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Let's start an ART thread!

 
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Here is a clip of Lotte Reiniger's work. She was a master of early animation, she cut out extremely intricate silhouette forms and shot them frame-by-frame. She's a favorite of mine, I find her work very original:

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That reminded me a little bit of this:

[link to www.youtube.com]
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Yes, for sure, Sonic! Wow, very good pick up, definite Reiniger influence, there. Super! Looks like an interesting game, too. hf
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It was a great game, it has received an average score of 8.7/10 from 1500 users [link to www.gamespot.com]

Goes to show, it's not always about amazing graphics or shooting everything that moves. It CAN just be about original atmosphere and clever puzzles.
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I agree, I will have to check out the game, thanks for the link. hf
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LeBron James - The Best Basketball Player In The World
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Cool image, I like how a lot of images, adverts etc have like visible energy in their imagery these days. Have people noticed this? I've only really noticed this myself in the last 3 or 4 years .

Are artists awakened to the fact that energy exists all around us or is it just because it looks cool and makes an image seem more alive/dynamic following a trend set by others. I guess it's a bit of both,
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True! I agree, I have been seeing a lot of it, makes me happy. hf I posted a link just before to a painting of Morgana Le Fay by Brian Froud, that painting has some of that quality, too.
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I love to visit this thread. Thanks everybody for all the awesome work. hf

Here's a link to an installation. She likes to use negative space quite a bit, too. Here's a blurb (and then the link)

"After the Celestial Axe is a sculpture with 27 mirrored surfaces that reveals a magical, multi-planar universe. As you walk through the forest, you encounter the sculpture shining mysteriously and brightly through the trees. The sculpture is comprised of a moss-covered fallen oak tree sliced up by a Celestial Axe and covered in layered frothy mirror fragments, shaped and arranged with a high degree of optical awareness and purpose. The artwork shows the aftermath of an event of incomprehensible proportions – an Axe that fell mysteriously from the skies, leaving a sparkling residue of starry formations. When seen from afar, these reflective arrangements sparkle in the sun; but when examined more closely, they reflect, refract, expand and transform the environment and the viewer. How or why the Celestial Axe fell is a part of a hidden narrative."

[link to drue.net]
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WOW. I like very much, inspiring! Thank you for sharing, U3. sun
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Sweet an art tread on GLP.


Here I made this recently

[link to www.youtube.com]
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Very interesting. It kept my attention all the way through it. Is the title indicative of Cephalius is illuminati and the "daughter" is Procris or Obama?
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Yeah it's loosely based on the official story, actually the presidents are Celhalus and the population is Procris.

As the story goes, procris is going to be sorry that she ever met him (according to the goddess that tries to steal Celaphus heart but doesn't win his heart over because of his love for Procris)

So I based my storyline in todays events and I found it very matching with the original story .

In a very hfabductcreative GLP kinda way
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Thank you thank you everyone :)

I live in the Southwest surrounded by wonderful Native American culture and art.

This is 'Day of Mourning'.

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Thank you to you Sloane, for sharing! Beautiful piece, serene and haunting. hf

Thought of this trailer for a film:


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Thanks Lily - I can't wait to see that!!!

Good Morning Art Lovers.

Some vintage fashion photography :) Have the best weekend!


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:VintFash4:

And you don't see a face like this everyday, SO handsome James Dean. Damn only 24 years old when he died.

:VintFash3:
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I love to visit this thread. Thanks everybody for all the awesome work. hf

Here's a link to an installation. She likes to use negative space quite a bit, too. Here's a blurb (and then the link)

"After the Celestial Axe is a sculpture with 27 mirrored surfaces that reveals a magical, multi-planar universe. As you walk through the forest, you encounter the sculpture shining mysteriously and brightly through the trees. The sculpture is comprised of a moss-covered fallen oak tree sliced up by a Celestial Axe and covered in layered frothy mirror fragments, shaped and arranged with a high degree of optical awareness and purpose. The artwork shows the aftermath of an event of incomprehensible proportions – an Axe that fell mysteriously from the skies, leaving a sparkling residue of starry formations. When seen from afar, these reflective arrangements sparkle in the sun; but when examined more closely, they reflect, refract, expand and transform the environment and the viewer. How or why the Celestial Axe fell is a part of a hidden narrative."

