Iain Macarthur Artist Bio Born in 1986 in Swindon, England. Became a fanatic of art at the age of eight in which I was introduced to art through watching a lot of cartoon shows and comic books. UCreative.com - These Japanese Barcodes Are So Kawaii! Present in every product packaging that we use today, barcodes have become universal with their use in automating supermarket checkout systems. Recently, innovations in barcode technology have made it possible to do more than tagging products. They can also be used to encode music, images, URLs and emails. Barcodes encode data by varying the widths and spacing of parallel lines.
How To Draw "How to Draw" is a collection of tutorials that will teach you everything from perspective basics to shading chrome. Never picked up a pencil before? Fear not! From simple line drawings to modern art and easy animations, we've got you covered. All projects come from Instructables.com and contain pictures for each step so you can start your masterpiece today! Art Forums - A Singular Creation Art Community We would like to ing you this feature tutorial by Linda Bergkvist, renowned in the digital arts community for her gorgeous portrayal of characters. In this tutorial, Linda shows us step by step how she paints realistic eyes. About Linda Bergkvist Linda Bergkvist is a renowned digital artist who currently lives in Sweden. Linda Bergkvist's website can be found at www.furiae.com.
Mikey Sorbello — Hackney — Neighbourhood Portraits Mikey Sorbello - Hackney Mikey Sorbello is a coffee roaster and barista at Climpson & Sons in Hackney. Sorbello is originally from Australia and has been a big fan of coffee ever since he was a kid, bringing a thermos of the stuff with him to high school. He’s been with Climpson & Sons for two years. LINKS to ARTISTS' SKETCHBOOKS ONLINE 1000 Hours of Drawing (Taylor O) sketchbooks | sketch 1000 JOURNALS PROJECT (Someguy) 8861 miles Daniel Gordon: “The Green Line” is a nod to Matisse’s 1905 portrait of his wife (PHOTOS). Daniel Gordon, courtesy of M+B For Daniel Gordon’s latest series “The Green Line,” the artist used photography and collage as tools to create works referenced from Matisse’s well-known 1905 portrait of his wife titled The Green Stripe (La Raie Verte). “The title is a nickname for the painting because of the artificial shadow displayed as a line down the center of her face,” Gordon wrote via email.
It's Hard to Believe but These Are Not Photographs (39 pics) Unbelievable paintings that are not photographs. Alyssa Monks - Oil on linen Paul Cadden - Small drawing pencil on paper Hungarian artist creates impossible-looking sculptures from pencils An artist’s eye always sees things, as humble as a pencil, in a much different way than the others. While pencil is a mere writing and drawing instrument for most of us, artists such as Dalton Ghetti use them to create wonderful pieces of complex art for the rest of us to admire. Another artist, specializing in miniature artworks, is a Budapest-based artist and sculptor known by the name of Cerkahegyzo. The sculptor, whose tools are nothing more than small carving tools, fine blades, needles, sandpaper and files, uses the wood and lead of a pencil as the base and body of the sculptures. Paying homage to Ghetti, the artist has also replicated his sculpture of heart, screw and linked chains. Other than this, the artist has also managed to pull off some impossible-looking pencil art sculptures.
Gripping Tutorials on How to Draw Hands Sharebar The human hand, for some of us, is one of the most challenging things to master drawing. It is important especially for those who are serious about pursuing a career in drawing. Apart from being the primary focus of a character’s actions, the hand may also serve as one of the key elements that could make the emotions and mood of a character apparent through hand gestures. As someone who has been drawing for the rest of his life, I had my fair share of drawings with the character’s hands somehow hidden from view just to hide the fact that I can’t draw them.
Architectural Watercolors by Maja Wronska I’m really enjoying the use of structure and color by Poland-based watercolor artist Maja Wrońska who has captured some lovely scenes from Paris, Venice, Prague, and elsewhere. Catch more of her work over on DeviantArt and Behance. (via my darkened eyes) Ólafur Arnalds // Discography For Now I am Winter (2013) Living Room Songs (2011) Another Happy Day OST (2011) ... And They Have Escaped The Weight Of Darkness (2010)
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