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How You're Sabotaging Your Creativity Every Day

We often talk about the simple things you can do to boost creativity and create more of those magical eureka moments, but many of us tend to sabotage …

Creativity

How To De-Objectify Women in Comics: A Guide

<b>By Renae De Liz</b><p><i>The following was originally posted on Renae’s Twitter feed. It is collected and reprinted here with permission.</i><p>As an artist, what can …

The Director of 'Lego Batman' on How to Make a Stop-Motion Brick Flick of Your Very Own

Despite the blocky, herky-jerky quality of their visuals, 2014’s <i>The Lego Movie</i> and its box-office-ruling spinoff, <i>The Lego Batman Movie</i>, were not …

BBC Radio 4 - Fry's English Delight, Series 9, The Story of Oh!, Watchmen artist Dave Gibbons on comic-book onomatopoeias

Dave Gibbons and Stephen Fry discuss the use of text to represent sounds in graphic novels.<p>(Thanks to Dave Gibbons for supplying the graphic.)

Comics

Hardworking, ticked off, driven by rage and anxiety: The Oatmeal isn’t who you think he is

Seattle’s Matthew Inman makes no apologies for his hilarious and twisted comic.

Exploding Kittens

Car Ads Didn't Used to Be So Bleh. They Were Serious Art

Before whiz-bang commercials, slapdash social media posts, and ridiculous concept cars, artists spent weeks—months, even—crafting gorgeous …

Brooklyn-based photographer Ben Zank has an eye for the unusual. Strange juxtapositions, awkward inconveniences, and often the ongoing struggle of …

Google’s Tilt Brush artists show off the power of virtual reality art

Now that the HTC Vive is out in the wild, and the in-depth reviews are coming in, the question becomes: What can you really do with it?<p>One of the …

Virtual Reality

Todays' tips is very easy to remember -- dynamic composition 101 -- do NOT cut your composition in half. Put your ground line anywhere but the middle-- 1/3, 1/4, 1/5 top or bottom is good. Avoid symmetry between top and bottom to make your composition more dynamic. There's always exception to this rule, such as when you need to emphasize symmetry to enhance the story. However, in general, anywhere but half will make your composition more dynamic. XO, Griz #griz #grizandnorm #tuesdaytips #arttips #arttutorial #drawingtip #animation #composition #new

This underwater museum turns the ocean floor into an art gallery

Installation is complete at Europe's first underwater museum, due to open later this month.<p>The Museo Atlantico under the waves off Lanzarote, in …

Scuba Diving

A Unique View of a Potter's Wheel Shaping Clay

The footage is dizzying as hell but it’s also really enjoyable because you get to see pottery from a perspective that’s typically unseen, from the …

Cool Stuff

4 Jedi Mind(fulness) Tricks to Help an Anxious Child

<i>“The Force is what gives a Jedi his power,” says Obi-Wan Kenobi to Luke Skywalker. “It’s an energy field created by all living things. It surrounds</i> …

The Oatmeal

<b>The Oatmeal is on Facebook.</b> To connect with The Oatmeal, log into Facebook.<p>or<p><b>The Oatmeal</b><p>Here's the tiny shareable version of yesterday's comic.<p>Oct …

Colorful Quilled Paper Designs by Sena Runa

Istanbul-based artist Sena Runa first explored the craft of paper quilling three years ago while looking for a hobby to fill her spare time. Runa …