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    really got into Luminism lately, and this is one of the paintings from that movement.


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    George Caleb Bingham, Fur Trappers Descending the Missouri, c. 1845, Metropolitan Museum of Art

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    aww I can't believe the lats person to post in this thread was me!

    got this while randomly browsing at 8tracks.com
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    love the colours.

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    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.

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    Has anyone seen this? This guy animates classical paintings
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    it's amazing! see the whole lot of them here on his blog:
    http://rinostefanotagliafierro.tumblr.com/

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    ^That's just awsome, though some of them are quite disturbing


    Found this on shadowness: http://shadowness.com/raysheaf/dangerous-ride-2

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    Aaaand Tomasz Alen Kopera:

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    "He who has a why to live can bear any how."
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    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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    Here are a few things that are inspirational for me in no particular order.

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    I loved the lighting on this one.

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    Post some images that inspire you.

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    One of the few below-ground cemeteries in New Orleans:
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    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:
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    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.

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    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.

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    From the graphic novel The Fountain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aubergine View Post
    From the graphic novel The Fountain.
    Awesome GN choice Aubergine, one of my teachers at ACCD did the art for that one.

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    Thanks, unfortunately I haven't got my hands on it yet, but being such a big fan of the movie, I hope to, someday.

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