I've always really enjoyed dancing, and actually when I was an ickle girl, I spent a good amount of time learning and practising various styles of dance including Ballet, Traditional Chinese Folk Dance and even ball room! Obviously the modern street, jazz, pop etc. interest me a great deal too.
Perhaps common knowledge to the younger audience, K-POP has taken the world by storm, what with groups like Big Bang, Girls Generation, Super Junior, 2NE1 and more recently EXO, T-ARA leading the pack, K-POP has really made quite an impact globally not just in the music industry but also in orthogonal industries like film, fashion and pop-culture.
One particular artist that has made quite a bit of noise is Hyuna.http://www.allkpop.com/upload/2014/07/content/HyunA_1405560029_20140717_hyuna3.jpg
Hyuna is the same age as me, but she has already made a significant impact in t
builtthis lakeside cabin piece by piece. I left no detail out, from the wood stove to the cat on the sofa.
Here are some pictures I took of all the cool street art while roaming through the streets of london.
One of my favorite places was Camden london. Just amazing street art everywhere, full of expression and character. The town has a cool retro street vibe and reminds me of one of my favorite British shoes the Mighty Boosh, an absolutely hilarious artistic show.
The spray painted art in some parts of london is just about everywhere you turn. In the park, on the shops doors, on the walls, everywhere, everywhere...
Im a huge fan of color, and you feel the life on these streets. You see the pa
Been wrapping around my head to write some meaningful words about this drawing of mine, it's a very profound one i did in my 20's, it meant a lot to me. But instead of writing what i felt about it, while doing it, and what it meant, i would like to challenge those of you willing, to write your own view, the impact it has on you, the story, feelings, whatever, i leave it all for you to explore :) let's do this?
Looking forward, this is very exciting, as newcomer, to finally find a
place where I can share my work among a more free, sensible and open minded community (hope i'm not wrong)
Title: The portal
Pastels on paper
For some reasons i want to escape today's reality.
This drawing was a quick practice, I did not do much detail to the pelage but I liked the final result of the eyes, I used color pencils primacolor.
Este dibujo fue una práctica rápida, no hice mucho detalle al pelage pero me gustó el resultado final de los ojos, usé lápices de color primacolor.
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on this occasion I want to add a design of wooden houses, where wooden houses are usually built in areas with winter.
design wooden houses are very influential in the dominant regional winter, because the effect on the room temperature and also the temperature of the human body.
wood as the basic building materials that must be considered the level of moisture and also the quality of the wood itself.
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The idea of my daily Holi-Art is to create a piece of art with the theme based around that day's less popular or even funny national or international holiday. Today is March 22nd and thanks to the website www.daysoftheyear.com, I have learned that it is As Young As You Feel Day, Goof Off Day and World Water Day. So today I will post an original piece of artwork that corresponds with one or more of these particular 'holidays'.
Time to Goof Off
It's not every day that you get a whole 24 hours to be goofy! How will you celebrate?
Slightly mixed art
немного смешанного арта
yellow mountain \ желтая гора
little woman \ маленькая женщина
a Jolly fat man \ веселый толстячок
drawing on the foil \ рисунок на фольге
green man \ зеленый человечек
Face on blue background \ лицо на синем фоне
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Eiffel tower \ Эйфелева
I enjoy making stuff.
I think it is the creative process of having something in your mind, then taking action and bit by bit, seeing it come to life.
As a teenager I shied away from wood, as it was to me a very unforgiving medium, if you don't cut very straight it's there for you to see, every time you look at it.
Steel on the other hand, was more forgiving, as I could weld up holes. I used a bead of welding to cover up my inability to cut nie and straight more than once!
A few years ago I found wood again, watching videos on YouTube, about people making all sorts of things from old pallets. Wood, for free! I was hooked ;)
My first haul was loaded into the boot / trunk of our car at the time, the long suffering Ford Ikon
But I digress, it was then that I learnt a greater appreciation for wood, even the low quality stuff that ot
Hola amigos de Steemit. En esta ocasión voy a hablaros de la reciente inauguración oficial del Museo Atlántico. Aunque puede parecer que se trata de otro Museo más, tiene la peculiaridad de que se trata de un Museo Submarino. El enclave elegido ha sido la isla de Lanzarote en el Archipiélago de las Islas Canarias. La ubicación exacta se encuentra en pleno océano Atlántico a unos 14 metros de profundidad frente a Playa Blanca, al sur de la isla.
El autor responsable de todas las obras es el escultor británico Jason deCaires Taylor, el cual junto a su equipo ha creado todas las piezas durante dos años de trabajo.
Jason deCairos ya es el responsable de las esculturas de otros museos submarinos, como es el caso de los museos de la Isla de Granada en el Caribe y el de Cancún en Mexico.
La idea de este proyecto ha sido crear un arrecife artificial a gran escala con dos objetivos: por un lado e
So it is time for a new How To Draw video!
This time i also managed to find something i have not been drawing before, not even with charcoal and not on video!
This just might be one of the cutest sketches i have ever made!! Actually this took me about 30 minutes, so i will not have to spend a lot of time editing this. I think maybe in my next post already i will be able to publish it.
I think this will be a very interesting video, since i recently started to draw more detailed sketches, and the whole body and the face, not just an eye, or some minimalism works. I think drawings like these are more interesting to see, how they are developing.
I included a link to my verification post, that all of the drawings posted here are done by me: https://steemit.com/art/@edgarsart/edgarsart-original-art-now-verified
Hello Steemians! This week I wanted to start a series that looks into both my passion and career – the cultural innovation of places around the world. As an architect and artist, I'm a firm believer that focusing and transforming 'culture' through design, activity, and planning is one of the most effective (and unfortunately still highly undervalued) ways to better to the world.
One the most glaring weaknesses of creative professions is a lack of focus and understanding of how exactly creative work affects the world. We all grow up with a vague idea that museums, parks, public spaces, festivals, etc. are something we need in general society, but the comprehension of how these works actually impact the economies, policies, social structures, and so forth of various places is still very elementary in all but a few cities.
Warped wood stove
Hearth and alcove
The melted snow
You asked me to watch your dog
Then ask me where I was
After your invitation left
For a party downstairs
I told you Buster needed me
And couldn't be left alone
Before you're was abandoned
He was outside in the cold
I thought this would make sense
I thought you would understand
Siamese hands held
And bound to each other
A soul of doubt
And a soul of wonder
One couldn't believe
The debt of doubt
Could drown good deeds
And sneeze love out
One couldn't believe