[link to drue.net]
 Quoting: U3


WOW. I like very much, inspiring! Thank you for sharing, U3. sun
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YW! I'm glad you enjoyed it!

Here's another. It's a walk-through in some town in Japan. The town is serene and beautiful, a living piece of artwork.


[link to youtu.be]

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Sweet an art tread on GLP.


Here I made this recently

[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1296810





Very interesting. It kept my attention all the way through it. Is the title indicative of Cephalius is illuminati and the "daughter" is Procris or Obama?
 Quoting: U3



Yeah it's loosely based on the official story, actually the presidents are Celhalus and the population is Procris.

As the story goes, procris is going to be sorry that she ever met him (according to the goddess that tries to steal Celaphus heart but doesn't win his heart over because of his love for Procris)

So I based my storyline in todays events and I found it very matching with the original story .

In a very hfabductcreative GLP kinda way
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Ah, yes. That makes sense. Well, thanks so much for sharing it. You are talented. When do you graduate or have you already?
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Thank you thank you everyone :)

I live in the Southwest surrounded by wonderful Native American culture and art.

This is 'Day of Mourning'.

:NatlDayMourning:
 Quoting: Sloane


Thank you to you Sloane, for sharing! Beautiful piece, serene and haunting. hf

Thought of this trailer for a film:

[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]
 Quoting: Junkyard Lily



Thanks Lily - I can't wait to see that!!!

Good Morning Art Lovers.

Some vintage fashion photography :) Have the best weekend!


:VintFash1:


:VintFash4:

And you don't see a face like this everyday, SO handsome James Dean. Damn only 24 years old when he died.

:VintFash3:
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Good evening art lovers, lol! Isn't this fun?

I love these photos, Sloane. What an era!

Have a great week-end, everyone!
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A very strange thing happened after I left this thread a short time ago. I did something else (don't remember what exactly) but then I closed some tabs on my computer and found a tab that I did NOT know how it got there. I had not clicked the link.

Since it was for Occult Art, I figured I must have accidentially clicked it while going through this last page. Since I'm having trouble loading this page (because of YT vidoes), I could be wrong, but I did not see this link here.

Anyway, please excuse me if I'm copying something already posted, but there are 2 images I got off the site. They are by Gabriel Martinez Meave:


[link to www.sdwhaven.com]







lookingdown









Gabriel Martinez

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Posting an Arthur Rackham image i like. There were 3 key fantasy artists from the early 1900's(him, Kay Nielson and Edmund Dulac) that inspired a generation of fantasy artists to come.
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Very nice! afro

These are by two of my favorite fantasy artists, Brian Froud and David Delamare. I own a few pieces by the third artist, Michael Price:

[link to greenworld.spiritualitea.net]

[link to www.youtube.com]

[link to www.dmichaelprice.com]
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Fun! Thanks Lilly. I enjoyed all of that. hf
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Vincent van Gogh

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Chloe does a beautiful rendention of this too. Thanks, I enjoyed it. hf
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A very strange thing happened after I left this thread a short time ago. I did something else (don't remember what exactly) but then I closed some tabs on my computer and found a tab that I did NOT know how it got there. I had not clicked the link.

Since it was for Occult Art, I figured I must have accidentially clicked it while going through this last page. Since I'm having trouble loading this page (because of YT vidoes), I could be wrong, but I did not see this link here.

Anyway, please excuse me if I'm copying something already posted, but there are 2 images I got off the site. They are by Gabriel Martinez Meave:


[link to www.sdwhaven.com]







lookingdown









Gabriel Martinez
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I haven't been to this thread for awhile so, even if it has been posted before, I hadn't seen the link.

I really enjoyed those. Thanks U3!!!
pEacE, cLovIs
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A very strange thing happened after I left this thread a short time ago. I did something else (don't remember what exactly) but then I closed some tabs on my computer and found a tab that I did NOT know how it got there. I had not clicked the link.

