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thanatosdiver:

Some of Sam’s adventures don’t involve diving, or water, at all. Sometimes she finds herself lost in the mysterious and shifting sands of seemingly endless deserts, with nothing to light her way and mark her progress but strangely shining moon beacons. 
But those beacons are few and far between, and the one she’s walking towards is quite old and unreliable. If she can’t reach it before the light goes out, she may be lost for good!

thanatosdiver:

Some of Sam’s adventures don’t involve diving, or water, at all. Sometimes she finds herself lost in the mysterious and shifting sands of seemingly endless deserts, with nothing to light her way and mark her progress but strangely shining moon beacons. 

But those beacons are few and far between, and the one she’s walking towards is quite old and unreliable. If she can’t reach it before the light goes out, she may be lost for good!

thanatosdiver:

So, it probably goes without saying that Thanatos Diver wouldn’t be much of an adventure book if Cervaile Island were the only place Sam got to explore. 
While we can’t tell you exactly where she is, or what strange happenstance brings her to these amazing places, we can definitely pull back the curtain just a little for you guys. This is a behind the scenes blog, after all!
What you see above is some of dudenukem's test images that were included in the pitch for the book to th3rdworldstudios. It’s a strange and unfamiliar glade that Sam discovers in Issue 2. And, as it turns out, it isn’t the safest of places, though it is pretty exciting.
But just what kind of danger is hiding in such a lush and beautiful forest? Check out this sneak peek at some of the beasties Sam runs into on her adventures and have a guess!

thanatosdiver:

So, it probably goes without saying that Thanatos Diver wouldn’t be much of an adventure book if Cervaile Island were the only place Sam got to explore. 

While we can’t tell you exactly where she is, or what strange happenstance brings her to these amazing places, we can definitely pull back the curtain just a little for you guys. This is a behind the scenes blog, after all!

What you see above is some of dudenukem's test images that were included in the pitch for the book to th3rdworldstudios. It’s a strange and unfamiliar glade that Sam discovers in Issue 2. And, as it turns out, it isn’t the safest of places, though it is pretty exciting.

But just what kind of danger is hiding in such a lush and beautiful forest? Check out this sneak peek at some of the beasties Sam runs into on her adventures and have a guess!

eccentric-nucleus:

the dragon designs for breath of fire iv were so great okay

so great

(i think these are, in order, all of them in their human forms, the wind dragon (twice), the sand dragon, the mud dragon, the grass dragon, the tree dragon, the sea dragon, and the rock dragon, but i’m not exactly sure about the sea and rock ones because you only see them in their dragon form like once in the entire game)

(via thestitchboy)

thanatosdiver:

Another good look at Sam’s diving bell, and a closer look at the edge of her island home. Look at those lobster claws, all ready to scoop up some valuable salvage from the sunken city beneath those placid waves!
Now that we’re getting closer to Cevaile Isle, some of that topography is starting to take shape, too. Maybe tomorrow we’ll take a little peek at what’s happening in town…

thanatosdiver:

Another good look at Sam’s diving bell, and a closer look at the edge of her island home. Look at those lobster claws, all ready to scoop up some valuable salvage from the sunken city beneath those placid waves!

Now that we’re getting closer to Cevaile Isle, some of that topography is starting to take shape, too. Maybe tomorrow we’ll take a little peek at what’s happening in town…

neo-rama:

mega kid
roller
blues bro

love the simplicity and gestures. megaman’s looking like kind of a dork, which is perfect. 

(via hugu)

thirdorgan:

Ilja Sainer - kresby, obrazy, objekty 1978 - 85 podpis autora
Okresní muzeum J. Hradec, 1985, původní sešit, formát A4, nestránkováno

not entirely sure what i’m looking at but i love it. makes me want to invent things. 

thirdorgan:

Ilja Sainer - kresby, obrazy, objekty 1978 - 85
podpis autora

Okresní muzeum J. Hradec, 1985, původní sešit, formát A4, nestránkováno

not entirely sure what i’m looking at but i love it. makes me want to invent things. 

(via bizarredisco)

great colors! the light and compositions are pretty top notch as well, but the palette is reallt what won me over. 

(Source: azertip, via lickmysoul)