color-palettes
oceannist:

✩ Adobe Color CC ✩ Benjamin Moore Color Gallery ✩ COLOURlovers ✩ Color Blender ✩ ColorCombos Tester ✩ Color Halipixel ✩ ColorHexa ✩ Color Hunter ✩ ColorJack ✩ Color Name & Hue ✩ ColorPicker ✩ Color Resources ✩ Color Vision ✩ Colourpod @ Tumblr ✩ Color Palette Generator ✩ Color Blindness Simulator ✩ Colors for the Color Blind ✩ CSS Color Names sorted by Lightness and Hue ✩ Design Seeds ✩ Dulux let’s colour ✩ Five Tips for Selecting a Color Palette ✩ Paletton, formerly Color Schemer Designer 3 ✩ Name that Color ✩ Pantone Matching System Color Chart (PDF) ✩ Pantone Matching System Color Chart (WEB) ✩ Rapid Tables: RGB Color Codes ✩ Rapid Tables: RGB to HSL converter ✩ Rapid Tables: RGB to HEX converter ✩ Rapid Tables: RGB to CMYK converter ✩ Rapid Tables: Color Wheel Chart ✩ The Meaning of Colors ✩ Swarovski Download Area ✩ Universal Color Language: p.1 // p.2 ✩ Wikipedia: List of Colors (Compact ver.)

oceannist:

Adobe Color CC
Benjamin Moore Color Gallery
COLOURlovers
Color Blender
ColorCombos Tester
Color Halipixel
ColorHexa
Color Hunter
ColorJack
Color Name & Hue
ColorPicker
Color Resources
Color Vision
Colourpod @ Tumblr
Color Palette Generator
Color Blindness Simulator
Colors for the Color Blind
CSS Color Names sorted by Lightness and Hue
Design Seeds
Dulux let’s colour
Five Tips for Selecting a Color Palette
Paletton, formerly Color Schemer Designer 3
Name that Color
Pantone Matching System Color Chart (PDF)
Pantone Matching System Color Chart (WEB)
Rapid Tables: RGB Color Codes
Rapid Tables: RGB to HSL converter
Rapid Tables: RGB to HEX converter
Rapid Tables: RGB to CMYK converter
Rapid Tables: Color Wheel Chart
The Meaning of Colors
Swarovski Download Area
✩ Universal Color Language: p.1 // p.2
Wikipedia: List of Colors (Compact ver.)

dresdencodak

dresdencodak:

NSFW - Cyborg/Amputee Pinups (Repost)

Inspired by a couple of amputee pinup photo shoots, I wanted to put together something similar with my own amputee character. This is obviously not the sort of thing that would be in the Dresden Codak comic (which is at most PG-13), but I found it a fun exercise. I hate it when people with prostheses or those who are otherwise “disabled” are portrayed as incomplete in some way. It’s simply not true, and something I hope I successfully address with my work in general. People are much more than the sum of their parts.

I originally posted these a month or so ago, but it accidentally got caught in a deletion craze I got in with the archives. I wanted to repost it because I didn’t want to give the impression that I didn’t stand by the work or something like that. In reality, I’ve gotten such nice thoughts and comments from various people, including amputees, and it would be a shame to not make the set available again.

alliebirdseed
alliebirdseed:

All done!
I was so excited to get the tape off this morning, but I went to sleep instead just in case the paper might still be a little damp. I am really pleased with the outcome, and with Cobalt Teal - gosh that is just the cleanest, prettiest teal-blue I have ever seen. All the M Graham paints I tried here were like that though, just… really vivid and clear.
The little white dots were made with frisket, and I almost forgot to pick them off. I only noticed because I was like wait.. browngreen spot on the watercan? mmmm…..
Next up… bonefishes maybe!

alliebirdseed:

All done!

I was so excited to get the tape off this morning, but I went to sleep instead just in case the paper might still be a little damp. I am really pleased with the outcome, and with Cobalt Teal - gosh that is just the cleanest, prettiest teal-blue I have ever seen. All the M Graham paints I tried here were like that though, just… really vivid and clear.

The little white dots were made with frisket, and I almost forgot to pick them off. I only noticed because I was like wait.. browngreen spot on the watercan? mmmm…..

Next up… bonefishes maybe!