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One Stroke Technique in Painting Tattoos

So once again I found inspiration on Youtube. This time I stumbled across a video of artist Tatyana Kudryavtseva, doing some amazing free hand artwork in the street. 460 more words


i think you need to shave your leg

although, it may be one of your best features


whitefeatherfloating reblogged this on Patsy's Creative Corner and commented:

Amy's photography is amazing! I especially love these flowers along with her bit of humor! Have a wonderful day, and give someone you love a big hug! :)


Original artwork by Elaine Marshall.

The initial reaction to the blue skin of the female dancer indicates that she is cold and distant which is in contrast with the red background, that symbolises passion, and the warm blooded male dancer. 44 more words


Same Cat Different Approaches...

This version is more my style with a mix of semi-realism. It is mixed media Faber-Castell Art Pens/Colored Sharpie/Acrylics/Crayola Crayon & Pram Drawing Pencils.

The first version was much looser Mixed Media of just Faber-Castell Art Pens/Colored Sharpies. 83 more words


Recent But Not Related?

Here are a couple of recent acrylic paintings I’ve done. They are the same size – I like this 18″ x 18″ square shape.

The first one, with the woman and the tree, is purely from my imagination, and I’m not sure from what drawer I pulled it out. 122 more words


Life drawing 4: 220515. David the action model.

David really makes every pose something special.
It’s a pleasure to try and live up to his standards.

This pose took a lot of marks before it started to coalesse. 51 more words


Ann Stringer-Paget at b Gallery



Ann is a professional artist, living and working from her studio based in Staffordshire.

Initially trained as a Design Engineer working within the Motor sports Industry, she would paint in her spare time, exhibiting collectively and alone. 272 more words