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Some paitings i like
from William Turner
Please visit my sketchbook and give advice / say hello!
Weird little things that get me thinking-
And some art;
Sorry if that was too many, hah.
Really nice share. these pictures are inspire me. I am new in graphic designing so i am not create a image yet which inspire all of you so i am working on it and hope i will be done something impressive.
Self-portrait. ©1500 Albrecht Durer. | Northern Renaissance Masterpiece
السلام عليكم في اسم يسوع المسيح+
+Assalamu'alaikum fi'i YESHUA ALMASIH
Peace be upon you in the name of JESUS CHRIST
these are the images which inspres me . specially robinn eley , jeremy geddes i love their painting
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Bael, na artist from UK. I really love the grace of his figures, the thin black lines ans the absence of Strong colors. Does anyone knows more artists like him?
James Duffield Harding (1798 – 4 December 1863) Put out a number of very successful books on landscape drawing which are still in print today. For those people looking for a good grounding in environment fundamentals you can't really beat this information.
Sketchbook - http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=277664
"He who has a why to live can bear any how."
I love the whipped up dust and the wind in this image - reminds me of in old films like Waterloo and War and Peace at the battle scenes when a hellish wind seems to be blowing giving some symbolic sense of struggle - armies of old like forces of nature - I believe this is Wojciech Kossaks Zorndorf painting - even the name of the village is evocate - Zorndorf - Zorn being german for Wrath
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My sketchbook http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=128951
One of the few below-ground cemeteries in New Orleans:
Doesn't seem like much to look at, but the place has character. Also, you know what they say about bodies being buried in swampland? Well, they do come back up, and if you go there after a rainstorm it is likely to find examples like these:
Basically this is where the poor of New Orleans bury their dead. In some ways visiting and seeing the bones that have surfaced feels like I'm invading their privacy. This cemetery is not like the pompous above-ground affairs of the affluent families in New Orleans; those are meant to be seen, proud in their opulence, despite the decay brought on by their age.
But anyway, there's a lot to be seen around this town. Hopefully will post some of my pics soon, just can't from my work computer and have little time when I'm at home.
My diverse collection of artsy happenings (portfolio): http://coenearts.carbonmade.com/