So yeah, even though I'm not in art right now. I'm still going to use this site for my art. There is so much for me to learn. Watch out, Mr. Sands. A new artist is rising. Slowly. But surely muahahahahahaha!
1.) Most Sucessful Project? None. There isn't a battle of success for me, only progress. There will never be a most successful just as there will never be a perfect art. I can't pick a best now, nor can I ever.
2.) If I could change one, it would be my Solar Twins art.
As there is much more color I could have added.
3.) Two art pieces that are similar? I would compare my Loss Girl and Demeter Portrait.
Not only are they similar in terms of grayscale, but they both involve a woman in a most vulnerable state: naked. There's that with their long, flowing light hair and frail figure.
4.) People prefer to draw what they know they can draw or make. Be it objects, people, scenary, etc. There must be a new way to think of these normals. Perhaps if they adopt a style from an existing monument. The abstracted images of Picasso, etc etc. A style to recognize but create in a way that mimics your own.
There's really not much to say here. Modern art at its finest, using old paint and paper. Medium? Pencil, pen and watercolors on plain paper. It's just a tiger and dragon because tigers and dragons are cool.
I'm not usually one for proportion as I like a cartoonish style with my art. But this project calls for it. Medium? Pencil and Charcoal on flimsy tan paper. Reaction? Sorrow at a loss. Plus she's naked for a hint of vulnerability.
The workings of the brain is but the spasms of a fleshy soul
To whom it may concern, it is your role
To have and hold your thoughts and mind
Have them prepared to leave your grayscale life behind
They will let you into a small red door
Let you lay upon an impossibly comfy floor
They will let you gaze into the face of reality
And laugh at his opinions on your mental society
When you find that your brain holds only the most appeal
You will see that imagination has never been more real
Welp, if there's one thing, I am not the most average when it comes to being a girl. I don't spend hours on my hair. No thanks. It takes just a few minutes to brush your hair and go. I guess it's cool if you like doing your hair. Not me though. Nope. I just run a brush through this wild mane (Ow, by the way)and go on about my day.
Fortunately, I knew a thing or two about perspective before this. There's really not much to it. Simply put a vanishing point wherever you want and draw the lines for that. Easy. Well, at least with one-point perspective, heh. I wanted something standard with a twist. Yeah, I'm never letting the twist thing go. Deal with it, it's my thing. Contrast is a part of art I particularly like. So what is better contrast than red and blue? Orange and blue because they are the real opposites here, but still, red and blue is cooler/hotter....see what I did there? The objects in the picture really have no meaning or purpose. Does it have to have a purpose? No. It's simple aesthetics. Art for art sake. It's cool-looking, ok?
This one was a tricky one to figure out what to do. There are only a limited number of things I like to draw. Them being people, animals, poses, scenes, created characters, etc. Yeah, actually there isn't much else to that list. Then, I thought of a very common theme around this Halloween time. Hell. Hell was the start of Halloween, involving the devil and angry spirits. They say that Halloween is the night when the barrier between the living and dead is thinnest.
I am so excited for this week. For one thing, I got tickets to the production 'Beauty and the Beast'!! Aaaahh!! I'm so so excited. I always loved the movie. The Disney version, I mean. And did I mention I have never seen a real play before? Like, not a school one? Of course I never mentioned it but still.
Another thing is that I'm going to be in a play myself. As Ursula! Hahaha!! Wish me luck!
Meh, art is a funny thing. Is it considered a living thing in some places? That'd be weird too. Then again, weird is relative. Maybe it's like old stories, passed down but a little different each time. It spread wider and wider until art has no concrete definition. It's been molded into.....something weird. Is art itself abstract? Maybe. Or maybe it's a game to play, but the rules always change. But at the same time, they never did. To be perfectly honest, I hate some parts of the art community. Namely, the 'judges'. Who are they to say if your art is "art"? Hm? How is it their business to pick at you like that? Art is art. There shouldn't be guidelines to that, if you ask me. You didn't ask me, I know. But hey, it's babble.
Art is the thing I breathe, man.