In this tutorial we’ll make a fun and very simple stencil that we can use on a variety of surfaces which includes t-shirts, walls, and canvas bags. The possibilities only end with your imagination. Inspired by Alice in Wonderland, I’ll create a mouse in a tea cup design in Adobe Illustrator and prepare it ready to be used as a stencil.
Photorealistic paintings are impressive, but they’re also very valuable for artists for one special reason: by painting one, you learn what reality looks like, so that you can later paint unreal things—people, creatures, and places that don’t exist—as if they were real.
Do you remember those color-by-numbers pages you used to play with as a child? You were provided with the outlines, and your job was to fill them with colors as they showed, to create an artwork the author had planned for you. It was fun without any stress!
Just as art can take many forms, an artist’s website can serve many purposes. First and foremost, if you’re an artist, your online home should provide a showcase of your work. But there are other key functions that can enhance the user experience, while ensuring that your talents are also financially (and otherwise) rewarding.
In this final edition of our Art History series, we bring you the origin of modern art. Discover the artists behind today’s great design.
Do you remember how it felt to paint something as a child? It was a very messy activity, but it was such fun to get creative with all those colors! Well, at least until you started to expect something from your art, for example to picture an object realistically and to get your teacher’s approval. The process of painting then became less important than the end result.
Welcome back to Volume Three of our Diversity in Design series on ThemeKeeper Tuts+. Discover five talented artists with inspiring styles you’ll love.
In this next part of our Art History series, we turn to Surrealism, a 20th-century cultural movement where artists created moving alternate realities.