Texture painted on texture

I invented a way to make the canvas more textural with layers of gesso. It is hard to see with the bad cammera’s results.

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What is intellectual art?

There is more and more people that make image art that can be related to with abstract intellect only. It has nothing to do with composition and color. Ever since the “modern” art movement started making images that had nothing to do with what people had learned for several hundred years, the whole rt seen has been searching for meaning. Now all you need is wild imagination to relate to image art. Maybe I can start painting abstract images with all the tools of illustration….??

 

 

 

 

What is Gallery art?

 

 

So what is the difference? Most people go to galleries to find a picture that they can love to look at for many years. So characters are not needed. However there is are a l lot of pictures just to decorate walls that do nothing to give meaning to life.

In illustration characters are needed to just to fit into the story. But they could be good enough to look at for many years. Illustrated correctly it can bring a new dimension to the story.

I could not find anyone to write a story for me to illustrate, and I decided it was too hard to do any ways. I may write some short stories for my character study images. But I really want to make images that do not need an external story. I have no desire to make abstract non-figurative paintings, and do not understand why people paint them just to make something “new” and different. Or at least replace some of the dirt removed by painting walls clean colors for people’s clean caves. Well it would be some much easier than painting pathos.

It’s not what you paint but how you paint it. Or even worse; how you promote it. Anything collectible can be found in a gallery. So is my art collectible yet? It has taken me many years to learn make my paintings desirable enough. Oh sure some people even like the old ones, but if I am not satisfied…how can I expect anyone else to be satisfied.

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Home Sweet Home

Warm Cozy Magical Dream Houses

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small pink and yellow house

 

 

 

 

 

 

I live in an old school bus that gets very cold in the winter. So naturally I keep inventing warm cozy houses that are vertualy unobtainable. These are very difficult to draw and photograph perfectly straight. It is much easier to make living tree-houses.

I would really like to paint pictures that are easy to produce. But I gotta pay the rent somehow. And with bad knees, spine and legs mobility is becoming painful. No car, no motor on my bicycle, and no buses comes near my location.

Corruption of Innocence

What I am trying to paint is adventure in a gallery art kind of way. But NOT photo realism. I like texture in a picture. Drama is what makes a good picture, and there are ways to illustrate it.

https://fineartamerica.com/featured/corruption-of-innocence-nhoj-yesdnil.html

 

Out of all the subject mater I could paint I like the dichotomy of wicked creatures and the innocence of fairy like creatures. That maybe too weird for some people, but I am a maniacal artiest, I can do only what I can do.

I want to illustrate how cynical the world is, but I like the innocence of naivete’. Illustration is now an acceptable art form; most people used to think it was just commercial. Then Warhol proved that gallery art is commercial art. And now there’s a massive amount of people that just sell their name’s attached to what ever kind of “art” they want. And then then most of the ‘work’ done is “selling”. So why do I work so hard on tedious detail? Just to make it look realistic?

Metaphoric illustration

 

 

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What is abstract story telling; most of it is infact about something not there. So where people go wrong in story telling is creating scenes with words (descriptions), then the next step backwards is descriptions of actions.

So how would you tell a story with out descriptions of what a picture maker would do.

  • Using metaphors and analogies;
  • Understanding relationships between verbal and non-verbal ideas;
  • Spatial reasoning and mentally manipulating and rotating objects;
  • Complex reasoning, such as using critical thinking, the scientific method, and other approaches to reasoning through problems.

 

Developmental psychologist Jean Piaget argued that children develop abstract reasoning skills as part of their last stage of development, known as the formal operational stage. This stage occurs between the ages of 11 and 16. However, the beginnings of abstract reasoning may be present earlier, and gifted children frequently develop abstract reasoning at an earlier age. Some psychologists have argued that the development of abstract reasoning is not a natural developmental stage. Rather, it is the product of culture, experience, and teaching.

While young children are often incapable of complex abstract reasoning, they frequently recognize the underlying lessons of these stories, indicating some degree of abstract reasoning skills.

I think that moving pictures of fighting take the place of abstract thought way too often as if publishers can’t conceive of selling intellectual thought to children.

Metaphoric story telling is the only thing left for illustrators. Most writers think that the illustration should be what the words describe, making the image redundant. Writers must understand how to not describe a scene for illustration.