• Is abstract art just an excuse for bad artists?

    I mean I'm not saying I'm Jackson Pollock but cmon. There are like no standards for art anymore
    I mean I'm not saying I'm Jackson Pollock but cmon. There are like no standards for art anymore
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is Art getting worse?

    Best answer: The value of such things has decreased. Moments can be captured in a snap of a phone, architecture has become a commonplace manufactured item, music is all genre and opinion but the content coincides with a declining society. Religion also has something to do with it. Grandeur for a higher purpose, to please the... show more
    Best answer: The value of such things has decreased. Moments can be captured in a snap of a phone, architecture has become a commonplace manufactured item, music is all genre and opinion but the content coincides with a declining society. Religion also has something to do with it. Grandeur for a higher purpose, to please the gods. In a world that is growing atheistic, they don't have such ideals.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is graffiti art? Why or why not?

    12 answers · 1 month ago
  • Are white and black colors?

    Best answer: No, if by 'colour' we mean the optical effect of a specific light frequency (e.g. we see 650 nm wavelengths as red and 540 nm wavelengths as green). Black is the absence of any light at all, and white is the optical effect of a roughly equal mixture of all the visible wavelengths. Hence it is impossible to... show more
    Best answer: No, if by 'colour' we mean the optical effect of a specific light frequency (e.g. we see 650 nm wavelengths as red and 540 nm wavelengths as green).

    Black is the absence of any light at all, and white is the optical effect of a roughly equal mixture of all the visible wavelengths. Hence it is impossible to make either a black or a white laser. Lasers emit only one wavelength, so they can emit any true colour but cannot emit white, which is a mixture of wavelengths, or black as that is the absence of any.

    (So-called 'blacklights' actually emit ultra-violet, not black, light).
    10 answers · 1 month ago
  • Why are smart people doubtful?

    Best answer: Good smart people are aware that they don't know everything, and seek knowledge to decrease the gaps. As opposed to people whose confidence greatly outstrips their abilities. Great article on Dunning-Krueger on Wiki you should check out. Interesting reading, and it explains why so many clueless people are... show more
    Best answer: Good smart people are aware that they don't know everything, and seek knowledge to decrease the gaps. As opposed to people whose confidence greatly outstrips their abilities. Great article on Dunning-Krueger on Wiki you should check out. Interesting reading, and it explains why so many clueless people are blissfully unaware of their cluelessness.
    15 answers · 1 month ago
  • Going to a convention as a custom demon character. My uncle said he'd pay for it, but is Jehovah's Witness. What do I do?

    Best answer: Why not just go with Option B and avoid distressing your uncle?
    Best answer: Why not just go with Option B and avoid distressing your uncle?
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • How to become a famous painter/artist and get my work featured in galleries?

    I am a young amateur artist, I've started an instagram account. I want to be able to sell my artwork at extravagant prices, how do i go about getting my work featured in galleries and promoting myself towards getting famous and successful.
    I am a young amateur artist, I've started an instagram account. I want to be able to sell my artwork at extravagant prices, how do i go about getting my work featured in galleries and promoting myself towards getting famous and successful.
    8 answers · 2 months ago
  • Do JW actually get the credit for the first motion first major screenplay to incorporate synchronized sound, moving film, and color slides?

    Best answer: Author and film historian Tim Dirks described the “Photo-Drama” as the first major screenplay which incorporated synchronized sound (recorded speech), moving film, and magic lantern color slides. Films that preceded the “Photo-Drama” had used some of these techniques but not all of them in one presentation,... show more
    Best answer: Author and film historian Tim Dirks described the “Photo-Drama” as the first major screenplay which incorporated synchronized sound (recorded speech), moving film, and magic lantern color slides.

    Films that preceded the “Photo-Drama” had used some of these techniques but not all of them in one presentation, especially one with a Bible theme. And none had a greater audience totaling some nine million in North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand during the first year alone!

    The “Photo-Drama” premiered on January 11, 1914, in New York City.

    It encompassed the total picture from the creation of the stars to the glorious climax of Christ’s Thousand Year Reign.

