2 weeks ago on 9 July 2014 @ 4:00pm + 372 notes
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2 weeks ago on 8 July 2014 @ 10:40am + 1,045 notes
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niark1:

—- / 25th floor / Tour Pleyel / Saint-Denis /—-

2 weeks ago on 8 July 2014 @ 8:00am + 155,954 notes
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2 weeks ago on 8 July 2014 @ 5:20am + 302 notes
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stephlaberis:

I know it’s a holiday here in the States, but there’s art to be done so that I can declare my own independence from the book later on this week. 

So here is the wonderful axolotl! The story behind this piece is “missed connections”. The axolotl is believed to be extinct in the wild because the very few freshwater bodies they lived in were either drained or polluted with fertilizer run-off, which is pretty awful. The plus side is that there are lots of them in captivity, because they make for good test models for regeneration research and there are efforts being made to create a genetically diverse colony that can be released back into the wild.

So, perhaps these were the last two axolotls in the wild, and they could have saved their species… if not for this missed connection.

2 weeks ago on 8 July 2014 @ 2:40am + 219 notes
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stephlaberis:

Chinese Pangolin swirl! It sounds like a really gross flavor of ice cream, actually.

2 weeks ago on 7 July 2014 @ 9:20pm + 2,049 notes
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karenin:

The long dark night of sewing the ears is finally over.

2 weeks ago on 7 July 2014 @ 6:40pm + 101 notes
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stephlaberis:

A nod to Chuck Jones, a nod to Maurice Noble, this is one road runner who’s not really sure of this whole mess. Fun fact: this page in the book will be opposite of Jeannine’s coyote illustration. That’s right, we were raised on classic Looney Tunes, what of it? 

Holy Christ on a cracker, THE BOOK IS DONE. WAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHH consider me dead for the next 2 weeks. *thud*

2 weeks ago on 7 July 2014 @ 4:00pm + 70 notes
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muonbee:

Sketch of the enigmatic ‘rat father’ from the D&D I DM at work he taught the cobolds to talk human tongue and sheltered the PC’s in the temple of the moon, before transforming into a huge rat beast when they got ambushed.

2 weeks ago on 7 July 2014 @ 1:50pm + 2,995 notes
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2 weeks ago on 7 July 2014 @ 1:50pm + 253 notes
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stephlaberis:

Print Available Here!

Gray wolves on the go! Kind of like the white tailed deer piece I did, I wanted to have the animals recede into the background in this one. It’s kind of risky since this is for an animal art book and typically you want to see the animal up close, but I said “Screw it, it’s my book and I’m doing it this way.”


I get one Art Brat card to play per book. Consider it played. 

2 weeks ago on 4 July 2014 @ 12:56pm + 4 notes

Stealth Inc 2 playthrough preview

Hey guys! Here’s a video of a first play through of the game I’ve been working on at Curve Studios for the last year, Stealth Inc 2 for Wii U!

Check it out!

3 weeks ago on 3 July 2014 @ 11:19am + 445 notes
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fargalex:

Lavender

3 weeks ago on 1 July 2014 @ 5:10pm + 51 notes

So I did an illustration job for a friend and refused payment so instead they sent me this GIANT box of sweets to the office for me with about 50 different kinds of things. MY POOR TEETH. But also awesome :D

3 weeks ago on 1 July 2014 @ 4:00pm + 66 notes
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aliceduke:

Here’s a second illustration for the giant puppet performance happening in Liverpool. It’s the terrifying robot dog, Xolo!

3 weeks ago on 1 July 2014 @ 2:03pm + 23 notes
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worst relationship?

Wheat.

It’s in all the best food but it makes me ill. Such love. Much hate.

Even stupid things you wouldn’t expect it to be in, like earlier I went to buy some precooked chicken and it all has wheat in.

(My blog is not the Oprah show so ask these kinds of questions and you’ll get ‘wheat’.)