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Amanda Wachob in Brooklyn, N.Y. Amanda Wachob does the impossible with tattoo ink — her pieces look so impeccably close to real paintings. 2. Chaim Machlev in Berlin, Germany Known in the tattoo world as Dots to Lines, Chaim Machlev creates stark black-ink geometric tattoos that are both intricate and pristine 3. If you want the sort of nature tattoo that looks straight out of a weather-worn vintage textbook, you might want to consider a trip to Portland to see Alice. 4. Ien works solely in black ink. 5. Working out of his own Love Hawk studios, David’s ornamental artwork is tinged with a folk-art spirit 6. Kenji is known for a dotting technique called stippling. He’s also a traveling tattoo artist, so if you want your very own Kenji original, you’ll want to follow his Facebook page to see where he goes next. 7. Marcin uses incredibly vibrant inks to achieve his brand of highly vivid surrealist tattoos.
Vintage Locket - Download PDF. Top 10 Life Drawing Tips. Top 10 Life Drawing Tips These top 10 life drawing tips are designed to help you draw what you see (the figure) quickly and accurately.
The goal is a finished, interesting drawing of the human figure. Look at the FigurePlan your CompositionQuickly sketch in the entire figureDraw fastPractice good line economyDon’t eraseAdd shadows and highlightsDraw the whole poseGround your figureDate your DrawingMystery tip 1. Look at the figure. Tomb of Lorenzo by Michelangelo Take just a few seconds to mentally take notice of a few things. Is the figure taller, or wider? 2. From step one you should have a general shape of the figure and be able to visualize a composition. 3.
This will help your composition and proportions. 4. Think about placement while you are drawing and don’t neglect all those negative shapes around the figure. Remember, a slow, steady and confident hand is faster than indecisive chicken scratch. Mustafa Sabbagh Mostra fotografica al Museo Giovanni Boldini di Ferrara. Mustafa Sabbagh: Mostra fotografica Pubblicato da Elisa martedì, 29 maggio 2012 · Lascia un commento Letto 4.879 volte.
Titolo: Memorie liquid: liquid memoriesLuogo: Ferrara- Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art of the Museum Giovanni BoldiniData inizio: 20/05/2012Data fine: 30/09/2012 Liquid Memories is a photography exhibition by Mustafa Sabbagh, taking place at the Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art of the Museum Giovanni Boldini in Ferrara, Italy from the 20th of May to 30th of September 2012. Located along the halls, Sabbagh’s images relate not only to already existing works of the Museum but also to the environment, the atmosphere full of memory. Spaces arise from reflection on the two installations. The photographs depict models hidden behind fetish masks – made by Simone Valsecchi, Ronconi and Greenaway costume – and comprise of disparate objects, such as forks, wigs, blinkers, hard hats, veils, stuffed birds. Info sulla mostra @