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    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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    George Stubbs “White Poodle in a Punt”, was one of his creative paintings of animals. During his lifetime, George Stubbs was famous for his paintings of domestic and exotic animals, and have produced the most anatomically precise images of horses. The dog is the point of interest in the painting. The use of dark colors makes the fur stand out and the use of lines used to make the fur look as it was moving in the wind, which adds to the value of the entire painting. Also in the painting, it shows…

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    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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    playing a piano. The name of his painting is The Sound of Tiny Fingers. In the middle of the painting sits a little girl. She looks to me no more than five years old. She has blonde, curly hair that shimmers in the light. Her eyes are looking down at her little hands as she pays. The light seems to surround the fly aways from her curls. The artwork was done in watercolor meaning that the fine details are not easily pointed out. The artist however did a good job of keeping his colors from…

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    Bridget Riley Cataract 3

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    Cataract 3 Bridget Riley’s painting Cataract 3 plays with the viewers vision. Cataract 3 is a 88.5 x 87.5 inches which is approximately the size of a double glass sliding door. Riley was widely know for painting in black and white until 1967, the year Cataract 3 was created. This piece is considered Op Art because it creates an optical sensation of movement through the manipulation and reposition of lines. Riley uses both horizontal and diagonal curved lines with different scales. The…

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    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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    (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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    was born in 1969. While he went through formal schooling and training as an accountant, he began his full-time career as an artist in 2000 at thirty-one years old. By using oil, wax, and stained canvases, he focuses mainly in abstract paintings in solo and group exhibits that show emphasis on color and shape. Within these subcategories, Kolbusz deems his work as “expressionistic” and works to show contrast within hue and the movement within shape to evoke emotion and reactions from viewers.…

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    European painting styles. Miguel Cabrera had this upbringing in the art world. In this paper, I am going to examine the composition of his painting Don Manuel Jose Rubio y Salinas, Archbishop of Mexico (Fig. 1), along with providing information about the subject. I am also going to address how Cabrera showcased a European style through his use of shading, and how his technique of displaying perspective differs from European Baroque equivalents. The main figure in this painting is seated in an…

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    The Interior of the Palm House on the Pfaueninsel near Potsdam (The Art Institute of Chicago, 1996.388) is an oil painting on canvas produced in 1834 by the German painter, Carl Blechen. The piece is 52 ½ by 50 inches, depicting a scene of lush greenery and four women who have the appearance of stepping from the pages of a fantasy novel, all united within the pastel confines of ornate greenhouse walls. Despite its mystic and dream-like properties, Blechen 's Interior of the Palm House is…

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