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We hit the first goal, woo! Next up, Pathways updates twice a week! If we hit this goal before the end of August, a monthly chibi will be added for all patrons! And if we can reach it before then, each month patrons will get to vote on who I draw!

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Nearing the end of the month, and we’ve passed $600! WOO! That puts us in a good place to make the $700 end of August goal and get you all that monthly chibi! ^_^ 

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Thank you!

your coloring is amazing. *galaxy brain*


not surprised my favorite character (g’kar) mapped onto my OTHER favorite character. I’m setting up the centauri/narn conflict with the silmil and new moon/dead moon/whatever nehellenia’s deal was, respectively.

for the uninitiated, narns are awesome and they are marvels of costume and makeup design that I have ruthlessly prettied up here. my narned-out nehellenia would look very different. :)

more b5 senshi:

tumblr artist PSA?



It looks like tumblr now automatically converts png files to jpg – if you have a fairly “clean”/simple digital art style that gets wrecked by jpg artifacts, you’ll want to put transparency somewhere in the image – tumblr will leave pngs with transparency alone (a single pixel border of transparency around the image works and is pretty non-intrusive).

Incidentally twitter has done this for a while, the same method of fixing it works there.

I’ve been doing this on twitter for months now; literally just adding a tiny border of transparent pixels is enough. .jpg does not support transparency, so adding it to the image forces Tumblr to maintain the .png file in order to maintain the transparency.



Specially designed for the “8 variations for Stradivari” exhibition at Cremona, Italy (May 2013), this style is Kobi’s view of the classic instrument. The brown leather mimics the warmness of carved wood and with “strings” up the heel and S-shaped “holes” on the insole and sole, the transformation into a shoe shape is complete.

Harp Footwear Art by Kobi Levi

This design is inspired by the classic harp. Like the instrument itself, it is shaped around an empty space, where the main details are placed to complete and emphasize the overall look.