corink:

here is some clive pointing for you

(Source: ladyflorance)

If you have a 3D smartphone, you can see this in 3D.
http://colorslive.com/details/364129-Gresenheller_University_by_Author.php

If you have a 3D smartphone, you can see this in 3D.

http://colorslive.com/details/364129-Gresenheller_University_by_Author.php

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hamstr:

Simone and I began talking about wearing layers a while ago and I was like I’d just draw someone wearing layers because I can’t do it myself (doing so in a tropical country is just asking for heat stroke).

hamstr:

Simone and I began talking about wearing layers a while ago and I was like I’d just draw someone wearing layers because I can’t do it myself (doing so in a tropical country is just asking for heat stroke).

skysawakening:

IM CRYING I NEED THIS NOW

Mask of Miracle Review by IGN

(Source: koholintsky)

(Source: yiku1707)

Putin Man

for those of you who get it.

Putin Man

for those of you who get it.

Oh my fucking gosh this thing called Colors!3D.
So while I was gone I got myself this application for the Nintendo 3DS (which is a portable you need to have if you wish to play Miracle Mask this coming November) called Colors!3D. I’ve never owned a tablet before and a friend of mine recommended the app cos he knows I like to doodle here and there. Anyways, wow! I love this app and I fully recomend it to those who have the 3DS and like drawing on the go. 
Pros: Other than having your 3DS function like a tablet, it also has this playback feature that shows you a recording of the drawing process of your drawings and others. Colors!3D also has a Gallery online where you can upload and share your drawings with the Colors! Community through their Gallery. Pretty much like Deviant Art.
Cons: The Gallery mostly consists of children tracing things they find online and uploading their tracings to the gallery claiming it to be their own work. Immaturity is rampant but that’s to be expected.  
Well that’s my mini review of the Colors!3D application.
To catch a glimpse of how I draw our dear Professor go here http://colorslive.com/details/270200-Professor_Layton_by_Author.php and click the play button. 
For anyone interested in my 3DS friend code just drop a message in my inbox and I’ll send it via private message.

Oh my fucking gosh this thing called Colors!3D.

So while I was gone I got myself this application for the Nintendo 3DS (which is a portable you need to have if you wish to play Miracle Mask this coming November) called Colors!3D. I’ve never owned a tablet before and a friend of mine recommended the app cos he knows I like to doodle here and there. Anyways, wow! I love this app and I fully recomend it to those who have the 3DS and like drawing on the go. 

Pros: Other than having your 3DS function like a tablet, it also has this playback feature that shows you a recording of the drawing process of your drawings and others. Colors!3D also has a Gallery online where you can upload and share your drawings with the Colors! Community through their Gallery. Pretty much like Deviant Art.

Cons: The Gallery mostly consists of children tracing things they find online and uploading their tracings to the gallery claiming it to be their own work. Immaturity is rampant but that’s to be expected.  

Well that’s my mini review of the Colors!3D application.

To catch a glimpse of how I draw our dear Professor go here http://colorslive.com/details/270200-Professor_Layton_by_Author.php and click the play button. 

For anyone interested in my 3DS friend code just drop a message in my inbox and I’ll send it via private message.

A true Gentleman
leaves no puzzle unsolved