This is my first painting that I created a time lapse video for.
It is acrylic paint on a 16 x 20 inch canvas. It is titled Space Flow.
Here is the time lapse video. First video I ever uploaded to youtube. (I actually had to delete it and upload it again after a couple of years, because youtube started getting strict with copyrighted music on videos)
Recently I have been learning how to use animation software and I decided to create some sort of cartoon like clip from what I painted here. So I came up with this, I guess it is kind of the idea I had in my head when I originally created this painting.
I figured this would be a good entry for Digital Artist Showcase no.2 - Digital Art Contest hosted by @gmuxx here
There is nothing better than a nice cool glass of elderflower cordial in the summer, even better when it's mixed with something sparking! It is also the perfect accompaniment to a spot of painting, but first I'll show you how I made my cordial.
Art is freedom can be able to bend things which as most people see as a straight line.
Art is the skill or a technical skill of human activities in creating some visual things intended to be appreciated for their beauty or emotional power .Even you do something its related to art, We know art since we are in childhood because art is something that we cannot leave from our life even if you make some sound it also can be called an art. Art can bring us joy and peacefull live, Because if you wanna make some pretty things you have to add some art in your work to make it beauty.
It's a little hot outside, so I decided to paint something a little refreshing and fun. This is my painting of a Jellyfish Parfait, why a jellyfish parfait? because parfaits are a delicious summertime treat and because jellyfish (with such a tasty name) really should have a more appetizing look.
I started with the background (well after the outline) and decided for a look of movement and direction to go with that bubble burst in the lower left hand corner with shafts of color, going from a light blue into a bright green pushing up and outward.
I decided to make the jellyfish purple, purple goes nicely with blue because they're not so far off from each other on the color wheel but at the same time in has a nice pop against the green that gives it that vibrant look and feel. I also added more bubbles around the bottom left to rea
I used an old photo I had taken of Mandi See as a reference.
Not much to say here. I just wanted to try to make a portrait. The original source photo has quite dark shadows and warm tones.
I'm not sure if I like this portrait or not. I think getting tones right whilst also preserving the colours was tough and so the painting looks a lot more
alien than the original photo.
I was scared of posting it at first because I think the tones are not quite right - the highlights are perhaps too extreme and the colours for the shadows almost look bruised.
_I will need to practice a lot more to get this right, I think the pastels in Corel Painter look great but they don't always respond the same way as real pastels - but that might be because I used to use oil pastels which have a different feel (I stil
Painted on location high in the San Juan Mountains north of Durango, Colorado.
x11(#2964) watercolor on Arches
Have a tremendous day today and every day!
From New Mexico, this is @chessmonster aka Lee
Freedom 😀 Peace ☮️ Love ❤️ Happy Painting 🎨
by Lee Gordon Seebach.
My website: Seebach Fine Art
2 x 2 inch acrylic on canvas
Here is my entry for @oceansoul13's tinyartchallenge here is a link to her post
I used this picture of my and my wife while holding a skimboard while enjoying the sunset
I used the money that i win to buy the smallest canvas i could find, with 5 SBD i got 10 small canvases and planning to place a magnet at the back so it could be seen in the fridge.
Hello, I am Marty and I teach fine art at a private elementary art school in Slovakia. I love creating in many different techniques and media. Mostly: acrylic and watercolor painting, pen and pencil drawing, linocut, paper collage, mixed media collage, scrapbooking, glass shaping and decorating, digital art…
Let me tell you something about me :)
I was born in 1994 in a small town in Slovakia. It is a lovely place with beautiful nature.
I spent plenty of time outside. My grandparents kept a lot of animals. We never miss a dog or a cat in our house. Most of them were unwanted and abandoned, but they hav
A new drawing from me. In the picture I pictured: the deer is pulling Solneshko with the Steemit logo. For me, the deer is a fabulous animal. Steemit for me is something kind and bright as the sun. My fairy deer draws a big sun, which will bring luck to everyone-all users of Steemit!
I love you all! I wish you good luck with all your heart.
Have a good mood!
I ask to proceed to the vote!
One day, a friend recommended to me a Taobao shop. It was not a flagship store, or one with level of imperial crown. But its rating was pretty good and pictures of products were cool. So I added the shop owner as my friend on WeChat and bought a pair of New Balance shoes. Little communication between us after that.
