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Wanted to focus on creating depth within a piece and it really expanded into this study of hue and saturation. Spend only about a hour on this bc its something I did before jetting off to work.
this was for that style-bending art challenge! basically, i asked my art friends what things were distinct for my style and i had to create a piece of art without any of them. they said blocky and painterly brush strokes, the colors red and blue and brown, and people. came up with this in the end- there are some bluish and brownish shades, but they're almost all just fun uses of greys, dark yellows, and the surrounding colors. the closest i got to brown was a khaki beige-ish color.
This is my second favourite drawing I have ever made
I flex with this one everywhere because this is the only landscape drawing that has ever looked good comming from me :,,,,,,,D
very pretty!! i like slight blur in the front show distance and how you did this with so few colors.....remind me of don't starve! is good.
[The taste of lemonade on your lips, homemade but poorly made, too much sugar and not enough lemon. The citrus is a ghost on your tongue and swallowing it down is harsh and gritty. But the ice is soothing against your skin when the heat is beating you down into the dust of the old road people tell you not to wander down.]
[id: photo of a snow-banked river, water glassy and still. The sun sets in the distance, casting its glow up on the horizon--yellow to pink to purple to indigo night. The camera is pointed down the distance of the river, and you can see it is lined with trees--tall ones, some with bare branches, some conifers covered in snow. The moon is visible, a sliver in the sky. The river reflects the world almost perfectly, just a bit darker. end id.]
warm up sketch 1
[id: a rough-color digital drawing of the sun over the ocean. Pink and orange clouds cover it partially, and there's a trail of light on the water. The sky is bright and blue, and there's the shapes of a landscape on the horizon, dimmed out by the distance. end id.]
Art I made for Trans Day of Visibility! Keep existing. Keep living.
Curt Walters - Spring’s Quiet Hour, ca. late 20th century
oh this is beautiful.............
[id: a painting done in saturated pastel colors depicting a landscape. The foreground is an open grassy meadow...beyond this a forest arises, trees with bowing branches like those of willows and pale leaves or flowers. A softly-brown chimney marks the place of a house largely obscured by the trees, though beyond the chimney, portions of the cherry-red roof are visible. Beyond the house trees begin to get taller and more varied in shape, notably including one which rises with a tall straight trunk above the rest, branches small and sticking straight out, holding up tufts of green leaves. The forest continues until it fades into the sheer cliff of a mountain, painted in muted purples and blues, that forms the background of the piece. end id.]
I like the soft-apocalypse aesthetic in which nature get back human places
[id: a picture done in thin pen lines and bleeding watercolor. It depicts a landscape of open plains, run through with a dirt path that comes into focus in the foreground, as if the viewer stands upon it. Three small foxes trot leisurely down the path in the viewer's direction, in front of a worn metal signpost, which holds up two signs with letters scratched and worn enough that they are no longer legible. On the path's other side there is another signpost, though this one has broken in the middle and only the bottom part remains standing. Vines curl around its broken pieces. The grass is tall and wild, and there are poppies poking up here and there. In the distance, past the sunlight on the hills, a thick forest stands waiting. All this, under a blue sky, clear except for a few wispy clouds. end id.]
Just playing with colors a bit.
ooh!!! this is really pretty, i do like the colors you used.
also the use of simple shapes&layeredness of the mountains/hills makes this look like something from a video game!
Moonrise with Pink, 2017 - David Vickery
[id: a detailed painting showing the dark silouhette of the landscape--a forest of coniferous trees--against the dusk sky. The moon rises, only its top half visible above the trees, glowing faintly orange where it touches the horizon. The sky is shades of dark, faded blues, purples, and reds. There are clouds overhead, reflecting the last of the sun's bleeding rays, but they are barely visible as night sets in. end id.]
Inktober Day 26: Dark
everything they tell you about the nightsky in the country is true
this one also gave me blisters! worse ones! but by god its gorgeous
[id: a landscape painting in a realistic style showing the still, dark water of a lake, dotted with pale green lilypads and algae. To the right, a grassy hill rises from the water, populated by tall trees with long crooked trunks and full leaves. Closer and to the left we see another landmass, this one smaller, covered in grass and wild round bushes with pale purplish-white flowers. A small wooden rowboat floats on the water, partially obscured by one of the bushes. The water extends to the horizon where there are vague sunlit shapes of trees and another shore. Though the waters are dark, they show vivid reflections of the trees and bushes and other happenings above them. end id.]