Silberry's Inspiration

Sep 02

Facing The Waterfall by CalleHoglund

Sep 01 Reblogged


Daily Paint 651. Jurassic Book - Style Exploration by Cryptid-Creations
I was lazy today. Bad. Bad Piper —no >:( Got to draw more and concentrate on this project.


Daily Paint 651. Jurassic Book - Style Exploration by Cryptid-Creations

I was lazy today. Bad. Bad Piper —no >:( Got to draw more and concentrate on this project.

Sep 01 Reblogged


Siamese Fighting Fish

(Source: the--pessimist)

Aug 31 Reblogged



A ‘Ring of Fire’ solar eclipse is a rare phenomenon that occurs when the moon’s orbit is at its apogee: the part of its orbit farthest away from the Earth. Because the moon is so far away, it seems smaller than normal to the human eye. The result is that the moon doesn’t entirely block out our view of the sun, but leaves an “annulus,” or ring of sunlight glowing around it. Hence the term  “annular” eclipse rather than a “total” eclipse.


Aug 30 Reblogged


TFP Arcee by zgul-osr1113

Aug 30 Reblogged

salmon poke

(Source: foodxpron)

Aug 30 Reblogged



Liz Climo on Tumblr.

this really cheered me up

Aug 30 Reblogged

Surprisingly, perfectionists are often procrastinators, as they can tend to think “I don’t have the right skills or resources to do this perfectly now, so I won’t do it at all.”

(Source: myeyesarehazel)

Aug 29 Reblogged

As someone who likes to work from life, I really struggle with working from photos. The work seems to come out flat when compared to what I do from life. Your work seems to be so alive; more so than a photo. I feel like the trick is not being a slave to the photo reference as the camera can lie (bleached out lights and overly dark shadows). My brain doesn't know how to paint what's not there. Do you had any tips for working with photos so that it doesn't look like you just painted a photo? akemiartstudio


Don’t paint the photo. Paint what’s in the photo.

If you need more information about the thing in the photo, get better photos of the thing. If you need more knowledge about what choices to make, practice and study.

When you’re standing in a meadow with your easel, you have ten gazillion times the amount of information available to you compared to a photo of the same meadow. That means you can make a lot more choices about what you paint. A photo isn’t complete. It’s a mechanically acquired sample. No one stands in a meadow and tries to paint what they think a photo of a meadow would look like.

I mean, you can’t measure a photo on a painting scale. The photo will always come up short. No offense to photographers. It’s apples to oranges, yeah? An apple might taste good compared to other apples, but for an orange, it’s pretty shitty tasting.

That’s why when you try to paint a photo, you end up with something unsatisfying.

It takes a lot of practice to paint the thing and not the photo of the thing. I imagine it will take a lot more practice to get into the habit of separating the two if you’re used to painting from life. But it’s totally doable.

Also, I just realized who you are. Hi. :)

Aug 29 Reblogged


Artwork for Mayr-Melnhof Packaging byGerlinde Gruber

on Behance

untitled, 2014
 Cardboard on Wood
800 x 400 cm

My goal is to create specialised packaging designs highly inspired by their contents.

I love solving given challenges by making the packaging part of the product experience and delivering the clients’ message in a unique way. Products will be recognisable and reliably dressed without unnecessary design to preserve product authenticity. My packaging designs are characterized by cleverness and a surprising simplicity.

Furthermore I can support you in redesigning and optimizing your existing solutions. Even small changes in die-cut and choice of materials can increase efficiency and sustainability of your packagings. 

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