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Posted Jul 18, '12 at 11:07am

daleks

daleks

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You are in the wilderness. What are you painting?

Wilderness. Cause I cannot paint/draw unless I am looking at something. So probably a river.

 

Posted Jul 18, '12 at 2:21pm

goumas13

goumas13

4,487 posts

Q.2 You are in the wilderness. What are you painting?

Buildings/skyscrapers. Because frankly, I am obsessed with architecture. I just love drawings of buildings.

 

Posted Jul 19, '12 at 5:01am

Cenere

Cenere

12,941 posts

Knight

Let's see.
For the first half an hour I would try to draw this:
http://i428.photobucket.com/albums/qq1/Cerene_Cerine/2-4.jpg
The wilderness. Well, as wild as it comes in DK. I need the practice, so I would try hard to get it right and stuff.
Then, after that half an hour, I would be entirely out of patience (and self respect, and self esteem...) so I would probably kick a rock and go home, or alternately, kick a rock and draw the usual crap that ends up in my sketch book:
http://i428.photobucket.com/albums/qq1/Cerene_Cerine/1-6.jpg
Yes, that is an actual page from my sketch book, no, it doesn't get better than that, nor was it draw to illustrate anything for this discussion, as much as selected because it was the least offensive of the sketches.

So, as introspective as it might be, I would try to improve, fail and then draw some stupid sketches of various kinds.

 

Posted Jul 21, '12 at 7:51pm

Gantic

Gantic

7,024 posts

Moderator

I'd see what I can get out of a sunrise over snow and try to capture that moment before it is fully day time. I like the openness without all of the vegetation somewhere between almost featureless ocean and forest. A lake or pond would do well also. Sunrise because it's my favorite time of day.

I need the practice, so I would try hard to get it right and stuff.

What do you mean "get it right"?

 

Posted Jul 23, '12 at 8:27am

Cenere

Cenere

12,941 posts

Knight

What do you mean "get it right"?

My ability to draw realism is... stunted at best. So, I would do my best to draw what I am seeing, and not what I would rather be drawing, since reality is hard to duplicate.

 

Posted Jul 23, '12 at 6:16pm

GhostOfMatrix

GhostOfMatrix

11,692 posts

Knight

Depending on what's in front of me, I'd try to replicate the Alice in Wonderland wilderness. Such as if there's a tree to my right, flowers below, and pond to my left, I'd try to replace those with AiW features. Probably add in some of the characters as well, like Cheshire and Absolem.

 

Posted Aug 2, '12 at 7:32pm

Gantic

Gantic

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Not self-reflexion. Back to your perception of others.

Q.3 You are eating ice cream in the passenger seat of a car moving at near light speed. The driver is a previous poster reading a book while the car. There is a dog painting pictures of a previous poster in the backseat. You turn on the radio and hear a previous poster. What genre is the book? What is the style of painting? What is genre of music?

 

Posted Aug 3, '12 at 12:56am

Salvidian

Salvidian

3,950 posts

Incredible question. Pretty unique.

Gantic
Genre of book: I see a Shakespearean romantic novel, such as Romeo & Juliet. You have always seemed like the dramatic type that tried to make every word count.

Style of painting: The painting would be on a highly gesso oil canvas. This creates a calming look. The painting would be of a schoolhouse on a grassy prairie, most likely around the year 1850. This is reflected by your, what I assume, insatiable lust for knowledge. It is also reflected by your calming nature.

Genre of music: Classical. By now you must undoubtedly think I consider you a history-buff, which a twist of imagination thrown in. If so, then you are correct!

Daleks
Genre of book: I see an adventure story, with a sappy ending where the hero kills the bad guy and gets the girl. In you, I see a conservative person that never strays away from what is expected of him. However, I don't think you realize you do this; it is so subliminal you don't even realize you're doing it right now.

Style of painting: A basic portrait with the cross-hatching markmaking technique. It creates a bold, yet defined look. Again, you seem to be fairly conservative, yet you try to be different.

Genre of music: Rock music. Mainly popular, new bands, simply because you're trying to go with the flow. There's probably some pop, rap, and country thrown in, but it's still mainly rock music because you're a male teenager.

Santi_
Genre of book: A mystery novel, but with horrific traits; much like a Stephen King book. I probably think this because of your enigmatic personality. Much like daleks, you don't try to be this way. It is merely your way.

Style of painting: Very, very dark, with some extremely vibrant colors in spots. Again, this is due to your enigmatic personality, but at times you seem to be very vibrant and personable.

Genre of music: Jazz, because you seem to be a very cool person, with a nice sway. A lot of percussion because it has such a wide range of sounds; you seem to have a capability for a wide range of feeling.

Cenere
Genre of book: A highly accredited, old, tossed out informational handbook. By no means am I calling you outdated, but at one time you were extremely popular, but it seems as though the newer people aren't aware of who you are. In society this could reflect off of children. You are pretty wise in the workings of the site, but are combined with strong sarcasm for being, well, old. :P

Style of painting: An old portrait of a turn-of-the-century man, hung in a museum in another country. Your stories are rumored, but many people only know you for these rumors, or in this case, this one portrait. Portraits can only display the emotion the person was feeling at the time.

Genre of music: I haven't the slightest idea. A bit of everything, I suppose, as you probably like to experience everything offered to you.

murasaki9
Genre of book: A Romanticism poetry book. Need I say more? I mean, you are the definition of the girly-girl. Your into poetry, love God, and are a pink unicorn.

