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by cookster » Apr 14th, '06, 00:32

Art. Any artists on here? Anybody dig art?

I paint and draw.

Heres some of my things i've done

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Nothing extraordinary but I enjoy it.

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Apr 14th, '06, 00:33
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by cookster » Apr 14th, '06, 00:33

Whoa. It looks really blurry and digital when I post it on this forum. Here is the link to all of it in a fresher state

http://photobucket.com/albums/b147/TheCookster/art

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by rabbit » Apr 14th, '06, 00:45

well I'm a stencilist, I make lots of stencils :wink: Here are some of them (they're all my own, altho I HAVE seen some that use similar pictures and look alike, but at risk of sounding cocky- mine are better!)
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Apr 14th, '06, 09:46
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by cookster » Apr 14th, '06, 09:46

Ooo cool. Do you ever use an airbrush?

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by teaspoon » Apr 14th, '06, 10:00

Great stuff, cookster and rabbit! I have always loved to draw, though I haven't done much of it in a while. I also am into sewing, crochet, and even a little bit of knitting. School takes far too much time away from being creative.

~tsp

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by rabbit » Apr 14th, '06, 10:06

cookster wrote:Ooo cool. Do you ever use an airbrush?


nope, neva... just spraypaint, sometimes pencil, and very very rarely do I paint.

thanks teaspoon. :D

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by jzero » Apr 14th, '06, 12:44

Hey Cookster, I like the pipe one...although I don't get the inscription.

I'll buy it from you, though :)

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by cookster » Apr 14th, '06, 13:44

It says this is not a pipe in French. It was originally done by Rene' Magritte.

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by jzero » Apr 14th, '06, 14:33

cookster wrote:It says this is not a pipe in French. It was originally done by Rene' Magritte.


I was more wondering not at what it says as much as what it means - is it just a "This statement is false" kind of thing?

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by Richard » Apr 14th, '06, 14:50

It's not a pipe. It's a painting of a pipe!

Actually in this case we have a computer screen displaying a digital photo of a copy of a painting of a pipe. Magritte's thing is a comment on (insert long, onoxious babbling about the slippage between the signifier and the signified). Foucault wrote a book-length essay about it.

Nice digital photo of etc., though! :)

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by Kestrel » Apr 14th, '06, 17:56

I love that painting by Magritte. There's always something about the idea behind it that I find refreshing.

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by cookster » Apr 14th, '06, 19:25

Rabbit, you should try an airbrush sometime. You can do some seriously awesome stuff with them.

jzero wrote:
cookster wrote:It says this is not a pipe in French. It was originally done by Rene' Magritte.


I was more wondering not at what it says as much as what it means - is it just a "This statement is false" kind of thing?


Oh my bad. Yeah like already stated its a painting of a pipe. :P

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by peachaddict » Apr 14th, '06, 21:06

Cookster, Rabbit, you guys are great.

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by Warden Andy » Apr 14th, '06, 21:17

Cookster, did you draw a few of those drawings in a drawing class? I remember when I had to draw my shoe...

I need to get some of my drawings and paintings online. Although I want to draw some better stuff since most of it is drawn in a drawing class, and is not that great.

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by rabbit » Sep 22nd, '06, 14:38

I drew this the other day, I really know nothing about art or drawing people, this is the first person I've ever drawn, so let me know what you think.

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(CLICK HERE to see the larger more detailed version)

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