marblellous

just wriggley enough to be a worm :) // art blog @marblellous-art

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marblellous
Posted: 1.6 hours ago
everlasting-random-art: everlasting-random-art: Expression practice doodles If he wasn’t before, he is now
marblellous
Posted: 15.8 hours ago
biitterbatter: I love this ship and this AU so ofc I had to draw it! 💚❤️ I kinda had a lot of fun drawing this! Which was unexpected because when the initial idea came up I thought I would kinda be having a bad time. But I powered through it and it came out looking pretty good! Which is great because I absolutely love this ship in every way!
#i lovvv ur art cece #this is the sweetest #bnha #friend art
marblellous
Posted: 15.8 hours ago
treatscraft: I’m sure a ton of people already know how to do this, but I only learned recently, so I wanted to share one of my favorite thumbnailing tricks! Color matching is SUPER helpful to quickly map out potential color schemes :D [EDIT] this is in Adobe Photoshop, sorry for forgetting to mention that!
#art ref
marblellous
Posted: 16.7 hours ago
yourfaveloves: 💖 LOVESTRUCK FOOL PRIDE FLAG 💖 the identity of being a dumbass in love !! a true lovestruck fool
#fave
marblellous
Posted: 17.0 hours ago
inthenameofpeacewemakewar: sweetappletea: imtoobiforyou: sn0wburr: mybabybumblebee: Look at this! Look at this fucking thing! This was done in 1986, and used absolutely no CGI whatsoever. It was ALL practical, and ALL done through puppetry. Look at the last gif. Over a dozen vines are moving at once along with its head, lips, and tongue! In interviews Rick Moranis has stated he often forgot he was working with a puppet, as opposed to a really ugly guy. Even today it looks so real. Audrey ii is nothing short of miraculous IM SORRY WHAT WHAT It took over 60 puppeteers to operate Audrey II’s final form in the film. You can read more about the puppet’s creation and operation here. The practical effects of Little Shop of Horrors was fucking astounding. It’s worth it to mention that, in the scenes where the plant is moving, the filming was slowed to 12 to 16 frames a second, so that the film could be sped up to give the Audrey II a more lifelike appearance. In such scenes where actors like Rick Moranis had to speak with the plant, he had to mouth his lines at a slower-than-normal speed while still looking convincing, only to have his voice added in post. It’s also worth mentioning that a crew of 60+ puppeteers were needed to operate the plant, as the entire puppet weighed over a ton.
marblellous
Posted: 17.0 hours ago
agitated-animator: Fjord right now