How to Make Fashion Illustration: Learning Basic Figures To be able to create a good fashion illustration there are two things one must never forget: knowledge of basic proportion and drawing in constant proportion. The easiest way to determine proportion is breaking it by halves or thirds. A fashion illustrator is an interesting career option for people interested in fashion and drawing. Anyone with a desire to draw can do a fashion illustration. In the design industry, having the ability to illustrate by hand is highly valued.
100 abandoned houses by Kevin Bauman « File Magazine Posted by Fabio 29 April 2011 The abandoned houses project started roughly ten years ago. Kevin Bauman actually began photographing abandonment in Detroit in the mid 90’s as a creative outlet, and as a way of satisfying his curiosity with the state of his home town. He had always found it to be amazing, depressing, and perplexing that a once great city could find itself in such great distress, all the while surrounded by such affluence. Honestly WTF Throughout the long history of the Olympics have been some really great poster designs. In celebration of the start of the winter games in Sochi, here is a little roundup of some of my favorite posters thus far. It’s no wonder the oldies are the goodies. Several weeks ago I had the pleasure of meeting milliner Nick Fouquet in his killer studio space in Venice Beach, California, located on the historical shopping Boulevard, Abbot Kinney. Finding his store is kind of like finding a gem: you have to search. Situated in the back garage of Left.House, a bungalow shop focused on showcasing local artisans, Nick and his team create astounding hats, empasizing on craftsmanship.
Toshio Iwai Piano - As Media Image (1995) In 1996 I saw the Mediascape exhibition at the Guggenheim SoHo. A collection of digital art, some interactive, it was bold show from a major museum. It received mixed reviews — but one of the pieces there left a lasting impression on me. Silhouette A traditional silhouette portrait of the late 18th century Goethe facing a grave monument, cut paper, 1780 A silhouette is the image of a person, animal, object or scene represented as a solid shape of a single colour, usually black, its edges matching the outline of the subject. The interior of a silhouette is featureless, and the whole is typically presented on a light background, usually white, or none at all.
With Associates — A digital agency, we build and design websites and apps William & Son have two shops on Mount Street, London. At 14 Mount Street, Paul West, their resident gunsmith, creates unique matching shotguns available with custom detailing and engraving. At 10 Mount Street they sell a range of unique luxury gifts, from exclusive timepieces to rare ostrich skin handbags; at both addresses William & Son provide an incredible and unique service for their clients. Collected Quotes from Albert Einstein [Note: This list of Einstein quotes was being forwarded around the Internet in e-mail, so I decided to put it on my web page. I'm afraid I can't vouch for its authenticity, tell you where it came from, who compiled the list, who Kevin Harris is, or anything like that. Still, the quotes are interesting and enlightening.] "Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent.
The Official John Whitney Sr. Site The 80's would see an expansion of Whitney's exploration of digital harmony. By now he was composing his own music, searching for, as he writes, "a special relationship between musical and visual design." (Whitney, 1991). Foodie Dice No. 1 - Seasonal Dinners (Tumbler) ....................................................................HOW TO PLAY WITH YOUR FOOD [video].................................................................... A fun new way to shake up your cooking routine, Foodie Dice provides inspiration for creating simple, seasonal meals. Simply place the five primary dice in the tumbler, add a seasonal veggie die and roll. Then shop, cook, and eat! Over 186,000 possible meal combinations to inspire creativity in the kitchen. Includes 5 primary dice (protein, cooking method, grain/carb, herb, bonus ingredient) and 4 seasonal veggie diceNEW!
Remake of Home - Crate Paper Hello, it's CP Girl Larissa here to show you another 3-D project today and this time I'm here to inspire you to create a book for your children to play with! First, let me introduce you to my creative process: From the moment I saw the Books patterned paper I knew I just had to give life to one of those adorable book titles that Lisa brought to us. So, it's been a while that I've been thinking about creating a children's book. I also remembered when Lisa presented to us Crate Paper's new collections and shared the story of entering her son and daughter's bedrooms and from the two rooms, she worked up all the inspiration required to create CP's amazing new collections - Emma's Shoppe and Toy Box! Since having read Lisa's story, I've been unable to stop thinking about them two adorable rooms.
How to Make a Tunnel Book About a month ago I posted some pictures of tunnel books that two Grade 6 classes made. I promised the tutorial and here it is. The tunnel book starts off as a regular accordion book and then halfway it flips up exposing a tunnel to the back page. It's a great project to incorporate writing and the visual arts. The 10 Sci-Fi Films That Defined 2014 Most importantly, the sci-fi of 2014 did a better job of smartly reflecting our cultural, social, and economic anxieties than the genre has in years: Widescreen speculations about ecological collapse, about income inequality, about self-enhancement, about sexuality and predation offered us a future-tinted mirror to consider our modern moment. There were a few notable absences—perhaps next year we’ll get an updated, futurized look at racial politics—but by and large, science fiction in 2014 was ambitious, penetrating, strange, and captivating. Just as it should be. Below are the ten films that most powerfully drove the conversation about our near and far future this year. And yes, it's ranked, because it's the end of the year, and I just couldn't help myself.