BlingBling asked this question on the artcone forums: i started painting minutures, small metal figures, and i just wanted to get some advise, chat with others who paint
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NoName asked this question on the artcone forums: i know this effect is done in photoshop or something similar but does anyone know exactly how? or what you can do to make a picture look like this : http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=6c31qo0
Gilbert asked this question on the artcone forums: We had to take our baby girl to the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics for testing. On the floor where the pediatric department was, there was a really neat huge poster of a treehouse! We read the description next to it and it is from the book Jungle Gym Jitters written and illustrated by Chuck Richards. I want a poster like it for our son’s camping themed room! Anyone know where I can find it? It doesn’t have to be quite that big, but size doesn’t really matter, I love the print!
Lucky asked this question on the artcone forums: I see these advertised occasionally. Are they printed on a special type of paper?
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Power2Frogs asked this question on the artcone forums: it is very famous! i’ve seen it everywhere and im blanking out here! its a hand reaching out towards someones face i think…i think i remember it being italian….im not very sure though, if someone knows please help me out here!
spllogics asked this question on the artcone forums: Cape Town – The owner of an art gallery in Canal Walk shopping centre has offered a substantial reward for the return of a R30 000 heavy bronze sculpture, which has disappeared.
On Tuesday, Amanda Collins, owner of The Beauty of Africa art gallery, realised the metre-high sculpture, which has similarities with Lara Croft, had not been sold, but stolen.
“On Friday, the sculpture had still been in the shop. On Sunday, one of the staff realised the sculpture is no longer in its place, but she thought it had been sold.
“She left me a note, asking who had bought it, and only when we started investigating did we realise the sculpture had not been sold,” Collins said.
Collins is perplexed by the sculpture’s disappearance.
“The sculpture is so heavy it has to be carried by at least two people. The sculptor used a trolley to transport it. And the gallery isn’t big.”
According to Collins, sculptor Louis Chanu had been most upset when he learned of the sculpture’s disappearance.
She said: “It had been a long and expensive process to make the sculpture, called Hot Shot.”
She is now waiting for security personnel to download the circuit television’s material on video.
“The material will be viewed by police. We suspect it happened on Saturday, but we’ll look at the Friday, Saturday and Sunday’s video material.”