Since it was for Occult Art, I figured I must have accidentially clicked it while going through this last page. Since I'm having trouble loading this page (because of YT vidoes), I could be wrong, but I did not see this link here.

Anyway, please excuse me if I'm copying something already posted, but there are 2 images I got off the site. They are by Gabriel Martinez Meave:


[link to www.sdwhaven.com]







lookingdown









Gabriel Martinez
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WOW! Love those.


hf
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A very strange thing happened after I left this thread a short time ago. I did something else (don't remember what exactly) but then I closed some tabs on my computer and found a tab that I did NOT know how it got there. I had not clicked the link.

Since it was for Occult Art, I figured I must have accidentially clicked it while going through this last page. Since I'm having trouble loading this page (because of YT vidoes), I could be wrong, but I did not see this link here.

Anyway, please excuse me if I'm copying something already posted, but there are 2 images I got off the site. They are by Gabriel Martinez Meave:


[link to www.sdwhaven.com]







lookingdown









Gabriel Martinez
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I haven't been to this thread for awhile so, even if it has been posted before, I hadn't seen the link.

I really enjoyed those. Thanks U3!!!
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I have no idea how that tab showed up on my computer, lol! I looked through this page again and didn't find the link here. 1dunno1

Anyway, I loved the artwork and those 2 were some of my favorites. Glad you enjoyed them. rockon
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A very strange thing happened after I left this thread a short time ago. I did something else (don't remember what exactly) but then I closed some tabs on my computer and found a tab that I did NOT know how it got there. I had not clicked the link.

Since it was for Occult Art, I figured I must have accidentially clicked it while going through this last page. Since I'm having trouble loading this page (because of YT vidoes), I could be wrong, but I did not see this link here.

Anyway, please excuse me if I'm copying something already posted, but there are 2 images I got off the site. They are by Gabriel Martinez Meave:


[link to www.sdwhaven.com]







lookingdown









Gabriel Martinez
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WOW! Love those.


hf
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hf


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A very strange thing happened after I left this thread a short time ago. I did something else (don't remember what exactly) but then I closed some tabs on my computer and found a tab that I did NOT know how it got there. I had not clicked the link.

Since it was for Occult Art, I figured I must have accidentially clicked it while going through this last page. Since I'm having trouble loading this page (because of YT vidoes), I could be wrong, but I did not see this link here.

Anyway, please excuse me if I'm copying something already posted, but there are 2 images I got off the site. They are by Gabriel Martinez Meave:


[link to www.sdwhaven.com]







lookingdown









Gabriel Martinez
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WOW! Love those.


hf
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hf


unicorn
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I posted those in the OP, lol. He is awesome.

hf

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Something deep, and thought provoking.

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A very strange thing happened after I left this thread a short time ago. I did something else (don't remember what exactly) but then I closed some tabs on my computer and found a tab that I did NOT know how it got there. I had not clicked the link.

Since it was for Occult Art, I figured I must have accidentially clicked it while going through this last page. Since I'm having trouble loading this page (because of YT vidoes), I could be wrong, but I did not see this link here.

Anyway, please excuse me if I'm copying something already posted, but there are 2 images I got off the site. They are by Gabriel Martinez Meave:


[link to www.sdwhaven.com]






 Quoting: U3



WOW! Love those.


hf
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hf



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I posted those in the OP, lol. He is awesome.

hf

[link to www.google.com]
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Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, I see what happened. OMG, lol! I must have missed that link when you first posted. Well, anyway, thanks so much for the link. His work is awesome, lol! hf
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Something deep, and thought provoking.

I have this theory that you can make any sentence seem profound by writing the name of a dead philosopher at the end of it - Plato
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Here's another. It's a walk-through in some town in Japan. The town is serene and beautiful, a living piece of artwork.


