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Click for full-size imageIn 2018 I started painting again. This was one of a series of acrylic sketches I did to relearn techniques and revisit my skills from art college.

Submitted by Alexander, 02/02/19
Click for full-size imageIn 2018 I started painting again. This was one of a series of acrylic sketches I did to relearn techniques and revisit my skills from art college.

Submitted by Alexander, 02/02/19
Click for full-size imageIn 2018 I started painting again. This was one of a series of acrylic sketches I did to relearn techniques and revisit my skills from art college.

Submitted by Alexander, 02/02/19
Click for full-size imageIn 2018 I started painting again. This was one of a series of acrylic sketches I did to relearn techniques and revisit my skills from art college.

Submitted by Alexander, 02/02/19
Click for full-size imageIn 2018 I started painting again. This was one of a series of acrylic sketches I did to relearn techniques and revisit my skills from art college.

Submitted by Alexander, 02/02/19
Click for full-size imageIn 2018 I started painting again. This was one of a series of acrylic sketches I did to relearn techniques and revisit my skills from art college.

Submitted by Alexander, 02/02/19
Click for full-size imageIn 2018 I started painting again. This was one of a series of acrylic sketches I did to relearn techniques and revisit my skills from art college.

Submitted by Alexander, 02/02/19
Click for full-size imageIn 2018 I started painting again. This was one of a series of acrylic sketches I did to relearn techniques and revisit my skills from art college.

Submitted by Alexander, 02/02/19
Click for full-size imageDoggybag/baggy_dog is an artist living and working in Barga, Italy. Click here to read about this piece in his own words.

Submitted by baggy_dog, 22/06/03
Click for full-size imageDoggybag/baggy_dog is an artist living and working in Barga, Italy. Click here to read about this piece in his own words.

Submitted by baggy_dog, 22/06/03
Click for full-size imageDoggybag/baggy_dog is an artist living and working in Barga, Italy. Click here to read about this piece in his own words.

Submitted by baggy_dog, 22/06/03
Click for full-size imageDoggybag/baggy_dog is an artist living and working in Barga, Italy. Click here to read about this piece in his own words.

Submitted by baggy_dog, 22/06/03
Click for full-size imageDoggybag/baggy_dog is an artist living and working in Barga, Italy. Click here to read about this piece in his own words.

Submitted by baggy_dog, 22/06/03
Click for full-size imageDoggybag/baggy_dog is an artist living and working in Barga, Italy. Click here to read about this piece in his own words.

Submitted by baggy_dog, 22/06/03
Click for full-size imageDoggybag/baggy_dog is an artist living and working in Barga, Italy. Click here to read about this piece in his own words.

Submitted by baggy_dog, 22/06/03
Click for full-size imageThis was more a fluke shot of the sun that turned out for the best. I was impressed by how well it worked out. Even thought there is a lot of empty space I feel that the sun flares and single set of trees has a very alone feel to it.

Submitted by Assassin13, 22/06/03
Click for full-size imageThis is the shot of a crab apple tree outside of my house. I used thirds and rather than having the foreground directly in the middle I moved it to the left and let the rest fall out of focus.

Submitted by Assassin13, 22/06/03
Click for full-size imageDoggybag/baggy_dog is an artist living and working in Barga, Italy. Click here to read about this piece in his own words.

Submitted by baggy_dog, 22/06/03
Click for full-size imageDoggybag/baggy_dog is an artist living and working in Barga, Italy. Click here to read about this piece in his own words.

Submitted by baggy_dog, 22/06/03
Click for full-size imageDoggybag/baggy_dog is an artist living and working in Barga, Italy. Click here to read about this piece in his own words.

Submitted by baggy_dog, 22/06/03
Click for full-size imageI truly believe that Vancouver has one of the most beautiful cityscapes. This photo was taken late in the afternoon. The way the sun was hitting the water almost brought me to tears. I think that someone should make this into a postcard that promotes our beautiful city.

Submitted by dot, 21/06/02
Click for full-size imageMy mom once told me she felt like the leaf in this photograph and asked me if I could name the photo after her.

Submitted by dot, 21/06/02
Click for full-size imageI took this photograph in North Vancouver, by the water. These birds are everywhere, all the time. If you are standing in the middle of a crowd of these birds, you realize just how horrid they are. The photo I took actually makes the birds look respectable and that's why I like it.

Submitted by dot, 21/06/02
Click for full-size imageThis is a little photomanipulation thingy, I whipped up during my study for a Psychology Exam. Just felt like doing something else than reading, so I came up with this.

Submitted by Scab, 16/06/02
Click for full-size image"New Orleans at Night" Acrylics on Canvas. I recently saw a shot of Bourbon street in New Orleans. I liked the shot enough that I wanted to paint something like it, to sort of reproduce the feelings the photograph gave me. I want to go to New Orleans myself and do another painting in the same vein.

