Messy morning painting a base on some clay pins for myself.
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hey i wanna find artists to follow!
I'm most interested in learning from people who draw semi realism or good anatomy, and I like to look at expressive cartoons, art with magical realism type themes, and lots of patterns and colors and textures!
i also wanna follow ceramicists and other crafty folk!
so uhhhh reblog or comment or something if you're one of those artists!
This week, Jillian introduces us to Hannah Jensen, an artist from New Zealand known for her carvings, in "Acrylic Carving"
Hi everyone! I hope you all had a great week! Now, if you’re like me, you might be used to stereotypical forms of art: painting, drawing, ceramics, etc. These are what we are most exposed to because they are more traditional. What I love about this blog is that I find myself actively looking for cool things to share with you all, whether it’s a new artist or a new style I’ve never seen before.…
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Memento Mori (1604) by Jacopo Ligozzi (1547 - 1627)
The Latin phrase memento mori literally means, "Remember that you must die." The phrase has its origins in ancient Rome, where it is believed that slaves accompanying generals on victory parades whispered the words as a reminder of their commander’s mortality, to prevent them from being consumed by hubris (excessive pride and self-confidence). The concept has become a familiar trope in the visual arts from the medieval period to the present.
In Christian contexts, the memento mori acquired a moralizing purpose, urging the faithful to turn away from fleeting earthly pleasures and focus instead on the afterlife.
In the Renaissance and Baroque periods, artists frequently incorporated symbols of mortality into their paintings, from obvious imagery such as skulls to more subtle references such as wilting flowers or timepieces.
The vanitas still life, popular during the 17th-century Dutch Golden Age, combined symbols of mortality with sumptuous depictions of material riches to create moral allegories about the follies of human vanity and the permanence of death.
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2014, acrylic painting
2013, acrylic painting
There are still a few things I can't figure out on medibang and it bothers me so much because it was always so easy to do in krita and my old free Photoshop version.
- I can't find nothing helpful on the internet how to transform things and by that I don't mean how to make a thing bigger or smaller. There is this tool on krita, which can transform things perspectively, and I miss that.
- I downloaded a few brushes and even made one myself, but there are still not much to pick out. For textures I don't have none at all. I definitely need to find some more on the internet.
- Medibang make all my pictures really blurry and I don't know what I can do to prevent that. I use a 1600x2560, 300 dpi, canvas but however when I look at the picture on my phone it's still blurry.
My favourite thing about painting digital is that it's so nice to have all these in-process pictures. It's so fun to see how things changed and got better.