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Transparent and Opaque WatercolorTraditional Art Week
Watercolor is regarded as a transparent medium, however, there is more complexity to this statement than meets the eye. In this article we will discover what transparency actually means and how to use it to your advantage.
Simplon Pass: Avalanche Track by J.S. Sargent
The Burning of the Houses of Parliament by J.M.W. Turner
Look at these works, they are both watercolor, but they look quite different. Let us explore one of the differences between them: on the Simplon Pass: Avalanche Track J.S. Sargent, paper is clearly visible in the foreground, and brown tones shine through the blue strokes, while lighter tones on The Burning of the Houses of Parliament originate not from the paper,
A Recap of 2018 at ProjectEducate2018 has been quite a busy year here at projecteducate ! The group has grown quite a bit, and our outstanding members have contributed incredibly useful and insightful content each month! I'd like to do a review of 2018, where I recap what each month of 2018 brought you here at projecteducate. This could be a great occasion for you to look back and find educational content you might have missed! Maybe it'll inspire you to contribute content to future weeks at projecteducate as well!
We started off with a couple of announcements, a traditional art week and our Tutorial Tuesday project!
Traditional Art Basics Week: WE NEED YOU!
2018: A new Tutorial project
Then we delved into a Manga and Anime Week run by Iduna-Haya !
Hello, I am INFJ (Myers- Briggs personality type), an introvert who spends more time here in deviantArt than on fb. I tend to ask people to repeat what they are saying because (i) they're too fast (ii) I'm not listening properly (iii) I'm dreaming when they are talking. I enjoy watching movies, listening to music which puts me in a good mood and keeps me pumped- my three main favourite artists are Avril Lavigne, Owl City and Taylor Swift.
I also enjoy reading books/novels/fiction/fantasy and manga. I would like to be an accomplished author (for children and teenagers) in future, no matter how much i think it may be hard to accomplish.
-to be updated soon-