might post here again
controvesy, is it art?
Personally I hate this sort of "art" (no offence, naturally) but tell me, is there demand for work like this in the market these days? I thought modernism had run it's course.
i dont exactly understand what your question is...
id say lots of artist dont earn alot of money...
what dont you like about it?
its too easy and simple probably...
and if you want to know if its art...
you have to understand what art is about
im not really into modernism though...
which really is a coincidence...
its just not the time
thx for passing by
Last edited by senbdoij; March 20th, 2006 at 12:09 PM.
you're not into modernism but your work is classic moderist primitivism? you're not making much sense here, brother
Basically, your sort of art was pretty popular in the 60's I'm simply asking if there is a market for this today. You know, how much of your work do you sell and for how much?
AAhhaha I could crit the hell out of it BUT I'll leave that up to the next member who passes by. See ya round, brother.
weirdest conversation ever O_o. I dont mind it... bit of a graf influence? Maybe not from writing but from observing? This stuff is definately marketable and not overly simple... it would suit interior decoration, and would be decent in a graphic design application... yeh not bad. I would say tho, that if your going to include figurative stuff (the faces and the monk) that they should be realistic, overly stylised, or not included. At the moment they look like an attempt at realism that has fallen a bit short.
hmm the only ones that appeal to me are the two skelly-like faces made on cardboard, i like those lines and the way they spiral off at the corners. your last two have nice coloring, and i think the monk looks ok. do you have any more stuff you could show?
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I quite like your work, it's very refreshing. It's good to get a variety of stuff on these forums, which is one of the reasons I still feel excited coming here.
Personally I quite like everything except the faces pieces, at which point I would agree with Form on his crit for those. Nice stuff though, keep it up!
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I love how people like Ned call anything that they can't fit into their narrow minded view of what art is supose to be "modernist". Personally, this work isn't exactly to my taste either, but I would rather keep seeing posts that are different and fresh then keep on seeing gun weilding girls with big tits.
keep it up.
form: wow what makes you say that
number6: if i could sell, i would dont worry...
i think my stuff is more conceptual then concept art
thx for the feedback boiz,
ill try to get ya some moe
for the attempt at hu8man caracter:
i wanted the monk to be more realistic and then gave up and did the diptic
i really cant do realism... im more into anime
i only did the busts because im unable at the moment to do more than that... or am i...
i just wanted it to be quick
and they were kinda intentionnaly made unrealistic... i gave them some gestuality and stuff
some spatula coloring
Last edited by senbdoij; May 2nd, 2006 at 11:08 PM.
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