[link to youtu.be]
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That was really nice, thank you--almost felt like I was there. herethere

I could see this playing in the background at an art installation of some kind...the pace is interesting, the guy who was filming (guessing it is a guy by the pace and sound of the shoes) seems to be walking to a destination, or with purpose, to me. I'm a fast walker, and I'd probably have to sprint a few times to keep up lol, such great scenery. My favorite areas were the sections where the street was lined with stones, and then the water-wheel with the criss-crossed pavement, different and interesting! flower
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Posting an Arthur Rackham image i like. There were 3 key fantasy artists from the early 1900's(him, Kay Nielson and Edmund Dulac) that inspired a generation of fantasy artists to come.
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Very nice! afro

These are by two of my favorite fantasy artists, Brian Froud and David Delamare. I own a few pieces by the third artist, Michael Price:

[link to greenworld.spiritualitea.net]

[link to www.youtube.com]

[link to www.dmichaelprice.com]
 Quoting: Junkyard Lily





Fun! Thanks Lilly. I enjoyed all of that. hf
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My pleasure, glad you enjoyed! sun
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Thanks Lily - I can't wait to see that!!!

Good Morning Art Lovers.

Some vintage fashion photography :) Have the best weekend!


:VintFash1


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And you don't see a face like this everyday, SO handsome James Dean. Damn only 24 years old when he died.

:VintFash3
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My pleasure! smile_kiss

Really enjoyed those photos Sloane, some iconic work, thanks for adding. u2efine
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love this image.

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To follow along with Sloane this morning, here's a link to some of Herb Ritts's photography (NSFW):

[link to www.herbritts.com]

Bob Willoughby:

[link to www.willoughbyphotos.com]

hf
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Here's another. It's a walk-through in some town in Japan. The town is serene and beautiful, a living piece of artwork.


[link to youtu.be]
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That was really nice, thank you--almost felt like I was there. herethere

I could see this playing in the background at an art installation of some kind...the pace is interesting, the guy who was filming (guessing it is a guy by the pace and sound of the shoes) seems to be walking to a destination, or with purpose, to me. I'm a fast walker, and I'd probably have to sprint a few times to keep up lol, such great scenery. My favorite areas were the sections where the street was lined with stones, and then the water-wheel with the criss-crossed pavement, different and interesting! flower
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I was amazed that hardly any animals, people or vehicles were around. It sure is beautiful there. I loved that water-wheel too. Glad you enjoyed it.
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love this image.

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Beautiful! Is this another of yours?
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To follow along with Sloane this morning, here's a link to some of Herb Ritts's photography (NSFW):

[link to www.herbritts.com]

Bob Willoughby:

[link to www.willoughbyphotos.com]

hf
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Verrrrry interesting. Thanks.
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I'm a working artist as my 2nd career and have sold art locally, regionally, nationally and internationally (Europe and Asia). A few people on here know my true identity, I'd post a link to my page but then my cover would be blown!

I'll post a link to some of my work though, please be warned that it's not great as I'm self-taught and never took art instruction, but it's been a lot of fun creating, showing it and selling it.

[link to pho.to]

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I'm a working artist as my 2nd career and have sold art locally, regionally, nationally and internationally (Europe and Asia). A few people on here know my true identity, I'd post a link to my work but then my cover would be blown!

I'll post a link to some of my work though, please be warned that it's not great as I'm self-taught and never took art instruction, but it's been a lot of fun creating, showing it and selling it.

[link to pho.to]
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I've always thought you are extremely talented, MP, from the work of yours I've seen in the past, here and there on threads. So freekin' good. Thanks for posting the link!

Btw, having worked in an art gallery in the past in NYC, and being in that whole "scene" even a little bit, I know how hard it can be to break in and sell without connections or formal training. The fact that you've been able, says a lot. hf
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I'm a working artist as my 2nd career and have sold art locally, regionally, nationally and internationally (Europe and Asia). A few people on here know my true identity, I'd post a link to my page but then my cover would be blown!

I'll post a link to some of my work though, please be warned that it's not great as I'm self-taught and never took art instruction, but it's been a lot of fun creating, showing it and selling it.

[link to pho.to]
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I love those. Thanks!

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So, I found this neat website and can spend too many hours there.

Here's a link to an article with pictures of different author's outlines for books they wrote (such as Rowling's for Harry Potter)
[link to flavorwire.com]


and here is another article with the business cards of several people....I uploaded Walt Disney's
[link to flavorwire.com]

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