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    phil hale and jason alexander are my 2 favorite artists, but i cant find any of their good art online ANYWHERE.
    im gonna have to scan and post...fuck....

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    This pic by John McColgan always gives me shivers.

    Those deer are so screwed



    Many of my other favs have already been posted - I love that Alan Lee pic of Merlin - and the Rembrandts...etc...

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    Wonder if you guys know any russian masters.
    Here's some work from Repin.
    And my favourite Goya painting.













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    Just a few artist's that amaze me...

    A list of some artists I find very inspiring:

    H.R. Giger (king)
    Ralph McQuarrie
    Bill Sienkiewicz
    Clive Barker
    Alberto Vargas
    Kevin O'Neill
    Frank Miller
    Ron Cobb
    Doug Chiang
    Simon Bisley
    David Finch
    Don Perlin
    Martin F. Emond
    Kow Yokoyama
    Yasushi Nirasawa
    André Mouron Cassandre
    Lorenzo Di Mauro
    Les Edwards
    Jim Pavelec
    Massimiliano Frezzato
    Iain McCaig
    Jamie Hewlett
    Didier Cromwell
    Joel Thomas
    Luis Royo
    Olivia
    Pelaez

    The few I can think of for now, but there are many other artists that do amazing work.

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    I second Blacky about russian masters.
    I was in Moscow a few days ago, where I admired Repine's wonderful portraits, and his extremely alive group scenes.
    Unfortunatly, those XIXth century russian masters are under-represented in our fuckin' snobish country of France...

    Here are 2 examples of how subtle he can be, and how quick and essential he can be too... The great consistency of his painting seems to appear very early in his process.





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    Well, what got me going is some cartoon comics...

    Guust Flater, in French Gaston Lagaffe or something like that was pretty inspirational for me. The artist Franquin was my god in those days, still is actually... He also made this one. When he was depressed and near the end of his life... It's called "blacklooking complete".



    And then there was another discovery for me, named "Joe bar team"







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    The real fun is when you view the larger version. Large download:

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...%2C_Bhutan.jpg

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    This guy/girl? whoever did these castlevania artworks. I really like the colors and style, anime-esque which isnt my style but its pulled off well. Totally inspired me today.





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    I usually find myself more inspierd by music than anything else... but this is a drawing I've loved since the day I found it on elfwood..

    http://elfwood.lysator.liu.se/art/b/...sects.jpg.html

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    If I find any better pics I will post them.

    Vaughn Bode'


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    - Eigenfaces, computer generated metafaces that form a basis set for composing real faces, as used in facial recognition systems. Pretty creepy.


    - Rather nice storms that happened in perth.


    - The all knowing master.


    - Snail shell spider - the spider lives in the shell. very much COW material.


    - Field lines from the corona.


    - Nice watch, limited series. Done for the final fantasy movie, I am led to believe.


    - The Z-Machine discharging. Most powerful X-ray generator in the world. I mean holy crap.


    - Spaaaace! Well, low earth orbit.


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    what the hell is that x-ray generator used for? its kinda creepy..

    Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd

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    My god, I neeeeeeeeed more pics of that Perth storm Snarfevs. PLEASE DUDE!!

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    Here are just a few images I've collected that really give me a buzz when I see them.


    Cezanne


    Van Gogh



    Egon Schiele



    Ann Gale


    Sergei Bongart

    Enjoy!

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    As requested









    The z-machine generator is used for inertial confinement fusion research, something similar to the equally creepy sounding Shiva Device.

    Which looks like this on the outside:


    And another favourite of mine: the inside of a tokamak reactor before and during use:


    Also, everyone likes stellarators!
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Large_Helical_Device

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    You know those people who always try to prove to other people that good things CAN come from MS paint? Well, tracy here takes the cake.. with a mouse...
    (deviant art, sorry, can't post the img tag, so here's the link.)

    http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/27718575/

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    i was at the society of illustrators, nyc, this friday.
    i had the privilege of helping them photograph some of their permanent collection.

    i shot 7 b&w pieces.
    here are 3 of them that i really loved:

    kinstler:


    barratt:


    chambers: (my favorite!)


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    wow that chambers is lovely... thanks for the pics Dan

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    WHY ROBERT LIEFELD AND HIS FAMOUSLY GOOD ANATOMY OF COURSE!






    MAJOR PSYCHE!

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    fooxoo-daaaaaaaaamn.

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    lighting! design! perspective! proportion!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carnifex
    fooxoo-daaaaaaaaamn.
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    Asoir, I hadn't scrolled to the bottom of your post and I was like "Psha, has to be sarcasm."

    XD on that one.

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    haha, liefield rocks my socks!!

    But seriously tho, mullins DO rock my socks for real!

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    European Genre Painters

    Dan,

    Great memories came flooding back when I saw your post for inspiration. This was one of my two favorite pieces in the Milwaukee Art Museum. I lived and taught there for about 6 years. Like any other painting, to really appreciate it, you have to see it for real. I hate using cliches when talking aout painting but beyond the masterful surface and use of paint this piece comes alive. I seriously wanted to touch and bite this painting every time that i saw it. I don't know that I have ever seen better skin tones. If there are magical pieces this is certainly one. The museum's whole 19th century European Genre collection is magnificent. My other favorite piece there was an Odd Nerdrum. I don't think that anyone else has posted him here. Simply genius and his works are huge. Also included the only piece for which I am actually planning a pilgrimage for - The Ghent Altarpiece by the Van Eycks.

    Jules Bastien-Lepage



    Odd Nerdrum



    Van Eycks



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    Thomas Wilmer Dewing - one of my favorites of all time







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    Sorolla is a master of light


    This painting from Gisbert is daunting. And the fact that the historical fact happened at 500 meters from where I live makes it almost personal to me


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