Sunday, 5 June 2011

Scumble #16 - art technique edition



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. This week, I've also added a number of interesting blog posts highlighting various art techniques.  A lot of these aren't on the Science Artists Feed and they're well worth sharing.


Time to slow cold-brew yourself a cup of toddy, put your feet up and enjoy the science-art and art techniques!


Click here for earlier Scumbles.

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Inspiration + Drugs - repost - The Flying Trilobite. I re-posted this piece from almost 3 years ago.  The comments on the original were fascinating and the discussion on the repost in the comments is also amazing - check it out, add your 2 cents!

Archaeopteryx Painting - Bond's Blog. Awwwww! Done for the wedding of Peter's friend and fellow Art Evolved founder Craig Dylke and his bride Lady R! *Like*Like*Like  <--Me clicking the Like button.


Tour of my palette - Jeffrey Hayes Contemporary Oil Paintings. Realistic oil painter Jeff Hayes has started a tour of his palette - starting with the pinks!

Comic Book Tools and Materials - Eric Orchard. Eric has begun a fascinating tour of his process and tools. Click the links for part one, and check 234 and 5!

Drawing Tip #24 - Using Frisket - Heather Ward Wildlife Art. Heather's kickin' it old skool and busting out the frisket. Word to the daisy. 

Interview with James Gurney - Dave Hone's Archosaur Musings. The generous fascinating master painter James Gurney interviewed by paleo-blogger extraordinaire Dave Hone.

Scaling the Gorgosaurus - Weapon of Mass Imagination. Craig asks for input on this dinosaur with junk in the trunk. 

Caustics inside eyes - Gurney Journey. Eyes are the window to the little crescent shaped blob of light, apparently.

Why sketchbooks are essential - Paleo Illustrata. Excellent sketchbook skillz.

Where math meets performance art - An Eye for Science. Capillary-action-packed!

Kevorkian's 'Very Still Life' - Peter Smith, Faith and Works.

Does experience in the arts lead to enhanced academic achievement?  - ArtPlantae Today.

Taking Note: "Intrinsic" Versus "Instrumental" Benefits of Art - Art Works.

Post of the Week: Merging Art & Science to Make a revolutionary New Art Movement - Art Review. "No one quite knows what it is or where it is going".  I'll take a stab at what it is: scientifically literate techniques or subjects explored through visual art. Amirite? Tweet length +1.

Image of the week: 


Scaphognathine rhamphorhynchid by Mark Witton.  Painted using Pixia.

This piece was done for a new book Mark has coming out! Check out his blog and Flickr.

© Mark Witton 2011.  Permission secured from the artist before posting. 
 


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Original artwork on The Flying Trilobite Copyright to Glendon Mellow

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