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We can't leave out art on the Earth!

Whoever rearranged the mountains, valleys and trees to create magnificent art were masters of a technology unknown to us today.

It happens that the art I'd like to show you is all in Utah near Park City (if you like skiing and mountains, you'd enjoy it here).

Each image is oriented perfectly North/South. Since most images measure 3 miles across, they can only be seen from 5-10 miles altitude using GoogleEarth.

To help others "see" this art, I created a Photoshop version of each image, then crafted them into videos with some of my favorite music.

I'm not a great artist or a video expert, but I learned basic Photoshop and MovieMaker so I could share the information.

Here's three I like (each is only a minute long):





Even though they correlate to the Apocalypse, I'm not Mormon, and I'm not religiously affiliated, but I still think Earthlings should know about them!

I'm happy to share more if you're interested go to www.sacredgeology.com
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Hmm..
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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Drawing 2 pictures at the same time with both hands..time lapse.


[link to youtu.be]
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That's insane. Very talented.
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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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bit of Grafitti...

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Drawing 2 pictures at the same time with both hands..time lapse.

[link to youtu.be]
[link to youtu.be]
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That's insane. Very talented.
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rockon He's amazing. He says he watches as he puts the pencil down and starts drawing, then he looks to the other hand and puts the pencil down and starts drawing. Then looks back to the first hand.

Have you drawn things w/o looking at what you're doing and only looking at the model? Or, drawn things upside down? Those are good exercises.
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That's ingo swann. I really like his stuff. Did you know he passed away last New Year's eve?
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i had never heard of him untill you posted a link to one of his pics...
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Ohhhhhh! Well, I like his stuff. It's spacey.
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Oh yeah...one of my favorites!
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I love this guy's stuff (Kagaya):
[link to sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net (secure)]
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This is a time-lapse (something like 10 hours or so) so it captures a lot of light. This one is of geyser's in Nevada but looks otherworldly.
[link to www.lichtjahre.eu]
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Drawing 2 pictures at the same time with both hands..time lapse.

[link to youtu.be]
[link to youtu.be]
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That's insane. Very talented.
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rockon He's amazing. He says he watches as he puts the pencil down and starts drawing, then he looks to the other hand and puts the pencil down and starts drawing. Then looks back to the first hand.

Have you drawn things w/o looking at what you're doing and only looking at the model? Or, drawn things upside down? Those are good exercises.
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My art teacher in middle school used to tell us to look at what we were drawing (model, etc) for 80% of the time, and at the paper for 20%, but i found this to be too much on the subject. I like to do about 50/50, until i have the proportions and everything correct, then i focus on aesthetics- linework, shading, etc.

Also, my art teacher had some lady come in once, she was one of the students mothers, and she had us do the upside down exercise. She explained that our brains see things differently upside down and that it would help us with accuracy.

Both were good to know.

:)
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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Drawing 2 pictures at the same time with both hands..time lapse.

[link to youtu.be]
[link to youtu.be]
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That's insane. Very talented.
 Quoting: love/light





rockon He's amazing. He says he watches as he puts the pencil down and starts drawing, then he looks to the other hand and puts the pencil down and starts drawing. Then looks back to the first hand.

Have you drawn things w/o looking at what you're doing and only looking at the model? Or, drawn things upside down? Those are good exercises.
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My art teacher in middle school used to tell us to look at what we were drawing (model, etc) for 80% of the time, and at the paper for 20%, but i found this to be too much on the subject. I like to do about 50/50, until i have the proportions and everything correct, then i focus on aesthetics- linework, shading, etc.

Also, my art teacher had some lady come in once, she was one of the students mothers, and she had us do the upside down exercise. She explained that our brains see things differently upside down and that it would help us with accuracy.

Both were good to know.

:)
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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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Drawing 2 pictures at the same time with both hands..time lapse.

[link to youtu.be]
[link to youtu.be]
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That's insane. Very talented.
 Quoting: love/light





rockon He's amazing. He says he watches as he puts the pencil down and starts drawing, then he looks to the other hand and puts the pencil down and starts drawing. Then looks back to the first hand.

