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Ryohei Hase Artworks 

 on deviantART

In Japan, the word “cute” or kawaii can be stamped on just about everything when it comes to aesthetics. Cute dogs, dolls, cartoons and cars are the accepted standard. Now picture human bodies with wolf heads tearing each other apart. Pigs crowded around a dinner table salivating over their roasted brethren. Japanese artist and Tokyo resident Ryohei Hase illustrates beautifully disturbing scenes with obsessive detail. Cannibalism is at times a running theme in his work. Using Photoshop and other software, Hase creates digital art that almost challenges traditional painting if not coexisting without notice. Take a look at some of his work below.

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homovikings:

do you know who’s trash???? me. I’M TRASH. DO YOU KNOW WHY. BECAUSE I TOLD MYSELF LAST SUMMER THAT I WOULDN’T EVEN BE INTERESTED IN ANYTHING RELATING TO BATMAN VS SUPERMAN BUT HERE I AM, TRASHING AWAY, AWAITING NEW FIC OF MY OTP AND VIBRATING EVERY TIME I HEAR WONDER WOMAN INFO. BECAUSE I. AM. TRASH.

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dolly-george:

Some people have been interested in my conjoined twins, so I’ll try my beast to tell you how I made them!

I started with 2 regular Clawdeens. I took off both heads carefully and took out all their hair. I soaked both the heads in brush cleaner with acetone to get off both the faceups and the paint on the head (some of the paint on the head still remains, it’s pretty strong.) Using a dremel, a friend and I removed one arm and one leg on each of them. We sanded down the chests if the both of them. (and found that monster highs are hollow on the inside!) Using paper clay, I sculpted “bridges” between the hips and shoulders. You can see on the left stomach and the right upper back I deliberately sculpted lumps. I also used clay to fill the holes in the ears left by the earrings. After the clay was completely dry (it took a couple days since the clay was thick) I sanded down the edges to blend it into the existing plastic. I did my best to mix paint to match the doll’s original color. After I painted the body I did the faceups and put the heads back on. The wigs I made myself and I left holes for their ears to poke out. The shoes are basic Operetta shoes. The pants I made myself. The white stripes are thread. The pants are removable, but the shirt in sewn on by the sides. They stand on a small metal doll stand. Their names are Clyde (the wide-eyed one) and Calvin (the annoyed-looking one).

Thank you for reading! :)

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gurochaninwonderland:

My CAM bee girl!

This is the third faceup I’ve done on her.  The first two I screwed up royally and she was stained in the process.  I had pretty much given up on her (And was super sad about it because I love her sculpt) but one day I just decided to work with the stains and see what I could do.  I’m glad I did! 

I need to redo a curl on her wig, but meh. That’s for later!

*Edited for color and contrast not content. <3

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humblezombie:

All of Mo, the mosaic doll’s, body is basically done, yay!  Next I’m going to be adding a bit of sparkly paint and metallic paint to some of the little “pieces of glass”.  Then I’ll be touching up stuff for… I dunno, ever? ^^;  I figure there’s no point in rushing to get her body done though as I’m still sculpting her head (which will then need painting too).

humblezombie:

All of Mo, the mosaic doll’s, body is basically done, yay!  Next I’m going to be adding a bit of sparkly paint and metallic paint to some of the little “pieces of glass”.  Then I’ll be touching up stuff for… I dunno, ever? ^^;  I figure there’s no point in rushing to get her body done though as I’m still sculpting her head (which will then need painting too).