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I got into the field of animation because animation is beautiful. Taking something that is still or something that you have created and moving it. You are creating and bringing life.I've always loved movies and I always loved animations. The stories were great, but there was more to it. I could feel what the character felt and it felt like they were real. The movement was beautiful, close to life but not quite, it was very different. Anyway, animation opened up a whole new realm of opportunities for me. There's so much more to it than people realize. It allows me a chance to indulge in all of my senses and forms of expression. Background design, character design, object design, hands-on sculpture, stop motion animation, texture, sound effects, music, story, writing, and more and more, the possibilities are endless. That's all I wanted to say for now. My gallery is small right now but I have tons of projects in the works (I have so many unfinished ideas) as well as some projects that need to be finished for my freelance clients. But check back often as I will keep on updating. Be sure to check out my other places on the web as well! If you ever want to find me somewhere, just search ShinyHubbCap (my internet handle!) Meaning of ShinyHubbCap- Well, my name is Julie Hubbard. My nickname is Jewels, everybody calls me Jewels. Jewels are shiny. "Shiny" is another nickname somebody gave me. When I think "Hub" I think Hubcap. My last name is Hubbard. so ShinyHubbCap is like my name. get it?

ShinyHubbCap

ShinyHubbCap

 

Painting by T. Fulop

This painting was in my Grandfathers estate. It is signed by T. Fulop. Behind the name is either a "54" of "Sr". It's 35" wide and 24" tall. Does anyone know of this artist??

TWH

TWH

 

My external blog

I envision that my external blog, combined with this blog, will afford me a greater opportunity to bridge a connection between my art website, this site, and my external blog. My external blog is a great platform for me to entertain and hopefully inform viewers by discussing and sharing my critiques and reviews of artwork, books (including articles/editorials) music, movies (including TV shows, social and political issues; basically any interesting content I can get my hands on. But ultimately I hope that interested parties that do view my original art website will find my work as aesthetically appealing as I do. http://rlouism.blogspot.com/

R. Louis Mulvihill

R. Louis Mulvihill

 

Introducing Myself.

I am a new artist member of this site, and I joined in hopes that I would be able to connect and share ideas about other artist's work and the work that I produce. I look forward to creating strong bounds with fellow artists and look forward to viewing and showing art. I have linked two examples of my art so to give an idea of what kind of work I produce. I have also linked my web site. Thank you. http://rlouism.com/

R. Louis Mulvihill

R. Louis Mulvihill

 

oil painting on canvas

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oilpainting

 

oil painting reproduction

We are a professional and qualified oil paintingsupplier from China and we can offer all categories of genuine hand-painted oil paintings, oil painting wholesale, oil painting reproductions,canvas oil painting. It includes: group oil painting, abstract oil painting, modern oil painting, flower oil painting,decoration oil painting, person oil painting, animal oil painting, portrait oil paintings, still life oil painting, children oil painting,nude oil painting, seascape oil painting, street oil painting, palace oil painting and venice oil painting, and so on. Oil Paintings by Monet, Van Gogh, Gustav Klimt, Paul Gauguin, Camille Pissarro, Paul Cezanne, Alfred Sisley and more

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oilpainting

Finally!

This thing had been sitting around in my living room, half finished for about nine months:     Mindanao palayan - almost ready for planting rice   I finally got around to finishing it a few days ago.   'Feels good to be back in the swing...   I was almost starting to get really cheesed-off with the thing, as I frantically tried to get it finished the other day. But I managed to resist the temptation of over-doing it and ending-up with a complete mess.   It's only a bit of crappy amateur art. And having taken 9 months over the thing, it is hard to say that I really enjoyed doing it. (Well, I always enjoy the actual time spent working on a painting but I couldn't get in the mood for art for months on end when I was supposed to be working on this one.) But, I have to say, I am pretty well satisfied with this painting now that it is done... I quite like the richness of the colors - especially the greens...   And the half-finished work almost became a fixture in my living room for such a long time; I might even frame this and put it up on my wall!     Help to support ArtFreaks.com as a free website for amateur and professional artists and photographers: Shop discount arts and crafts supplies at MisterArt.com!

smb

smb

 

