Saturday, 28 May 2011

Scumble #15

Scumble:
"A painting technique in which semi-opaque or thin opaque colors are loosely brushed over an underpainted area so that patches of the color beneath show through." 
From The Artist's Handbook, by Ray Smith.  

Highlighting recent posts I found interesting, provocative, or otherwise caught my eye from the Science Artists Feed, and other sources.


Time to brew yourself a cup something caffeine-y, put your feet up and enjoy the science-art!


Click here for earlier Scumbles.




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Galileo Sketches of the Moon - An Eye for Science.

Awesome New Trilobite T-shirt! - Neurotic Physiology - Scicurious is nicely fashion backward. Or retro. Or something with a joke about prehistory and style.

Creating Atheist Fine Art - Glendon Mellow, Mad Art Lab. Proud to be asked to contribute to this clever site and community!

A  new generation of digital artists - Calla Cofield, CultureLab.

Visualizing Plants with Botanical Symbols - ArtPlantae Today.

Control over nature in music and art, Sumt Paul-Choudhury, CultureLab.

Tiny Thumbnails, The Tiny Aviary. Cute!

Concept scribble: Archie - drip | David's really interesting pages. Love the drama and clouds in this little expertly done concept scene. David Maas is doing a bunch of these, don't miss them!

New metaphors for sci-tech-med museums - Biomedicine on Display.  Is a museum like a blog?

Milky Way over the desert in Utah - An Eye for Science.

History of Biology - SpongeLab. Game trailer! (video)

AI: Science Imagery, or Brightly Colored Liquid in Beakers - Brian G George, Mad Art Lab. Fight the stereotypes ruled by chemistry!

Squids in SPACE! - Katy's Notebook.

Scumble pick of the week: Goodbye, Spirit - by QuarkSparrow.


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Original artwork on The Flying Trilobite Copyright to Glendon Mellow

2 comments:

Tommy Leung said...

I am really impressed with Tessa Farmer's work (featured in "Control over nature in music and art") - she has constructed an intricate and imaginative natural history of the fairies. Nice pick!

Glendon Mellow said...

It's creepy and wonderful, isn't it?

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