Hey there, I'm new here.
I decided to join this for art people to comment on my artwork.
As you know, I'm only 14 and I do hope I get comments from people telling me how to improve.
Ciel from Kuroshitsuji
Tenryuuji Noa from Rhapsody In Heaven.
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I was looking for some kind of art blog sight to use that wasnt all mainstream so a bit more freedom of expression instead of having to listen to people actually know critzing me and telling me how ridiculous my thoughts are, hopefully this will work out but i dunno
i guess ill upload something later but for now im just trying to get the feel of this website and ramble a bit, although this website seems rather under used...:DDD Well i dont know what to say but i feel like writing, so yeah and
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Hello people...Sorry I haven't been on here but have had all kinds of things going on.....like new drawings and playing with digital painting.....What fun it is learning a lot and still more to learn I think its endless...lol......
And I am including a sample with me as the star....lol.....enjoy
I'm just on my way back to Manila after spending a very pleasant week in a very remote farm in Davao del Sur, Mindanao, (in the Southern part of the Philippines). 'Extremely primitive conditions but the hospitality was great and I had a whole stretch of clean, clear and warm river water to myself! And it was great fun riding a motorcycle with four of us on it, going to the local market... Me, the driver and two very pretty and innocent country girls - one 17 years young and the other one just tu
Benjemin - One (Pastel painting of a German Shepherd dog)
Well. The landscape background might be a bit crude but I can honestly say that this is the first painting that I have made that I am truly satisfied with!! I could say that I was deliberately concentrating on the dog, in order to "bring it forward" or something - but that would be a lie. Notwithstanding, after three years of trying hard, I can honestly say that I am damned chuffed with this one!
Four months in the
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I haven't had much time for painting lately but one I did manage to finish recently was a little commemorative pastel for a lovely dog...
Jumong and Shoubi
Just a small pastel painting that I done as a way of remembering Shoubi's best mate, Jumong - who sadly died while I was away on my recent commission at sea.
The official story that I was given was that Jumong got sick and died. Not surprising really, as he spent most of the last months
By 2007/2008, as I inched my way annalistically/incrementally to the age of 65 and as my latest photo album was becoming filled to its maximum intake, people in my world were beginning to send digital photos, enough to begin to fill this and future photograph albums to overflowing. Those who could afford it, and who had the interest, in the first years of this new millennium, had begun to make videos of their family/personal lives; still others had telephones with visual images of the person th
Reading about the work of cartoonist Gary Larson and how he works I could not help compare and contrast his modus operandi and my own with respect to writing prose and poetry. Larson draws inspiration from similar sources to my own: interests, experiences and memories. He is sensitive about his readers and whether they understand his work. And so is this the case with me and my literary opus. I have one eye on my readers most of the time, but another on the world and all that is therein. Some
The industry I am engaged in is to create across the world-wide-web a tapestry of poetry and prose. At this site, readers will find my blog, one of the many parts of this tapestry. This literary creation, this industry created by a membership of one, this self-employed individual, this retired teacher and lecturer who is now 63 attempts to endow various themes and a wide range of social science and humanities subjects with many layers of meaning across the internet. I try to evoke a complex ran
This will allow for comments, as noted, independent of my postings in Poesias.
your observation was very thoughtful.
feel free to post any additional comments herein.
How is everyone doing????? This is a picture of a state park near us....Kool ....huh......hope you are checking out my art work ????? I will be adding on more soon.......everyone is really nice on the website artwanted.com......and here also.....Plan on doing some xmas presents that include my artwork for friends an relatives this year so i will busy but i will stop in here from time to time......Take care everyone.......and Blessed Be......
Well I am working on a very kool drawing will be posting it very soon and it will be for sale on artwanted.com.....I like it alot and so do my coworkers......will post it tomarrow thats 11-22... so just check an see.....what i have come up with.......Thanks everyone ........blessed be.......
I've been manically busy with this and some of my other websites for most of my present vacation, (from my work as a seaman.) And yes - I have also been going through one or two pretty minor depressions. Nothing serious, you understand - just the normal stuff that anyone would suffer, when they have been putting their heart, sole, all their energy and almost every waking hour; day after day into a task that they know may or may not eventually reap rewards - or might just as easily end-up in comp
I grew up in Wisconsin USA....Haven't been hardly anywhere just a few states . Grew up on a beef farm, feed cows, chickens, sheep etc. We had lots of cats and a dog. Love the country life - none like it. Our family is full of artists both my older sisters are artists and I have followed also had a great great aunt that was a good artist even have her painting from the early 1900's....kool huh.....anyway I have drawn from the day I picked up a pencil I am very sure its in my blood....lol....
Originally posted in the Forums: Oct 16 2007, 09:44 PM
I just had my first - (totally disastrous!!) exhibition - where I didn't even sell a single painting...
I was ripped-off for PHP40,000 by the Lilet Artista Art Gallery in MH Del Pilar Street, Ermita, Manila. The half page press release that I was supposed to get in the Manila Bulletin, ended up as a single paragraph in Tikatik - or some such cheap rubbish tabloid newspaper. 😂 No flowers, as promised - and not even a tin of Skyfl
Originally posted in the Forums: Jan 21 2007, 11:58 AM
And the finished product:
Pastel painting of a pretty, smiling teenage country girl in the Philippines, sitting on her elder sister's motorbike.
Jelyn Nakaupo sa Motor ni Ate - (More-or-less finished)
I will probably have to work on the hen and chicks some more. Jelyn's shirt could also do with some more white and shading. But, if at all, I will do this immediately before framing...
Originally posted in the Forums: Jan 2 2007, 08:04 AM
Not so much of a struggle now! Here's my latest 'work in progress...'
Jelyn Nakaupo sa Motor ni Ate! - (In progress)
Who knows how this will turn out. All I can say is that I am enjoying myself here!
Watch this space!
Originally posted in the Forums: Dec 25 2006, 06:08 AM
Here's my latest attempt...
Sheine Mae and Jelyn
It should have looked something like this...
Sheine Mae and Jelyn
I'm not aiming for photo-realism here - (even if I did have the skill and the patience to do it). In fact, I like a little bit of style...
But, looking at the photo and the painting together like this, I realized that I made Sheine Mae's head far too big. I'll have to try this one again
Originally posted in the Forums: Nov 13 2006, 03:51 AM
Oh, Here's one that I didn't burn... A sexy, very pretty blonde girl with lovely breasts!!
I know that most people will think it is a pretty corny painting but, who gives a damn?! I enjoyed doing it, and I like it!
And, I have to admit, it was done mostly in Rembrandts...
So why am I getting hot under the collar about Rembrandts? Because I have completely run out of my Schmingke SOFT pastels, I can't afford to order
It's a struggle. I am glad I only have one site to deal with right now.
So now, having managed to get image editing in the Gallery sorted-out, I now find that I can't upload any new images?!!!
Never mind... We will get there in the end.
I will post a new comment on my blog when this is sorted...