Practice to sketch people 😎 Ещё полгода назад я думала, что вряд ли начну рисовать людей, что это мне не интересно. Посмотрим, к чему меня это приведёт. Самой очень интересно.
Спасибо Лене @electric_mirror за пинок, вдохновение и веру 😘❤️🥰
This past week I helped lead a karate summer camp at kime! This is a doodle of one of my kiddos as he packed his bag to leave, chatting with his dad about what he learned. It was really fun but totally exhausting... I took a looong nap today. #illustration#sketchbook#ink
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توربین باد، برای تولید انرژی تجدید پذیر.
تو این صفحه سعی کردم واسه معرفی توربین از یهنمای رو به رو ، یه ارایه ۳ بعدی ومکانیزم دریافت انرژی باد به سیستم توربین استفاده کنم.
Full video of this sketch available on Youtube
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The first time I really thought about the concept of moral support was around the same time profile pictures were turned blue (to honour the memory of one of the victims of the Sudanese uprisings, Muhammed Mattar). At the time, I was nothing but skeptical. How exactly was a blue profile picture going to aid the overthrowing of a corrupt dictatorship? But it soon became clear that it was increasing awareness and making the situation 'real' to people who either couldn't empathise or had become desensitised.
The Notre Dame fire; 0 killed, 3 injured. Resulted in? Intense media coverage and at least a billion dollars in donations. And I think the reason why is that people in the first world can directly relate to it. It's part of the culture, the lifestyle. But we can't relate to gunfire, shootings, bombings, people getting slaughtered in front of us. And maybe the most specific part on that front is our inability to relate due to the racial bias. The situation in Sudan (and places like Gaza and Syria) targets a group of people of a specific lifestyle in a country with a geographic location that most people in the western world cannot relate to. We're not accustomed to seeing African or middle eastern people and so we don't empathise with their tragedies.
Raising awareness on it's lowest level helps to stop 'otherising' of people we feel we can't relate to.
For decades, the people of Kashmir have fought for their right to political sovereignty and autonomous recognition from India as a nation. Although Article 370 of India’s constitution gave Kashmir some degree of autonomy by designating it a special administrative region, the Indian state’s limited role on paper has never reflected the reality of the Occupation, which extends deeply into the everyday lives of Kashmiris and has long denied them their right to self-determination.
We continue to raise awareness and to firmly stand with the people of Kashmir in their struggle for liberation as they continue to bravely resist occupation of their land. #kashmirbleeds#standwithkashmir#kashmir
she is my friend Venus . Do you like my friend Venus?
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Barbara, Questa è riuscita proprio bene!
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[WARNING SOME SHIT BOUT TO FOLLOW]
2018 for me was full of highs and lows. Personally I'm not one to write huge paragraphs, especially online, but it feels like the right place to do this.
It was a really great year for art. Expanded to multiple software, changed my art style to better suit my vision, even took a few risks. Participated in inktober, did more traditional art, and even animated some stuff. However, this is all very 2 steps forward 1 step back kind of thing. I've always been too self critical but this year was especially rough. It doesn't help that Instagram particularly loves screwing over artists. So this post is to remind myself one thing. I don't draw for anyone else, but myself. That's what I have in mind for 2019, not just for my art but for myself as a person. I want to draw things that make me happy. That's it. It never has been about more likes, followers whatever. I used to draw just as much as I do now, when I had 20 followers, 50, 100, 200 and so on. I learnt a lot of things this year. Even forgot some of them. But in the end, using the things I've learnt to better myself next year is my number one resolution. Anyway if you've made this far, I appreciate it. Amazing support from my family and friends is what keeps me going. Happy new year 2019! .
😑 ugh.. when you realize that the paper is not big enough.. and the drawing is cut off... and you realllyyy like the sketch( I even started the ink part) at the bottom I have so much space ... like whyy?? ..😤 Does this happen to anyone else??