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Rickypedia

The visual musings of Ricky Carlton.

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heyoscarwilde:

Free mining for the kids!
illustration by Brian Hefner :: via planet-pulp.com

heyoscarwilde:

Free mining for the kids!

illustration by Brian Hefner :: via planet-pulp.com

A parable by Jake Parker.

Family Photo.
Hairy characters. Wouldn’t it be great if they had more in common than just hair? This illustration was born from the dream that somehow, someday, a few of our most beloved characters might just find out that they’re related. And what better way to celebrate than take a nice family photograph?
Painted in Photoshop, via the assistance of a Wacom tablet. If you like it, please share.
Ricky Carlton | digital painting | 2011

Family Photo.

Hairy characters. Wouldn’t it be great if they had more in common than just hair? This illustration was born from the dream that somehow, someday, a few of our most beloved characters might just find out that they’re related. And what better way to celebrate than take a nice family photograph?

Painted in Photoshop, via the assistance of a Wacom tablet. If you like it, please share.

Ricky Carlton | digital painting | 2011

Jeunet’s “The City of Lost Children” as a Penguin Classic book.
Inspired by the many other amazing Fake Cover interpretations (like this). Created in Photoshop. Check out this movie if you haven’t seen it.

Jeunet’s “The City of Lost Children” as a Penguin Classic book.

Inspired by the many other amazing Fake Cover interpretations (like this). Created in Photoshop. Check out this movie if you haven’t seen it.

The Headwear Films of Wes Anderson: A Tribute.
The original idea was to create a series of minimalist posters for each film with a recurring silhouette (kinda like this). After some deliberation, I decided it worked better as one image.
So thanks, Wes, for some fine flicks with fine facial adornments.

The Headwear Films of Wes Anderson: A Tribute.

The original idea was to create a series of minimalist posters for each film with a recurring silhouette (kinda like this). After some deliberation, I decided it worked better as one image.

So thanks, Wes, for some fine flicks with fine facial adornments.