A Brush With Weirdness – Hair Wars
“Hair Wars” is an annual event on tour that is unlike anything you’ve ever seen before – if your hair isn’t standing on end in excitement, it surely will be by the show! Started in 1991 by David Humphries, this competition of hairstyles is a showcase for stylists and their salons to bring their outrageous coif creations to life. Here, the stylists are truly accomplished artists using hair as a medium to create unusual, elaborate and sure-to-be-talked about masterpieces.Cinema 4D 12.0 – New Dynamics – Creating A Ball and Hammer Part Two
A great way to introduce yourself to the new dynamics in Cinema 4D 12.0 is constructing simple objects that impact one another. Here we conclude our creation of a croquet style hammer and ball.
This article was written as a resource for Asian art enthusiasts around the world. We will be focusing on Oriental porcelain from ancient times, during the Han Dynasty, as well as the Ming Dynasty. After reading this article, the reader should have a better understanding of the background of Oriental porcelain.Santa – The Missing Picture
One of most celebrated, loved and cherished characters of western culture also seems to be one of the least painted. Though he is cherished by children around the world, and relied on by parents to make these same children behave, his broad appeal has not spread to the world of art.Buying Original Art and Prints Online Opens Up Many Options and Turns Entire Planet Into a Gallery
Collectors often have a hard time trying to figure out what to buy, what not to buy in terms of original art and signed limited edition prints. This article will give you some general guidelines as a starting point. Probably the most important guideline is to use your good common sense. Follow your instincts in terms of what you like. If you like it, chances are someone else will like it should you decide to sell it later. Although the art world can be fickle, there are also some historically sound judgment calls which will serve you well when buying work that you not only will enjoy while you own it, but also that will become a sound investment over time. Collecting original works of art can be infinitely enjoyable. You are becoming the proud owner of something created entirely by hand, and that is a special responsibility. You will find that after a short amount of time, you will develop a skilled eye in terms of your acquisitions. So enjoy!