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:: 43-050 [Collab]The xSTP ::

Collab chibi art with [PeachyProtist] on dA! We got this pose idea from an MBTI meme somewhere, not sure anymore because it was left untouched for so long before it was finished. x'D




The one with arms spread is their OC, Sven (an ESTP) and the one holding the bike is my OC, Vic (an ISTP) doing daredevil stunts, hahaha~ Probably just done chugging down Monster energy drink.

I only did a little bit, just Vic and the bike. u_u Peachy the Pro did the rest.
I used Krita, they used MediBang.

Originally from my Eclipse post [here].

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#art #mywork #illustration #deviantart #chibi #originalcharacter #mbti #istp #estp
Illustration and character(s) by Early Onion and Peachy Protist.
★ If sharing/reposting, please credit me and link back to my dA page/post. Please do not use, edit, copy, trace, plagiarise, steal, and/or commercialise my work and/or characters in any way without my permission. Thank you.
 
:: 43-050 [Collab]The xSTP ::

Collab chibi art with [PeachyProtist] on dA! We got this pose idea from an MBTI meme somewhere, not sure anymore because it was left untouched for so long before it was finished. x'D




The one with arms spread is their OC, Sven (an ESTP) and the one holding the bike is my OC, Vic (an ISTP) doing daredevil stunts, hahaha~ Probably just done chugging down Monster energy drink.

I only did a little bit, just Vic and the bike. u_u Peachy the Pro did the rest.
I used Krita, they used MediBang.

Originally from my Eclipse post [here].

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#art #mywork #illustration #deviantart #chibi #originalcharacter #mbti #istp #estp
Illustration and character(s) by Early Onion and Peachy Protist.
★ If sharing/reposting, please credit me and link back to my dA page/post. Please do not use, edit, copy, trace, plagiarise, steal, and/or commercialise my work and/or characters in any way without my permission. Thank you.
 
:: 43-048 [RO]Love Your Pets ::
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Ragnarök Online/RO fan art of my character, Thomas Benedicta the newbie Archbishop and his pet Whisper, Whispersio. He really loves Whispersio.

You must always love your pets! You took them in, so you must care for them, feed them, and love them. Some people use automatic feeding for their pets. I say nay! Feed them with your own hands, with love -- even if your pet is just for show.

Originally from my Eclipse post [here].

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#ragnarokonline #art #mywork #illustration #deviantart #chibi #anime
Illustration by Early Onion (that's me). RO concepts and characters by Lee Myoung-Jin.
★ If sharing/reposting, please credit me and link back to my dA page/post. Please do not use, edit, copy, trace, plagiarise, steal, and/or commercialise my work in any way without my permission. Thank you.
 
:: 43-048 [RO]Love Your Pets ::
Bild/Foto

Ragnarök Online/RO fan art of my character, Thomas Benedicta the newbie Archbishop and his pet Whisper, Whispersio. He really loves Whispersio.

You must always love your pets! You took them in, so you must care for them, feed them, and love them. Some people use automatic feeding for their pets. I say nay! Feed them with your own hands, with love -- even if your pet is just for show.

Originally from my Eclipse post [here].

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#ragnarokonline #art #mywork #illustration #deviantart #chibi #anime
Illustration by Early Onion (that's me). RO concepts and characters by Lee Myoung-Jin.
★ If sharing/reposting, please credit me and link back to my dA page/post. Please do not use, edit, copy, trace, plagiarise, steal, and/or commercialise my work in any way without my permission. Thank you.
 
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illustration by Jackie Morris - cover for Dreaming My Animal Selves by Hélène Cardona
poem by Hélène Cardona

#art #illustration #JackieMorris #books #poem #HélèneCardona #dream #swan #horse #wolf #fox #owl #nature
Des songes d’eau

Je trace les motifs des songes
au travers d’êtres déguisés
libérés en particules évanouies
révélant des éclats de moi-même.
Dans l’espoir de guérir mes naufrages,
je pourchasse un sommeil en cavale,
ultime refuge où ancrer mon vaisseau.
Dreams Like Water

I trace patterns in dreams
through beings disguised
undone like particles broken apart
revealing pieces of me.
I pursue elusive sleep
in the hope to heal mishaps
the last chance to anchor my boat.
 
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Washerwomen at Pont-Aven
Paul Gauguin
1886
Oil on canvas

#art #french #painting
 
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Washerwomen at Pont-Aven
Paul Gauguin
1886
Oil on canvas

#art #french #painting
 

HNF Paderborn auf Twitter: "Sieht es nicht klasse aus? Das Ericofon von Ericsson begeisterte 1956 Designfans. Die Wählscheibe ist im Fuß, eine Telefongabel nicht mehr nötig. #ThrowbackThursdays https://t.co/iBYaDRjX6f" / Twitter


#retro #art #design

https://twitter.com/hnfpb/status/1273594683730661377
 
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From series of hand-cranked automatons: octopus
by Federico Tobon

#gif #art #FedericoTobon #automaton #octopus
30 Hand-Cranked Machines Comprise Amusing Series of Miniatures by Artist Federico Tobon
 
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From series of hand-cranked automatons: octopus
by Federico Tobon

#gif #art #FedericoTobon #automaton #octopus
30 Hand-Cranked Machines Comprise Amusing Series of Miniatures by Artist Federico Tobon
 
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Terrarium life 4 - Books and stars
by yuumei

