ddmagazine issue march 2009
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Artist's Toolbox: Watercolor equipment II
✿   Watercolor Equipment II - Additional Tools In the first week of Artist's Toolbox, we discussed basic Watercolor Equipment such as paper, brushes and paints. Second week's article presents additional tools, equipment that some artists use to enhance their watercolor creations or just for the fun of it, however none of them is crucial to create a watercolor painting. I divided these tools into two categories - those used to Create Highlights and those used to Create Textures. Bottom part of this article belongs to our watercolorists and their Personal Experience regarding additional tools. 1. Creating Highlights ✐ Masking
Subject Matters: Dark Science
Learn how science fiction helps build better monsters in film, literature, and beyond! This Article Is Sponsored by Universal Pictures Home Entertainment Twitter Facebook Google+ Science Fiction in Horror and Fantasy Author: eawood (https://www.deviantart.com/eawood)  Header artwork by: vladmrk When one thinks of creatures that lurk in the realms of horror and fantasy, an often overlooked detail is how science influences their creation and how action and adventure bring their narrative to life. Take the case of the Mummy, an age-old concept of fear of the dead coming back to life. To the ancient Egyptians, mummification itself was a form of science rooted in their relig
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>> Next theme: Sci-fi *** This feature also goes for a contest of projecteducate   ///but this is not specially made for it - this is firstly for my feature project and after that I entering the contest C:
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Published: March 12, 2009
DAYDREAMING MAGAZINE's latest issue, “ALL AROUND THE WORLD”, is online.
www.ddmagazine.it/2009/numeri.…

Inside you have:

ANDREY BARTENEV (Moscow, Russia): Performer, sculptor, visual artist and a lot more; his caleidoscopic world revolves from the spaces of the Venice Biennale to the streets of NY, establishing new connections with the russian avantgarde.

AKA B (Milan, Italy): Illustrator with masterful scrapes and uncommon deepness and sensitivity.
“It's with infinite agape, further than schopenhauerian, that I discovered I was in front of a dead audience, without identifying with it” he said about himself.
Prestigious collaborations with Marvel, DC comics and other publishing houses, trace his path.

BOB FISCHER (San Francisco, USA) a.k.a. Photomeister. Photographer, painter, filmmaker. You can tell from his works that he does not live on hallway measures. Take a look at his models, at the acrid and cutting tones of his images, yet poetic and ironic, subverting the concept of beauty itself.

CRISTINA BATTISTIN (Trieste, ITALY): beside being a successful artist with a professed passion for drawing and for Giacometti's work, she's a young teacher. Surely one of the most interesting realities in the chief town of Friuli Venezia Giulia.

ANDREA ALVERA' (Trieste, ITALY): from the ranks of Daydreaming Project, photographic images of a microcosm fraught with curiosity and pureness. No matter what he says, there's more than what is shown...


We also would like to point out our totally renewed LINKS section, where you can find our favourites bookmarks and the urls to reach us even on Flickr, Myspace, Facebook, YouTube, Behance e DeviantArt.
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Artist's Toolbox: Watercolor equipment II
✿   Watercolor Equipment II - Additional Tools In the first week of Artist's Toolbox, we discussed basic Watercolor Equipment such as paper, brushes and paints. Second week's article presents additional tools, equipment that some artists use to enhance their watercolor creations or just for the fun of it, however none of them is crucial to create a watercolor painting. I divided these tools into two categories - those used to Create Highlights and those used to Create Textures. Bottom part of this article belongs to our watercolorists and their Personal Experience regarding additional tools. 1. Creating Highlights ✐ Masking
Subject Matters: Dark Science
Learn how science fiction helps build better monsters in film, literature, and beyond! This Article Is Sponsored by Universal Pictures Home Entertainment Twitter Facebook Google+ Science Fiction in Horror and Fantasy Author: eawood (https://www.deviantart.com/eawood)  Header artwork by: vladmrk When one thinks of creatures that lurk in the realms of horror and fantasy, an often overlooked detail is how science influences their creation and how action and adventure bring their narrative to life. Take the case of the Mummy, an age-old concept of fear of the dead coming back to life. To the ancient Egyptians, mummification itself was a form of science rooted in their relig
Landscape Feature
>> Next theme: Sci-fi *** This feature also goes for a contest of projecteducate   ///but this is not specially made for it - this is firstly for my feature project and after that I entering the contest C:
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