K L Roberts
Started an art diary today. In the diary I am issuing challenges to myself to try new styles and keeping track of ideas for new pieces. The first piece to come from the diary is this - still a work in progress (trying a new style of art), still so much to do before she is completed.

Started an art diary today. In the diary I am issuing challenges to myself to try new styles and keeping track of ideas for new pieces. The first piece to come from the diary is this - still a work in progress (trying a new style of art), still so much to do before she is completed.

wralphwalters:

Pics from the Might and the Maiden show in L.A.

My friend Ralph has some work being shown in LA. You should check it out, and follow his tumblr, cause it’s excellent and stuff. Do it. You know you want to.

My latest digital painting (this is a low resolution version).

My latest digital painting (this is a low resolution version).

Showing the progress of my recent original digital painting done in PhotoShop.

This was just a little fun project I did in PhotoShop (painting).

This was just a little fun project I did in PhotoShop (painting).

housewifeswag:

zombiesbride:

I’m from Poland and Beksiński is my favourite artist of all time.

wow these are incredible

thebirdandthebat:

postcardsfromspace:

emeraldcitycomicon:

Just wanted to take a moment to post our policy on harassment on tumblr, it is also on our website, and will be in the program guide. The image attached is the sign we will have displayed throughout the convention.

Emerald City Comicon’s mission is to create a safe, awesome environment where geeks of all kinds can come together. We have a zero tolerance policy for harassment of any kind.
Harassment includes offensive verbal comments (related to race, gender, sexual orientation, body size, disability, appearance, and religion), overly sexual images in public spaces, deliberate intimidation, stalking, harassing photography or recording, sustained disruption of talks or other events, inappropriate physical contact and unwelcome sexual attention.
Exhibitors, sponsors and guests are subject to our anti-harassment policy as well and have also been informed. In particular, exhibitors should not use images or material that surpasses a PG-13 rating at their booths. Booth staff (including volunteers) should not use over-sexualized clothing/uniforms/costumes.
If a person engages in harassing behavior, ECCC Directors and Department Heads may take any action they deem appropriate, up to and including expulsion from Emerald City Comicon (with no refund). If you are being harassed, witness someone else being harassed or have any other concerns, please contact a member of the Emerald City Comicon staff immediately (identifiable by green Minion t-shirts or black polos/Staff badges). We are happy to contact our security or local law enforcement, provide escort, a safe place, or otherwise assist those experiencing harassment to feel safe for the duration of the convention.
All attendees, exhibitors and staff are subject to this anti-harassment policy and are expected to follow these rules at all Emerald City Comicon events.

Thank you!

Emerald City is one of my very favorite shows in the world, and this is the iceberg-tip of why.
Obligatory panel plug: On Saturday, at 12:40, in Hall D, Laura Hudson, Janelle Asselin, Bobby Roberts, and I will be talking about harassment in geek communities.

Thank you, Emerald City Comic Con for being a positive example for other fan conventions when it comes to harassment issues.

Yes!  Please let this catch on everywhere for everything.  Just imagine it, respect for others becoming commonplace.

thebirdandthebat:

postcardsfromspace:

emeraldcitycomicon:

Just wanted to take a moment to post our policy on harassment on tumblr, it is also on our website, and will be in the program guide. The image attached is the sign we will have displayed throughout the convention.

Emerald City Comicon’s mission is to create a safe, awesome environment where geeks of all kinds can come together. We have a zero tolerance policy for harassment of any kind.

Harassment includes offensive verbal comments (related to race, gender, sexual orientation, body size, disability, appearance, and religion), overly sexual images in public spaces, deliberate intimidation, stalking, harassing photography or recording, sustained disruption of talks or other events, inappropriate physical contact and unwelcome sexual attention.

Exhibitors, sponsors and guests are subject to our anti-harassment policy as well and have also been informed. In particular, exhibitors should not use images or material that surpasses a PG-13 rating at their booths. Booth staff (including volunteers) should not use over-sexualized clothing/uniforms/costumes.

If a person engages in harassing behavior, ECCC Directors and Department Heads may take any action they deem appropriate, up to and including expulsion from Emerald City Comicon (with no refund). If you are being harassed, witness someone else being harassed or have any other concerns, please contact a member of the Emerald City Comicon staff immediately (identifiable by green Minion t-shirts or black polos/Staff badges). We are happy to contact our security or local law enforcement, provide escort, a safe place, or otherwise assist those experiencing harassment to feel safe for the duration of the convention.

All attendees, exhibitors and staff are subject to this anti-harassment policy and are expected to follow these rules at all Emerald City Comicon events.

Thank you!

Emerald City is one of my very favorite shows in the world, and this is the iceberg-tip of why.

Obligatory panel plug: On Saturday, at 12:40, in Hall D, Laura Hudson, Janelle Asselin, Bobby Roberts, and I will be talking about harassment in geek communities.

Thank you, Emerald City Comic Con for being a positive example for other fan conventions when it comes to harassment issues.

Yes!  Please let this catch on everywhere for everything.  Just imagine it, respect for others becoming commonplace.

Because it makes me smile.

thefrogman:

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medicalengineering:

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Iron prosthetic, 1560-1600 Steel and brass prosthetic, 1850-1910

The advances in just these two pictures alone just go to show the progression in medical engineering as a field. The later arm obtained the use of new materials brass and steel, it allowed the design to be a lot…