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I SING THE BODY ELECTRICAKA The 100th Episode of the TWILIGHT ZONE, written by Ray Bradbury.Poster Concept/Art by Francesco Francavilla
Happy Birthday, Ray!
Cheers,FF

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I SING THE BODY ELECTRIC
AKA The 100th Episode of the TWILIGHT ZONE, written by Ray Bradbury.
Poster Concept/Art by Francesco Francavilla

Happy Birthday, Ray!

Cheers,
FF

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「ジラーチが現れた!」/「welchino」

art-of-swords:

Kindjal Dagger

  • Dating: circa 1800
  • Culture: Caucasian
  • Measurements: overall length 55 cm

The dagger has a wide, straight, double-edged blade with deep, asymmetrical grooves, featuring golden decorations for the first part of the blade. At the forte there’s cartouche with inscriptions. The dagger has the typical grip with wooden grip scales featuring gold-inlaid iron mounts.

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FEAR OF THE UNKNOWNArt by Francesco Francavilla
Happy Birthday, HPL. Artprint available here http://francavilla.bigcartel.com/product/lovecraft-fear
Cheers,FF

francavillarts:

FEAR OF THE UNKNOWN
Art by Francesco Francavilla

Happy Birthday, HPL.

Artprint available here

Cheers,
FF

art-of-swords:

Kard Dagger

  • Dated: 18th century
  • Place of Origin: Indian
  • Measurements: overall length: 10.5in (267mm). Blade length: 6.75in (165mm)

Probably from Rajasthan or Central India, this knife categorised as a ‘kard’ has grips scales made of bone. The iron bolster is chiselled, while the scabbard has a silver throat piece displaying a Hindu religious icon, probably Surya Dev, the Hindu Sun god, with attached bells and suspension chains. The chape is again made of silver, with a lion devouring his prey. The scabbard is covered in red velvet, the throat featuing brown leather.

Source: Copyright © 2014 Akaal Arms

comicsalliance:

SHANOWER & RODRIGUEZ ‘RETURN TO SLUMBERLAND’ IN GORGEOUS NEW ‘LITTLE NEMO’ SERIES THIS WEEK

By Chris Sims

Just in case you’re not up to speed on classic newspaper strips, Winsor McKay’s Little Nemo is one of the most innovative comics of the 20th century. Originally running in newspapers from 1905 to 1926, it was arguably one of the first real masterpieces of the form, with McKay’s surreal dreamscapes taking the form of beautiful imagery and page layouts that creators are still trying to recreate today.

Now, Nemo is returning to the comics page in Return To Slumberland. Not to be confused with the forthcoming Dream Another Dream anthology, this new series from Eric ShanowerGabriel Rodriguez and Nelson Daniel launches this week from IDW Publishing, and it is beautiful. Seriously, just hands down one of the prettiest comics I’ve seen in a long time, and even though the first few pages don’t quite get into the strangeness of walking beds and stair-step city skylines, I get the feeling that all of that stuff shows up right where the preview ends.

PREVIEW PAGES AT COMICS ALLIANCE

fuckyeahpixivranking:

「★」/「hou」
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「CCさくら」/「アガハリ」
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MICHONNEArt by Francesco Francavilla
I’ve been listening to the Walking Dead soundtrack yesterday and realized I haven’t ever drawn anything about that series, so I decided to go with one of my favorite characters from it :)
Cheers,FF

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MICHONNE
Art by Francesco Francavilla

I’ve been listening to the Walking Dead soundtrack yesterday and realized I haven’t ever drawn anything about that series, so I decided to go with one of my favorite characters from it :)

Cheers,
FF

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「幻獣神話展 展示作品」/「タカヤマトシアキ」