Coloured Pencil Speed Drawing – Tiger

Hey guys and welcome to my channel Im Amanda and we are here with another animal drawing I am doing this little series where I fill up this sketchbook full of animals and I have a lot to go through. So if you want to request my next animal then you can put a comment in the comment section below and suggest an animal. I do have penguins coming and something else. I can’t remember what the other one was

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Why Modern Art Is So Expensive | So Expensive

Modern art is expensive. From completely white canvases to simple, abstract colors, these seemingly basic works can cost you millions. So what makes their price so high, and how can they possibly be worth this much money? Modern art is a wide field, covering everything from around 1870 to 1970. But say “modern art” to someone on the street, and chances are they possibly picture something like this. At the turn of the century, art changed. From the birth of

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How to make peacock painting with watercolors|Tahreem Art

Hey beautiful people. Welcome to my channel From today all my videos will be upload in Urdu, so that it will be easy to understand and subtitle will be in English, so there will be no problem at all. So, as you can see I have drawn a peacock, it is one of my painting which I am drawing again only for you guys. The colors and material that I am using in this painting will be mentioned in description

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Making A Homemade Statue From Old Candies & Sweets / Food Sculpture #DIY #Hacks

Somebody gave me some time ago a pack of candies: I think they’re French. I forgot all about them and just have opened the pack a few days ago. And when I tried them… they are just plain rancid! And do not get me wrong, I can eat about anything, but this? It feels like tasting a mix of urinal cake and antifreeze, with a far touch of cola… I’m not sure if that is the product that they put

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Richard Serra: Equal | ARTIST STORIES

I’m a sculptor that’s interested in the invention of form. I’m not primarily interested in the invention of images. If you’re interested in the invention of form, you have to understand where it came from, how it developed, how people put things together. When I first went to the forge I asked if they could hammer the edge of the cube down to less than 10 millimetres. They’d never forged anything this large before with any kind of exactitude. I

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Gilbert & George: The Early Years | ARTIST STORIES

Being living sculpture is our lifeblood, our destiny, our romance, our disaster, our light and life. As day breaks over us, we rise into a vacuum and the cold morning light filters dustily through the window. We step into the responsibility suits of our art. Gilbert & George have a wide range of sculptures for you. -Singing sculpture. -Interview sculpture. -Dancing sculpture. -Meal sculpture. -Walking sculpture. -Nerve sculpture. -Café sculpture. -And philosophy sculpture. So do contact us. Name, address and

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wow! Doge dog meme 3D drawing

Marcello (M): Let’s go drawing the Doge (M) Let’s start drawing the contours in pencil. (M) Now I apply a base layer of watercolor Doge (D): wow (D) What r you doing (D) so wet (D) much watercolor (D) such color base (M) Now, let’s go applying the frisket for airbrushing (D) wow (D) masking film (D) much curiosity (D) such airbrushing (D) so cool (M) wearing headphones to listen music) I still hear those voices in my head… but

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Marie Louise Sorbac – Sculpture | Artistics

My name is Marie Louise Sorbac, I am a Franco-Argentinian born in Buenos Aires. I have been a sculptor for about ten years. I am a self-taught artist. I started in a workshop in Porte de Bagnolet, and then, I started modelling, touching the earth and putting, for the first time, my hands in the matter. I used to work in the sales department and company export management. I have travelled a lot, I have imbued with everything that I

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