Monday, June 24, 2013


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Sunday, June 23, 2013

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Friday, June 21, 2013

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Thursday, June 13, 2013

Dancing Couple


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Wednesday, June 12, 2013

5 common traits of successful artist

Successful Artists:
  1. Art is the core of their lives. These artists wake up and go to sleep thinking about art. They carve out time in their day making art or marketing it. (In fact, for these artists, there seems to be no clear distinction between the creativity of making and marketing.) If they have a full-time job, it is secondary in their minds to art and mostly a means to and end. Their  real job  is being an artist.
  2. Successful artists understand how business works in the art world. Successful artists understand the entrepreneurial aspects of making a living as an artist. When they encounter something new or unusual on the business side, they investigate and learn to do it or delegate the task. They know the value of relationships and network in person and through social media.
  3. Successful artists have a strong work ethic. They  manage themselves, their creative energy and resources. They balance the time to produce art and to market it. Whatever rhythm of working they choose, they stick to it. Whether these artists enjoy the business tasks or not, they know they must be done  and they do them without complaint or resentment.
  4. Successful artists are resilient. They know that success does not happen overnight – it requires hard work. These artists understand that things don t always work out the way they expect. When they make mistakes, they focus on solutions, not on regrets. They  learn from experience and experiment to improve on any success they have.
  5. Successful artists spend time only with people who are 100% supportive of their art career. They limit their time and emotional involvement with people who are negative   especially about art as a career choice. If people close to them have the skills and inclination to be more directly involved in their art career, the artist can produce more and better. Successful artists do not allow unsupportive people to be an obstacle to their plans for success.


5 most famous artists in the world

Various epochs and different countries gave birth to their prominent and famous artists. Each of them left their mark in the history of world culture and art. We cannot name any of them more ingenious, or better known than the other. They all inspire many people today. But still there are some names that are immortal, that everyone should know.
Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) – was born in Italy, in the town of Vinci. “Almighty genius” – so people say about people like Leonardo. Painter, sculptor, scientist, architect, military engineer, inventor of machines – he left brilliant works in all areas of human life. He lived his life uneasily and he often wandered. In Florence, he created his first work of art. And in 1517 he settled in the castle of Clos, where he worked for the King of France, and where he died. His paintings are the greatest treasure of mankind. His masterpiece Mona Lisa is the first in our list of 5 famous paintings of the world.
Vitruvian Man by Leonardo da Vinci
Vitruvian Man by Leonardo da Vinci
Tiziano Vecellio (1477-1576) – one of the great masters of the Italian Renaissance. All his long life, Titian painted paintings glorifying the beauty of the man, his strength and greatness. It is said that one day, the Emperor Charles V raised the brush that was dropped by Titian. Doing so, he said, “Titian deserves to be attended by everyone, even the King!”.

Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) – Spanish painter and sculptor, he was constantly looking for new ways in art. He was the author of a special direction in art – cubism. In the paintings of Picasso, the appearance of people sometimes seems unusual. But after looking at a picture of the talented artist, we feel what impressions were experienced by the artist while he was painting his masterpieces. And we feel the spiritual nature of a man who is depicted in the picture. Picasso works are world famous. It refers to the Girl on the ball, where a young gymnast is portrayed with love and care. And Guernica, the canvas showing the horror of death of the pieceful town under the bombs. And a wonderful Dove of Peace.
Girl on the ball by Pablo Picasso
Girl on the ball by Pablo Picasso
Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) – Dutch painter. His deep religiosity, his sympathy for the outcast, his love for people and for God are embodied in his masterpieces.’Try to grasp the essence of what the great artists, the serious masters, say in their masterpieces’, – he wrote in July 1880, – ‘and you will again find God in them. One man has written or said it in a book, another in a painting.’ This psychological condition is manifested in the contrast of colors in his paintings, in intense brush strokes.
Irises by Van Gogh
Irises by Van Gogh
Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475-1564) – Italian painter, sculptor and architect. He created magnificent works of art sublimating humanity. Such, for example, are the magnificent frescoes decorating the arches and the altar wall of the Sistine Chapel - “The Creation”, “The Last Judgement”, and others. And when the enemy came to the hometown of Michelangelo, Florence, the artist without hesitation joined the ranks of the defenders, as a military engineer.

