Novas artes de How to Train Your Dragon 2 (vários artistas) - THECAB - The Concept Art Blog
Hoje apresentamos uma seleção com várias imagens criadas na produção do filme How to Train Your Dragon 2, do estúdio DreamWorks. Os artistas responsáveis por esses belos trabalhos são Peter Chan, Nicolas Weis, Iuri Lioi e Woonyoung Jung. Se ainda não viu e quiser conferir também os posts anteriores, acesse os links no final desta página. Muita coisa legal! (Peter Chan) (Nicolas Weis) ( (Iuri Lioi) (Woonyoung) VISITE:
Marvelously Modern Mobile Living: 15 Cool Campers - WebEcoist
Why pull a boring white trailer that looks like everyone else's when you could have a hybrid camper-boat, a futuristic modular camper or a mobile home on legs that can navigate tough terrain? These 15 dream campers add even more function, not to mention aesthetic appeal, to today's clunky mobile living spaces. Ecco
Is Carrying Storm Sails on Your Cruising Boat Really Necessary?
It's good insurance to have storm sails available in your sail locker if you are going offshore, and these are recommended fabric weights and dimensions for the storm jib and trysail
28mm Viking Longship
Viking longship designed for use with 25mm and 28mm miniatures. Longship is almost 14 inches in length and about 3 and 2/8 inches wide. Over 8 inches in height with mast. Assembly required. Instructions included. ! This is one of the more challenging models produced by TRE Games, see blog post for additional suggestions and help with construction of this model.
201 Wind & Water - Anything and Everything Catalina 22
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There are strong but superficial similarities between The Bark Canoes and Skin Boats of Northern Eurasia, a new book by Harri Luukkanen and William W. Fitzhugh, and the 1964 classic The Bark Canoes and Skin Boats of North America by Edwin Tappan Adney and Howard I. Chapelle. Obviously, there is the title, clearly meant as a respectful acknowledgement of the older work. The two books have the same publisher (Smithsonian), and the same format, both being oversize, printed in black and white…