Beta Yourself: iPad Art
ArtRage (£3.99) will give your artwork the appearance of a real painting, whereas Autodesk SketchBook Pro (£2.99) will have a more digital quality. ○ Explore … This will help improve your technique and prepare you for creating more complicated artwork.
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Technique measures pressure on captive elephant's feet so zookeepers can
'The elephants were trained to walk over the pressure platforms and the individual footsteps were processed using a state-of-the-art neuroimaging technique called statistical parametric mapping, which, in simple words, gives us a high-resolution image …
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Longtime Ridgewood resident exhibits at West Side's gallery
But even when working and traveling abroad, he always found time to visit museums and explore art. He started painting seriously with a watercolor workshop in the Ridgewood Community School and went on to study at the Ridgewood Art Institute with Joel …
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East Valley Things to Do, March 26-April 1, 2015
The event is set to include egg decorating, timed egg hunts for children ages 3-12, face painting, a petting zoo and a trackless train. Teen Leaders of the … A free art lecture for adults by Norie Sato is planned for 6:30 p.m. April 1 at the Historic …
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This art piece is by SACHIKO KODAMA and currenly on display at the Samuel Freeman Gallery at the Bergamot Station, in Santa Monica, CA. THIS VIDEO IS NOT TIME LAPSE. IT IS ALL FILMED AND.
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LIC Residents Not Pleased With City-Sponsored Plan For Big Pink Sculpture
Money comes from the Percent for Art initiative overseen by the city's Department of Cultural Affairs. Commissioner Tom Finkelpearl said the sculpture proposal was presented to Queens Community Board 2 last year, and review process is still in progress.
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Pounding out art: Garry Pound and son install ArtBeat sculpture
Mike Haskey [email protected] Garry Pound,center, and his son Murphey,right, talk with Michael Green Tuesday morning about the installation of the "Architectural Quilt: Bits and Pieces of Columbus" sculpture Tuesday morning. The sculpture is …
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