First of all, thank you for the thread @NICK9X9, simply amazing! I have to congratulate all of you guys for the good work that you made as well. Undoubtedly the third one. Yea, I love nature pictures
Interesting style, I especially like this Batman portrait.
Wow you guys are super talented
Here are some drawings from me
I also take a lot of photos but I’m unable to decide on which to post xD I already posted some in The World Through Your eyes discussion though
This one is cool, I like it.
I’ve done something similar ages ago, but almost monochrome. It’s hidden somewhere inside my archive… good luck finding it, but I’ll try
Thanks a lot I personally think this is the worst drawing on my page but, oh well xD
If you can find your drawing, I’m realy interested in seeing it ^^
what amounts to finger painting. One wound up being my Twitch banner
This photograph using some various gaming stuff…
Became a wallpaper for Twitch and a Facebook group.
The Dice usually wind up getting cut off but it still works.
I’ve always worked in cognitive-heavy fields, so my off-hours are spent with lots of physical or hands-on activities. Two of those are cooking and baking, love both. Last night I made a (loosely-based) Santa Rosa salad and while scooping out the avocado I noticed my cuts made the skins look like beetle shells, the outer chitin part that protects the fragile wings!
So I now call this dish Mohawk Beetle salad because this is how my brain works:
That’s a professional looking dish, really well made.
If you want, here’s some easy tricks about lighting in food photography.
This technique is best used during the morning hours, as it take advantage of natural sunlight.
Tape a tissue paper sheet to a well lit window. This will be your softbox.
Then, place your dish in front of the window. Position your camera having the light coming from the right side.
Now you’ll need to fill some of the shadows. You can use the lids from those disposable aluminium trays. This will be your reflective panel (some may call it frost).
To the left of your dish, out of frame, place as many lids as needed, with the aluminium side facing your dish, reflecting the sunlight.
Optional: by using a tripod and long exposures, you can move the lids to paint light on your dishes.
Be creative, have fun!
Such Creative Chronies…I love it.
Last day for this…
I’m a bit of an artist myself, if I do say so myself. I specialise in merger and acquisitions and of course improvement of online media. Let me share with you all a few of my most recent works that I’m greatly proud of.
I call this one “Cloud storage processing and compression”
I think this one speaks deeply to everyone and needs no further explanations.
This is one of my favourites, it’s just easy and profitable. Who needs feet anyway, they’re gross. Get that shit out of MY art.
*If any of you desire that I remove these bastardisations of your wonderful works then just let me know and I’ll do so asap.
Thanks, @Fraggles. You reminded me of something we used to do in a graphics forum I was once a member.(I was terrible…I just played and made ugly stuff.). Thread to follow when I get some time…LOL
I know right, who needs feet? Worst of all, they’re super hard to draw!
This is something I am really sorry to hear.
I cried a little.
Second museum on fire in two years. Last time it was a really big one in my city, São Paulo.
Plus my favorite museum was shut down for “maintenance” and hasn’t opened in what… 5 years? No ETA, and the paintings are starting to get moldy and stuff… Originals.
The list goes on…