Have you drawn things w/o looking at what you're doing and only looking at the model? Or, drawn things upside down? Those are good exercises.
 Quoting: U3


My art teacher in middle school used to tell us to look at what we were drawing (model, etc) for 80% of the time, and at the paper for 20%, but i found this to be too much on the subject. I like to do about 50/50, until i have the proportions and everything correct, then i focus on aesthetics- linework, shading, etc.

Also, my art teacher had some lady come in once, she was one of the students mothers, and she had us do the upside down exercise. She explained that our brains see things differently upside down and that it would help us with accuracy.

Both were good to know.

:)
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Yeah, it all exercises the brain. Sooooooooo, why don't you post some of your art work? ;o)
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Most stolen piece of artwork in the world!!!!
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I have a theory why this is the most stolen piece of artwork.


Edit: I just posted this and look what I found
Thread: Do you ever want to scream ...

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That's insane. Very talented.
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rockon He's amazing. He says he watches as he puts the pencil down and starts drawing, then he looks to the other hand and puts the pencil down and starts drawing. Then looks back to the first hand.

Have you drawn things w/o looking at what you're doing and only looking at the model? Or, drawn things upside down? Those are good exercises.
 Quoting: U3


My art teacher in middle school used to tell us to look at what we were drawing (model, etc) for 80% of the time, and at the paper for 20%, but i found this to be too much on the subject. I like to do about 50/50, until i have the proportions and everything correct, then i focus on aesthetics- linework, shading, etc.

Also, my art teacher had some lady come in once, she was one of the students mothers, and she had us do the upside down exercise. She explained that our brains see things differently upside down and that it would help us with accuracy.

Both were good to know.

:)
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Yeah, it all exercises the brain. Sooooooooo, why don't you post some of your art work? ;o)
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Ive thought about it. I still havent decided if Im going to or not.
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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rockon He's amazing. He says he watches as he puts the pencil down and starts drawing, then he looks to the other hand and puts the pencil down and starts drawing. Then looks back to the first hand.

Have you drawn things w/o looking at what you're doing and only looking at the model? Or, drawn things upside down? Those are good exercises.
 Quoting: U3


My art teacher in middle school used to tell us to look at what we were drawing (model, etc) for 80% of the time, and at the paper for 20%, but i found this to be too much on the subject. I like to do about 50/50, until i have the proportions and everything correct, then i focus on aesthetics- linework, shading, etc.

Also, my art teacher had some lady come in once, she was one of the students mothers, and she had us do the upside down exercise. She explained that our brains see things differently upside down and that it would help us with accuracy.

Both were good to know.

:)
 Quoting: love/light





Yeah, it all exercises the brain. Sooooooooo, why don't you post some of your art work? ;o)
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Ive thought about it. I still havent decided if Im going to or not.
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Yeah, that's a big step. I don't mind people I know looking at my sketches but otehrwise, I'd just as soon keep it to myself.

My sister would talk people out of buying one of her paintings at her art shows, lol! She couldn't stand to aprt with them.
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My art teacher in middle school used to tell us to look at what we were drawing (model, etc) for 80% of the time, and at the paper for 20%, but i found this to be too much on the subject. I like to do about 50/50, until i have the proportions and everything correct, then i focus on aesthetics- linework, shading, etc.

Also, my art teacher had some lady come in once, she was one of the students mothers, and she had us do the upside down exercise. She explained that our brains see things differently upside down and that it would help us with accuracy.

Both were good to know.

:)
 Quoting: love/light





Yeah, it all exercises the brain. Sooooooooo, why don't you post some of your art work? ;o)
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Ive thought about it. I still havent decided if Im going to or not.
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Yeah, that's a big step. I don't mind people I know looking at my sketches but otehrwise, I'd just as soon keep it to myself.

My sister would talk people out of buying one of her paintings at her art shows, lol! She couldn't stand to aprt with them.
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I have my work on my facebook. I dont want anybody I know to connect the real me to my glp persona. Im not sure if anybody I know lurks here, and that would just be awkward.

hf
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Here are a couple of my oil paintings on canvas:

30 x 24" , oil on stretched canvas.
smtrntiger


36 x 24" , oil on streched canvas.
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(I'm male, mid-40's, and live and work in India as a designer. Writing is a passion of mine, as is painting. My avatar represents my protagonist against the Illuminati -a female warrior.)
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Yeah, it all exercises the brain. Sooooooooo, why don't you post some of your art work? ;o)
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Ive thought about it. I still havent decided if Im going to or not.
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Yeah, that's a big step. I don't mind people I know looking at my sketches but otehrwise, I'd just as soon keep it to myself.

