Serena Malyon - This is one of my favorite photoshop ‘magic’ used for artwork. Tilt-shift photography could make real world scenes appear like miniature models and with photoshop, the light and focus were manipulated beautifully, creating these incredible illusions of Van Gogh paintings. She’s one of my favorite artist.
The preservation and dying process this artist goes through is extremely extensive: first, he removes the scales and skin that have been preserved in formaldehyde. He then soaks the creatures in a stain that dyes the cartilage blue and uses a digestive enzyme called trypsin (along with a host of other chemicals) to break down the proteins and muscles, halting the process just at the moment they become transparent. The bones are stained with red dye, and the specimen is preserved in a jar of glycerin. From start to finish, the entire production takes about five months to a year.
Hello, I'm Sarah from Canada . Just a 17 year old, narwhal enthusiast with nothing to do. ಥ⌣ಥ