themes
themes:

Lytton 
It’s all about impact and character. It comes loaded with tons of header, background, and typography options to help you build the perfect blog.
Lytton is an extensively customizable single-channel theme for virtually any use.
Create a bold landing page with full-screen background and header options.
Keep your followers connected with links to more than 20 social media sites.
Check out Lytton and more at tumblr.com/themes

themes:

Lytton 

It’s all about impact and character. It comes loaded with tons of header, background, and typography options to help you build the perfect blog.

  • Lytton is an extensively customizable single-channel theme for virtually any use.
  • Create a bold landing page with full-screen background and header options.
  • Keep your followers connected with links to more than 20 social media sites.

Check out Lytton and more at tumblr.com/themes

scientificillustration
jehart:

Red-eyed tree frog life cycle in watercolour and technical pen on Arches hotpress watercolour board. 
Finally posting this piece, which I finished a while ago. This was part of my semi-private lessons on topics in scientific illustration, and was the first time I’d made a descriptive illustration in watercolour (usually, it’s Adobe Illustrator). I’ve discovered that I’m not so skilled in painting backgrounds, but it was an interesting learning experience, and I think that it would be fun to try again some day. I’m not crazy about the illustration board I use, since it curved severely under heavy washes, so next time I’ll probably use stretched or heavy hotpress paper. On the plus side, it holds up remarkably well to multiple layers of liquid masking fluid. 

jehart:

Red-eyed tree frog life cycle in watercolour and technical pen on Arches hotpress watercolour board. 

Finally posting this piece, which I finished a while ago. This was part of my semi-private lessons on topics in scientific illustration, and was the first time I’d made a descriptive illustration in watercolour (usually, it’s Adobe Illustrator). I’ve discovered that I’m not so skilled in painting backgrounds, but it was an interesting learning experience, and I think that it would be fun to try again some day. I’m not crazy about the illustration board I use, since it curved severely under heavy washes, so next time I’ll probably use stretched or heavy hotpress paper. On the plus side, it holds up remarkably well to multiple layers of liquid masking fluid.