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Styx's Bizarre Adventure - Shards of Stardust by tushantin Styx's Bizarre Adventure - Shards of Stardust :icontushantin:tushantin 4 4 Wonder Woman - Lasso and Lightning by tushantin Wonder Woman - Lasso and Lightning :icontushantin:tushantin 17 1 Lord Yancyy by tushantin Lord Yancyy :icontushantin:tushantin 2 1 Low-Poly Master Sword (Breath Of The Wild) by tushantin Low-Poly Master Sword (Breath Of The Wild) :icontushantin:tushantin 22 2 Joseph Joestar - JoJo Sculpt by tushantin Joseph Joestar - JoJo Sculpt :icontushantin:tushantin 8 9 Super Saiyan Man Saitama by tushantin Super Saiyan Man Saitama :icontushantin:tushantin 1 0 Vod Ka - Character Concept by tushantin Vod Ka - Character Concept :icontushantin:tushantin 1 4 Yandere Simulator - Battle Ready! by tushantin Yandere Simulator - Battle Ready! :icontushantin:tushantin 24 4 Sargon of Akkad - Spear of the True King by tushantin Sargon of Akkad - Spear of the True King :icontushantin:tushantin 7 7 Sargon of Akkad - Enlightened Readings by tushantin Sargon of Akkad - Enlightened Readings :icontushantin:tushantin 7 8 One Wild Light by tushantin One Wild Light :icontushantin:tushantin 5 2 Honey Badger Brigade - Karen Straughan by tushantin Honey Badger Brigade - Karen Straughan :icontushantin:tushantin 8 0 The Uncaptured Moment by tushantin The Uncaptured Moment :icontushantin:tushantin 9 13 A Bit Hard To Dance (Greyscale) by tushantin A Bit Hard To Dance (Greyscale) :icontushantin:tushantin 0 0 Red-Haired Girl (Practice) by tushantin Red-Haired Girl (Practice) :icontushantin:tushantin 2 0 A Murky Generosity by tushantin A Murky Generosity :icontushantin:tushantin 0 0

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Sherlock Holmes - Game of Shadows
:bulletred:SPOILERS AHEAD:bulletred:
If you haven't seen the film, do not continue to read.
Is it that long ago already that the first Guy Ritchie Holmes movie came out? Wow.
Those who remember my Journal about the first film know that I was not exactly a big fan of it. In fact, I hated it. And because I hated it so much I was expecting the worst of the worst of the second film. It amazes me how much the expectations and approach before watching a film can change how it is perceived. I was positively dissappointed. I liked the film.
Yeah, I liked it. xD
And I shrug over the things I still don't particularly like. That's good. For everyone. xD
So... to the details.
:bulletblack:Holmes and Women
Irene Adler. No, still no. Making her a criminal working with Moriarty being in love with Holmes who flirts with her while investiagting? No. So I am sorry to say this, but I am glad she has been killed off. It was the only solution anyway in the end. I liked how Holmes gets rid of
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I've started a new webcomic after such a long time! It's called "Tomfoolery", and I'm hosting it on Tapas. Take a look if you haven't already!

I'm very much used to musing at other places, but I've decided to use that bit of musing here on dA instead as an attempt to get more involved with the community here. XD

So I've been reading Gary Faigin recently in order to start mastering my facial expression skills and stripping myself away from "anime-ishness". In the first few pages, he has described how consistently we have often focused on expressions in our art because it may make or break the entire mood of the painting. That's because, throughout our entire artistic history, regardless of the style of painting, artists have often strived to capture the "Movement of the Soul" — we honed our skills for thousands of years to be good at it, but we never seemed to reach perfection. And this quote by Leon Battista Alberti seems to perfectly encapsulate this phenomenon.

"Thus all the movements of the body should be closely observed by the painter. These he may well learn from nature, even though it is difficult to imitate the many movements of the soul. Who would ever believe who has not tried it how difficult it is to attempt to paint a laughing face only to have it elude you so that you make it more weeping than happy?"

It's fascinating to remember that the only reason artistic theories are so advanced today is because artists did not have a crutch initially. It took thousands of years to advance our drawing capabilities to its effectiveness, trying to achieve the near-impossible task of imitating the "movement of the soul", and the moment our technological advancement helped develop photography that does exactly what art has been striving for all along, art was starting to die... until folks like Picasso, Cezanne and Kandinsky came into the picture.

Imagine if we were smart enough to build a camera sometime in 200 AD, and by 400 AD everyone had smartphones.

Would we still have "The Martyrdom of St Lawrence"? Would we still have Michaelangelo?

Just some food for thought.

Even so, art hasn't died today. Perhaps because, as we've reached the digital age, all of the exploration that the giants of the past have made in every field can now be accessed at our fingertips. The various styles, ranging from Neo-Classicism to Romanticism to Cubism and Post-Modernism, can all now be blended in to produce the desired effect we need. This is something that Photography cannot do on its own, and instead takes inspiration from illustrators and artists themselves.

  • Listening to: Stealth Bastard OST
  • Reading: The Artist's Complete Guide to Facial Expression
  • Drinking: Water


Tushant M (Cyan Los)
Artist | Professional | Varied
Beyond the walls of perception lie realms of ethereal possibilities that may or may not exist — or at least most believe they don’t. You cannot walk because of the non-existent floor and its gravitational fluctuation, nor can you feel the ordinary warm or cold winds upon your face, save for the sensation itself is a tingling one, soothing one mixed with feeling of sweet conflict and spicy love. As you swim past the conceptual lamps — barely forged and lame, yet containing the voices of universes within — in the light of the six moons at a window by the mountain of emerald, you will find me sitting on a 19th century Gentlemen’s Armchair with my fingers steepled and eyes lost in tranquillity.

“What goes on in that mind”, you ponder? That is one mystery impossible to dispel. Though, rest assured, I may have something you’re looking for.

Artist, poet and animator, as well as aspiring writer, I reside in the land of dreams where I am lost in myriad of thoughts. Thanks for enjoying my art. Keep an eye out, and you might just catch gold.

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dev-moon Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2017
Thank you so much for the :+fav: on "kami_Hair Brushes" and :+devwatch:
darkmatter18 Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2016   Digital Artist
Thanks for the llama!!:D (Big Grin) 
tushantin Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2016  Professional General Artist
Hehe you're welcome. And thank you for the watch!
thehobbypanda Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2016  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Ty so much for the watch, it means the world to me Hug Heart 
tushantin Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2016  Professional General Artist
Aye, I love your cute plushie crafts! :D
Clovis15 Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2016
Thanks a lot for the watch, and it's also good to see you're still kicking! Did you see the CTU-2 finally came out, and included the logo you made for it?
tushantin Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2016  Professional General Artist
Hiya! I'm not sure, when was the release again? Link? xD
Clovis15 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2016
*facepalm* I meant to say CTU-24, obviously CTU-2 came out aeons ago. Here's a link:…
tushantin Featured By Owner May 2, 2016  Professional General Artist
Haha yeah, I remember seeing that before. Looks like somebody's becoming zombie food. xD
pin100 Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you so much for the watch! Neko Emoji-17 (Happy) [V1] by JerikutoYour support means a lot to me and helps me to improve my skills :D
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