Skyrim Screenshots by Duncan Harris

July 23rd, 2012

I have to confess, I’ve played a lot of Skyrim since November. Maybe not as much as Oblivion previously, but I’m well on my way to passing that mark. I’ve taken quite a few screenshots of my adventures but they can’t compare to the work of Duncan Harris. Duncan is a master at capturing video game art. His screens are among the best I’ve seen. Here is a collection of his Skyrim captures. Be sure to check out the rest of his collection on his website Dead End Thrills.

Skyrim Screenshots by Duncan Harris

 

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“Now You Know It Anyway” by Polder Animation

July 6th, 2012

Here’s an adorable short movie by Polder Animation based out of Utrecht, Netherlands. I just really fell in love with the style and little story. Hope you enjoy it as well.

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Star Trek Alternate Title Intro

July 6th, 2012

I found this delightful animation a few weeks back by the Quintek Group. It’s a brilliant recreation of the original opening for Star Trek. I think it really captures the essence and style of the show even all these years later.

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Superhero Kids by Andy Fairhurst

July 6th, 2012

These “Playground Heroes” or “Superhero Kids” by Andy Fairhurst have gotten a lot of attention lately. They are simple but brilliant. I fell in love with them at first sight. If you wish to see more of his work, check out his gallery at deviantART.

Superhero Kids by Andy Fairhurst

 

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The Best Air-To-Air Squadron in the USAF

April 26th, 2012

This video was created to commemorate the 67FS winning the 2011 Raytheon Trophy for outstanding aerial achievement, given to the top air-to-air squadron in the USAF. You’ll never get any closer to real aerial combat than watching this full screen!

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Paintings by A. Andrew Gonzalez

November 8th, 2011

I stumbled upon the most amazing paintings yesterday. At first I thought they were sculptures or carvings but they are airbrushed acrylics on panel or canvas. These beauties are the work of A. Andrew Gonzalez. Even more remarkable, Gonzalez has no formal art education but was raised in a creative family and is largely self-taught. His style is exquisite and and very distinctive. Influenced by idealism in the mystical, visionary and esoteric traditions, his forms, values and highlighting are created by lifting pigment with an abrasive eraser followed by the application of transparent layers of pigment. The result is pure eye candy and I can stare at these all day savoring every little detail. Visit his website at sublimatrix.com if you find yourself craving more.

A Andrew Gonzalez

 

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Art Works by Carne Griffiths

October 26th, 2011

A lot has been going on in my life the past few months, but enough about me. I’ve got a new art post for you today. Check out these amazing artworks by Carne Griffiths. Carne sketches on paper with graphite and calligraphy ink and then manipulates the sketch with liquids – usually tea or brandy. He works mostly with human and floral forms. Check out more of his work on his website at www.carnegriffiths.com. He has several prints for sale there as well.

Carne Griffiths

 

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