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nerdfighterproducts:

Society6
by-me

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baldhankgreen:

The Town Was Paper - Paper Towns Embroidery Hoop available on my etsy
This was very much inspired by this drawing (and the novel itself, of course)

baldhankgreen:

The Town Was Paper - Paper Towns Embroidery Hoop available on my etsy

This was very much inspired by this drawing (and the novel itself, of course)

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hodgepodgeandgallimaufry:

So this weekend I made a cake for valerie2776 and her “I’m moving to Montana, bye!” nerdfighter gathering this weekend. Then John Green saw it on twitter and said it was beautiful. 

Weekend made! :)

I’ll miss my Ohio nerdfighters very much!! -Valerie

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jeminabox:

Playing with some far out colours for my #Nerdfighter art nouveau poster. Still deciding if I’ll continue with these or go another palette!
That’s all for now - off to Melbourne tomorrow for the weekend so probably no art updates until next week unless I can get a sneaky few sketches done! 
Have a great weekend everyone! <3

jeminabox:

Playing with some far out colours for my #Nerdfighter art nouveau poster. Still deciding if I’ll continue with these or go another palette!

That’s all for now - off to Melbourne tomorrow for the weekend so probably no art updates until next week unless I can get a sneaky few sketches done! 

Have a great weekend everyone! <3

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mufasas:

"The way I figure it, everyone gets a miracle."

mufasas:

"The way I figure it, everyone gets a miracle."

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justbeccaz:

Wheee! it’s all touched up (well, as good as i can get it). there are other versions i’d like to make eventually, but this is it for now

*whispers* you can also buy the colored one on my redbubble

EDIT: forgot the link, whoops!

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fantasticwaffle:

I was injured recently and ended up spending a lot of time in bed… So I went ahead and redid one of my older posts.
I like to marathon hank games when I’m bedridden.

fantasticwaffle:

I was injured recently and ended up spending a lot of time in bed… So I went ahead and redid one of my older posts.

I like to marathon hank games when I’m bedridden.

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the-sleepless-draughtsman:

TFiOS Visual Development, Part 1: Hazel and Gus character model sheets

After weeks of ceaseless toil, here it is, the first part of my personal project, a visual development portfolio for a hypothetical animated version of John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars!

Okay, before I proceed, I’d like to offer a disclaimer: I am not related to the animation industry in any way, even though I’d kill to be. Instead, I am an architecture student in Malaysia who is partial to artistic endeavours not necessarily related to my chosen profession. Therefore, there are probably plenty of inadequacies and errors in the above pieces, but please understand that this is a labor of love, so cut me some slack, ‘kay? Secondly, I think of this project of mine as a thought exercise, so I am basically drawing the characters as I see them in my own head, not as likenesses of the actors in the upcoming movie. Third of all, TFiOS is the intellectual property of John Green, and so on.

Now that that’s out of the way, a bit of commentary on the above character model sheets. I was really inspired by the work of the fantastic Jin Kim and Glen Keane, so you may see some influences here, even a few borrowed expressions, but again, cut me some slack, re: not related to the animation industry in any way. I scoured the book from cover to cover to get the characters as close to the descriptions as possible, so I gave Gus “messy, straight hair, sweeping down over his forehead” (Chap. 7), as well as “a hell of a jawline” (Chap. 1). Hazel has her pageboy haircut and her “ridiculously fat chipmunked cheeks”. I wanted to let their faces contrast each other, so Gus’s face is angular while Hazel’s is softer and rounder. I also tried to capture their personality in these model sheets. Gus is rakish and exudes confidence, so I made his expressions more extravagant and exuberant, whereas Hazel, who “walks upon the earth lightly”, has slightly more subdued expressions. The last sheet is my own headcanon, since I’m sure their exact heights aren’t mentioned in the book, but you’re free to imagine otherwise.

That’s all I have to say, so constructive comments and critiques are welcome. I’ll be working on hand studies and Hazel-Gus interactions next, so stay tuned.

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baldhankgreen:

Don’t Forget to Be Awesome Embroidery Hoop available on my etsy
I made one of these for the nerdfighter secret valentine exchange through nerdfighter-art and I loved it so much that I just had to make another and put it up on etsy!
I’ll happily make custom ones! Just click the “request custom order” button on my etsy and preferably include specific colors of DMC thread

baldhankgreen:

Don’t Forget to Be Awesome Embroidery Hoop available on my etsy

I made one of these for the nerdfighter secret valentine exchange through nerdfighter-art and I loved it so much that I just had to make another and put it up on etsy!

I’ll happily make custom ones! Just click the “request custom order” button on my etsy and preferably include specific colors of DMC thread

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the-sleepless-draughtsman:

Epigraph
As the tide washed in, the Dutch Tulip Man faced the ocean:
‘Conjoiner rejoinder poisoner concealer revelator. Look at it,
Rising up and rising down, taking everything with it.’
‘What’s that?’ Anna asked.
‘Water,’ the Dutchman said. ‘Well, and time.’
— Peter Van Houten, An Imperial Affliction  
Epigraph of The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
So I attempted a comic strip interpretation of the TFiOS epigraph. Comments and critiques are welcome.

the-sleepless-draughtsman:

Epigraph

As the tide washed in, the Dutch Tulip Man faced the ocean:

‘Conjoiner rejoinder poisoner concealer revelator. Look at it,

Rising up and rising down, taking everything with it.’

‘What’s that?’ Anna asked.

‘Water,’ the Dutchman said. ‘Well, and time.’

— Peter Van Houten, An Imperial Affliction  

Epigraph of The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

So I attempted a comic strip interpretation of the TFiOS epigraph. Comments and critiques are welcome.

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