Knowledge of the great artists helps us navigate through the history of art and painting, to get familar with and understand the source of all art traditions, trends and genres. In addition, their lives and works inspire us to create our own works, boosts the desire to try oneself as an artist. Read on here 


M.F. Hussain, was born on 17th September 1915 in Pandharpur town of Maharashtra. He is one of the most famous artists of India, both at the national as well as the international level. So huge is the popularity of his paintings, that Maqbool Fida Hussein was once called as the 'Picasso of India' by the Forbes magazine. In the following lines, we have thrown some more light on the biography and life history of the great artist:

M.F. Hussain lost his mother when he was only one and a half years old. Some time later, his father remarried and moved to the Indore city, where Maqbool completed his schooling. He moved to Bombay (now Mumbai) in 1935 and took admission into Sir J. J. School of Art. MF Hussain started his painting career as a painter of cinema hoardings. It was only in the 1940s that his work started getting some recognition. In the year 1947, he joined the Progressive Artist's Group, which was founded by Francis Newton Souza.

Slowly and gradually, Hussain climbed the ladder of success to become one of the highest paid painters of India. Recently, a single canvas of MF Hussain fetched 2 million dollars at a Christie's auction. Some time back, Hussain started directing and producing movies also. His movies include Gaja Gamini (with Madhuri Dixit) and Meenaxi: A Tale of Three Cities (with Tabu). His film 'Through the Eyes of a Painter' was shown at the Berlin Film Festival and won a Golden Bear also. The autobiography of M.F. Hussain is being made into a movie, which has been tentatively titled as 'The Making of the Painter'.

The first solo exhibition of M.F. Hussein was held at Zurich in the year 1952. Over the next few years, his paintings were widely appreciated in Europe and USA. In 1966, the Government of India awarded him the prestigious Padma Shree. He has also been awarded the Padma Bhushan. The Government of India also appointed Maqbool Fida Hussein to a term in the Rajya Sabha, in recognition of his contribution to art.m

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what is art?
could tell you that art plays a large part in making our lives infinitely rich. Imagine, just for a minute, a world without art! (You may think "So what?" but please consider the impact that lack of graphics would have on your favorite video game.) Art stimulates different parts of our brains to make us laugh or incite us to riot, with a whole gamut of emotions in between. Art gives us a way to be creative and express ourselves. For some people, art is the entire reason they get out of bed in the morning. You could say "Art is something that makes us more thoughtful and well-rounded humans."
On the other hand, art is such a large part of our everyday lives that we may hardly even stop to think about it. Look at the desk or table where you are, right this minute. Someone designed that. It is art. Your shoes are art. Your coffee cup is art. All functional design, well done, is art. So, you could say "Art is something that is both functional and (hopefully) aesthetically pleasing to our eyes."
You might say "Art is in a constant state of change, so nobody can really pin down what it is." The constant change part is true, but the not pinning it down part is going to get you a bad grade. It may even raise a comment or two about your being some sort of wisenheimer. Don't go this route.
You might even say "Art is subjective, and means something different to every single person on earth." This, too, is the truth. I would caution against this approach, however, as it would require a stack of paper from here to the moon to cite all of your 6.8 billion references.
Now, everything just stated has elements of truth, but is largely based on opinion. My opinion is, frankly, useless in your paper-writing endeavor. Form your own opinions (that should be the reason you are receiving an education, after all), and be sure to sprinkle them in your answer ... which needs a factual basis, so here are the cold hard facts:
Art is form and content.
"Art is form and content" means: All art consists of these two things.
Form means:
  • The elements of art,
  • the principles of design and
  • the actual, physical materials that the artist has used. Form, in this context, is concrete and fairly easily described--no matter which piece of art is under scrutiny.
    Suppose you've written: "One half of all art is form. Here is how Goya's The Shootings of May Third, 1808 fits in." You would then go on to provide details about how Goya used color, value, space and line (elements of art). He used balance, contrast, emphasis and proportion (principles of design). He composed the aforementioned elements and principles on canvas, using brushes and oil paints (the physical materials).
    The example just given employed a work of Western art, and was written in English. It doesn't take much of a leap in imagination, though, to understand that the concepts behind "form" could be applied to any piece of art, created anywhere on earth, at any time, using any language. With that, we have successfully covered "form."
    Content, now, gets a little more tricky. Content is idea-based and means:
    • What the artist meant to portray,
    • what the artist actually did portray and
    • how we react, as individuals, to both the intended and actual messages.
    Additionally, content includes ways in which a work was influenced--by religion, or politics, or society in general, or even the artist's use of hallucinogenic substances--at the time it was created. All of these factors, together, make up the content side of art.
    Returning to the Goya example, you might comment on the fact that the shootings were an actual event. Napoleon had invaded Spain, at the time, and subjected it to six years of war and revolution (political and social influences). There had been a revolt by citizens of Madrid, and they were summarily executed (historical context). Goya, obviously, didn't think this was good and recorded the stark horror for all posterity. (He was successful at conveying that which he meant to convey.) We react to the painting in our different ways - usually with mixed feeling of revulsion, anger and sorrow.
    Again, we are discussing content using one picture as an example, but the same parameters apply to any piece of art.
    That's my best reply, then. The first four paragraphs are applicable - with infinite variations, up to, and including, "The way my girlfriend puts on her eyeshadow is art." Just be sure that your main argument includes "Art is form and content." You can certainly think of some great examples using works of art that you know and/or enjoy. Now. Go get cracking on that paper and, next time, don't wait until the last minute.
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Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Akshay Kumar from Pencil