Submitted by Spooky, 23/08/02
Click for full-size imageThis art reminds me of the center of the universe with everything having a link to it, representing all the incoming colours to the center.

Submitted by MortisDeus, 01/02/03
Click for full-size imageThey were done for an exhibition a couple of years ago . They asked for something to so with the summer. They are mixed media and oil paint on metal advertising boards - for ice cream.

Submitted by baggy_dog, 28/04/02
Click for full-size imageThey were done for an exhibition a couple of years ago . They asked for something to so with the summer. They are mixed media and oil paint on metal advertising boards - for ice cream.

Submitted by baggy_dog, 28/04/02
Click for full-size imageThey were done for an exhibition a couple of years ago . They asked for something to so with the summer. They are mixed media and oil paint on metal advertising boards - for ice cream.

Submitted by baggy_dog, 28/04/02
Click for full-size imageThey were done for an exhibition a couple of years ago . They asked for something to so with the summer. They are mixed media and oil paint on metal advertising boards - for ice cream.

Submitted by baggy_dog, 28/04/02
Click for full-size imageThey were done for an exhibition a couple of years ago . They asked for something to so with the summer. They are mixed media and oil paint on metal advertising boards - for ice cream.

Submitted by baggy_dog, 28/04/02
Click for full-size imageThey were done for an exhibition a couple of years ago . They asked for something to so with the summer. They are mixed media and oil paint on metal advertising boards - for ice cream.

Submitted by baggy_dog, 28/04/02
Click for full-size imageThey were done for an exhibition a couple of years ago . They asked for something to so with the summer. They are mixed media and oil paint on metal advertising boards - for ice cream.

Submitted by baggy_dog, 28/04/02
Click for full-size imageThey were done for an exhibition a couple of years ago . They asked for something to so with the summer. They are mixed media and oil paint on metal advertising boards - for ice cream.

Submitted by baggy_dog, 28/04/02
Click for full-size imageThey were done for an exhibition a couple of years ago . They asked for something to so with the summer. They are mixed media and oil paint on metal advertising boards - for ice cream.

Submitted by baggy_dog, 28/04/02
Click for full-size imageThey were done for an exhibition a couple of years ago . They asked for something to so with the summer. They are mixed media and oil paint on metal advertising boards - for ice cream.

Submitted by baggy_dog, 28/04/02
Click for full-size imageThey were done for an exhibition a couple of years ago . They asked for something to so with the summer. They are mixed media and oil paint on metal advertising boards - for ice cream.

Submitted by baggy_dog, 28/04/02
Click for full-size imageThis piece was inspired by Andy Warhol's famous 'marilyn monroe' piece in which the same picture is used several times to create a pattern. If you look closely, you'll realise there's a lot going on here with the detailed background against the simple pixelated images create a convergence which I thought would be nice to experiment with. It was created in Photoshop and took me 5 hours to perfect.

Submitted by EEP, 15/04/02
Click for full-size imageThis is a flyer design for a club night i'm setting up. The basic concept i had was for the DJ as Puppetmaster, controlling the dancefloor. The computer modelled figures and hands were rendered in Poser (a fairly easy to use 3D package), and these were montaged with a photo of myself wearing headphones in Photoshop, where I also produced the graphics/logo. Due to cash constraints the flyers are being copied in black and white, but i figured that would be the case so designed it fairly contrasted in the first place.

Submitted by Darkstream, 05/04/02
Click for full-size imageThis is again from the 'Faces of Death' cycle. In this piece, the mottled effect was produced by flicking turpentine at the image once it was smeared into the ink.

Submitted by Alexander, 03/04/02
Click for full-size imageA year or so ago I undertook a study entitled 'Faces of Death'. I produced a quite substantial body of work concerning corpses, and faces in particular. I concentrated mainly on victims of murder. This image was produced by rolling a thick layer of ink onto a steel plate and rubbing, scratching and soaking it off with turps. The plate was then pressed onto paper, and this is the result.

Submitted by Alexander, 03/04/02
Click for full-size imageThis is in response to the poem 'Business Girls' by John Betjeman. It's ink washes. I was attempting to depict the grime and toil of the subject matter by using a widely recognised symbol of business life - the train.

Submitted by Alexander, 03/04/02
Click for full-size imageThis was an illustration for a poem called 'Edmonton, thy cemetary' by Stevie Smith. It's ink and pen on wet paper, a technique I was using quite extensively at the time.

Submitted by Alexander, 03/04/02
Click for full-size imageI done it in pencil on cotton bond 8 1/2" by 11" in November of 90. I call it "Self Portrait". That's me in the gas mask.

Submitted by Jackwright, 03/04/02
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This is a little photomanipulation thingy, I whipped up during my study for a Psychology Exam. Just felt like doing something else than reading, so I came up with this.


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Hmph

80s candy bars were pretty good

only because i traded it for a candy bar in the 80's.

lol we all know you don't have a soul ghoti

my soul for some carbs...

But of course!

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