Don't Look Down

whatever you do.


Codex Fejérváry-Mayer (Tezcatlipoca)

Contd. from here

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"Follow Me" | ©Cheryl Crowley

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Face Tutorial

Profile Anatomy

Drawing Heads

Basic Head Layout

How to Draw Ears

Drawing Noses

How To Draw Mouths


Lips Ref

Semi-Realistic Eye Tutorial

Tips for Drawing Eyes

Manga Eye Tutorial

Pixel Eye


Step by Step Expressions

How to Avoid the Same Face

Head Angles



Drawing Hair In Pencil

How To Draw Braids

Another Braid tutorial

Headband Braid Tutorial

How To Draw Hair

Hair Tutorial

Another Hair Tutorial

Simple Hair Tutorial

Hairstyle Tutorial

50 Male Hairstyles Revamped 

Let’s Do Hair!


Pixel Hair Tutorial

Manga Boys Hair Tutorial


A Guide to Drawing the Human Body

How To Draw Hands

Hand Tutorial

Hand Gestures

More Hand Gestures

Arm Tutorial

Feet Drawing Guide

Foot Tutorial

Drawing Feet


Sitting Poses

Drawing Torsos

Abs Tutorial

Clothes and Accessories:

Clothing Tutorial (Notes)

How to Draw Flower Crowns

Helmets and Hats



How to Draw Tights


Boot Tutorial

Plaid Tutorial

Lace Tutorial

Armour Tutorial



Folded Wings

Tutorial on Creature Design

Bat Wings on Humans

Pegasus Wings

Animal Legs on Humans

Dragon Tutorial

Dragon Wing Tutorial

Dragon Hands and Feet Tutorial

Dragon Mouth Tutorial

Dragon Head Tutorial

Dragon Scales

Clawed Hand Tutorial

Basic Horn Tutorial

Sauropod Tutorial

How to Draw Centaurs

Werewolf Anatomy


Animal Noses

Basic Animal Anatomy

Paw Tutorial

Fur Tutorial

Pixel Fur Tutorial

Painting Fur


Horse Tutorial

Horse Proportions

Horse Hooves

Horse Legs

Dog Anatomy

Simple Dog Tutorial

Wolf Paw Tutorial

Wolf Head Tutorial

Drawing a Wolf

Canine Leg Tutorial

Feline Comparison

Big Cat Paw Tutorial

Lion Head Tutorial

Cat Faces Tutorial

Snow Leopard Tutorial

Tiger Tutorial

Fox Tutorial

Rabbit Drawing Tips

Butterfly Tutorial

Rat Tutorial

Owl Anatomy

Feather Tutorial

Bear Anatomy


Glowing Stuff

How to Draw 3D Rooms

Gun Ref

Slime Tutorial

Chain Tutorial

Gemstone Tutorial

Bullet Metal Tutorial

Lightsaber Tutorial

Gold Coin Tutorial

Jewel Tutorial


Tree Tutorial

How to Create Stars (With Photoshop)

Stars Tutorial

How to Draw Clouds

How to Draw a Rose

Simple Roses

Grass Tutorial

Another Grass Tutorial

Quick Grass Tutorial

Bush Tutorial

Rain Tutorial

Water Tutorial

Underwater Tutorial

Fire Tutorial

Snow Tutorial

Light Tutorial

Light Sparkle Tutorial

Mountain Tutorial

Another Mountain Tutorial

Moon Tutorial

How to Draw a Apple

Strawberry Tutorial


The Psychology of Colour

How To Colour

Colour Blender

Colour Scheme Designer

Colour Meanings For Roses

Color Hex

Colour Harmony

Skin Colour Palette

Pastel Colours

Greyscale Tutorial

Colouring Cloth

Hair Colouring

Photoshop Colouring Tutorial


Pixel Art Tutorial

Another Pixel Art Tutorial

Photoshop Brushes

Photoshop Layers Tutorial

Glitch Effect (with Photoshop)

Gimp Soft Shading

Blending Tutorial

Free Digital Sculpting Tool

Skeleton Drawing Tool

Repeating Pattern Tutorial

Free Art Programs

Silk - Interactive Generative Art

Creativity Cards

Don’t Know What to Draw?

This is fantastic!!

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Autumn in New York

The first was better than the second.

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In his 1983 book En Torno a la Traducción, Spanish philologist and translator Valentín García Yebra cites a Portuguese poem by Cassiano Ricardo entitled “Serenata sintética”:


Broadly, it’s an image of an evening tryst, but it’s import is so embedded in its language…

Uuuuuuuuuuuuuugh so pretty.

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by Rikke Otte

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Day two of our trek started groggily and with a serious need for some coca tea. The high elevation wiped me out and tossing and turning all night never allowed my batteries to recharge. On the bright side I was served a pancake with the word ‘Venado,’ Spanish for deer written on it in caramel. Everyone got a different animal, quite the interesting conversation starter.

After that sweet desayunito we headed out while the equipaje team packed up camp. The hike on day two took us over another smaller pass and through the ancient grazing grounds of alpaca and llama herders. Rock enclosures obviously built by hand and weathered into place over decades made the mountainside look like one giant quadratic chess-board with four-legged friends moving around like bleeting pawns.

The climb peaked with an intense 20 minute push that separated the gang into 4/5 smaller grupitos. I made it over to be greeted by the youngsters cheering me on from a boulder overlooking a huge crystal clear alpine lake. Once again the hardest part of our day awarded us with a truly breathtaking view.

From those heights the hike turned dramatically downhill. We all pretended to carve snow as we zig-zagged slowly but surely, passing through climate zones and shedding layers along the way.

After a quick lunch the path straightened out once more (check the video above for a minute of that walk) and we continued on to the natural hot springs of Lares town. Our two day adventure brought us to a wonderful close as we all played Marco PoLLo (re: Marco Chicken) in the mineral rich warm waters.