In the comments, please suggest your answer to the eternal question "What is art?"
Posted by threecheersfornick 10 years ago
It is called Dispelling the Myth - Art for Deviant Breeds. I am asked to focus on Pit Bull related art. Thanks for your help in any way.?
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Asked by harry potter rules 6 years ago
O.k. short and sweet, I have a photograph (Colour) 8x10 that i would like to put on a T-Shirt for a friend. Is this possible and if so what would i pay and art student to do this. Would only want 2 shirts, There would be Basic lettering on the front with again a nother small photgraph 3x5.Any suggestions appreciated. Thanks
Asked by oldtimer1943 6 years ago
How to build it ?????????link http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=24173336me email email@example.com
Asked by moshepes 9 years ago
Chinese knots are, in some ways, similar to Celtic knots. Each knot represents a particular traditional Chinese form, and in many cases are representative of Buddhist precepts like the continuation of life. Chinese knotted jewelry usually incorporates a main jade or stone centerpiece and jade, stone, coins or glass beads. The cord from the knots usually is extended upward to make a lanyard for a necklace, but with some bracelet styles the knot or knots are extended around the wrist with a macramé style knot. Chinese knotting was nearly lost as an art form. In recent years, several books teaching knotting techniques have been released. The cord used in making the knots is readily available at craft or fabric stores. Josephine Knot (Chinese Double Coin Knot) http://www.bridgat.com
Posted by meixibe 4 years ago
I have access to raw pigments and about a dozen empty aerosol cans, is there any way to utilize these two items in tandem to create unique colors of working spray paint? (c'mon Banksy, if you're out there, help an aspiring artist)
Asked by expungetheworm 8 years ago
I have a very large banner which is a photo printed onto a thick plastic (vinyl??). It is autographed so I would like to preserve the banner and the signature. Is there any product I can use to help protect the surface and stop it from fading? I've e-mailed Krylon but apparently none of their products are suitable
I have a very large banner which is a photo printed onto a thick plastic (vinyl??). It is autographed so I would like to preserve the banner and the signature. Is there any product I can use to help protect the surface and stop it from fading? I've e-mailed Krylon but apparently none of their products
Hi, thanks for looking in. Pretty much, I have never liked graphics packages, they are too complex for me. I make a variety of produce for a disability co-operative (free, not a penny is charged) The aim is to grow veg and fruit, process it and give it away, living on state benefits is tough in the UK. As I am disabled too, I feel more strongly for this cause. You will appreciate, half of the appreciation of food is the presentation, and that includes the packaging. So I would like a logo, please, but I'm rubbish with graphics. Ideally I would like something like the shield from the Warner Bros logo with Tweetie Pie's Grandma character 'popping' out of it. I would like permanent writing on it that says "Granny Vera's" (my wife is Vera - and she is a Granny at just 40!) with a space underneath Granny Vera's to allow me to type in the produce. If you can help me I would be immensely grateful, and I am very easy to please. I can also draw a sketch of what I envisage to help you further so time is not wasted. Many thanks Kevin
Asked by kevinhannan 8 years ago
Hey, this fourm is for peoplewho make urban art and want to show it off.What is urban art? Urban art is creatingand art work out of anything common to you.ie. making a portrate of jimi hendrix out ofa cassette tape (http://www.flickr.com/photos/iri5/3344465546/)So have fun about showing off and discussingthis art form!
Posted by The Urban artist 9 years ago
Somewhere in between crop circles and intricate corn mazes is this rice paddy art, in which different colors of rice are planted in strategic locations to make patterns. The Japanese are masters of creating art in the least likely of places--see metro ticket art.Link
Posted by joshf 10 years ago
It has to be within the united states and has got to be a free program.
Asked by CreativeKaila 2 years ago
I am a contemporary artist as well as a traditional woodcarver. This will be the third time I have participated in the World Ice Art Championships in my hometown of Fairbanks, Alaska. Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture, San Francisco Art Institute: Expected May 2008 Bachelor of Liberal Arts, Sarah Lawrence College: 2006 Additional Images of my work can be found at: www.jessehensel.com
Posted by jesse.hensel 10 years ago
I am an art teacher and planning to start summer art workshops. I want to buy art supplies in bulk for my students. I have heard that ASWexpress - http://www.aswexpress.com/ is the best place online to get all premium supplies at best price. Has any one joined them ? Any suggestions would be of great help.
Posted by jacobjackson 4 years ago
Hey guys if you wanna learn how to do some art with spray paint give me a message and ill try my best to make a clear and good piece of art for you guys to make also, However in the mean time look at my profile for some inscrutable on there.
Posted by noahaz7651 4 years ago
Like art? Like art contests? Well, please join my art contest group here> https://www.instructables.com/group/artcontest In here you might just win one of those prizes! For every winner I will post a forum saying who are the three winners! I will tell every person what they got in the group forums. For the winners you will get a subscribe and a forum explaining your trophy! Please join now to have a chance to win! (you will have to enter your instructables into the group. Questions? Comments? Concerns? Please send me a private message and I'll get to you as quick as I can)
Posted by lil larry 7 years ago
My "How to Make Art" Instructable has 4 negative ratings thus far (in less than a week). This makes me angry. It's not that terrible of an instructable. In fact, I think it's one of my better ones. I am lead to believe that one of the following is probably true: 1) People don't like seeing drawings of nude men on their homepage. 2) There are some boring self-righteous artists types visiting Instructables who clearly know nothing about great art. In fact, I bet they spend all of their time, at home -- alone -- telling their seven cats how Georgia O'Keefe was the greatest American artist. So, if you don't hate art, please give my instructable a good rating. If you do hate art, why are you clicking on it to begin with? There are plenty of other lesser Instructable for you to denigrate.
Posted by randofo 10 years ago
This is the link, It takes you to 'LolSnaps' It came up on my Facebook newsfeed, and well I'm impressed... I think this sort of random street art is fantastic, because of the way it gets people involved I'm not sure where it's from, or what site it was originally posted on... but well.... I like it I remember seeing something similar a few years back (well more than a few) when I was in Dublin... someone had spray painted a building with phrases like 'I was here I had a voice' 'life is art' etc... very cool Anyway Enjoy :)
Posted by Biggsy 7 years ago
A few photos from the BBC -Photographer Carl Warner has painstakingly captured all kinds of food in a series of still lifes. He says his 'Foodscapes' were partly inspired by healthy eating campaigns. But they have not persuaded his own children to take up the five-a-day pledge.The photos must be shopped in some way, because they were apparently "taken in layers", so that part of the image didn't wilt whilst the rest was being prepared.Link to other images: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/in_pictures/7186989.stm
Posted by Kiteman 10 years ago
To all my followers and viewers, what would you like me to teach you how to draw? I will look at the discussions and find out what has the most! Note: I am talented with art, but I have a really hard time drawing people. I would also hope some of you would say Transformers, just might be a challenged accepted.
Posted by ThunderBumm And SpittleFumm 3 years ago
Artist FilthyLuker has been making some fantastic installations. These tentacles are over the top and bring to mind some octopus invasion. Meanwhile, the other pics show that just adding a couple of eyes can make any object much more fascinating. FilthyLuker's galleryvia Wooster Collective
Posted by fungus amungus 10 years ago
I am doing this for a friend's wedding. The medium is acrylic paints. The photo is fuzzy and doesn't do it justice. You can't see the skin tone changes and highlights, :( This is my first time painting something like this, it's all mainly guess work (The hair, the skin, etc.) Work in progress. What are you working on?
Posted by Spl1nt3rC3ll 10 years ago