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  • Matte Four Heads Are Better Than One Analysis

    succeed as a digital artist, through “the art, the tools and technique” (Wright, 1). This can be applied to a varying range of visual narrative effects, one of them including matte painting. Matte painting, one of the longest standing forms of visual effects, is a traditionally 2D scene created to enhance or further extend a visual image or composite. The art form itself has been seen since the early 1800’s. Examples such as George Melies, “1898 film Un Homme de Têtes – Four Heads Are Better Than One” (Rocketstock). It has critical importance in western cinema, especially today. Through various categories of focus this paper will provide an all-encompassing understanding of the art form to enhance one’s…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Flat/Matte Wraps

    Flat/Matte Wraps Flat matte wraps are well-known to give your vehicle a unique look. Instead of doing a painting job on your vehicle, it makes your vehicle appear as if a paint job is done on it and it will stay for a very long time. When thinking on making a change on your vehicle, there’s no better way than a flat matte wraps. It will make your vehicle completely different color than what it is now, the matte wrap looks awesome and eye catchy. If you’re not into the full flat matte appearance…

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  • Analysis Of Fur Traders Descending The Missouri

    In the Metropolitan Museum of Art, two paintings are exhibited taking place in the 1800s. These artists have similarities and differences viewpoints of the environment in their painting and it helps people get a glance of what the 1800s were like. The first painting was by a man named George Caleb Bingham. Bingham was born March 20, 1811, Augusta County, Virginia to Mary Amend and Henry Vest Bingham and died July 7, 1879, in Kansas City, Missouri. Bingham was a self taught artist. He’s…

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  • Analysis Of Giovanni Antonio Canaletto's Paintings

    (Canaletto): Analysis on 2 of Canaletto’s paintings: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Grand_Canal_and_the_Church_of_the_Salute This painting is called “The Grand Canal at the Church of Salute.” I can see that this painting looks like it has been drawn with different sizes of brushes. The painting looks really realistic because Canaletto must have used a lot of different strokes to get the three dimensional look. The tone and shadow of the buildings are very precise, nothing…

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  • Analysis Of Punggol: From Kampung To Developmental Heartland

    Chen Yiqi GEM1902P Reflection Piece Punggol – From Kampung to Developmental Heartland On the walls of the void decks of towering blocks of HDB flats in Edgefield Plains, one would be surprised to find a series of murals filling the public space. Painted along the outer edges and corners of the HDB flats, being incorporated into dents on the walls and pillars, its cartoonish style is juxtaposed with the sleek and modern architecture of the buildings that house these murals. Figure 1: Mural…

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  • Process-Analysis Of Art

    Since people are surrounded by color they can easily tell when something doesn’t work, that is why the colors choices in a painting can bring it to life or destroy it. Picking colors can be difficult because there are so many to choose from, and I have had paintings turn out strange looking because I try to fit every single color the human eye can see in it. Adding all the colors also doesn’t help to convey what I what the mood of the painting to be. Cool colors (green, blue and purple) convey…

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  • Salvator Rosa Landscape With Travelers Analysis

    travelers, beggars, peasants, and even bandits in a rough, undomesticated landscape (Allen). One landscape in particular simply named ‘Landscape with Travelers’ painted in 1640 highlights his technique and general story-telling quite well. By using light and shadow he is able to create a message that seemingly need no true narrative as a source of explanation. Rosa used the medium of landscape art to encourage, while simultaneously highlighting, the dangers of travel and the exploration the…

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  • Anselm Kieefer Ash Flower Analysis

    Anselm Kiefer- Ash flower Anselm Kiefer is a German painter born in 1945 and belongs to a group of artists who although did not personally experience World War 2, were profoundly affected by its aftermath. In his early work, the themes in Kiefer’s paintings revolved around myth and history, incorporating the Nazi ruling over Germany as his main historical theme (Tate, 2014). Kiefer’s debut piece largely referenced this. In this performance piece he is dressed in his father’s war uniform, making…

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  • Minimalist Art Analysis

    Absurdity is key to this exhibition and bringing some humour or levity to minimalist art which otherwise is too often seen as confrontational, anti-humanist, emotionless and intellectually cold. Minimalism may hide its humour behind imposing machine-made structures or recontextualized ready made industrialized forms, but curator John Hampton attempts to show a lighter side of minimalism, he attempts to show us that it is inherently absurd that we take it so seriously. Upon entering the space,…

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  • Alex Hoyer's Cone With Balloon Analysis

    Take a Closer Look: An In-depth Analysis of Alexa Hoyer’s Cone with Balloon and Hose Circle First impression can be the base of any relationship, but the great thing about this concept is that it can always be altered. This type of situation can be paralleled to any piece of artwork. When the audience first encounters an artwork, they establish an interpretation of the meaning behind the art. Although, as they look deeper, their interpretation of the art begins to change so a relationship…

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