Taken from the Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind: Watercolor Impressions artbook.
The artbook contains original works by Miyazaki himself, spanning the many years of the manga’s production, as well as the making of the film. The book contains full page, vivid illustrations that include manga covers.
You can purchase the hardcover version for around $25 on amazon.
(Source: ldfb, via oh-totoro)
do you ever think about how in a few decades there will be people with their entire lives chronicled on the internet, decades of posts and history and ramblings and texts, and we’ll be able to just look back over the hundreds of thousands of their words and thoughts long after they’re dead and it’ll be much easier to keep track of history and way harder for other people to change to their liking
when someone walks into a room where you are playing piano and they are very surprised to see you playing the piano
Another one of my top favorite painters, Hakusaku pushes digital art forward with their masterful handling of the digital brush. If you would like to see just how Hakusaku puts down their strokes and creates the stunning colors, renderings, and compositions of their works, they fortunately have made their process very accessible in two ways; through either their Drawr or their Ustream channel (linked below) you can watch their process in real time, sometimes entirely from a blank canvas to the finished piece. I would highly recommend watching their recorded streams or catching a live broadcast on Ustream — a lot of my favorite work by them is best/only seen in those streams.
Note: Hakusaku’s name is sometimes written as H9S9 and 8939.