montereybayaquarium:

We’ve posted photos of the amazing bigfin reef squid before—but no two images are alike! Like many cephalopods, these squid use pigmented skin cells, called chromatophores, to change color and pattern.

Check them out when Tentacles opens April 12 

Enter to win a behind-the-scenes tour


snajath:

Pic #1: Basic sketch, what I just randomly draw for a skeleton


Pic #2: Proper line art (took me around 10 layers tho)

Pic #3: Basic Coloring and shizzle

Pic #4: et voila DONE

snajath:

Something I drew a while back which I forgot to upload

snajath:

Something I drew a while back which I forgot to upload

snajath:

So tried out to make an animation!Tiring but fun xD

snajath:

So tried out to make an animation!
Tiring but fun xD

snajath:

Life Lessons guys

marcofranceschettiph:

Nolo exhibere (I don’t want to know).
One of my fist photos of the year
My Facebook Page: Marco Franceschetti Photography

marcofranceschettiph:

Nolo exhibere (I don’t want to know).

One of my fist photos of the year

My Facebook Page: Marco Franceschetti Photography

snajath:

Roronoa Zoro- My coloring process