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art - sculptures - philip moerman - www.moermansculptures.be

Freed from a suspended balloon a fraction of a second earlier, water maintains a balloon-like shape for a fraction more—long enough for Serge Raymond to capture the moment in a picture featured in National Geographic.

I’m not a big “skull art” fan, but I dig this photograph of a wee butterfly (or is that a moth?) landing inside the eye socket of a human skull. The image, by photographer Marko Popadic, is called Oko (Polish for “eye”).

veil of sadness.

Concept Modeling For Easy Clay Sculptures: – Picture : – Description Spider web veil! Makes me want to go find a statue with a web and get my own shot.

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Anonymous said: by any chance could you do a lil tutorial/process of how you draw limbs in different poses? legs/thighs, your legs always look so jaunty and charming i love it but i never know.