The Show Your Paintings/Drawings/Images Thread

Discussion in 'Art & Culture' started by Fafnir665, Aug 15, 2003.

  1. Buddha12 Valued Senior Member

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    Thank you. It was just a weed that stood out as I was walking by this open field so I thought I'd capture the moment. Sometimes the simplest of things are the best things of all.

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    Yeahh...
     
  8. Stoniphi obscurely fossiliferous Valued Senior Member

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    Pricing an artwork can be very complicated, there are a lot of variables involved, especially here in the future. If a person wants a particular piece and can afford it they will then buy it. Otherwise they won't.

    Value judgements are like critiques - "everyone's an art critic" and it is vastly easier to criticize a piece than to produce it in the first place.

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    Impressive. The finished work as well as the amount of dedication involved in completing it.
     
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    Temple:
    Fantastic work and shading. I like how the shadow perspective looks accurate.
    The way the lighting strikes the very top stones -very little shading which also looks accurate.
    Exquisite detail.
     
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    Welcome to the Sciforums, pleased to meet you.

    Yes, Pointillism is both entertaining and time consuming, has its own unique perceptive flavor. One minor geometric/philosophic point: a line is by definition a series of points so there are indeed lines present, despite that you made them point - wise. Nicely done however.

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    So what exactly did you do there, Buddha (in the landscape and the serpent)?
     
  15. Buddha12 Valued Senior Member

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    Can you please elaborate on your question because I do not understand what you are trying to find out about what I did. If you are asking where they were taken or when I can give you that.
     
  16. wegs Matter & Pixie Dust Valued Senior Member

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    Just a simple flower shot I took, in my travels recently. It is a flower that grows 'wild' in Florida.
    I'm trying to work on symmetry.
    I prefer the black and white one, but I tend to prefer b&w over color photos, for some reason.

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    I included a little bait & tackle/snacks 'eatery' that's near the bay, too. Not sure why that is showing as a thumbnail, and not with the others here.
     
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    currently my background, on my computer...

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    Amazing works, guys.

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    Mourne Mountains..
     
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    Nice
     

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