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Most people typically think of Lego as toys, however these multi-colored building blocks are so much more than just playthings. The Danish company has created over 560 billion parts since 1958. As children, Legos helped inspire the way in which we viewed the world. We could be an architect, city planner, or inventor.
Today, people have found endless new and interesting ways to make fun and practical uses of these tiny bricks, gears, wheels and other pieces.
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A mermaid is a legendary aquatic creature with the upper body of a female human and the tail of a fish.
Since young I’ve been in love with Mermaids. Thanks to Disney’s Little Mermaid movie. I always thought that mermaids were gorgeous as seen in the movies, until I was told that they’re not as pretty as you’ve seen on the tv. So I’ve searched online about the origin of mermaids, watched the documentaries about them. Even so, I still love mermaids.
So, out of the blue yesterday, I was doodling some sea creatures just to kill some time. I was so engross with it that I did not realize how dark the sky’s been outside. And then, I’ve decided to draw my version of Ariel in Photoshop, with a slightly longer neck (guess that’s going to be my style of figure, :p), but still looking stunning as always with her red…
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DREW: THE MAN BEHIND THE POSTER is a feature-length documentary exploring the life and work of Drew Struzan, the artist who created the posters for some of the most iconic movies of the past 30 years, including “Indiana Jones,” “Back to the Future” and “Star Wars,” among many others. Director Erik P. Sharkey tells the story of this distinctive artist, beginning with his early works in commercial and album cover art for Alice Cooper and Black Sabbath, to his acclaimed career and recent retirement as one of the most recognizable and influential movie poster artists of all time. The film features exlusive interviews with noted filmmakers, artists and critics including George Lucas, Harrison Ford, Michael J. Fox, Frank Darabont, Guillermo del Toro, Steven Spielberg, and many others.
Director: Eric P. Sharkey
Official Site: http://drewstruzandocumentary.com/
Drew Struzan’s been one of my favourite illustrator ever since I was enrolled into The One Academy back in Malaysia. I came to know about his works through my lecturers. As a student majoring in illustration previously, we were taught to reference Drew Struzan’s techniques and skills.
It’s amazing how Drew’s able to bring the characters in the posters to life by just illustrating them with various techniques and strokes.
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