Style of painting: An oil canvas of a fantastical castle of yesteryear. This is reflected by your typical personality of love, poetry, and medieval times. The oil canvas is hinted by your mystery to me.

Genre of music: Pop. You seem to go with the flow most often. Not much else to say. :/

GhostOfMatrix
Genre of book: A autobiography of a respected person. Being written by yourself, you may have tried to get what you really mean out to the public in your own words. Often looked at as the sole business man, you wanted to show that you are more.

Style of painting: Another portrait, painted by your closest friend, to get the public to know you better. Possibly painted during a presidential race, or some other major competitive event.

Genre of music: Couldn't say. You probably wouldn't really have any liking of music, other than quiet works that you can use to reflected upon yourself.

jeol
Genre of book: An action book mainly to keep your sporadic personality in check, because you are pretty hyper- or at least seem hyper- a lot of the time. Action seems to be right up your alley, because it looks like you enjoy video games.

Style of painting: A wide range of colors, dark and bright, are needed to explain exactly what you're feeling. Your thoughts are probably pretty deep, and complex. The painting itself would be of a far-away land you conjured up in you own mind, with fantastical creatures and impossible story lines.

Genre of music: Electronic and fast, mainly to keep up with your darting thoughts and racing mind. Sometimes slower music is necessary to calm your nerves down, but you most likely don't feel it as necessitous.

Freakenstein
Genre of book: A comedic parody of modern-day full of satirical jokes at famous people'es expense. A lot would have to be known in order to understand what the book is trying to say, and "shallow" people wouldn't understand it.

Style of painting: Really, a faded picture of a kid criticizing his parents. Not necessarily thinking he is better than them, but merely for correcting their stupidity, but in such a medium where he forgets who he is.

Genre of music: I couldn't say. Sorry. Everything, if I had to make a guess.

goumas13
Genre of book: A happy-go-lucky story about an ancient warrior defeating a monstrous demon, while conquering his own fears along the way. Much like Homer's Odysseus. I guess I see this because of you poetic talent and your Minotaur Armatar, which I have never seen you change.

Style of painting: An old, mysterious painting of a ceremony. Similar to the Egyptian's heirogryphical (Spelling?) work, it shows things that no one can understand but himself. He is the last of his kind.

Genre of music: Tasteless in the eyes of many, your genre of music is something you only like, and you chose it to be this way because you wanted it to be your own, which is reflecting of your personality, which, as I see, is somewhat controlling, but only controlling in what you want. You do what you want.

Phew!

 

Posted Aug 6, '12 at 8:49am

jeol

jeol

3,565 posts

Ar mah garsh, so many contests now, and I'm failing at entering all of them >:

Q.2 You are in the wilderness. What are you painting?

Bunnies, of course. Bunnies, while reflecting on my wild adventures before I arrived at AG. In fact, I'm painting a gigantic bunny haven.

Q.3 You are eating ice cream in the passenger seat of a car moving at near light speed. The driver is a previous poster reading a book while the car. There is a dog painting pictures of a previous poster in the backseat. You turn on the radio and hear a previous poster. What genre is the book? What is the style of painting? What is genre of music?

I'm going to randomly choose people from this thread in my head, since I don't know half of them as well as I'd like and the rest as well as they deserved, and all of them enough to be able to write on them this segment.

Cenere's Genre of Music: Indie Folk, like the Fleet Foxes.
Cenere's Style of Painting: The painting would be dark, foggy, and unclear. Somewhere in the painting there is a dark silhouette of a person with a ponytail; man or woman, undefinable. The light behind this person is rather weak, but the fact that there is any light coming from anywhere is certainly confounding.
Cenere's Genre of Book: Something like an old Tome. Dust gathered on the tops of the pages. Of what is written in the book stretches from old stories filled with excitement and fun to philosophies of old and a logician's thoughts on current events.

Sal's Genre of Music: Something soothing and relaxing to something that's a little rocky. Perhaps some sort of electronic music.*
Sal's Style of Painting: It is certainly a little more diverse than most paintings I've seen, but seems to be, as far as I can tell, a mix of reds, greens, blues, and yellows over a white canvas, but black and grays are also intertwined with the colors. As far as I can tell, this is a simple piece of modern art, but may have a much deeper meaning.
Sal's Genre of Book: Something with action. Perhaps it is a thriller. The cover tells me that it is probably something involving the 'being chased' type of book. At second glance, it may even be non-fiction.

*lawlz, I said that trying so hard not to say the word 'Gorillaz'.

I may come back and do some more later, but this has already taken up a majority of the short time I had to write this.

Genre of music: Electronic and fast, mainly to keep up with your darting thoughts and racing mind. Sometimes slower music is necessary to calm your nerves down, but you most likely don't feel it as necessitous.

Wow. Sadly, but truthfully so. This is what I'm listening to. I may listen to this later, since I feel like it.

 

Posted Aug 6, '12 at 10:57pm

daleks

daleks

3,232 posts

@Sal(don't read if going to review me)
Got me pretty much right for the book. Happy endings are good. But sometimes I like a good story that leaves you with a question at the end.

Drawing. Ya. I like simple.

Music, I like everything. Country is my favorite.

Now to do Cen:
Book: a story of a man that flies to California and kills all the admins so he can leave happy.
Music:Death Metal, listens to it has he kills all the admins
Painting:Baroque(probably spelled wrong), shows man killing game developers.

Well that was fun.

 
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