Painting Outdoors on a Full Pallet Field Day

An artist, inspired to paint the Gothic and Florentine architecture outdoors in Prague, must choose between an almost limitless range of subtle colors to use. In this medieval city there are cooler hued buildings of stone with grayed lavenders, greens and blue browns. There are also warmer toned surfaces with ochre, yellows and oranges. Add to this an eclectic, no-rules range of color on many of the building's newly renovated surfaces, and you have a genuine, full palate field day! An artist needs to decide how to achieve color harmony in the shapes and nuances depicting these historic treasures if their next best painting is going to be a success. Rod Cameron reveals the secrets behind his choices of color in the painting titled, "St. Michelos Cathedral - Prague". Notice how he breaks down color into groups of "warm" and "cool". He tells students, "I saw the two towers in the sun as "warmer" mixtures: the thinner, taller steeple a mixture of cerulean blue and burnt sienna with white, and the main domed building a mixture of yellow ochre and burnt sienna with white." Using these warm hues as a reference point, Cameron uses a split complementary, which indicated blues, lavenders with touches of viridian green for the shadows and in the street buildings on either side. These cooler shadow colors frame the scene and provide exact compliments to the warm Hues of the Cathedral in the sunlight. To further enhance the warm atmosphere in the sunny part of this painting, the artist mixed cerulean blue into the sky. Cerulean blue, being the "warmer blue", supported the warm, sunny part of the composition and harmonized with the cerulean mixtures in the architecture. To see how easy it is to find and select complementary, split complementary and other color combinations, Rod Cameron suggests to artists to make or get a hold of a simple color wheel, found at any art supplier, and just dial up a color. In the case of Rod Cameron's painting of St. Michelos in Prague, he pointed to orange on the color wheel as his initial reference point, for the sunny surfaces of the Cathedral. The compliment of orange is ultramarine blue, but Cameron chooses the split complimentary; the colors that you find on either side of blue. The color wheel beautifully illustrates, lavenders on one side, and blues with a touch of viridian green on the other side; the split complimentary colors that Rod Cameron uses in the painting. Touches of your warm mixtures in your cool colors, and visa versa, will slightly gray things down, and go further to create great color harmony in your painting. The use of split complementary colors adds a greater range of color and more variety in your painting without sacrificing harmony. Color wheels are inexpensive and give the artist a better understanding of the color families and how they relate to each other. Even after you've memorized all the color combinations, it still fun to refer to now and then, plus, the wheel just looks cool hanging on the wall. Every studio should have one! Prague Artist Escape

Margaret Stanton

Margaret Stanton

 

Art is an EXPLOSION!!!

When you think of art whats the first thing that comes to your mind??? the correct answer is...EVERYTHING.everything is art nothing on this earth could be possible without art, i look at any and everything as an "art opportunity". and i guess this is why im getting better and better everyday. here is a challenge i want you to do. i do this everyday at school. next time you see an object by itself i want you to draw it. it can be as simple as a cup, but draw it 5 times, the first time drawing it as it is and the next 4 times drawing t different than before. don't get frustrated if it didn't turn out how you wanted it to. there is no such things as mistakes in art only mis-perception.this activity will start to really spark your imagination and increase your ability. in about a weeks time you will see yourself free-handing better than when you started!!! send me comments on ideas to help an artist or tell me how this little activity helped you. -Spyder

spyder

spyder

 