Several months later, this seller began to show his talent in painting on WeChat Moments. I could see his paintings every day so I wondered whether he changed his industry or not.
有一天， 我的朋友跟我推荐了一个淘宝店。不是什么旗舰店，也不是皇冠店铺，只是一家销量很低，但是分数不错，图片也不错的小店铺。我加了店主微信之后，买过一双New Balance，在微信上跟他说了句谢谢，然后就几乎没有交流了。
Building up a little bit of the middle ground before I start the details on the foreground and final dark elements over top.
Here is post to
Hello guys :)
I'm back today with a picture that i painted in memory of a little bird.
I found it while i was walking outside with my father's dog, and it was clearly hurt as it struggled to take wing. My dog was on the long leash that day, and as soon as he saw it, he sprinted off towards him.
I tried to get to it first, but my dog was faster, and grabbed the little guy...and in a matter of seconds, he took it's life and ate him whole.
Of course, my dog is made for this kind of stuff, so i couldn't be angry at him. But it was a gruesome thing to see, and reminded me why i didn't have it in me anymore for years to eat meat. I felt really sick as i heard the bones cracking in my dogs fangs.
I wished i could've saved the bird, but nature wasn't feeling it that day :( At least my dog was very happy about it, as he hyperactively ran around after, looking at me with a big grin on his face, celebrating the time of his life..oh boi.
Hope you guys enjoy the picture! Until next time :')
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Ok, so having just barely arrived in Steemit-world, I figured it would be useful to give you guys a bit of an intro to my studio line-up as an artist, particularly since I will likely be sharing mostly from this part of my world. It seems I've been a working artist for (wow!) almost 30 years now, and as a result some patterns have started to stick.
First off, I'm a sculptor. I love to design and produce things in 3D. That could mean just about anything, out of anything. However, I have settled on stone and glass as my favourite materials. Stone is resilient and durable. It can have fascinating textures and malleablity. With the right approach, tools and loads of patience, it can be very cooperative. Glass, on the other hand, is ridiculously fragile, loaded with colour, and highly technical to work with. More patience needed, again. I often combine thes
This post is part of the #colorchallenge organized by @kalemandra
In my art, leaves tend to be my default. I also have an affinity for movement. This monoprint painting of mine is a happy marriage of the two.
WHAT IS A MONOPRINT?
My monoprints are created without a press using a gel printing plate. I roll acrylic paint onto the plate with a brayer. Designs are created by pressing or dragging textured objects or laying stencils on the wet paint. I then lay a piece of paper onto the painted surface and gently rub or roll with a brayer to transfer the design from the plate to the page. When the paper is pulled from the plate, the design is revealed...it's like Christmas morning! One of a kind finished pieces usually include 2 or 3 layers of paint which creates depth and provides interesting results.
Enjoy! Have a fantastic FridayBlue!!!
©S.A.M., 2013 (Some
Pieter Bruegel 1525-1569 was one of the largest inspirations to my painting and some of my drawings.
This painting that I did is Four feet by Four feet - a huge painting, in which I was inspired by the compositional arrangements in some of his paintings. However Bruegel painted, as did many of the old days artists in oil paints. I used acrylics, mainly due to the fact that they were cheaper, easier to clean the brushes and also, much faster drying time.
“Stop consuming images and start producing them.” - Terence McKenna
x 36 Acrylic Paint on Canvas
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This is my 2nd post about my flora themed art that I'm sharing with you today. I'm sharing with you a varied selection of my own artwork from my past year on Steemit. In the mix we have a wide variety of mediums from oil pastel and watercolours, to pen and ink drawings and cyanotypes.
As some of you may know from following my Steemit profile that I often paint pictures of Milford Sound in Fiordland, New Zealand.
This painting was a studio painting of The Lion and Mt Pembroke which is in prominent view from Milford Sound. I am always trying to achieve a 19th century style to my paintings and I wanted to emphasise the tonal ranges in this art work.
The Lion and Mt Pembroke, 24" x 30", oil on canvas.
This is one of the reference photos I used to create this painting.
This is the classic Milford Sound view. I took elements from the foreground of this photo and incorporated it into my painting.