Tag Archive: art

Dec 18 2015

200 pages of J1 Studios FAN ART from over 30 COUNTRIES for FREE to download!

After the success of the J1 Studios Tribute Book Volume 1 from 2011, we decided to try again. So the 1st volume was 50 pages with various art from around the globe, to (with Volume 2) being a 2012 fan art book that’s over 200 pages long with art from over 30 countries of their …

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Jul 03 2015

Download the 1st J1 Studios Tribute Book, made by fans, for FREE!

Fans from all around the globe sent in fan art of their favorite J1 Studios characters to us and we decided to put together our first book. To our surprise we thought it would be about 10 pieces of work, but it turned into a 50 page book very fast! We had to show off …

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Apr 02 2015

Page 3 of the webcomic, Lime Rind: The Rogue Samurai is up!

Alright Alright Samurai Fans.  We know that while you love and adore Most Master Guardian and Daisy Shandelear but the real questions on everyone’s mind is “Where in Watif is Lime Rind?!?”  Well.  Look no further you loyal readers you.  Check it out here at J1studios. Click HERE to read it , or just go to the …

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Sep 25 2014

Time to read ‘Silver’ Page 11… FREE!

A wandering stranger and the discovery of a fallen goddess. Go check out page 11 of Silver RIGHT HERE or Click on COMICS at the top to find it! 2,008 total views, no views today

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Jan 12 2014

Black Tribbles² talk to industry animator Matt B! TONIGHT @ 10pm EST

Tonight the Black Tribbles interview industry animator Matthew B.! Sunday 10pm EST on Black Tribbles² LIVE on 900AM WURD on your Philly radio dial and www.900amWURD.com worldwide – On Air, Online and In The Community.   LISTEN HERE: www.900amWURD.com   His written interview with us can be found here: http://www.j1studios.com/j1-studios-interviews-young-justice-animator-matthew-bordenave/ 3,644 total views, no views today

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Sep 24 2013

Full Turn: 3D Light Sculptures from Rotating Flat Screen Monitors

  Full Turn is a kinetic light sculpture by Benjamin Muzzin created as a diploma project for his bachelor degree at ECAL. The piece was constructed from two flat screen monitors placed back-to-back and spun at extremely high speed resulting in three-dimensional light forms that hover in thin air. Of the work he says:   With this project I …

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Sep 21 2013

Custom TRON themed N64

Youtube user zoxsk8 has made another outstanding work of art from the Nintendo 64 system. This time in TRON, and it seems to glow in the dark. Check out the video below for a close up look. This is the same guy who painted a Kirby’s Dream Land 3 themed SNES a Majora’s Mask Nintendo …

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Aug 20 2013

Dj CUTMAN’s Legend of 8-Bit (Lounge) @ PhilaMOCA 8/31

Dj CUTMAN and friends are coming together at the PhilaMOCA to bring you a one of a kind event and record release party! THE PARTY: This 8-Bit Lounge is Zelda themed, complete with free-play consoles, Potion Bar, gaming treats by Brulee Bakery, Pixel artwork by Squarepainter, and live DJ sets! THE ALBUM: MeowMeow & BowWow is a …

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Aug 12 2013

Disney Characters as Pokemon Trainers!

Deviantart user Krista Nicholson, also known as Kuitsuku, has been putting up some beautiful work of disney characters imagined as Pokemon trainers! Here are a few of her pieces, and the rest can be seen in her Disney Art Gallery.  follow Kuitsuku on twitter 4,186 total views, no views today

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Jul 06 2013

Awesome Steampunk Art

  New-Jersey based artist Sue Beatrice of All Natural Arts assembles curious sculptures of animals and human figures. With the environment in mind, her creations are made entirely out of recycled materials. The discarded and found objects (gears, sprockets, vintage pocket watches, etc.) are repurposed into unique items that boast themes of nature. These pieces would be such a …

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