Great Artist Tip for Painting Shadows

In an early morning painting on the famous Charles Bridge in Prague, Czech Republic, the shadows are made up of warm colors. Artist, Rod Cameron, offers this insight into the color temperature that he used in the painting, and gives artists a good rule of thumb when selecting colors for shadows. At sunrise and sunset, the color of the light is changing very quickly. For even very ambitious plein air painters who manage to set up their easels at the crack of dawn, it's nearly impossible to finish the painting and capture the lighting effects on the landscape before it changes. And it's hard to remember exactly how it looked when you got the inspiration for your creation. Rod Cameron, travels with other artists all the way from his home on the Big Island in Hawaii to central Europe and the Czech and Slovak Republics, to paint in Prague. Knowing how to handle the shadows in certain colored light can be very helpful when painting en plein air, and the time and the light is moving too fast. Rod Cameron tells his students, "The magical light of Prague this early in the morning had a cool predominate cast, which brings the shadows to the warmer hues of the palate. Cool light equals warm shadows, or warm light gives cool shadows. This is the general rule." See Painting Even experienced plein air painting artists can benefit from this little reminder, especially when it's early, and you're in the moment. You want to capture the look and feel of cool, early morning, before the sun is up, and a few good rules of thumb can help take the guesswork out! "The incredible buildings of the city create an interesting sky line across the horizon and I used the tall statue on the left, which had a natural gaze into the scene and the focal points of the painting," said Rod Cameron while describing his painting titled, Charles Bridge. This Rod Cameron painting of the Charles bridge in Prague can be found on the web. Go ahead! Travel halfway around the world. Get up at the crack of dawn, and capture in your paintings the beautiful places that you travel to with confidence! The light may be changing too quickly, but the architecture, skylines and statues aren't. Create great value and color harmony with complimentary colors, then nudge the color in the shadows either warm or cool. Notice that it gives your shadows a "real presence". Painting Tip, Plein Air Painting in Europe, Expert advise on Painting, Painting Shadows, Painting workshop, Rod Cameron Art,

Margaret Stanton

Margaret Stanton

 

The Art of Bits & Pieces

Bits and Pieces are what almost all things that we use are made of. From slippers, cars, airplanes, flower pots, spoons, slippers, needles, rubber as well as plastic mats to bottled drinks. Once these things are broken or getting old, these are forgotten, treated as waste, dirt and shoved right into the bins. Sometimes left in the streets where it would be considered as pollutants in any form. Good for those who are making a living as street cleaners as well as scrappers as they could make money out of these - Bits & Pieces. While a lot of people consider Bits and Pieces as waste that they chaotically throw these anywhere, they don

eiryck

eiryck

 

Art

It is the 12th time. The 12th time that I made a motif for a award winning company. The award is the Danish Industry InitiativeAward 2009. The company is the Fittings Specialist in Fredericia, Denmark. It was a couple of months ago. As always I initiate the job by talking to the CEO. His name is Finn Roy, and he thorowly informed me about products, organisation, etc. We managed to drink three cups of coffee. The chemistry between us was right. Now you must see the robot, Finn Roy said. The robot??? First I thought of Gyro Gearloose

lonvig

lonvig

 

Let us show you Prague and How to Paint the Town!

If you're an Artist and have dreamed of going to Prague, This could be the trip you have been waiting for. Artist's Dream Holiday Plein Air Painting in Prague. OPEN to 10 artists and their guests. May 25 - 31, 2010. Join Artist Rod Cameron and Prague native, Jiri Balej, together with Artist Margaret Stanton for an exciting 5 day/6nights of painting, photographing and touring this exquisite, old European capital in a fun, relaxed atmosphere! This painting workshop/tour includes three star hotel accommodations with amenities in the heart of Prague (one block from MoMA), 5 days of painting workshops with Rod Cameron in different locations, 2 evening figure painting sessions, Daily sightseeing tours, personal instruction, Airport meet and greet, train ride excursion & savings on food and entertainment. Register Now! at Trip to Prague Info Take your Art to new levels with this amazing 5 day/ 6 night Plein Air Painting Workshop/Tour in the Heart of Prague Let us show you Prague and how to paint the Town! Let me know what you think, and Check Back to see more pictures, plus read about the people and how you can join us on this Great Tour of Prague!

Margaret Stanton

Margaret Stanton

 

Few more sketches

Here are a few more sketches, please check the Members Album on Gallery-- My art's named - ' My Quest to become an artist'. Thank u for spending ur time to read this. Love u.

Jasmine

Jasmine

 

My DAY

Hi, Each day is a new day. We do the same things or things happen differently or different things happen to us. I am making a conscious effort to do things differently every day. I am on my week off today. However, i ended up doing the same thing. Ohhh! how sickning! Anyway, i will still continue to keep up my zeal and learn to do things differently. Thats my quest at the moment... mY day has been pretty good. Well i know no ones interested to know that, but i would still like to share...Share my dreams.. I plan to sell my ART to fund my NGO. I have not yet thought of the cause for which i would work selflessly.. i will share it with you once i realise..I always wanted to do something interesting and i feel art is the one now.

Jasmine

Jasmine

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