    With precision timing, trained operators coordinated the presentation of two miles of film, 26 phonograph records, and some 500 glass slides

    Twenty individual “Photo-Drama” sets were used by teams throughout North America

    audiences packed out theaters to view the “Photo-Drama” free of charge. In the United States, up to 80 cities each day hosted the “Photo-Drama.” Many amazed viewers were seeing their first talking movie. Time-lapse photography enabled them to watch a chick peck its way out of its shell and a blossom gracefully unfold.

    The eight-hour “Photo-Drama” presentation, usually shown in four parts, featured 96 brief recorded Bible lectures narrated by a well-known speaker with one of the most recognizable voices of that era. Classical music accompanied many scenes. Skilled operators played the voice and music recordings on phonographs, synchronizing the sound with color slides and film reenactments of famous Bible stories.
    6 answers · 3 months ago
  • Can you get reproductions of gallery artworks?

    I understand that most major art galleries will not sell of original artwork to private citizens art any price.But suppose a well-off patron come across some artwork that they just"had to have"but at the same time understood that the original was not for sale.Would the gallery assist them in obtaining a... show more
    I understand that most major art galleries will not sell of original artwork to private citizens art any price.But suppose a well-off patron come across some artwork that they just"had to have"but at the same time understood that the original was not for sale.Would the gallery assist them in obtaining a reproduction of the work?
    4 answers · 4 months ago
  • I am a soon to be father and i make leather products as extra income. I was thinking of starting a leather range for fathers. Product ideas?

    I am a soon to be father and i make leather products as extra income. I was thinking of starting a leather range for fathers. Product ideas?

    Best answer: bicycle panniers(winter/rain proof), laptop case, belt for plates while doing pullups
    Best answer: bicycle panniers(winter/rain proof), laptop case, belt for plates while doing pullups
    8 answers · 5 months ago
  • Is it normal that im an adult and i find psychedelic type art and clothes the best?

    Best answer: No. It is not conventional, but your personal preferences are your own. Sort of like liking country music before 1960.
    Best answer: No. It is not conventional, but your personal preferences are your own. Sort of like liking country music before 1960.
    4 answers · 5 months ago
  • Why is it seemingly next to impossible to make money for the guy with the highest rated art on artfeedback.com?

    Hi I have the number one highest rated art on artfeedback.com for multiple works of art. My art tends to hover around the 4.4 to 4.8 out of 5 range. I uploaded it to yourartgallery.com a couple of weeks ago and now have 50 ish views for each one and still no one has bought a thing. According to the site I still... show more
    Hi I have the number one highest rated art on artfeedback.com for multiple works of art. My art tends to hover around the 4.4 to 4.8 out of 5 range. I uploaded it to yourartgallery.com a couple of weeks ago and now have 50 ish views for each one and still no one has bought a thing. According to the site I still have sold none at the cheap price that I'm selling them for (5 to 100 dollars). If I walk up to people and hound them for money for my art it's impossible to make a sale for over 5 dollars and it's pretty rare that I get as much as 2 dollars out of somebody... Is all art worthless or something? It's beginning to look like everyone f*cking hates me... Here's some of the art at this link and don't tell me my art secretly sucks like some of you on yahoo answers have 'cause that's bullsh*t if it sucked it wouldn't get the high score on art feedback.com. How is this fair? How is it that my art is essentially worth nothing and I have to live in dirt poor poverty living off of odsp and a small inheritence even though I'm the best artist of all time according to artfeedback.com. It's starting to look like it's impossible for me, Daniel Harrison, to make more than minimum wadge. I'm beginning to get close to punching mad here... https://www.yourartgallery.com/Daniel-Ja... how would you feel if your art was rated like that and people treated you like that? So many questions.. How am I supposed to make money??
    3 answers · 5 months ago
  • What font is this?

    What font is this?

    I was searching through the internet but i couldn't find this font. What is it called?
    I was searching through the internet but i couldn't find this font. What is it called?
    3 answers · 5 months ago