delicately rendered images of fragility and ethereal femininity.

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Beginner Novel Writers Tips: The Heros Journey Infographic<---  interesting take!  Using the illustrated journey as your guide for writing a novel...fun!

Beginner Novel Writers Tips: The Heros Journey Infographic<--- interesting take! Using the illustrated journey as your guide for writing a novel...fun!

Vector inspiration. But new evidence suggests a breathtaking possibility. Woods Hole Marine Biological Laboratory and University of Washington researchers found that the skin of the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis, a color-changing cousin of octopuses, contains gene sequences usually expressed only in the light-sensing retina of the eye. In other words, cephalopods—octopuses, cuttlefish, and squid—may be able to see with their skin.

Great vector images for your inspiration

Vector inspiration. But new evidence suggests a breathtaking possibility. Woods Hole Marine Biological Laboratory and University of Washington researchers found that the skin of the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis, a color-changing cousin of octopuses, contains gene sequences usually expressed only in the light-sensing retina of the eye. In other words, cephalopods—octopuses, cuttlefish, and squid—may be able to see with their skin.

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