He Doesn'tHeMore Like This
Only your body.
To what matters
Only to what has value to him.
Your marvelous self
One more Doctor sketch to go!And we're almost at midnight on the clock. All of the Doctor sketches (and two variants: young War Doctor and Time War Eight) have each Doctor's designated "Time" in the corner of the picture, and I decided halfway through to sign my name around the rim of the clock, to keep my signature consistent-- also, because like an idiot, I kept forgetting to sign my sketchbook drawings. Who signs their sketchbook drawings? They're... sketchbook drawings. I would finish a sketch and get all excited and plop it down on the scanner to show everyone: "Lookee! I made a THING!" But my friends all agreed it might be a good idea to sign them so everyone would know who the guilty party was...More Like This
As I said earlier, I want to do the finished versions in gray gouache and ink, with limited color. (Like my first Twelve attempt.) Now I'm at Twelve again, with his new outfit.
Oh, and I wanted to add this!!!!!!!!!!! Peter Capaldi is by far one of the kindest and sweetest
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Hieronymus Bosch was a Flemish painter who was born in 1450 and buried on August 9, 1516. His birth name was Jeroen Anthoniszoon van Aken, but he changed his last name to Bosch after the last syllable of this birthplace, ‘s Hertogenbosch. He came from a family of artists; his father, uncle, and grandfather were all painters. However, Hieronymus Bosch was much more than a mere Renaissance artist with an interesting background – he was a master of using a brush to spread paint across a canvas.
Over his lifetime, Bosch, who had many imitators, created only 25 to 30 paintings definitively, and signed merely seven of these. His patrons are unknown. However, King Philip II of Spain collected some of his best work, such as “The Garden of Earthly Delights.” This painting (above; second image is the inside) has many facet
Art History:Greek and Hellenistic Art"Hellenistic art is the art of the Hellenistic Period dating from the death of Alexander the Great in 323 BC to the emergence of ancient Rome as signified by the Battle of Actium in 31 BC" (Wikipedia, sorry. )More Like This
In the Hellenistic era,most of the art had a Greek hue to it. Much of the culture and way of life were Greek at this time. (Because they were Greek! )
"Idealism gave way to naturalism, the culmination of the works of fourth-century b.c.e. sculptors Lysippos, Skopas, and Praxiteles, all of whom emphasized realistic expression of the human figure."