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The Amazing Art of Tzviatko Kinchev - Draw As A Maniac

The Amazing Art of Tzviatko Kinchev - Draw As A Maniac
Tzviatko Kinchev is born in Sofia, Bulgaria and he is an extraordinary talented young man. He is studing in The National Academy of Arts and also working for Haemimont Games as an 2D artist. Check out his works and how he uses a great colorful palette of warm colors. Chek him at facebook Enjoy The Gallery These are definitely masterpieces that would appreciate with time. Hi! How do I view and purchase prints? Ana, Bob, I purchased original prints directly from the painter, from his FB profile so beautiful Beautiful work. amazing! i think the way you use light and composition is amazing. i really do love your work. you (i mean your art) is one of the things i am gonna study . thanks! Mesmerizing! your art work is very amazing i need some more of your art for my inspiration I like too yours does touch me me , really. Help us grow and remove all ads Leave a Reply

Getting Started in Watercolor-Basic Supplies for Beginners Basic Tube Colors You need a warm and a cool version of each "primary" color–red, yellow and blue–so that you can mix the other colors you need and get clean, clear mixtures. I use Daniel Smith and/or Winsor & Newton Artist colors - mostly Daniel Smith, but I am also including the student grade of paints from Grumbacher for those on a very tight budget. I have revised this basic color list again, and included the Color Index Name, so that if you are substituting brands, you can be sure you are getting the same pigment. Purple-biased Blue: Look for PB29 on the label Ultramarine Blue or French Ultramarine, Daniel Smith OR French Ultramarine 263, Winsor & Newton Artists' OR Ultramarine Blue 219, Grumbacher Academy Green-biased Blue: Look for PB15 or PB15:3 on the label Phthalo Blue (GS), Daniel Smith OR Winsor Blue (green shade), Winsor & Newton Artists' OR Thalo Blue, Grumbacher Academy *Colors marked with an asterisk are not completely lightfast. Raw Sienna, Winsor & Newton or Daniel Smith.

Judith Ann Braun's Fingers Are Magical With an art career spanning more than three decades, Judith Ann Braun has tested the limits of her artistic musculature. She began as a self-described “realistic figure painter,” and worked through the struggles common to anyone who endeavors upon an artistic pursuit, that of searching for one’s own voice in the chosen medium. Fast forward to the 21st century where the evolution of Braun’s work has brought us to the Fingerings series, a collection of charcoal dust landscapes and abstracts “painted” using not brushes but her fingertips. Share With Your Friends

Kiah Kiean 高雄港口眺望 Size: 28 x 56 cm Media: Chinese ink & watercolour on paper 鳳邑雙慈宮 Size: 28 x 56 cm Media: Chinese ink & watercolour on paper 橋頭糖廠 Size: 19 x 56 cm Media: Chinese ink & watercolour on paper 橋糖文創園區 鳳山火車站 Another set of colour sketches done during Line-line Journey III travel + exhibition. Rashad Alakbarov Paints with Shadows and Light This is kind of flying all over the internet right now, but I couldn’t resist sharing. Artist Rashad Alakbarov from Azerbaijan uses suspended translucent objects and other found materials to create light and shadow paintings on walls. The jaw-dropping light painting above, made with an array of colored airplanes is currently on view at the Fly to Baku exhibition at De Pury Gallery in London through January 29th.

Contemporary Mythology by Caitlin Hackett Born in 1986, Caitlin Hackett is a Brooklyn, New York based artist, illustrator and creature concept designer. In her work, Hackett explores the relationship between humans and animals; the idea of the human denial of our animal nature and of humans as the dominant species, as well as the mutation of the animal created by the human interpretation of the animal. “I invent creatures, anthropomorphic, mutated, or pseudo mythical in imagery, using my imaginary world and bringing it into the physical world in an attempt to create a language that speaks about the human animal relationship and the natural and unnatural elements of it. I am faced with the fact that we live in a planet in decline, where almost every natural ecosystem in the world is slipping away. Human kind has created a planet of refugees; animals forced to flee ever farther from the insatiable encroachment of urban development, victims of a war for space which they cannot hope to win. Check her at www.caitlinhackett.com

Banksy - Guerilla art wrapped in mystery and controversy [35 pics Banksy Truck Photo credit: Banksy Banksy, an anonymous England based graffiti artist, political activist, film director and painter, is probably the most popular, yet most mysterious, urban street artist in the world. He has become an internationally known as a subversive graffiti artist – yet manages to maintain a secret identity. However, many newspapers assert that his real name is Robert or Robin Banks. He has dozens of celebrity collectors including Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and Christina Aguilera. Hint: Use “J” and “K” keys (after the page finish loading) to navigate from picture to picture. Banksy art: Picnic At the guerilla artist Banksy’s L.A. show in 2006, Angelina Jolie spent nearly $400,000 on three pieces of his work. Banksy art: Laugh now but one day we’ll be in charge Banksy art: The bad artist imitate, the good artist steal Photo credit: Banksy Banksy street art: escaping Banksy art: Maid Banksy art: Choppers with pink ribbon Banksy art: Flowerchucker Photo credit: Banksy

Kekai Kotaki - Illustrator Born and raised on the Big Island of Hawaii, Kekai has always had a passion for art. Finding the sunshine and beautiful scenery distracting, he moved to dreary Seattle in 2000 to attend art school. After graduating, he proceeded to attempt a career at doing art. Chek him at www.cghub.com Enjoy The Gallery Awesome! Hi im a 27yr old individual that has a passion for video games and art my art level is not where it should be at. Thanks for your time hope to here from u soon Bertram. Fantastic! Leave a Reply

A4 Papercuts Ogni scultura cartacea realizzata dall’artista Peter Callesen ha un unico punto di partenza: un candido e standardizzato foglio formato A4. Quello che accade dopo il “trattamento Callesen” lo potete vedere con i vostri occhi. Uccelli in procinto di spiccare il volo, scheletri che prendono vita… “The negative and absent 2 dimensional space left by the cut, points out the contrast to the 3 dimensional reality it creates, even though the figures still stick to their origin without the possibility of escaping“. Chapeau. [Via] Comments comments

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