Wednesday, April 4, 2012
Rough drafts are on of the GREATEST life savers when it comes to making a project or piece of work that requires a lot. With writing, let's face it, your gonna have a LOT of drafts. Same with artwork. Making a drawing, painting, or digital picture always always ALWAYS requires a begginers sketch. Trial and error can help you fix your mistakes to make a picture look appealing to the audience (of course, your style is your choice.) Tackleing a large project head on is not the best way to go, as your work could end up sloppy. You must take the time to perfect on any mistakes you may have made in your work. You've seen this kind of work style everywhere. Presentations, music, movies, videogames... they all take time. A picture takes time as well. Remember, great artists of the past took days, even weeks to finish those paintings, and look at them now. They are displayed on the finest shelves money can buy, in a museum or gallery. Your style is your choice, but, remember the draft, you'll be thankful for it when your next project come 'round the bend.
Posted by Team Spirit at 7:05 AM
Monday, March 19, 2012
The way we view art is just drawings on paper. That is art, but in the basis of human perspective, a doodle on a paper could be someone’s whole life story, or just a snippit of their life. It could be their current or past emotions, or representations of certain issues/matters at hand, currently or presently. But, to most people, it’s viewed as scraps and doodles with no particular meaning. Art requires imagination, which is it’s initial fuel. You need to look deep within a piece of art, to know many things that the picture can hold. Art opens up ideas, creates new worlds, and stylizes your life, and potentially, helps to styalize other people’s lives as well. Given the oppourtunity, if you looked at a piece of paper with random drawings of off topic things. Would your first guess be “This is really weird.” Or anything along those lines? Look deeper into the picture, not physically, but mentally. What do you think? Piece the evidence together, you’ll find out eventually.
Posted by Team Spirit at 7:33 AM
I just want to say that i appreciate all forms of artwork, digital or real life. Art is a way to express self feeling, and open mindedness. the short version is, art is a lot more than just marks on paper. Art is many things, and some things we can't explain. And that is the sortened truth. :)
Posted by Team Spirit at 7:09 AM
Friday, March 16, 2012
Friday, February 17, 2012
Hello, welcome to my blog. This is one of a couple other blogs I have or are going to make. My name is Noah. I’m really good at all sorts of technology, and like video games. I am a fan of the MSPA (MS Paint Adventures) stories (mainly Homestuck) made by Andrew Hussie. I enjoy drawing on paper, and digitaly using Corel Paint Essentials 4 and I use a Wacom Bamboo tablet. I have a DeviantArt page, a Youtube page, and a Tumblr. I try to find the most time in my day to do something creative and draw, or write. I do like to write, and am currently working on a Homestuck FanFiction, which I will provide the link for when It’s done. When I’m bored, I usually decide to make a video, or go outside, or play my drums. Enjoy, leave a comment If you like.
Posted by Team Spirit at 7:01 AM