My sister would talk people out of buying one of her paintings at her art shows, lol! She couldn't stand to aprt with them.
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I have my work on my facebook. I dont want anybody I know to connect the real me to my glp persona. Im not sure if anybody I know lurks here, and that would just be awkward.

hf
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You can post fb images and as far as I know, it doesn't give away who you are. Not trying to talk you into anything....just sayin'.tounge
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Here are a couple of my oil paintings on canvas:

30 x 24" , oil on stretched canvas.
smtrntiger


36 x 24" , oil on streched canvas.
snwlpd
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Wow! Those are awesome.
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Here are a couple of my oil paintings on canvas:

30 x 24" , oil on stretched canvas.
smtrntiger


36 x 24" , oil on streched canvas.
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gdub
Shits good, yo!
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Thread: Schizophrenic Art - Art Brut - intense images from the edge
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Here are a couple of my oil paintings on canvas:

30 x 24" , oil on stretched canvas.
:smtrntiger:


36 x 24" , oil on streched canvas.
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Very nice, Abhie! I think painting in realism is a particular talent, I could never do that, can't translate in that way, great job! hf
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I'll go out on a limb and post some of mine (now nobody should feel embarrassed!) These are older ones, some pics are from in the middle of painting.

:lunamoon:

:psalmofo:

:7ofcrowssketch:

:7ofcrows:

:floodsandflocks:

:gabrielsdagger:

:hebrides:

:angelusI:

:threeIII:

:judgl:

:judgr:

:1cups:
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Thanks for the comments people.
cheers hf
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The Nazis claimed that art created by Dali,Picasso,and other abstract surrealists, was a Zionist plot to raise the prices of art that was collected by the Rothchilds.
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Here are a couple of my oil paintings on canvas:

30 x 24" , oil on stretched canvas.
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36 x 24" , oil on streched canvas.
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holey moley, ab, those are amazing! nice work. loving the big cats, mama. hf
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"art, at it's best, should capture the soul of the subject AND the artist simultaneously." ~unknown
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We can't leave out art on the Earth!

Whoever rearranged the mountains, valleys and trees to create magnificent art were masters of a technology unknown to us today.

It happens that the art I'd like to show you is all in Utah near Park City (if you like skiing and mountains, you'd enjoy it here).

Each image is oriented perfectly North/South. Since most images measure 3 miles across, they can only be seen from 5-10 miles altitude using GoogleEarth.

To help others "see" this art, I created a Photoshop version of each image, then crafted them into videos with some of my favorite music.

I'm not a great artist or a video expert, but I learned basic Photoshop and MovieMaker so I could share the information.

Here's three I like (each is only a minute long):

[link to youtu.be]
[link to youtu.be]
[link to youtu.be]

Even though they correlate to the Apocalypse, I'm not Mormon, and I'm not religiously affiliated, but I still think Earthlings should know about them!

I'm happy to share more if you're interested go to www.sacredgeology.com
 Quoting: Art of the Earth 39074991




I love this stuff. Lots of folks on YT doing this. Thanks for sharing your interpretations!!! hf
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I'll go out on a limb and post some of mine (now nobody should feel embarrassed!) These are older ones, some pics are from in the middle of painting.


:psalmofo:

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This one really grabbed me. Thanks. hf
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I'll go out on a limb and post some of mine (now nobody should feel embarrassed!) These are older ones, some pics are from in the middle of painting.


:psalmofo:

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This one really grabbed me. Thanks. hf
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Thanks, it's about 15 years old, an illustration for an old story poem of mine, along with the others. peace
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I'll go out on a limb and post some of mine (now nobody should feel embarrassed!) These are older ones, some pics are from in the middle of painting.


:psalmofo:

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This one really grabbed me. Thanks. hf
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Thanks, it's about 15 years old, an illustration for an old story poem of mine, along with the others. peace
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I would guess OP would include a story poem as art. (hint, hint) ;o)

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