***DAT's Art Cave***

Discussion in 'Inspired Art' started by Dr.Amber Trichome, Aug 4, 2016.

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    Dr.Amber Trichome

    Dr.Amber Trichome Well-Known Member

    Thanks Robot.
    I started a large card drawing based off Basil's stuff. Kinda Valentine inspired but I might open it up and fill in all 4 sides with different pictures and make it a family card , with each panel To a different person.
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    robot.logik

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    Looks good, dude. thumbsup-587e81965f9b584db32e04ee.png May I ask what book you're referencing? I've only really seen his stuff that was published in MAD.
     
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    robot.logik

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    Nice, I looked it up. Didn't realize your "Fuck man, I just did a massive bong rip" drawing was inspired by him. :-P Great stuff, thank you!
     
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    Dr.Amber Trichome

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    Basil is my god. He is what i wish i were but cant be. He tears my soul apart. i aspire to be him but can never be. I try to do the same crosshatching but its unbearabley painful to do. I think it might have something to do with my vision. I cant see detail as well anymore. I am not sure making art is even enjoyable for me anymore at this point to be honest.
     
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    robot.logik

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    DAT, don't worry about details, always use art to express yourself, that's what I like about your stuff the most, a person can tell you're having fun with it, and it only has to look right to you. Also, it gets easier when you're in a better mood. You told me this at some point and I wish I had listened, I kept trying to make art that other people might like. I think there's a difference between people who make art for money and hobbyists like us. That said, if you feel like its time for a break, that's fine too. I'm taking a break from art myself right now, watching a lot of movies I missed over the last couple of years. :)
    Also listening to a lot of South Bronx hip-hop :peace: :

     
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    Dr.Amber Trichome

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    my first painting on my new Verizon Samsung Galaxy Tablet 12 inch screen. I dig this Painting app.that came installed on the system. Its super simple and eZ to use. It has all the tools necessary to make me happy. I can spray paint, pencil, marker, crayon, calligraphy, pixel, watercolor, oil paint and easily move the thickness of all the tools and the opacity with such ease its a delight. I'm no computer geek, no graphic designer, just a simple visual artist wanting to make a painting with a few options with texture , color and thickness in application with some different drawing/painting applications and this program totally nails it !
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    BarnBuster

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    very Kandinskyesque ;)
     
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    Dr.Amber Trichome

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    oh my god I love Kandinsky. He sounds like he is from Poland, doesn't he? My father was from Poland.
    I wonder if I am related to him.
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    Dr.Amber Trichome

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    One more from the paint 3D
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    Dr.Amber Trichome

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    addicted to this program but have to stop now because my shoulder is killing me.working on these..... 8-)
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    robot.logik

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    Awww, DAT, don't hurt yourself. Congrats on the new tablet. There's a good art app called AutoDesk Sketchbook - excellent for drawing all kinds of stuff ;)
     
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    Dr.Amber Trichome

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    thanks ROBot.I downloaded the AD Sketchbook and took a peek . Not to shabby, but no likey the color wheel.
    Working on some more abstracts and am working on some color combinations in the Bugs Bunny in my avi for a tattoo for myself to get on my birthday!!!!!!!
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    Dr.Amber Trichome

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    NYC was so dope. Saw some mind blowing Picasso’s and the buildings and architecture was mesmerizing. I Wish I never came back home to Oregon because I love it there and it’s so inspiring. Being an artist today with technology to make it and still wanting to bust out all my pencils and markers ...it’s fucking crazy after my trip.It was so refreshing to visit the real art in the MOMA AND MET. So magical.
     
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    Dr.Amber Trichome

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    new project in the works.
    One on paper and one Digital.
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    Can u tell which is on paper and which one is digital? It’s pretty fun working on them at the same time. I mostly try to copy what’s on the paper and try to make the digital look as close to it as possible .
     
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    The techno one has a crayon tool. I bought some real crayons for the real paper one and after using them for a little i realized that did not like the waxy residue that the crayons leave because I can’t go back into that waxy surface with other pencils and markers to mix. I don’t know right now. U know that’s why I never really liked crayons, I just haven’t used them for a while and wanted to see if I liked them again , but I don’t.i mean I don’t like them in real but I love them in techno. It’s sooo weird.
     
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    ttystikk

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    Every medium has its points and drawbacks.

    Often, constraints lead to creativity.

    Just as often, to a nasty mess!

    Lol

    The struggle is sometimes the point.
     
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    Dr.Amber Trichome

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    Yes. That is so true. Wouldn’t it be great if we could see our own organs , like we had clear skin . Or maybe have a X-ray , CT scan or MRI portfolio of our organs. I did a really great meditation focusing on the gut , mind and heart and making wise decisions. As they say in Tibetian culture, if u take care of the mintutes, the years will take care of themselves. So I remembered a drawing I did once, of my gut , heart and kidneys and looked for it in my portfolio but it’s not there anymore. I must have thrown it out but I think it’s in this thread.
    Yeah I found it , but I didn’t really draw any gut .. mostly focused on the lungs.

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    Dr.Amber Trichome

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    working on a restaurant or food truck menu
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