I'm a professional artist, I have been for most of my twenties, and people more often than not expect me to do high quality work for free. And I know this is a common occurrence for artists of all ages and skill levels. What seems to be that separation between worth and cost is if people have heard or read...
Apparently unless its an objective fact one subjective opinion is no better than another because they are just subjective
Would it increase or decrease your depth of field?
The image on your properly calibrated screen appears too bright.
How would you take a darker exposure without changing the depth-of-field, and without potentially adding noise to the image?
WiIl the scene be brighter or darker after you make that (only one) adjustment? How do you compensate with a second adjustment if your depth of field must remain the same?
Vincent Willem van Gogh was a Dutch Post-Impressionist painter who is among the most famous and influential figures in the history of Western art
Uhm no not really unless your going out and impersonating black person.like out in the hood and yo wut up N****
I ve been drawing for about ten years now and I m pretty advanced at it, but theres this thing that happens every couple of months where I can t draw for **** for a few days. I d really like to know if anyone has ever experienced this, or at least heard tell of such a thing, thanks
If you mean copyright as in protect from stealing, then you have the Copyright Office. For scripts, you also have the WGA.
HOWEVER, bear in mind that that wouldn't cover your ***. The truth is, there's nothing out there that can prevent someone from stealing your ideas, your material, or parts of your...
I do not like Jeff Koons, I understand that a lot of what he does is a commentary on kitsch and pop art but truly it doesn't really speak to me.
Frank Stella, on the other hand, I think is quite good. Ryan McGinley, Chapelle and Lagrange are good photographers and Anish Kapoor is, in my opinion, an excellent...
I painting over dirty walls without cleaning the dirt off first. Now that the paint is dry, there is dark spots on the wall where I painted over the wall. Is there anyway I can remove these dark spots?