A Singular Creation Art Community • Tutorial: Painting Realistic Eyes 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.
Awe-Inspiring Photos of Swirling Superstorms Belie Their Destructive Power | Raw File Supercell thunderstorms are characterized by a cycling, cylindrical vortex of air that moves upward off the ground, which is also known as a mesocyclone. Not only does it sound badass, but it produces some of the most visually striking weather on Earth. Each summer since 2009, photographer Mitch Dobrowner and guide Roger Hill have driven through the Great Plains and high deserts of the United States in search of these jaw-dropping forces of nature. “On just the second day I was chasing storms I found myself standing there and I was like, ‘Holy shit, you have to be kidding me,’” Dobrowner says. Unlike photos that focus on the chaos these storms often leave behind — destroyed houses, uprooted trees — Dobrowner’s images concentrate on the natural beauty of storms themselves as they lumber through unoccupied territory. “I don’t like to see a lot of destruction or violence. In talking about the storms, Dobrowner likes to compare their life cycle to that of a human being.
Poetree: A Funeral Urn That Lets You Plant A Tree From Ashes Images: Margaux Ruyant Though conventional 'deathcare' is hardly green, thanks to the use of embalming chemicals, concrete vaults and non-biodegradable caskets, burials are getting greener each year with various eco-friendly options and smarter approaches. But what about keeping it simple, yet also tying death back into nature's cycle of renewal? That's what French designer Margaux Ruyant does with Poetree, a funeral urn that infuses a poetic spirit into the mourning process. The Poetree is made out of a ceramic ring with the deceased's details, plus a cork container and stopper. After giving the boxwood tree some time to grow, the urn can then be planted outside, where the cork container can biodegrade, leaving only the ceramic ring as a marker and a living, growing tree to commemorate those who have passed on. Like this?
Photographer captures electrifying images from rim of the Grand Canyon Photographer captures electrifying images from rim of the Grand Canyon Rolf Maeder / Rex Features via AP Using long exposures, photographer Rolf Maeder managed to capture multiple lightning strikes hitting the Grand Canyon under atmospheric stormy skies. Sometimes an opportunity comes very unexpectedly. On August 30th, Maeder and two friends were driving from Sedona to the Grand Canyon to get some sunset shots. Maeder explains: After a short time being there, we noticed that we couldn't get what we wanted because of the very hazy light. On the Moran Point we noticed that far away a lightning storm was building up. The Grand Canyon is 277 miles long, up to 18 miles wide and reaches a depth of over a mile. Related Content:
Anka Zhuravleva | Designcollector™ Moscow raised and StPete based awesome artist and photographer Anka Zhuravleva invites you to be mesmerized by her latest photo-artwork series “Distorted Gravity”. Anka-Zhuravleva.com Фото и рисунки, арт и креативная реклама How To Do Easy Mehndi Designs (Tattoos) Learn how to create simple mehndi henna designs. The big bold floral patterns shown in this VideoJug tutorial are exotic yet perfect for beginners. Hi, my name's Reena. This is Prianka and Krishma. Today, I'd like to show you how to do simple henna designs. We will combine three same flowers, but in a different length. You can do Arabic henna, which is more flowers. It's very important to pick up the way you do particular shading, as it gives an amazing effect once the henna's true color is enhanced.
Фото и рисунки, арт и креативная реклама Stellar by Ignacio Torres Beautifully executed animations by Texas photographer Ignacio Torres from his series Stellar. Via his website: This project began from the theory that humans are made of cosmic matter as a result of a stars death. I created imagery that showcased this cosmic birth through the use of dust and reflective confetti to create galaxies. The models organic bodily expressions as they are frozen in time between the particles suggest their celestial creation. These are just a selection of the series, click through to see the entire project. Фото и рисунки, арт и креативная реклама