Go behind the scenes with Ramon Tikaram, the voice of Dorian in Dragon Age: Inquisiton!
A collected post of all my most recent illustrations of women wanderers and warriors. Prints here.
Artist and photographer Lee Jeong Lok born in 1971 in Gwanju, South Korea. He discovered his passion for photography as a design student at Gwangju University and subsequently studied photographic design and fine art photography in Seoul and New York. For more than a decade the artist has exhibited in solo and selected group exhibitions throughout Korea and his work can be found in the public collections of some of the most respected museums across the country.
Lee Jeonglok describes his current calling as “listening to nature to discover a unique, personal impression of a place…translating what it says into a visual language through my photography”.
artist find at nevver
A poetic and artful umbrella, Komorebi is based on a Japanese expression that approximately translates to “sunshine filtering through foliage.”
Art history meme (x) - 1-4/10 paintings - In The Library, Reflection of Beauty, Preparing For The Ball, The Blue Dress by Auguste Toulmouche
“It was a little chilling, to be honest. I looked so different from myself. Obviously, I’m not going to play this Elvenking like me. No one wants to see that. But, yeah, it was very interesting. The way the character is designed — he’s beautiful, he’s exquisite. There’s something very ethereal about him. But also unforgiving and cold. We figured that out with the way he looks before I even shot a scene. We would do the costume fittings and I would be like, ‘Yeah, he takes up a lot of space this guy. He belongs on a throne.’”
Lee Pace on playing Thranduil