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How to draw a dog

  1. Draw a circular shape and two floppy ears. Add also a vertical and horizontal line on the circular shape to serve as your guidelines. Make sure to use them as they will really help.
  1. down heart and a triangular shape with two cutout holes.
  2. Draw the dog's eyes. Remember to make the eyes as glossy as possible by drawing squiggly lines within his pupils.
  3. Draw small details such as the little circles on his nose and then lines for his eyelids and ears.
  4. Draw his paws with a series of four rounded triangular shapes on the left and to the right side of his face.
  5. Draw the details of his paws and arms.
  6. Outline your drawing. Use a black pen or marker to ink over your penciled sketch. After outlining your drawing, clean it up by erasing your penciled sketch and guidelines.
  7. Color him with colors such as gray, dark gray, black or brown.

Method Two: Line Drawing

  1. Make a small stick figure in the center of your drawing area. Add small legs but no arms.
  2. Create three dots on each side of the stick figure.
  3. Draw a circle around the stick figure. Make sure none of the stick's body parts or dots touch the circle.
  4. Create two half circles attached to the top of the main circle. These should be almost touching each other but not quite. They will be the eyes.
  5. Draw a semi-circle around the eyes. This will be the rest of the face.
  6. Add two small dots in the center of the eyes for pupils.
  7. Draw some ears. They can be floppy, pointy, however you want them!
  8. Don't forget the tongue, and the bow!

Edit Tips
  • There are some stories that can be used to remember how to draw the second dog's face:
    • There was a man (stick figure) had six children (three on each side). They would go to a park to play (circle). They had two rooms facing the park (eyes with the pupils). To travel from their home to the park they would walk a short distance (semi circle). There was a river on both sides (ears).
    • There was a man who had no arms (stick figure) and because he had no arms he cried and cried (dots around man). To cheer himself up he went to the fair and went on a Ferris wheel (circle), two haunted houses (eyes), and got two cotton candies (pupils). Then he went over a hill (top of head), went to a hot dog stand, and got two hot dogs (ears).
    • There once was a man (stick figure) who had bees chasing him (dots), so he jumped into a lake (circle). When he got out, he saw two caves (eyes and pupils) in the side of a hill (semi-circle) with two waterfalls coming off the side of the cave (ears).
    • There was a man with no arms (nose) who fell in a pond (muzzle). It started to rain (whiskers). He ran up a hill (top of head) and went to McDonald's (eyes) and he ordered two burgers (pupils) and fries (ears). Then he was happy (tongue).
    • There was once a man with no arms (nose) bees were chasing him (dots) so he hid in a cave (circle). He died, so he was buried at a graveyard (eyes). There were a holes in the gravestones (pupils) so all of the man's family were there (semi-circle), and they were crying (ears).
    • There was a man with no arms (Stick figure nose). He died, and was buried, (muzzle), then some flies came (dots). They gave the man 2 graves and colored in a rainbow on the bottoms of both (eyes w/ pupils). Then A BIG rainbow came (semi circle). And finally some cars came to visit the grave (ears).
    • There once was a man with no arms. He was really gross so he had flies all around him (dots). One day he went up a hill (muzzle) and he went up another (top of head). There were two pools at the top (eyes with pupils). There were also slides there. He slid down one side (ear) and the down another (other ear).
    • One time there was a man(stick figure) who was very clumsy so he cried a lot(dots). Once, he cried so much, he made a lake(circle)! So then his dog and cat died so he put up grave stones(eyes),but the words were all squished together(pupils). He went up a hill,(semi-circle) and went down slides!
    • There was a man (Nose and mouth), who had 6 children (dots). They all drowned (muzzle). The two oldest ones got a nice grave (eyes), while the younger 4 got 2 small graves to squeeze into (pupils). The father got a big grave watching over them all (Semi circle). At the funeral, many tears were shed (ears).
    • There was a man (Nose/Mouth) who had 6 children (dots) so he bought a pool (face), the pool sprung a leak (tongue) so they moved to the mountains higher and higher, (each eye) and even higher (face)when rocks fell (ears) they moved inside the caves (pupils)!

 Things You'll Need
  • Paper
  • Pencil
  • Eraser
  • Colored pencils
  • Ruler