these are the sparkliest pictures ever. I'm so disappointed that the scanner didn't pick up the glitter.
In godess 1 by *nonipony we see a gestured figure emerging from a sea of abstracted color. There's a stark contrast between the figure and the rest of the painting, but I think that's what really makes it work. Definitely worth a full viewing. (
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Why is this in scraps?! It is amazing and everyone seemed to love it!!!!!!!!! And I'm sure would be even more so if your scanner picked up the glitter, but still amazing and should be in your gallery I think
This is fantastic - it's the kind of thing I's like my pieces to turn out like (they never do). I absolutely love bright colours, and the swirls in her hair really give it a feel of movement. Definately a fave.
Hi, I just wanted to say, my friend =Grambo-Nitro sent me a print of this picture as a surprise present and it is absolutely beautiful! It looks just as stunning in print as it does on the screen.
That picture is so awesome, so prettyful, so colourful.. that is what i am aiming for in my art project, well something similar, but with indian statuettes.
again, beautiful work.. *stares in awe* *eyepopping* :+fave: deffinately a fav!
the black is ink and the colours are water colours, although there is a bit of acrylic in there aswell. but the thing that really brought this piece together was the shellac - I love shellac so much, and I use it on all my artworks.
Thaaaaaaaaaanks for the reply!!! I need to start finding out more about the 'technical part' before starting...so, uhm, what does 'shellac' mean? I only heard that word in a song by Elvis Costello
Sorry to bother again! You're very kind
shellac is a type of varnish, that was used alot before conventional varnish came about. made of crushed bugs, I believe, and its present in alot of things from photography techniques to jelly beans. it gives the artworks a golden glow and makes them look old and shiney. it really enhances colour aswell.
you get shellac in little orange flakes that you dissolve in metholated spirits, which you then paint anywhere you desire but it doesn't come off most things, so be careful not to spill it. lol.
Heh. This has been a favourite of mine for such a long time, and yet I havn't even commented. I just wanna say it's one of the most beautiful pieces I;ve ever seen. I love bright colours, so you can understand why I adore this piece. With glitter too? Hell, I LOVE GLITTER!
the bright colors are astounding. the pale goddess, contrasting to the colorful abstract background defines what i believe as 'art.' i have seen some like this, hell, even treid to do something like this, but it never came out as beautifully executed as this art here. gorgeous.