tyrannyoftheurgent:

asylum-art:

Hyperrealistic Portraits Using Acrylic Paint by  JW-Jeong 
(Joongwon Charles Jeong) on deviantART 
Joongwon (Charles) Jeong is a hyperrealist painter from South Korea. A freelance artist and illustrator, Jeong studied Visual Communication Design at the Hongik University of Fine Art & Design in Seoul.
Jeong’s preferred medium is acrylic on canvas which he says is so versatile and its effect ranges from “thick, oil-like texture to watercolour splashes.”
With solo and group exhibitions in Seoul, Jeong is also quite popular online, especially on deviantART and Facebook where you can see much more of his incredible work.
Jeong lists his favourite artists as: Michleangelo, Titian, Holbein, Norman Rockwell, Sebastian Kruger, James Gurney, and Drew Struzan


 I don’t want anyone lookin that closely at my skin
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tyrannyoftheurgent:

asylum-art:

Hyperrealistic Portraits Using Acrylic Paint by  JW-Jeong 
(Joongwon Charles Jeong) on deviantART 
Joongwon (Charles) Jeong is a hyperrealist painter from South Korea. A freelance artist and illustrator, Jeong studied Visual Communication Design at the Hongik University of Fine Art & Design in Seoul.
Jeong’s preferred medium is acrylic on canvas which he says is so versatile and its effect ranges from “thick, oil-like texture to watercolour splashes.”
With solo and group exhibitions in Seoul, Jeong is also quite popular online, especially on deviantART and Facebook where you can see much more of his incredible work.
Jeong lists his favourite artists as: Michleangelo, Titian, Holbein, Norman Rockwell, Sebastian Kruger, James Gurney, and Drew Struzan


 I don’t want anyone lookin that closely at my skin
Zoom Info
tyrannyoftheurgent:

asylum-art:

Hyperrealistic Portraits Using Acrylic Paint by  JW-Jeong 
(Joongwon Charles Jeong) on deviantART 
Joongwon (Charles) Jeong is a hyperrealist painter from South Korea. A freelance artist and illustrator, Jeong studied Visual Communication Design at the Hongik University of Fine Art & Design in Seoul.
Jeong’s preferred medium is acrylic on canvas which he says is so versatile and its effect ranges from “thick, oil-like texture to watercolour splashes.”
With solo and group exhibitions in Seoul, Jeong is also quite popular online, especially on deviantART and Facebook where you can see much more of his incredible work.
Jeong lists his favourite artists as: Michleangelo, Titian, Holbein, Norman Rockwell, Sebastian Kruger, James Gurney, and Drew Struzan


 I don’t want anyone lookin that closely at my skin
Zoom Info
tyrannyoftheurgent:

asylum-art:

Hyperrealistic Portraits Using Acrylic Paint by  JW-Jeong 
(Joongwon Charles Jeong) on deviantART 
Joongwon (Charles) Jeong is a hyperrealist painter from South Korea. A freelance artist and illustrator, Jeong studied Visual Communication Design at the Hongik University of Fine Art & Design in Seoul.
Jeong’s preferred medium is acrylic on canvas which he says is so versatile and its effect ranges from “thick, oil-like texture to watercolour splashes.”
With solo and group exhibitions in Seoul, Jeong is also quite popular online, especially on deviantART and Facebook where you can see much more of his incredible work.
Jeong lists his favourite artists as: Michleangelo, Titian, Holbein, Norman Rockwell, Sebastian Kruger, James Gurney, and Drew Struzan


 I don’t want anyone lookin that closely at my skin
Zoom Info
tyrannyoftheurgent:

asylum-art:

Hyperrealistic Portraits Using Acrylic Paint by  JW-Jeong 
(Joongwon Charles Jeong) on deviantART 
Joongwon (Charles) Jeong is a hyperrealist painter from South Korea. A freelance artist and illustrator, Jeong studied Visual Communication Design at the Hongik University of Fine Art & Design in Seoul.
Jeong’s preferred medium is acrylic on canvas which he says is so versatile and its effect ranges from “thick, oil-like texture to watercolour splashes.”
With solo and group exhibitions in Seoul, Jeong is also quite popular online, especially on deviantART and Facebook where you can see much more of his incredible work.
Jeong lists his favourite artists as: Michleangelo, Titian, Holbein, Norman Rockwell, Sebastian Kruger, James Gurney, and Drew Struzan


 I don’t want anyone lookin that closely at my skin
Zoom Info
tyrannyoftheurgent:

asylum-art:

