Technical Insights from “Not Far from Home” #20 « daniel gerhartz April 2, 2012 Warm, Cool, Warm… One of the key elements that I have taken away from years of painting from life is the heightened awareness of the warm /cool interplay on the subject as the form turns. I know I have mentioned this on previous posts, but its importance bears mentioning again. In this image and the details to follow, you will see how the shifting of temperature accentuates the volume and three dimensionality of image while holding the values in a simple mass. Christophe Segura is a digital illustrator based out of Montpellier, France. More works here. digitalfrancemontpellier Franz Xaver Messerschmidt Franz Xaver Messerschmidt (February 6, 1736 – August 19, 1783) was a German-Austrian sculptor most famous for his "character heads", a collection of busts with faces contorted in extreme facial expressions. Early years Born February 6th 1736 in the southwestern town of Wiesensteig, located in the region of the Swabian Jura Germany. Messerschmidt grew up in the Munich home of his uncle, the sculptor Johann Baptist Straub, who became his first master.
Kevincyr An on-going series documenting vehicles from various cities across the U.S. Newell II, Oil on Panel, 20" x 30" Hester, Oil on Panel, 20" x 30" Masterpieces Painted By The Chinese A Van Gogh? You’ve got it. A Dali? You’ve got it. Amy Hamilton is a Canadian graphic design student at St. Lawrence College, Kingston, Ontario and will graduate in June, 2014. She thrives on creative challenges and always push herself to create the best work possible. Her experience as a freelance graphic designer and illustrator has given her the opportunity to strengthen and demonstrate her passion, creativity, and ability to get work done. She loves to create conceptual/narrative illustrations, develops brand identities, and solves design problems.
Most Popular Photos on 500px Right Now Notifications See all notifications All categories A Frenchman In NY Jenny Saville JENNY SAVILLE The Mothers, 2011 Oil on canvas 106 5/16 x 86 5/8 inches (270 x 220 cm) Jenny Saville was born in Cambridge, England in 1970. In 1990, midway through her BA course at the Glasgow School of Art, Jenny Saville exhibited in Contemporary '90 at the Royal College of Art. In 1992 she completed her degree as well as showing in Edinburgh and in Critics Choice at the Cooling Gallery, London. Beautiful Watercolor Paintings of Architecture by Thomas W. Schaller "Don't paint the scene in front of you. Paint the light that defines it and gives it life." Though he was raised on a farm in the Midwest, Thomas W. Schaller spent the majority of his life in Manhattan where he worked as a commercial architectural artist.
Jheronimus Bosch - the Garden of Earthly Delights About this project The interactive documentary Jheronimus Bosch, the Garden of Earthly Delights provides an in-depth tour though The Garden of Earthly Delights. In a web interface the visitor will be taken on an audio-visual journey, including sound, music, video and images to enrich the storytelling. Oliver Daxenbichler Design, Inc. Oliver Daxenbichler, Art Direction and Graphic Design. about contact +49 172 6569000 studio(at)oliverdaxenbichler.com fb oliver.daxenbichler represented by Schierke artists Nadja Benaissa, art direction and graphic design Compliment card, graphic design Neue Mode 7, art direction and design Neue Mode 9, art direction and design
Illustrations by Pascal Campion Pascal Campion is a French-American illustrator who has worked in a wide variety of media and created cute illustrations in clean and minimalist styles. He studied narrative illustration at Arts Decoratifs de Strasbourg, in France. He works in a studio with high ceilings in San Francisco.
21-Year Old WWII Soldier's Sketchbooks Reveal a Visual Diary of His Experiences True artists must find a creative outlet no matter what the circumstance—including times of war. Thanks to the creative passion and steady hand of then 21-year old soldier Victor Lundy, we have a breathtaking visual record of World War II, in the form of documentary sketches. For Lundy, "drawing is sort of synonymous with thinking," which means we are left with an intimate archive of sketches that unfold one soldier's experience fighting on the front lines. Lundy was studying architecture in New York when, enthralled with the idea of rebuilding a post-war Europe, he enrolled in the Army Special Training Program. By 1944, with D-Day looming, the Army needed reinforcements, which meant that young Lundy would be thrown into the infantry.
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