On the wind, ‘cross the sea… 

gallant-designs:

Sailor Moon R Part 1 Redux
Just over a year ago, I created my second Sailor Moon print in which I intended to create about 10 total.  It was chronological, and covered the Doom Tree saga found in the first half of the second season.  I spent a whole lot of time on it (a whole lot) and, in the moment, was happy with how it looked.  Now here we are a year later, and instead of moving on to the surely exciting Wicked Lady stuff, I have been sitting and stewing on how much I hated that poster. 
The colors were all over the place.  The ghostly Moonlight Knight and Sailor Moon looked tacked on and completely out of place (they were).  The haphazard array of secondary colors did not evoke DOOM TREE, but more so LISA FRANK.   
I finally had a moment last night were I took a moment (or a few hours) and Ironed out all of the issues I had been having.  
So here I present, the new and improved print.  It takes everything I loved about the first version, and makes into something much more powerful and beautiful.  The Doom Tree arc may have been some weird-ass filler, but it didn’t lack the emotionally charged punch that I have come to expect from my Sailor Moon.  
Prints and Cases available at redbubble
And for those of you who have been waiting a year, I am already working on the next in the set.  I have sketches! It will happen.  I kind of took a break from design over the summer, because after working in design all day I just wanted to be lazy and play video games.  But now that fall is in full swing, I have been working diligently each day.  Expect big things! (Or expect little and get pleasantly surprised)

gallant-designs:

Sailor Moon R Part 1 Redux

Just over a year ago, I created my second Sailor Moon print in which I intended to create about 10 total.  It was chronological, and covered the Doom Tree saga found in the first half of the second season.  I spent a whole lot of time on it (a whole lot) and, in the moment, was happy with how it looked.  Now here we are a year later, and instead of moving on to the surely exciting Wicked Lady stuff, I have been sitting and stewing on how much I hated that poster

The colors were all over the place.  The ghostly Moonlight Knight and Sailor Moon looked tacked on and completely out of place (they were).  The haphazard array of secondary colors did not evoke DOOM TREE, but more so LISA FRANK.   

I finally had a moment last night were I took a moment (or a few hours) and Ironed out all of the issues I had been having.  

So here I present, the new and improved print.  It takes everything I loved about the first version, and makes into something much more powerful and beautiful.  The Doom Tree arc may have been some weird-ass filler, but it didn’t lack the emotionally charged punch that I have come to expect from my Sailor Moon.  

Prints and Cases available at redbubble

And for those of you who have been waiting a year, I am already working on the next in the set.  I have sketches! It will happen.  I kind of took a break from design over the summer, because after working in design all day I just wanted to be lazy and play video games.  But now that fall is in full swing, I have been working diligently each day.  Expect big things! (Or expect little and get pleasantly surprised)

pureheartemotion:

These three pictures are the main reason why I was always on hiatus for the last months.

It’s my final work in art school.

gallant-designs:

Sailor Moon Season 1 - Things Adam likes as Minimalist Posters
And I also uploaded it as a print to redbubble in case anyone is in the mood to have it on their wall, or above their toilet or whatnot. 
I will probably be slapping it on an iphone case later too, and then moving on to Sailor Moon R with some chibiusa action.  The plan is to do each season, so we shall see where it takes me.  

gallant-designs:

Sailor Moon Season 1 - Things Adam likes as Minimalist Posters

And I also uploaded it as a print to redbubble in case anyone is in the mood to have it on their wall, or above their toilet or whatnot. 

I will probably be slapping it on an iphone case later too, and then moving on to Sailor Moon R with some chibiusa action.  The plan is to do each season, so we shall see where it takes me.  

youmissthewar:

More Lionlock. If this is the way I need to break my art block, so be it.

youmissthewar:

More Lionlock. If this is the way I need to break my art block, so be it.

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Shield of Henry II of France, France, ca. 1555.

The battle scene at the center is thought to depict the victory of Hannibal and the Carthaginians over the Romans in Cannae in 216 B.C., which here could be interpreted as an allusion to the struggle of France against the Holy Roman Empire during the sixteenth century. In the strapwork borders are the intertwined letters: H for Henry II (reigned 1547–59); C for Catherine de Médicis, his queen; and possibly also D for Diane de Poitiers, his mistress. Interspersed with the initials are crescents, the king’s personal badge and a reference to the moon goddess Diana and her namesake Diane de Poitiers.

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