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Painting by Sashie Masakatsu, an artist from Kanazawa, Japan... crss

Artist Raphael Mantesso Draws Amazing Sketches Using Everyday...

Artist Raphael Mantesso Draws Amazing Sketches Using Everyday Items Rafael Mantesso is a professional and well experienced Brazilian artist. He knows well the secret of how to turn a gloomy day into a small holiday. Just he needs only to look at familiar things in a new way and a little bit to finish them. Here we are sharing one of the most endearing figures of Rafael that we have ever seen. Have a look at amazing sketches made out of everyday items.

Nigel Cox

Nigel Cox

Illustrations by Sara K. Diesel dA l tumblr

Illustrations by Sara K. Diesel dA l tumblr

Amazingly Creative Mixed Media Sculptures by Artist Matthew...

Amazingly Creative Mixed Media Sculptures by Artist Matthew Cummings DeviantArt Matt says that all of my sculptures are planned out. I have to know how much materials i need to complete a piece. I start by studying the animal to be sculpted using photos,books etc. then I make the armature from wire (at this stage I can play with the pose and get it fixed to the base (if there is one). After that I build up the form with different grades of mesh, starting with the finest. Then the modelling starts. If its a big piece I sculpt the face and feet separately with polymer clay and fix them on, the reason for this is that I use a domestic oven to bake the polymer clay. After that I add epoxy putty etc and paint using spray paints and acrylic tubes.!!!. However, my fantasy and figurative work Is made up as I go along, maybe with a basic theme. I prefer to work from my imagination, its way more fun but takes longer as there’s more choices to make.

Miniature Pencil Sculptures by Salavat Fidai Like Cross Connect...

Miniature Pencil Sculptures by Salavat Fidai Like Cross Connect on Facebook ! Posted by Skumar’s

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Harvest Asif Khan

Harvest Asif Khan

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The Largest Cave in the World, complete with its own River, Jungle and Climate (14 Pics)

People have been crawling around the cavernous mountains of Asia for centuries, but remarkably, the largest cave in the world remained hidden from discovery deep in the forests of Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park in Vietnam until 1991. As the story of the Sơn Đoòng Cave goes, “local farmer Ho Khanh was walking along a stretch of lush forest within the heart of the Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park … It was an area that he had passed many times before and he was not paying any particular attention to his surroundings when suddenly the jungle floor opened up beneath him and Mr. Khanh only barely managed to hold on as the ground crumbled beneath him. When he was able to get his bearings, he peered into the gaping chasm that had suddenly appeared out of the thick foliage and saw that there was now a steep drop where he had stood that descended down into darkness. By pure chance and blind luck, this man had discovered an entrance that had remained hidden from man for millions of years into