Hypnotizing Translucent Waves In 19th Century Russian Paintings Capture The Raw Power Of The Sea. Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky loved painting the sea. A Crimean native, he was born in Feodosia, a port town, and thus had great waters as a constant companion. This 19th century Russian Armenian painter had real knack for depicting waves. Light and translucent, they perfectly capture the essence of the real thing. Many of these paintings featured a human element, too, with ships showing the struggle between man and nature. During his career, Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky painted more than 6000 paintings, half of which depict sea and ships. He often went to watch naval manoeuvres and even painted the siege of Sevastopol.
Aivazovsky was widely recognized even outside the Russian Empire, receiving awards from France, Turkey and others. More info: artcyclopedia.ru (h/t: demilked, mymodernmet) On Your Mark - CHAGE and ASKA. The Small Press Expo. CANAL 60s TRAILER-150617-PRORES. Jordan from the Air. Ben Mauro - YUKON PIT CREW: PART 1.
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Hone your illustration skills with these 100 amazing tutorials 01. Challenge yourself I create a painting a day. My inspiration was my friend and Rhode Island School of Design professor Nick Jainschigg. Nick had decided he wanted to get back to his painting roots and embarked upon a project that required him to complete one painting each day. 02. I love working in all types of media but I think it's important not to get stuck in one particular way of working. 03.
The great thing about doing one painting a day (and I admit that deadlines and travel made things sporadic of late) is that you force yourself to start and finish a complete small painting. Here are a couple of selections from my blog. Words: Bob Eggleton Like this? ATMOSPHERE from Nova Space Art. Celles et Ceux des Cimes et Cieux. Matte Shot - a tribute to Golden Era special fx.
「ポレットのイス」 The Painter's Primer: A Survival Kit - LINEA. Zen Pencils, Gavin Aung Than. Flooby Nooby. 1 Person + 4 Years = One Amazing Stop-Motion Animation. Yes, lets ruin 4 years of work, for "cheap" animation. Stop-motion is supposed to be like that, and to be honest is as pure "Animation" as you can get.
It's not cheap animation, it's adding more frames of moment into the gesturing so that it's smoother and appears less choppy.Do you have any idea how animation works or even the process through which stop-motion is made? Get out of here. I wonder how many years it'd tack on for him to go back and recreate the scenes to an exact tee just to try to add in more frames for the movements of scenes he's already completed. If he were to do that, and had the same props/sets completed, it might take him just around 4 months total. That said, he *COULD* use a filtering technique with animation software and create in-between shots that either blend the adjacent frames or smooth transition between frames.
51 Awesome Webcomics The Eisners Have Completely Failed To Recognize. This is my obsessive version of "No love for Comic X? " Also, plenty of wonderful comics have received Eisner noms and awards: Girl Genius, Sin Titulo, The Abominable Charles Christopher, Max Overacts... So they certain deserve credit for that. No love for The End? (endcomic.com) It's easily one of the best comics I've ever read about six-eyed psychic crow aliens. You got Unsounded, Skin Horse, Vattu, Dr McNinja, Oglaf and Gunnerkrigg Court on there, which makes me so happy, but I'm quite surprised not to see Sam and Fuzzy on there. Considering how comprehensive your list is, that's a pretty big one to miss. Bit perplexed at the inclusion of Menage a Three here, too. Still, generally a great list Lauren, and there's some stuff on here I'm not familiar with that I'm quite interested in checking out.
Sam and Fuzzy is one of those popular comics that have unfortunately escaped me for no particular reason. I'd recommended it, if you ever get the chance. 17 Fantastic Completed Webcomics to Binge-Read from Beginning to End. Frederic Edwin Church. #fff598 hex color. In a RGB color space, hex #fff598 is composed of 100% red, 96.1% green and 59.6% blue.
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