The Bedford Gallery in honor of Walnut Creek’s Centennial, will be display some art about Walnut Creek’s History. Carissa’s work is among one of them. Walnut Creek is my Hometown and I am very excited to be on Display. The Reception will held on Sept 21 at 3pm to 5pm. Free wine, and snacks will be available. Gallery entrance is also free but parking may not. There are variety of ways to park at the Bedford, via garage or meter.
My works can also be purchased for both at $700. The money that I will receive will fund my ultimate costume project, a Lion quadsuit from Steven Universe. The lion will feature some Electronics to make the lion glow a bit and alot of klinks to make it work, but it needs funding. Your contribution will be appreciated.
For more information, click on the banner to go directly to the website. For any WIPs or sneak peeks including what the piece looks like, check out Carissa’s Instagram.
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This is basically a breaking news feature. Here we have an excellent example of a Christian video game about David! The Concept art (aparently the artist is from assassin’s creed and stargate) is stunning, and the music is beautiful, and animation is good. Still they need improvements to the game. Help these guys out with a pledge.
I fiddle a specific photo around in photoshop that I took a picture of from the Nor(th) Cal cosplay event, because it was my favorite composition out of all of them. I like the mimminalistic feel of this picture and it looked like a movie poster.
I am so going to miss having Raven-Symoné in class as she is going online next semester, but will be back in the spring. Our last day we exchanged our portraits and hugged each other. It was a real blessing to be in this class and try alot of things and interesting to hang out with her when I got the chance.
19 pages full color, each pre-order includes a gift.
Why preorder? I don’t feel like relying on my college funding stash and I don’t feel like Kickstarter for a list of reasons. I am currently holding a ‘preorder’ special where you can get a little extra bonus ordering now than later (sticker and/or a postcard print).
This comic is ALREADY completed and printed in an anthology, but I want the individual copy because then I can sell my comic cheaper, and I need a more up-to-date comic for a certain art show I want to enter in (my last self-published comic was more than four years old and does not qualify). The problem is that I would like a set of printed ones for my partner who is the colorist, and she lives across the globe in AUSTRALIA. In addition, I need the money to purchase envelopes and sleeves for them, and also need factor shipping/handling costs—THAT ADDS UP.
If you really want high activity and Traffic, then you might want to Try Christian Anime Alliance. The forum isn’t very pretty to look at and needs an overhaul but if your looking for a website that has some activity for you to post a reply, then CAA is for you. THey also got probably the biggest review list for anime through a Christian lense.
I wish they have a better feed on all these websites, but if are just attentive enough but certainly the good content wont stop you from going to this site.
FEATURE THIS! Actually admittingly this is the first site I was looking for as my first official Christian art website. Originally the formal was pretty much simular to CCAS, but the website has just been transformed to as a nice layout with just blogger tips on how to be an artist and Christian. I love the layout, but it kind of just lost the social networking pretty much. But in a gain, I really want to read the tips from them.
Since the Grove for me personally is gear to generally artist and nerds, I kind of abadoned the website a bit and was more interested in finding the nerd type and I found CCAS. But if you need some general artist tips, then the grove may help out alot. Probably comparable as another blog site. And also apparently its a retreat for Christian Artist, so, maybe one day I might visit there. So giving its actually a website for an Christian Artist Retreat is actually something worth Giving attention to. We need all the support for the modern media we can get and having painting retreat can foster us artist in the entertainment industry.
This is a website that I have known for probably the longest time out of anyone: Christian Comic Art Society.
I remeber meet up with these guys the year I went to Comic con and attend two of those panels. It a small community but they are very inviting and willing. Ive met one girl who loves the Aquabats and Yo Gabba.
Its smooth running and alot of text, and small community, but with more people and time, perhaps it will be better. I think though the design is fine enough. It is also a social network for artist so its like facebook with a little deviant art to it.
Raven from That So Raven and the Bill Cosby Show is in my class. She pick me to paint me, and I did the same.
I pretty much did this in two nights and really risked making this more colorful. I wasn’t sure if I was allowed, but Raven, and my teacher, Henry Yan love it. My color pallet is based off of thinking orange blue, but wondering if red and pink would work, but figured it out using adobe Kuler. It does work out nicely. 4.bp.blogspot.com/_svQZrtFh-H4…
I think Impasto is my favorite technique since you can mimic layering with acrylics, and you can get less Muddy Colors.
Inspiration is drawing from 16th Century art history class learning about Impasto and also as well as Zimou tan, Web Academy on Oil painting, learning about alla primaand researching many artists on google and youtube, before attempting this result.
Acrylic underpainting Alalla Prima Impasto Oils on 18 by 24 inch Utrecht canvas 2 nights
Apparent Its not the most attractive website. It can be improve alot. As well blogging isn’t my interest. I feel it needs more interactivity and better RSS Feed, but that is just for me personally. Other then this it does the job of attracting Christian Anime Bloggers alike. If you love to read alot of articles, comment, or articles about anime, this site from what I can tell does a good Job. Follow Beneath the Tangles Here: