• Tony van Hasselt: Creative Realism in Watercolor

    A clip from Tony's DVD, Creative Realism in Waterecolor The important thing that you've got to remember is that when you're doing the under painting don't cover it up, leave it showing through. And you can actually put some positive branches on there as well. You can do it on the inside as well. For instance this tells me that there could be a branch doing something like that. For here I need a little bit more of a push back, I call it a push back and what I'm doing I'm putting a little bit of sky-like color right in there, picking up that color so it gives the feeling that it's pushing back and creating that foreground tree. Then you can very easily put some very darks as we did earlier and come in and do some outlining and texturing and all that kind of stuff that you can do with...

    published: 02 Apr 2011
  • Creative Realism in Watercolor: DVD excerpt from Tony van Hasselt

    http://www.cheapjoes.com -- Welcome to Artist Palette Productions at Cheap Joe's Art Stuff {This video is an excerpt of Tony van Hasselt's video "Creative Realism in Watercolor" available for purchase at Cheap Joe's Art Stuff.} ************* The important thing you have to remember when you're doing the underpainting is don't cover it up. Don't cover that beauty up with the usual kind of painting on top. Leave the underpainting showing through. You can put some positive branches in here, but you can do it on the inside as well. This tells me that there could be a branch depicted like this. Here I need to have a "push back." I'm going to put a little bit of skylight color here, so it gives the feeling that it's pushing back. Then you can very easily put in some darks for ...

    published: 28 Aug 2009
  • Tony van Hasselt: Creative Realism In Watercolor (DVD)

    http://www.cheapjoes.com Although styles have changed, the advice about design and composition is still valid and used today. Tony has taken most of these tried and true principles, wrapped them into neat bundles and designed an instantly recognizable visual symbol for each. The result? A system which keeps you on track during the painting process and helps analyze problems in unfinished work. 82 minutes. For those that can't turn up your speakers, here is a transcription. We've painted the same scene in color on a piece of wet media acetate. So, that looks somewhat like that with a white background and I'd like you to see what happens when I slide some of the underpainting side underneath it. So here is one of the underpaintings we've seen and I'm just going to turn it this way ...

    published: 15 Aug 2007
  • Adding Realism To Decoy Spreads: Creative Mojo Tactics For Duck Decoy Spreads

    Duck decoy strategies often include motion decoys, jerk rigs or jerk cords, but this decoy strategy incorporates using black ducks, and creative Mojo duck placement. This duck hunting video speaks to adding true realism to your decoy spreads. Jason Cruise, host of Mossberg's Rugged American Hunter series, talks about how to use 24-36 ducks with multiple types of ducks to bring ducks closer. www.mossberg.com

    published: 24 Dec 2016
  • Film Creative Project: Realism and Formalism

    published: 01 Sep 2014
  • Are You an Optimist, Pessimist, or Realist?

    Thank you all so much for 100k Subscribers! Are You an Optimist, Pessimist, or Realist? what type of person are you? Am I optimistic? Am I a pessimist? Realistic person test! Optimist, Pessimist, or Realist, Idealist, Opportunist ► Be sure to like and subscribe for more Tests! ↠Alpha Tests is the world’s number one source for best personality tests, funny quizzes, impossible riddles and brain melting puzzles. We have the most accurate personality quizzes, love and relationship tests, Movies and TV show Character tests, Fantasy Tests and knowledge tests. Test Category- Personality Test ======================================================= Follow Us for more personality tests, quizzes and brainteasers: ↠Can you develop an accurate personality test? Do you have a fun and interestin...

    published: 18 Feb 2017
  • My best drawing so far. Hyper realism. Bridget Regan - Legend of the Seeker.

    . ■■■■■■■■■ SOCIAL. ■■■■■■■■■ Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/u_n_i_c_o Website: http://freddyvalverde.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VLFreddy Deviantart: http://eddyvl.deviantart.com/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/u.n.i.c.o.art/ ■■■■■■■■■■ MATERIALS. ■■■■■■■■■■ Staedtler Graphite Pencils: F. 2B. 4B. 8B Wolff's Carbon Pencils: B, 4B. Paper: Strathmore 300 Series Bristol Smooth Surface. Derwent Electric Eraser. Time: 100+ Hours. ■■■■■■■■■■■■■ AUDIO CREDITS. ■■■■■■■■■■■■■ "Pride" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

    published: 02 Jan 2017
  • BobBlast 98 "My Goof Proof Color Wheel for Abstracts & Realism."

    BobBlast #98 My Goof-Proof Color Wheel for Abstracts & Realism All color wheels are used to help artists select color combinations that work well together. Specific color combinations will give the painting very specific visual impact. My Goof-Proof Color Wheel has only ten colors. The spinning pointer points to the four color combinations that I use in every one of my paintings. Specific color combos will result in specifics emotions and help me to be very clear in the painting’s message. I have my color wheel at every one of my painting stations just so I can stay very focused. (I tend to wander into other color combos. The color wheel, next to me, helps me to be more productive and efficient.) No need to fumble around guessing what I should do next! And, once my four colors are det...

    published: 15 May 2016
  • Realism Challenge #1 How to Draw Spoon - Cool Realistic Drawing

    Realism challenge spoon drawing with charcoal and white pastell. Artistic graphic. How to draw spoon? Art drawing. Drawing time lapse. Awesome realistic drawing. Mixed media. Materials used: Pastell paper, light gray. H and B graphit and charcoal pencils (Derwent) Derwent white pastel. White "charcoal" pencil. Derwent brand. Paper stomp. Soft eraser. Music used: Alien Technology by Machinimasound.com Licensed under Creative Commons CC-BY 3.0 Unported License | https://machinimasound.com/license By Sandor Vamos

    published: 12 May 2013
  • Robert Vickrey The Magic of Realism

    Robert Vickrey, The Magic of Realism by Philip Eliasoph

    published: 24 Mar 2009
  • Jeremy Lipking 杰里米立坪 B. 1975 American realist painter Realism

    JEREMY LIPKING 杰里米立坪 B. 1975 American realist painter Realism In a remarkably short period of time, Jeremy Lipking has emerged as one of the country's premier realist artists. His talent, which rivals that of the late nineteenth century painterly realists such as John Singer Sargent, Joaquin Sorolla and Anders Zorn, is outstanding for a painter of any age. Like these great painters of the past, Lipking is a virtuoso artist. His canvases convey the magical aura of convincing imagery emerging out of a field of paint. Realism has been misunderstood through most of the twentieth century as an art of imitation. In truth, when practiced by a painter like Jeremy Lipking, realist painting is a powerful creative force. Many viewers are drawn to his art thinking that it looks just like a photograp...

    published: 22 Nov 2016
  • Realism Demo: Oil Painting a Metallic Shiny Candy by professional painter

    Realism Demo of oil painting a metallic, shiny foil candy wrapper. Professional oil painter, Guenevere, uses oil paint to show you how to paint realistic silver candy wrapper. This small oil painting took many hours to complete, in this video you can see her painting at several different speeds. Learn more about Guenevere, the professional realism oil painter: Website: https://www.GuenevereS.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gueneveres/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/guenevere.schwien/ Twitter: Twitter http://www.twitter.com/GuenevereS Twitch: http://www.Twitch.tv/GuenevereS Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/MotoPainter If you like what you see Please Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/GuenevereSchwien?ty=h Music: Thunderbolt - Sonata Sonata by Thunderbolt http...

    published: 27 Jul 2016
  • Minecraft: Creative Building - Ep04: Steampunk Realism

    **Click "Show More" for timestamps!** Today we explore a new style that I've devised: Structuralist Steampunk. A more realistic approach to the fantasy steampunk builds that have grown drastically in popularity within the Minecraft community. This style will be used on the RockHouse SMP server for my base! TIMESTAMPS: Intro: 0:00 - 3:39 Building w/ Commentary: 3:39 - 17:12 Time Lapse and Story: 17:13 - 23:57 Final Thoughts: 23:57 - 30:06 Intro Music: "Son of a Rocket" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ ========LINKS========= You can feel free to donate to me here: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=TD43XA78T9CTQ Or support me monthly on Patreon to help reac...

    published: 13 Apr 2014
  • Courtney Torres: Creative Writing in Magical Realism

    Courtney Torres is an up and coming screenwriter, comic book creator, and novelist. While she dabbles in various genres, she prefers magical realism and horror. Her extensive knowledge of legends, mythology, folklore, and the macabre provides a unique touch to her writing. Looking for a job as a Writer or Editor. Strong communication, writing, and editing skills. Values honesty, hard work, and creativity. Exudes professionalism, constructive criticism, and helps when possible. Proficient in spotting contradictions, fact checking, and logistics. Experience writing proposals, memos, emails, letters, news articles, research papers, critical analyses, writing and editing scripts in several formats, short stories, and poetry. Skills Writing, gives strong editing and critiquing advice, creat...

    published: 17 Jul 2017
  • creative project-realism

    showing the mundane side of NYC after the glamorous pictures presented by the media..

    published: 01 Jul 2007
  • Realism and the Persistence of Memory with Jane Eckert and Eric Forstmann

    Recorded: Thursday, July 21, 2016 Acclaimed painter Eric Forstmann and artists’ representative Jane Eckert, author, art historian, and founder of Eckert Fine Art, partake in an insightful conversation about art and the creative process. Perspectives on realism and the role of memory, meaning, and personal inspiration in art will be explored.

    published: 29 Jul 2016
Tony van Hasselt: Creative Realism in Watercolor

Tony van Hasselt: Creative Realism in Watercolor

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A clip from Tony's DVD, Creative Realism in Waterecolor The important thing that you've got to remember is that when you're doing the under painting don't cover it up, leave it showing through. And you can actually put some positive branches on there as well. You can do it on the inside as well. For instance this tells me that there could be a branch doing something like that. For here I need a little bit more of a push back, I call it a push back and what I'm doing I'm putting a little bit of sky-like color right in there, picking up that color so it gives the feeling that it's pushing back and creating that foreground tree. Then you can very easily put some very darks as we did earlier and come in and do some outlining and texturing and all that kind of stuff that you can do with a dry brush. Watch out and not over do that. Only do it kind of basically with the major tree and I think this is the major tree. If that is too light, tone it down a bit. It doesn't take much. It's so easy to destroy a light and it's so hard to get a light re-established in watercolor. But this give you an idea of negative painting and the fun you can have. But I really recommend you do some of the pattern sketches. Let's look at this in a mat. You see, you can have fun. It holds together well. There's a lot of liveliness and we are unified in color. We learned how to do a pattern sketch, in chapter 2 we learned how to do an under painting, in chapter 3 put them all together and in this one we listened to the paper a little more and learned how to paint negatively. Next we'll have some final thoughts.
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Creative Realism in Watercolor: DVD excerpt from Tony van Hasselt

Creative Realism in Watercolor: DVD excerpt from Tony van Hasselt

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http://www.cheapjoes.com -- Welcome to Artist Palette Productions at Cheap Joe's Art Stuff {This video is an excerpt of Tony van Hasselt's video "Creative Realism in Watercolor" available for purchase at Cheap Joe's Art Stuff.} ************* The important thing you have to remember when you're doing the underpainting is don't cover it up. Don't cover that beauty up with the usual kind of painting on top. Leave the underpainting showing through. You can put some positive branches in here, but you can do it on the inside as well. This tells me that there could be a branch depicted like this. Here I need to have a "push back." I'm going to put a little bit of skylight color here, so it gives the feeling that it's pushing back. Then you can very easily put in some darks for outlining and texturing. You will want to focus on your major tree with these details though since it's the focus. If this area is too light in comparison, then tone it down a bit. It's so easy to destroy a light and it's so hard to get a light reestablished in watercolor. This gives you an idea of negative painting and the fun you can have just doing that. I really recommend you do some of those pattern sketches as well. Let's look at this in a mat and see. It holds together well, there's a lot of liveliness and we're unified in color. In chapter 1 we learned how to do a pattern sketch, in chapter 2 we've learned how to do the underpainting, in chapter 3 we put it all together, and then in this one we listened to the paper a little bit more and learned how to paint negatively. Next we'll have some final thoughts and that will end this presentation which has certainly been a lot of fun for me! ************* For more information and an additional excerpt video, please visit http://www.cheapjoes.com
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Tony van Hasselt: Creative Realism In Watercolor (DVD)

Tony van Hasselt: Creative Realism In Watercolor (DVD)

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http://www.cheapjoes.com Although styles have changed, the advice about design and composition is still valid and used today. Tony has taken most of these tried and true principles, wrapped them into neat bundles and designed an instantly recognizable visual symbol for each. The result? A system which keeps you on track during the painting process and helps analyze problems in unfinished work. 82 minutes. For those that can't turn up your speakers, here is a transcription. We've painted the same scene in color on a piece of wet media acetate. So, that looks somewhat like that with a white background and I'd like you to see what happens when I slide some of the underpainting side underneath it. So here is one of the underpaintings we've seen and I'm just going to turn it this way and just slide it. Now this is a half sheet and we're dealing with a quarter sheet. I'm just going to slide it along in order to show you how many different places we can actually get quite a nice subject because of the pieces of white in there. So, its amazing how this works. I have one area that I really like. There, this is a good one. Look how wonderful it works. Want to see more? Purchase this DVD and more at www.cheapjoes.com
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Adding Realism To Decoy Spreads: Creative Mojo Tactics For Duck Decoy Spreads

Adding Realism To Decoy Spreads: Creative Mojo Tactics For Duck Decoy Spreads

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Duck decoy strategies often include motion decoys, jerk rigs or jerk cords, but this decoy strategy incorporates using black ducks, and creative Mojo duck placement. This duck hunting video speaks to adding true realism to your decoy spreads. Jason Cruise, host of Mossberg's Rugged American Hunter series, talks about how to use 24-36 ducks with multiple types of ducks to bring ducks closer. www.mossberg.com
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Film Creative Project: Realism and Formalism

Film Creative Project: Realism and Formalism

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Are You an Optimist, Pessimist, or Realist?

Are You an Optimist, Pessimist, or Realist?

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Thank you all so much for 100k Subscribers! Are You an Optimist, Pessimist, or Realist? what type of person are you? Am I optimistic? Am I a pessimist? Realistic person test! Optimist, Pessimist, or Realist, Idealist, Opportunist ► Be sure to like and subscribe for more Tests! ↠Alpha Tests is the world’s number one source for best personality tests, funny quizzes, impossible riddles and brain melting puzzles. We have the most accurate personality quizzes, love and relationship tests, Movies and TV show Character tests, Fantasy Tests and knowledge tests. Test Category- Personality Test ======================================================= Follow Us for more personality tests, quizzes and brainteasers: ↠Can you develop an accurate personality test? Do you have a fun and interesting riddles or brainteaser you'd like to share with the world? Share your ideas with us, and we will share it with the world! ↠For information regarding content submission, business, press materials, advertising rates, or sponsorships, please contact: Alphafanrequest@gmail.com ===================Credits=================== Music and Audio- Music by Kevin MacLeod. Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b.... Download link: https://incompetech.com/music/royalty...
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My best drawing so far. Hyper realism. Bridget Regan - Legend of the Seeker.

My best drawing so far. Hyper realism. Bridget Regan - Legend of the Seeker.

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. ■■■■■■■■■ SOCIAL. ■■■■■■■■■ Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/u_n_i_c_o Website: http://freddyvalverde.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VLFreddy Deviantart: http://eddyvl.deviantart.com/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/u.n.i.c.o.art/ ■■■■■■■■■■ MATERIALS. ■■■■■■■■■■ Staedtler Graphite Pencils: F. 2B. 4B. 8B Wolff's Carbon Pencils: B, 4B. Paper: Strathmore 300 Series Bristol Smooth Surface. Derwent Electric Eraser. Time: 100+ Hours. ■■■■■■■■■■■■■ AUDIO CREDITS. ■■■■■■■■■■■■■ "Pride" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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BobBlast 98 "My Goof Proof Color Wheel for Abstracts & Realism."

BobBlast 98 "My Goof Proof Color Wheel for Abstracts & Realism."

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BobBlast #98 My Goof-Proof Color Wheel for Abstracts & Realism All color wheels are used to help artists select color combinations that work well together. Specific color combinations will give the painting very specific visual impact. My Goof-Proof Color Wheel has only ten colors. The spinning pointer points to the four color combinations that I use in every one of my paintings. Specific color combos will result in specifics emotions and help me to be very clear in the painting’s message. I have my color wheel at every one of my painting stations just so I can stay very focused. (I tend to wander into other color combos. The color wheel, next to me, helps me to be more productive and efficient.) No need to fumble around guessing what I should do next! And, once my four colors are determined and loosely brushed on the surface, that is when the painting takes off and I am able to paint in a creative fearless direction… Goof proof guaranteed! Remember - watch the video! I demonstrate using my Goof-Proof Color Wheel in a variety of “realistic and recognizable” subjects. Remember these points: 80% of the painting surface will be the Dominant color. Dominant! Get it? The primary Focal Point color takes up about 10% in one area. Around the pure focal point color I add 5% of each Spice Color. The two Spice Colors actually augment plus draw attention to the focal point. And again, as I move away from the one focal point, I tone down the other colors to a variety of neutrals. Think - 80, 10, 5 and 5.
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Realism Challenge #1 How to Draw Spoon  - Cool Realistic Drawing

Realism Challenge #1 How to Draw Spoon - Cool Realistic Drawing

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  • Updated: 12 May 2013
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Realism challenge spoon drawing with charcoal and white pastell. Artistic graphic. How to draw spoon? Art drawing. Drawing time lapse. Awesome realistic drawing. Mixed media. Materials used: Pastell paper, light gray. H and B graphit and charcoal pencils (Derwent) Derwent white pastel. White "charcoal" pencil. Derwent brand. Paper stomp. Soft eraser. Music used: Alien Technology by Machinimasound.com Licensed under Creative Commons CC-BY 3.0 Unported License | https://machinimasound.com/license By Sandor Vamos
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Robert Vickrey The Magic of Realism

Robert Vickrey The Magic of Realism

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Jeremy Lipking 杰里米立坪 B. 1975 American realist painter Realism

Jeremy Lipking 杰里米立坪 B. 1975 American realist painter Realism

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JEREMY LIPKING 杰里米立坪 B. 1975 American realist painter Realism In a remarkably short period of time, Jeremy Lipking has emerged as one of the country's premier realist artists. His talent, which rivals that of the late nineteenth century painterly realists such as John Singer Sargent, Joaquin Sorolla and Anders Zorn, is outstanding for a painter of any age. Like these great painters of the past, Lipking is a virtuoso artist. His canvases convey the magical aura of convincing imagery emerging out of a field of paint. Realism has been misunderstood through most of the twentieth century as an art of imitation. In truth, when practiced by a painter like Jeremy Lipking, realist painting is a powerful creative force. Many viewers are drawn to his art thinking that it looks just like a photograph. Actually Lipking's vision is the opposite of what a camera does. A photograph tends to flatten an image, reducing all relationships of color and shade to a stiff mechanical pattern. Lipking's skill lies in his ability to probe in and around his subject. With a highly sensitive eye, he sees nuances of value and hue that the camera and most people can never see. More incredibly, he is able to translate his highly nuanced vision into a painted image. Lipking's true subject is his pictorial fluency. Seeing one of his paintings involves entering into the pictorial world he has created. Like all great realists, he has the ability to generate powerful fictions. I have had the pleasure to watch Lipking paint on a number of occasions. The experience is both exhilarating and baffling. Lipking begins his paintings in a surprisingly loose, painterly manner-something I never would have expected. He makes initial marks to find the scale and proportions of his subject. Then he applies a broad underpainting of color to capture the desired hue and value. At this stage his paintings look almost abstract, consisting of a pattern of large color shapes. Lipking's characteristic brushwork or gesture is what I like to call the "open touch." What I mean by this phrase is that Lipking applies paint in broad, loose facets, often leaving areas of bare canvas in between. In subsequent additions the open areas are gradually filled in, creating a breathing lattice-like structure of paint. In a curious way, the method is somewhat like Cezanne's manner. But whereas Cezanne emphasized the discontinuity of his touches, Lipking works with close values, so that the result is a seamless veil of color. The magic occurs in the finish. As he progresses, he gradually refines each area, adjusting relationships of color and adding deft touches to define select elements. He brings certain forms to a razor sharp level of finish. Other passages are left vague and undefined. In this interplay of sharp and loose, the painting literally opens up and breathes. This is what makes his art seem so lifelike. Instead of resting as static images, his canvases pulse with the subtle energy of a living thing.
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Realism Demo: Oil Painting a Metallic Shiny Candy by professional painter

Realism Demo: Oil Painting a Metallic Shiny Candy by professional painter

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Realism Demo of oil painting a metallic, shiny foil candy wrapper. Professional oil painter, Guenevere, uses oil paint to show you how to paint realistic silver candy wrapper. This small oil painting took many hours to complete, in this video you can see her painting at several different speeds. Learn more about Guenevere, the professional realism oil painter: Website: https://www.GuenevereS.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gueneveres/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/guenevere.schwien/ Twitter: Twitter http://www.twitter.com/GuenevereS Twitch: http://www.Twitch.tv/GuenevereS Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/MotoPainter If you like what you see Please Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/GuenevereSchwien?ty=h Music: Thunderbolt - Sonata Sonata by Thunderbolt https://soundcloud.com/thunderboltstr... Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music provided by Audio Library https://youtu.be/tdaOmwsuwv4
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Minecraft: Creative Building - Ep04: Steampunk Realism

Minecraft: Creative Building - Ep04: Steampunk Realism

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**Click "Show More" for timestamps!** Today we explore a new style that I've devised: Structuralist Steampunk. A more realistic approach to the fantasy steampunk builds that have grown drastically in popularity within the Minecraft community. This style will be used on the RockHouse SMP server for my base! TIMESTAMPS: Intro: 0:00 - 3:39 Building w/ Commentary: 3:39 - 17:12 Time Lapse and Story: 17:13 - 23:57 Final Thoughts: 23:57 - 30:06 Intro Music: "Son of a Rocket" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ ========LINKS========= You can feel free to donate to me here: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=TD43XA78T9CTQ Or support me monthly on Patreon to help reach goals and get rewards: http://www.patreon.com/mogswamp ===================== Follow me on Social Media! Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/Mogswamp Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Mogswamp Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/mogswamp ===================== Also check out my website and merchandise: http://mogswamp.com/ T-SHIRTS! http://mogswamp.spreadshirt.com/ ===================== Thanks for watching! Please consider leaving a like and subscribing if you haven't.
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Courtney Torres: Creative Writing in Magical Realism

Courtney Torres: Creative Writing in Magical Realism

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Courtney Torres is an up and coming screenwriter, comic book creator, and novelist. While she dabbles in various genres, she prefers magical realism and horror. Her extensive knowledge of legends, mythology, folklore, and the macabre provides a unique touch to her writing. Looking for a job as a Writer or Editor. Strong communication, writing, and editing skills. Values honesty, hard work, and creativity. Exudes professionalism, constructive criticism, and helps when possible. Proficient in spotting contradictions, fact checking, and logistics. Experience writing proposals, memos, emails, letters, news articles, research papers, critical analyses, writing and editing scripts in several formats, short stories, and poetry. Skills Writing, gives strong editing and critiquing advice, creative and critical thinking, problem-solving, observant, strong leadership, takes constructive criticism well, works well with others, research, budgeting, event organization, promotion and advertising, graphic design, and careful reader. Software: Microsoft Word, Final Draft, Twine, PhotoShop, InDesign, Illustrator, Power Point Accomplishments ∗ Inducted into Phi Theta Kappa, Sigma Tau Delta, the Honors Society. ∗ Published six works in judged publications. ∗ Chosen to be Assistant Editor and Editor-in-chief of The Chestatee Review literary magazine. ∗ Received the Outstanding Senior English Major in Writing and Publication Award from University of North Georgia’s College of Arts and Letters. ∗ Graphic Designer responsible for creating a magazine that placed in the top three collegiate literary magazines in the southern region. ∗ Received the Course Director's Award for Storytelling and Storyboarding for Animation (SSA) for March 2017 from Full Sail University. Work Experience The Chestatee Review (University of North Georgia), Oakwood, GA 01/2011 – 05/2016 Graphic Designer (5 yrs.), Staff Reader and Editor (5 yrs.), Assistant Editor (1 yr.), Editor-in-chief (1 yr.) Willow Moon Press, Online Correspondence 12/2012 – 01/2014 Cover Artist and Illustrator EPICon 2010, New Orleans, LA 08/2009 Freelance Graphic Designer Jackson County Comprehensive High School, Nicholson, GA 08/2008 – 05/2009 Yearbook Staff Member The Columns Newsletter (Jackson Co. School System), Nicholson, GA 08/2008 – 05/2009 Graphic Designer Education Full Sail University, Winter Park, FL (Current) Master of Fine Arts, Creative Writing Expected Graduation September 2017 University of North Georgia, Oakwood, GA Bachelor of Arts, Writing and Publication Associate of Arts and English Graduated May 2016
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creative project-realism

creative project-realism

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showing the mundane side of NYC after the glamorous pictures presented by the media..
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Realism and the Persistence of Memory with Jane Eckert and Eric Forstmann

Realism and the Persistence of Memory with Jane Eckert and Eric Forstmann

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Recorded: Thursday, July 21, 2016 Acclaimed painter Eric Forstmann and artists’ representative Jane Eckert, author, art historian, and founder of Eckert Fine Art, partake in an insightful conversation about art and the creative process. Perspectives on realism and the role of memory, meaning, and personal inspiration in art will be explored.
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