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    From the album: New Abstract Art by Millie King

    Shadow banned reborn: I wasn't satisfied with the feeling of shadow banned, so today I went back into it and "adjusted" it. Now it's more to my liking and tells a better story, that of a man who can't get back to his family, but he dreams that if they were in a store window, he could buy them and take them home along with his groceries.
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    From the album: New Abstract Art by Millie King

    From ancient times man has affected nature; sometimes healing what others take for granted Pastel and charcoal on paper Size 72 x 36
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    From the album: New Abstract Art by Millie King

    Charcoal and pastel on paper Size 72 x 36
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    From the album: Photography by Lois

    Two geckos that can be found in the Philippines. These two were seen at the Palawan Butterfly Ecological Garden and Tribal Village in Puerto Princesa, Palawan
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    From the album: Photography by Lois

    A type of gecko that resides in the Philippines. Seen here at the Palawan Butterfly Ecological Garden and Tribal Village in Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines
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    From the album: New Abstract Art by Millie King

    I wasn't consciously thinking about this subject, but many of my paintings are intuitive and this particular drawing happened to be created in September. I have no other explanation for it. Pastel and charcoal on paper Size 72 x 37
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    Just a quick drawing. i used ballpoint for this.
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    From the album: Tanawin

    Life in unexpected places.

    © Jamie Nabong

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    From the album: Tanawin

    Blooms of May.

    © Jamie Nabong

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    From the album: New Abstract Art by Millie King

    Acrylic on canvas Size 20 x 20 x 1 1/2
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    From the album: New Abstract Art by Millie King

    Rotating paintings sometimes brings surprises, even changes in emotive content. Clearly this time the painting sees things differently. Acrylic on canvas Size 72 x 60
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    From the album: New Abstract Art by Millie King

    Perception is relative, change the view and mind makes sense of the new configuration. I often flip or rotate paintings as I paint, it's part of my process that offers many happy surprises. Acrylic on canvas Size 72 x 60
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    Ahhh look at that sweet smile 😊
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    This is Nezuko from the Anime "Demon Slayer" sister of the leading character Tanjiro.
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    This photo taken 7years ago during our visit in Picninc Grove Tagaytay. This Horse (Kabayo in tagalog) was for rent for tourist who wants to take a photo or for a ride.
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    Banana Boat ride in Bluerock Subic Beach Resort. This photo taken 8years ago, just a throwback since we can't enjoy the summer due to Pandemic happening around. I miss the Beach πŸ˜”
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    If you look closely, you can see a vapour trail of an AirBridgeCargo Boeing 747 en route from Atlanta to Liege on the left hand side of the picture!

    © Tim Penycate

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    Going somewhere, I believe that this place is near in Patindig Araw known as "Buhay na Tubig". This was a fast photo shot while on a ride.
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    I don't know the name of this plant/flower I only search it on google. I just got it from our backyard and i putted it on flower pot
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    Nice! Very attractive lovely! 😍
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    beautiful! I like it
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    People can download this file and use it as a T-shirt design. This is a .png file. The file is for personal use only and the designer retains all commercial rights.

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    Version 1.0.0

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    People can download this file and use it as a T-shirt design. This is a .png file. The file is for personal use only and the designer retains all commercial rights.

    Free

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    a usually rectangular piece of fabric of distinctive design that is used as a symbol (as of a nation), as a signaling device, or as a decoration
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    So, first entry. New here, so on and so forth...I'm a hobbyist photographer, with main interests lying in photographing insects/other invertebrates. I don't have a fancy camera, but I do spend time making sure everything that needs to be in focus is the light conditions are just right etc etc. So yes, will hopefully be uploading some images soon.
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    A really heavy tropical downpour approaching the Limin Venture at anchor near Padang, Smatra in Indonesia.
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    Good Photo! The ambiance of the photo is like "Bring back memories". ☺️
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    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 turned 15. I only wish someone could have photographed the smile on my face!! Whilst I was there, I decided to give the family and the other people in the village a break from my prying camera. But I did manage to get loads of photos of light shining through tropical foliage, the rice paddies, the river etc., etc. I also spent a lot of time and effort trying to get a decent shot of a very beautiful cockerel. The chickens there are totally free range and the damn cock kept roaming around! I also spent some time taking photos of different types of light, (morning, noonday, evening, sunny, cloudy etc.,) shining through the water onto the river bed. Hopefully, these will provide some good practice material for learning how to paint natural bodies of water. I only have two regrets with that trip - and both of these were missed photo opportunities caused by my own stupid shyness and lack of confidence with people photography... The first one was when I was sitting in a nipper hut, right beside the path through the woodland along the riverbank. My camera was in my hands and I was already busy snapping away at the early morning sunlight shining through some banana tree leaves. Like I said earlier, I had already decided to give people photography a rest during this recent trip - but then some opportunities are so fleeting and too good to miss. So you really have to grab the moment and take the shot? I was suddenly amazed to see three very young children, (probably aged between about 5 and 7 years old,) riding along the woodland path on a fairly large horse. No doubt, they were riding to school and they just looked so care-free and confident on that big beast! By the time I had rustled-up the courage to brave their inevitable shyness and laughter the moment they should see my camera pointing at them, it was too late and all I could see was the backs of the children and the horse's great bum! I hadn't even raised my camera from my lap... The other missed photo opportunity was when, early on my last morning there, I was down by the river - busy trying to get some close-ups of some riverside flowers... So, obviously, I was ready and obviously, my camera was with me - primed, in hand and ready to go... But I wasn't expecting the family's 15-year-old daughter to come down to the river to say goodbye to me before leaving for school. And it wasn't until Jelyn turned to go that I realized what a pretty picture of carefree youth and innocence she was. With the beautiful, unspoiled rural scenery and that wonderfully soft, early morning light on her cheeks, this was another rare and not to be missed photo opportunity. All I had to do was to call back to her and just mention the word "pictures!" It would have been so easy and Jelyn loves having her photo taken. But, again, I was just too damned shy to ask- and then she was gone... Mind you, these lost photo opportunities may just be the prodding that I really need, in order to encourage me to start painting from the memory and using my imagination? Now that is definitely going to be a big step for me - getting away from painting exclusively from photographs...
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    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 any more over the internet, at the moment - and I couldn't have done this... without them! ...Reason being that the above painting uses a lot of acrylic modelling paste, mixed with sand, in order to get the textures for the grass and the rocks. If you try to use anything other than a really soft pastel for this, when you try to cover up the sanded modelling paste, most of the pastel ends up as dust on the floor. And, if you are not careful, you can wear your fingers down to the bone!!
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    Safely on the ground at NAIA T-2, my carriage from Bangkok to Manila - August 2016
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    From the album: Other Work

    Hi folks, This was a paid commission for a fiend of mine who wanted a Cyborg Ninja with hints of Metal Gear Rising, so I sued such influenced and created this, with my first real attempt of free hand background [usually I don't bother or draw it in, this was just all painted in one go]. Took about 3-4 days worth of work, 9 hours or more per day. Done in sketchbook pro. Comments and crit welcome.

    © Callum Johnson

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    49 downloads

    Here is a free WinZip file with a collection of 25 of my very first (and extremely crude!) attempts at pastel painting. The zip file has been uploaded, more as a means of testing the feasability and usefulness of the whole zip thing with the Downloads module of ArtFreaks.com. I would be very interested to hear from anyone who has trouble extracting the individual image files from this zip archive.

    Free

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    luchavnn.weebly.com/ studio-lhmc

    © &copy luchavnn

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    Outside another yellow moon has punched a hole in the night time mist I climb through the window and down to the street Will I see you tonight on a downtown train Every night, every night its just the same On a downtown train

    © 2010

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    214 downloads

    60x110 cm Welcome to my group:http://www.facebook.com/?sk=2361831622#!/group.php?gid=156324811369

    Free

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