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I am obsessed with Lee Pace. So my blog is pretty much full of him.
I also can't live without art, therefore I make this blog about Lee Pace fan art: http://leepaceart.tumblr.com/

My online portfolio:
http://www.behance.net/tessachen
My twitter: @realtessachen
My art tumblr: http://tessafebiani.tumblr.com/
My music blog with idlecuriosity: http://eartoears.wordpress.com/
I own this crafts store: http://theminacrafts.com/ Feel free to shop there!

Apr 17
howtotrainyourdragon:

ONE WEEK left of our second Dragon Rider Challenge! Upload your best How to Train Your Dragon artwork to Twitter or Instagram with #DragonsChallenge2 to be entered for a chance to win a limited edition lithograph!  

howtotrainyourdragon:

ONE WEEK left of our second Dragon Rider Challenge! Upload your best How to Train Your Dragon artwork to Twitter or Instagram with #DragonsChallenge2 to be entered for a chance to win a limited edition lithograph!  


neekko:

iguanamouth:

WHERE are they getting this stuff !!

I’d like to think human hoarders were secretly dragons in their past lives.

(via jessicatattack)


Apr 15
mrsleegrinnerpace:

Now you can say Lee autographed your blog.

mrsleegrinnerpace:

Now you can say Lee autographed your blog.


jhenne-bean:

w4ffles:

lohrien:

Disney Papercrafts by Jackie Huang

Damn.

*A*

(via paperclutz)


Apr 13

hopscotchstop:

Rapunzel - Paper cut concertina book.

(via paperclutz)


Apr 12

awkmitage:

That one (and only) time Richard spoke about Lee and it was hilariously awkward. (x)

BONUS:

What really gets me about this is that you can give him a topic, any topic and he’ll talk your ear off. Mention Lee and he clams up. Not even about Thorin and Thranduil. That, he can talk about endlessly. It’s just the mention of Lee that gets him all stammer-y. Couldn’t change the topic fast enough!

I mean, that confrontation was one of the big scenes in DoS. You can’t tell me the only thing you can say about it is that it was interesting.


Apr 11
“There’s a much longer version of Mirkwood that we shot. Umm… there’s a really beautiful sequence where Bombur falls into the stream, the Enchanted Stream, and we have to carry him. And then also, Thorin and Bilbo see the white stag, which is this sort of manifestation of the Elf King, kind of projecting himself into the forest. And Thorin kind of symbolically tries to kill the stag with his crossbow. Which I…you know, that was really disappointing that that couldn’t be in the film because I do think, I think it’s like a little beacon of the relationship between Thorin and the Elf King.” Richard Armitage in The Hobbit Twitter Q&A : “What scenes will be included on the extended edition of Desolation?” (via richardandlee)

meanwhile-in-the-shire asked: Hello! I just saw your silhouette book of Lee Pace-gorgeous! Can I ask what kind of paper you use? I've been trying to do something similar but I always get a bit of a ragged edge and I'm not sure if its the paper, xacto knife, or the cutting board (I don't have a mat) Can you help?

Hello! Thank you for asking about my Lee Pace book.

I use an ordinary paper from local stationery store in my city. It looks like this. It has smooth texture.

Based on my experience, it doesn’t really matter what kind of paper you use. I pay more attention to the thickness. Thicker paper is more difficult to cut. You should try to cut some papers with different thickness to find which one you feel most comfortable with. For Lee Pace book. I use 200 gsm paper. Cutting thin paper, such as 100 gsm paper, is much easier and you’ll get a neat cut. But. it won’t be able to stand steadily when the book is opened because it’s too thin. If you use thick paper, such as 300 gsm, it will look good when the book is opened. But, it’s more difficult to make a neat cut on thick paper. You will also need more power to make the cut on thick paper. So, I chose the 200 gsm paper. Easy to cut, but also can stand quite steady.

I also suggest you to use cutting mat and sharp x acto knife because they are really helpful to make a nice shaped cut. Just don’t forget to be careful with the knife.

I hope this help. x


Apr 7

celebrity-beatings:

Bombay Bicycle Club
Backstage at Bristol Academy
By Martin Thompson

(via hellyeahbombaybicycleclub)


Apr 6

berryofficial:

Minimalistic Poster design of Doctor Who


corgiaddict:

A Ham in Any Season (by Goro!)


Apr 5

sarahtrumbauer:

Papercut art by Sarah Trumbauer
Progress photos of my Wild Birds papercut piece - from initial drawing to finished cut

Also available for purchase in print form at
sarahtrumbauer.etsy.com

(via paperclutz)


leeeeeeeeeegooooooooolaaaaaaaaas:

omg okay I’m laughing really hard because they basically had to yell at these lollipop looking balls mounted on sticks like how do you keep a straight face doing that I can’t even


Apr 4

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