I cannot wait for the day I'll finally buy me a video game (which one I don't know) and will be finally able to play that sweet Street Fighter IV game. This series is a true classic... I remember playing the arcade game in 1993 or so... and was pretty fun! So, yes, I got a little nostalgic about it, and just had to find some trully kickass illustrations... and yeah, I did it. These are totally awesome, the artists are amazing... and I guess that checking these will be little fun for everyone that loves the series. Also, if you like these, you should really check out each artist's page for more of their work. I hope you all enjoy these. Cheers! ;) Lines by Alvin Lee, Colors by Fabian "Monk" Schlaga Lines by Alvin Lee, Colors by Arnold Tsang and Ramil Sunaga Lines by Alvin Lee, Colors by Arnold Tsang Art by Arnold Tsang Art by Bobby Chiu Art by Arnold Tsang Lines by Alvin Lee, Colors by Sven Lines by Alvin Lee, Colors by Espen Grundetjern Art by Mark "diablo2003" Brooks Art by Jeffrey "Chamba" Cruz Art by Alvin Lee Lines by Alvin Lee, Colors by Gary Yeung Art by Ryan Benjamin Lines by Alvin Lee, Colors by Arnold Tsang Art by Jeffrey "Chamba" Cruz Art by Arnold Tsang Art by Alvin Lee, Colors by Spen Grundetjern Art by Arnold Tsang Lines by Joe Ng, Colors by Spen Grundetjern Pencils by Alvin Lee, Inks by Crystal Reid, Colors by Espen Grundetjern
LOST final season is running, and fans everywhere are all very anxious for its end, when all the secrets of the island will be revealed. I'm one of them... and taking a look at Behance the other day, I ran into some awesome illustrations! The artist behind these has got the name of a famous character, Michael Myers, and he's done some truly killer illustrations (pun intended). For more of his awesome illustrations, check out his portfolio. I hope you all enjoy these! Cheers. ;)
We've been hearing lately a buzz about a possible Thundercats movie. That would be pretty sweet, since the Thundercats was one of my all time favorite cartoons... So I thought it would be a good idea to check some cool illustrations to enjoy the cats. Some high class illustrations have made awesome art, really worth checking out! Don't forget to check their portfolios... They'll really enjoy it! I hope you all like it! Cheers. ;) UndoCrew Lines by Alex Milne, Colors by Espen Grundetjern Pencils by Lauren Montgomery, Colors by Dracowyr John Amor Carlos Lerms Lines by Dexstar71, Colors by Javilaparra Pencils by Edu Francisco, Colors by Teodoro Gonzalez Mihajlo Dimitrovski Andy Park Carlos DAnda Paul Harmon John Amor Pencils by Sean "Cheeks" Galloway, Colors by Tony Washingto Caio Cacau Halil URAL Pencils by Ryan Benjamin, Colors by Joel David Velásquez Gavin Schmidt Pencils by Ariel Padilla, Colors by evergreenfajardo Remainaery Javas Lines by Pedro Delgado, R. A. Southerland and Carlos Gomez, Colors by Kyle Foster Pedro Leonelli Giovanny Dave Johnson
When I was a kid, one of my biggest passions was action figures! I was a total G.I. Joe freak, and until today, whenever I see a cool action figure, and just drool over it. But John Mallamas has took action figures custom making to a whole other level. Think custom actions figures made by a guy just like you, but make this guy the Da Vinci of action figures. Now you get a picture of whom we're dealing with. In John's gallery at DeviantART there are tons of these... and that just makes me think: what a great way to make a living. I've selected my favorites, but you should really visit him for much more fun, fun custom action figures! I hope you enjoy these as much as I did. Cheers! ;)
Ok, this is a completely different approach to photography. Stereographics are 3D photographs... usually set by 2 or 3 pictures from slightly different angles. It might be hard to see at first, but once you do it, you'll love it! These are commonly called "parallel" stereographics, and what you have to do to get the 3D image is make a single image out of each pair, with your bare eyes. Need a little more explanation? Check out here, here and here (thanks @aledagostin). Actually, the success or failure of this post depends on whether or not you guys get to see these in 3D, so come on!! Try it out! I hope you all get to see it! Cheers. ;)
Do you know when saw that new band cd and thought: "how in the world did they think of that"? Well, someone out there figured out the equation, and man, it's really fun. And what equation is that? Simple: 1. Click HERE. The random article title will be your band's name. 2. Click HERE. The last 4 words of the last quote will form the name of your album. 3. Click HERE. The third picture, whatever it is, will be your cd cover. Done! Now you got the formula to make some funny, yet great albums. I've actually made about 6 last night, and my favorite, by far, is this one. I actually forgot to save the link for this picture... so, if you run into it, please, drop a link! And people, make your CDs! I'd love to see it and have a little more fun. Cheers! Hope you like it! :)
Lego is a world mania for sure. From kids to adults, it is the toy of choice to thousands, probably millions of people world wide. And when it comes to cool creations, we find awesome stuff really easy. If you have your own Lego creations, please, drop a comment linking it!! Thanks!
I saw this story on Digg this morning but as it was a bit too early in the morning I didn't check it out. However after some hours a friend of mine sent me the link again and I saw the video. I have to say it's awesome, a very catchy song indeed.The song is performed by Kina Grannis Chorus: Gotta digg, gotta digg, gotta digg Gotta make this story big! Did you hear that awful sound? Another server’s down! I always dig up Apple, and I bury Microsoft But when I said I was a girl, all the diggers scoffed And when I see those stories about Senator Ron Paul I don't even RTFA; I just digg them all!