#art #digitalart #yuumei #books #reading #cozy #jar #moon #stars
 
Morally Bankrupt


#art by Dave #Lebow
 
Morally Bankrupt


#art by Dave #Lebow
 
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‘Pandora’ - Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1871) ‘Plain Flour’ - Isabella Beatrix (2020)
#photography #art
 
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‘Pandora’ - Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1871) ‘Plain Flour’ - Isabella Beatrix (2020)
#photography #art
 
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Kazuaki Horitomo Kitamura (b.Mie, Japan): tattoo artist inspired by 19th century Japanese painters, who combines his love of art, the yōkai demons and Yakuza tattoo-style with his love of cats, since the day his wife brought home a stray cat and he fell in love with her (the female kitty, not his wife!).

from https://www.facebook.com/Signorformica/photos/a.427036284159364/1494114247451557/?type=3&theater
#cat #art
#cat #art
 
GREAT ART IS MADE BY GREAT PEOPLE - Excerpted from TRULY ASKEW

As a young person I was impressed by virtuoso artists, individuals with Faustian technique. I imagined how it felt to take the stage, whether literal or metaphorical, and simply blow the audience away – dazzle them with something they had never seen, heard, experienced before. I felt then that it was the duty of art to smash through barriers and open-up new worlds. Only technical mastery, I believed, made this possible.

Much, much later I discovered that this mythology was just so much badoogie, a young man’s obsession with ego, self-aggrandizement, and hostility – because that desire to blow the audience away was closely related to “killing” and “destroying” as stand-up comedians use these terms - it was all about demonstrating superiority, establishing dominance. More war than art.

I came to understand that technique is merely a starting point – of course one must master the technical aspects of one’s trade – but more technique won’t compensate for deficits in other key areas. Indeed, many mediocre artists hide behind technique, lots of glitz and razzle-dazzle, but very little content. In short, the missing ingredient is them. They do magic tricks for the audience, they don’t share what’s real.

Over-emphasis on technique is what magicians call “léger de main” – the artist distracts you from the lack of substance by drawing your eye to something “bright and sparkly” – and you leave the theatre impressed and satisfied. But this is to art as cotton candy is to food. The true role of technique, and the reason why it must be practiced until it is second nature, is to reveal, not call attention to itself. The best writing is transparent, one sees through it to the meaning residing inside.

Many artists achieve technical mastery, but few are brave enough to use it as a tool for self-revelation, openly sharing their personal truth in a way that allows audiences to feel it and benefit from it. For these special, wonderful people, the audience matters more than the performer and technique is simply a tool for doing important work. I do not for a moment want to deny the sheer beauty of a fugue executed exquisitely, a painting that captures light the way a child captures fireflies in a jar, or a poem crafted with such love that the words chime like bells – these achievements have value in their own right.

But technique itself is never the point. The works of art that last, the ones that lift us off our feet, are the ones where craft was used to create a portal through which we gazed another world and having done so were inexorably enriched.

#memoir #mywriting #art #craft
 
GREAT ART IS MADE BY GREAT PEOPLE - Excerpted from TRULY ASKEW

As a young person I was impressed by virtuoso artists, individuals with Faustian technique. I imagined how it felt to take the stage, whether literal or metaphorical, and simply blow the audience away – dazzle them with something they had never seen, heard, experienced before. I felt then that it was the duty of art to smash through barriers and open-up new worlds. Only technical mastery, I believed, made this possible.

Much, much later I discovered that this mythology was just so much badoogie, a young man’s obsession with ego, self-aggrandizement, and hostility – because that desire to blow the audience away was closely related to “killing” and “destroying” as stand-up comedians use these terms - it was all about demonstrating superiority, establishing dominance. More war than art.

I came to understand that technique is merely a starting point – of course one must master the technical aspects of one’s trade – but more technique won’t compensate for deficits in other key areas. Indeed, many mediocre artists hide behind technique, lots of glitz and razzle-dazzle, but very little content. In short, the missing ingredient is them. They do magic tricks for the audience, they don’t share what’s real.

Over-emphasis on technique is what magicians call “léger de main” – the artist distracts you from the lack of substance by drawing your eye to something “bright and sparkly” – and you leave the theatre impressed and satisfied. But this is to art as cotton candy is to food. The true role of technique, and the reason why it must be practiced until it is second nature, is to reveal, not call attention to itself. The best writing is transparent, one sees through it to the meaning residing inside.

Many artists achieve technical mastery, but few are brave enough to use it as a tool for self-revelation, openly sharing their personal truth in a way that allows audiences to feel it and benefit from it. For these special, wonderful people, the audience matters more than the performer and technique is simply a tool for doing important work. I do not for a moment want to deny the sheer beauty of a fugue executed exquisitely, a painting that captures light the way a child captures fireflies in a jar, or a poem crafted with such love that the words chime like bells – these achievements have value in their own right.

But technique itself is never the point. The works of art that last, the ones that lift us off our feet, are the ones where craft was used to create a portal through which we gazed another world and having done so were inexorably enriched.

#memoir #mywriting #art #craft
 
Quarantine Dreams


#art by #ClockworkArt
 
Quarantine Dreams


#art by #ClockworkArt
 

National Park Service auf Twitter: "Whether seeking wide-open spaces or exploring a historic urban neighborhood, remember to #RecreateResponsibly! https://t.co/QUSv9RGRFn https://t.co/LZ14RCHSKG" / Twitter


This is cool! Love it!
#art

https://twitter.com/NatlParkService/status/1264398338968911873
 
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