Making this was fun and hard, I haven’t done anything in a style like this. It took way more time than it should have. I also made a new brush for it so it would have that slightly sketchy feel to it. I’d never actually made a brush from scratch before.
I’m feeling a real need for some good sci-fi lately.
Also why is animating smoke/dust like the hardest thing ever?
Frank Herbert used many Arabic words through his novel and symbols as well. And it is here this article will be useful for those who are interested in how Arabic is used in science fiction books. If you have not read the book and do not have the time, then google the title and you will find many summaries by devoted fans.
But the main reason why I have decided to write this article, is because of the incredible talented author Frank Herbert who created a universe that, among other things, was inspired by Arabic culture and the Arabic language. His book “Dune”, from 1965, has intertained millions of readers around the world - including me. I have read the book a couple of times, but it really got much more interesting when I began studying Arabic at the university.
Another look into Dune.
Dune’s use of Arabic and Arabic Culture is one of the elements that truly sets it apart in my mind from a lot of other books.
I’m sorry I laughed.
Amazing Dune Linocuts by Tanya Finder.
I can’t even tell the difference.
This is my new favorite Dune Adaption.
fear is the mind killer
o if only we remade dune with dinosaurs.
Better then the original
As regular visitors to the blog side of Funranium Labs and my long suffering friends know, I am a fan of the works of Frank Herbert, particularly his Dune series. When other people were diving into fantasy as children with C.S. Lewis and Tolkein, I was reading up on the rise of Islam, pre-Islamic polytheism &
Try it maybe?
Maybe not. Spice Orgies etc.
The scent of spice grew stronger..
Things I like:
Magic the Gathering
Frank Hebert believes that he who reviews the beer controls the universe. Luckily, he has a blog to do exactly that.
Sounds about right.
"Dune" graffiti, Novare Res Bier Cellar, Portland, Maine.