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Monsieur Hublot by Stephane Halleux

yo yo FG followerz, its been a long time to be active as “scalesurfer” so let me introduce you to the magical world of S.Halleux and his sculptures

Introducing 

“Monsieur Hublot”

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Dan Hillier ● Feather and Claw

yo yo lets drop the beatz today with 2 ultra-detail drawings by dan.hillier

.1) woodman

.2) The Veil

mad skillz no ?

ciao for now

FG Archive Play – Simple and Beautiful

Join Tim Navis journey around the world from the midday sun through the blood-red sunset. Some of the artist’s inspiration, influenced by Nee Watcman’s words –

“Not by gain our life is measured.
But by what we’ve lost tis scored;
Tis not how much wine is drunken
But how much has been outpoured.
For the strength of love never standeth
In the sacrifice we bear.
He who has the greatest suffering
Ever has the most to share.”

grab some coffee and y not — have-a-peak-of-some

Simple and Beautiful

SPECTACULAR!

 imagez  © 2012 Tim Davis

Dim the Lights – Chris Friel

Short Bio(+)
”Chris Friel is a british colour blind painter who bought a camera in 2006 and has not painted since. He has been shortlisted for the Sunday Times landscape photographer of the year for the last 4 years, and won a judge’s choice award in 2011. His images have been exhibited in the south bank centre, on the santiago subway in chile, and projected behind the london sinfonietta in the royal festival hall.”

Good one

-enjoy–

Landscape Photography

Chris Friel Photo Archive

The Eagleman Stag – Animation level : 99

yo little pokemons,

Its clear by now that you only click the “like” button on stoopid SS articles like “tree houses” or “10 best photos of my dog” needing no specific intellectual level to appreciate.

However now is time to share something hard to the core.
The work of Mikey Please who worked his ass off to come up with this piece of work!

< Big up to Mikey from la FG.team >

Enjoy ☟

+ some still.frames from the Eagleman.Stag

Duchenne’s Facial Expressions

Here are the plates from Duchenne de Bolougne’s Le Mécanisme de la Physionomie Humaine (ca 1876), an interesting but slightly insane work (you just can’t get away with this type of thing anymore). The images, however, are useful to artists who draw, sculpt, or model facial expressions as they show extreme activation of the individual muscles of expressions.

Click to enjoy full.size faces!

via scott eaton (+)

Extraordinary drawings by Galen Johnson

simply enjoy ☜

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