17.11.14 by Jeff

Graeme Berglund

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Paintings by Vancouver-based artist Graeme Berglund. More below.

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16.11.14 by Jeff

Chill Video of the Day: Fishing and Skating in the Sierras

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Here’s some warm summer vibes for your cold November Sunday. Brandon Rein and friends chilling in the Sierras. Watch the video below.

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14.11.14 by Jeff

Music Video: Color War “Shapeshifting”

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Great energy in this video for Color War, directed by Crystal Moselle, featuring Cassiel Eatlock, Isabel Ball and Elizabeth Van Genderen. Watch “Shapeshifting” below.

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14.11.14 by Jeff

Igor Tepikin

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Drawings by artist Igor Tepikin. More below.

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14.11.14 by Jeff

Craftsy: How To Draw With Perspective

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This week our sponsor is once again Craftsy which provides resources for aspiring artists via videos and tutorials. It’s been nice to find a sponsor that’s a good fit for what I’m trying to do with Booooooom; make art accessible.

Craftsy is offering an eGuide on Perspective Drawing that teaches you the basics of one-point, two-point, and three-point perspective. It also covers dividing space and drawing ellipses. If you didn’t go to art school, this is an easy way to pick up some fundamentals. The best part being it costs nothing.

If you want, you can download the free Perspective Drawing eGuide.

14.11.14 by Jeff

George Boojury

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Paintings by New York-based artist George Boojury. More below.

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14.11.14 by Jeff

Brendan Lee

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Funny tattoo-style drawings by Brendan Lee. Lots more below.

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13.11.14 by Jeff

Video of the Day: Crazy Music Video Filmed with 16,000 Volts of Electricity and Special Suits

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To make a music video like the one Shahir Daud made for Nigel Standford’s “Cymatics” is no big deal; all you need is a giant tesla coil and some faraday suits so you don’t get electrocuted to death by 16,000 volts of electricity.

All the effects you see in this video are practical effects, no CGI. Watch the video below as well as several behind the scenes videos.

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