Hyperrealistic Portraits Using Acrylic Paint by  JW-Jeong 
(Joongwon Charles Jeong) on deviantART 
Joongwon (Charles) Jeong is a hyperrealist painter from South Korea. A freelance artist and illustrator, Jeong studied Visual Communication Design at the Hongik University of Fine Art & Design in Seoul.
Jeong’s preferred medium is acrylic on canvas which he says is so versatile and its effect ranges from “thick, oil-like texture to watercolour splashes.”
With solo and group exhibitions in Seoul, Jeong is also quite popular online, especially on deviantART and Facebook where you can see much more of his incredible work.
Jeong lists his favourite artists as: Michleangelo, Titian, Holbein, Norman Rockwell, Sebastian Kruger, James Gurney, and Drew Struzan


 I don’t want anyone lookin that closely at my skin
Zoom Info
tyrannyoftheurgent:

asylum-art:

Hyperrealistic Portraits Using Acrylic Paint by  JW-Jeong 
(Joongwon Charles Jeong) on deviantART 
Joongwon (Charles) Jeong is a hyperrealist painter from South Korea. A freelance artist and illustrator, Jeong studied Visual Communication Design at the Hongik University of Fine Art & Design in Seoul.
Jeong’s preferred medium is acrylic on canvas which he says is so versatile and its effect ranges from “thick, oil-like texture to watercolour splashes.”
With solo and group exhibitions in Seoul, Jeong is also quite popular online, especially on deviantART and Facebook where you can see much more of his incredible work.
Jeong lists his favourite artists as: Michleangelo, Titian, Holbein, Norman Rockwell, Sebastian Kruger, James Gurney, and Drew Struzan


 I don’t want anyone lookin that closely at my skin
Zoom Info

tyrannyoftheurgent:

asylum-art:

Hyperrealistic Portraits Using Acrylic Paint by  JW-Jeong

(Joongwon Charles Jeong) on deviantART

Joongwon (Charles) Jeong is a hyperrealist painter from South Korea. A freelance artist and illustrator, Jeong studied Visual Communication Design at the Hongik University of Fine Art & Design in Seoul.

Jeong’s preferred medium is acrylic on canvas which he says is so versatile and its effect ranges from “thick, oil-like texture to watercolour splashes.”

With solo and group exhibitions in Seoul, Jeong is also quite popular online, especially on deviantART and Facebook where you can see much more of his incredible work.

Jeong lists his favourite artists as: Michleangelo, Titian, Holbein, Norman Rockwell, Sebastian Kruger, James Gurney, and Drew Struzan

I don’t want anyone lookin that closely at my skin

I am not Mike Brown. I am white. I am middle class. I am female. I am small. I am not considered a threat. When police see me they see someone who looks like them. They see their mothers, their daughters, their sisters, themselves. I am not at risk of being shot by police for existing while black. I am not at risk of being shot while unarmed. I am not at risk of being shot while armed with nothing more than a BB gun. I am not at risk of being shot for reaching for my wallet. I am privileged.
But I am outraged. And if you aren’t outraged, then you aren’t paying attention. This is America in 2014. This is our reality. It’s so easy to get jaded and to ignore these atrocities, to act like this doesn’t affect us. It’s so easy to get apathetic. In the past it was the youth who protested. Where is the rage of the youth? Where is our rage?
Like I said, I am not Mike Brown. But I am outraged.
: I am not Mike Brown. (via asgardian-feminist)

lifeofaseamonster:

justabrowncoatedwench:

lifeofaseamonster:

nonbinaryanders replied to your post “okay so mage Lavellan is an apprentice to the Keeper but isn’t the…”

It is the first, I believe.

Hmm, I’m also questioning why their surname is the same as the clan’s name. I’m sure it has a logical explanation, since Mahariel obviously is a different name than the clan Sabrae.

Perhaps they never knew the parent’s surname or were new once and told to abandon their old surname. So the clan Lavellan let them take on the surname Lavellan. o_0

Maybe I’m just reading too much into things.

Or maybe Firsts/Keepers take the last name of their clan? Somehow symbolically not just the leader/guide of their clans, but also the embodiment of it?

*shrugs*

Except the rogues and warriors wouldn’t become the First or the Keeper.

So why is Inquisitor Lavellan different ?

Because the MAGE Lavellan is the First of the Lavellan Clan Keeper, and the rogue/warrior is a member of the Clan relied on for food/protection. In the newly released blurbs on the origins described it that way.

I am an idiot and I have no idea. >.< Uhm, maybe because they’re the Keeper’s child?

lifeofaseamonster:

nonbinaryanders replied to your post “okay so mage Lavellan is an apprentice to the Keeper but isn’t the…”

It is the first, I believe.

Hmm, I’m also questioning why their surname is the same as the clan’s name. I’m sure it has a logical explanation, since Mahariel obviously is a different name than the clan Sabrae.

Perhaps they never knew the parent’s surname or were new once and told to abandon their old surname. So the clan Lavellan let them take on the surname Lavellan. o_0

Maybe I’m just reading too much into things.

Or maybe Firsts/Keepers take the last name of their clan? Somehow symbolically not just the leader/guide of their clans, but also the embodiment of it?

*shrugs*

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