Weird and Incredible Arts
Art is a term that describes the extent of knowledge or perception difference in human activities and its products refers to the visual arts, covering the images of creations or objects in the field of arts like the printmaking, painting, sculpture, photography, Architectures which cover the creation of images or objects in fields of decorative arts, creating the objects where practical considerations of use are necessary, which are not very common like in paintings. Other definition of art are the Music, dance, film, theatre, literature, performing arts and other media like the interactive media.
Weird incredible Paintings
The different types of paint are commonly identified by the medium that the pigment is embedded in or suspended, and determine the general working characteristics and type of the paint, such as solubility (amount of a substance that can be dissolved), ( fluid “thickness” or “internal friction”), miscibility ( liquid mixed in all proportions) and drying time.
The process of painting with pigments (a substance used as coloring) that are bound with drying oil as a medium, especially the linseed oil (also known as flaxseed oil,is a clear and yellowish oil from the dried ripe seeds of the plant, Flax )used in Europe earlier is known as the oil painting. Often an oil such as linseed was boiled with a resin such as pine resin or even frankincense, which is also called the varnish used for the body and glossy.
A medium painting in the form of a stick, consisting of pure pigment powder and a binder is called Pastel painting. The pigments used in pastels are the same as those used to produce all colored art media, including oil pants, and the low saturation and neutral hue is called binder. The color effect of pastels is closer to the natural dry pigments than that of any other process.
The fast or quick drying paint containing pigment suspension in acrylic polymer emulsion, is known as the Acrylic paints can be diluted with water, but become water-resistant when dry. Depending on how much the paint is diluted (with water) or modified with acrylic gels, media, or pastes, the finished acrylic painting can resemble an oil painting or watercolor, or have its own characteristics which is unique and which other media do not achieved. The main practical difference between most acrylics and oil paints is the inherent drying time. Oils allow for more time to blend colors and apply even glazes over under paintings. This slow drying aspect of oil can be seen as an advantage for certain techniques, but in other regards it impedes the artist trying to work quickly.
The Watercolor is a method of painting in which the paints are made of pigments suspended in a water soluble vehicle. The paper is the most traditional and most common support for watercolor paintings, papyrus, bark papers, vellum, leather ,fabric, plastics, canvas and woods are the other supports. In East Asia, watercolor painting with inks is referred to as brush paintings and scroll paintings. In China, Korea and Japan paintings has been a dominant medium often in browns and black. While in India, Ethiopia and other countries have also long tradition. Fingerpainting originated in China using watercolor paints.
Ink Wash Painting
Ink paintings are done with a liquid with pigments or dyes, is commonly used in coloring the surfaces to produce a text, design and images. The Ink is used for drawing with a quill, brush and pen. Ink can be a complex medium, composed of solvents, pigments, dyes, resins, lubricants, solubilizer, surfactants, flourescers, particulate matters and other materials. The components of inks served many purposes, the carrier ink, colorants and other controlled additives flow and when dry, the thickness of the ink can be seen with its appearance. Ink wash painting, also called literati painting is a brush painting an East Asian using black ink instead of colorful oil, acrylic or water based paints, the same as used in East Asian calligraphy, in various designs. In different cultures in Asia, the name of ink wash paintings are known as shui-mo hua in Chinese, sumi-e or suibokuga in Japanese term, sumukhwa in Korean language and in Vietnamese language it is called tranh thuỷ mặc.
Charcoal Art Drawing/ Sketch
Hot wax or Encaustic painting
The hot wax painting otherwise called Encaustic painting , involves using heated beeswax and adding colored pigments. The paste or liquid is applied to the prepared wood surface, although other materials are used through the canvas.
The Fresco is any of several related types of mural painting, done on plaster on ceilings or walls. The word fresco comes from the word Italian, affresco which derives from the Latin word for “fresh”. Frescoes were often made during the Renaissance and other early time periods.The Buon fresco technique consists of painting in mixed pigment with water on a thin layer of wet, fresh,lime mortar or plaster, or intonaco the Italian word for plaster, is used. A secco painting, in contrast, is done on dry plaster (secco is “dry” in Italian). The pigments require a binding medium, such as glue, or oil, egg (tempera) to attach the pigment to the wall.
The Gouache is a water- based paint consisting of pigment and other materials designed to be used in an opaque painting method. Gouache differs from watercolor in that the particles are larger, the ratio of pigment to water is much higher, and an additional, inert, white pigment such as chalk is also present. This makes gouache heavier and more opaque, with greater reflective qualities and all water-media like painting is diluted with water.
Enamel Paintings or Vitreous enamel, also porcelain enamel
The Enamels are made by painting a substrate, typically metal, with frit, a type of powdered glass. Minerals called color oxides provide coloration.
The Spraypaint also called Aerosol paint is a type of paint that comes in a sealed pressurized container and is released in a fine spray mist when depressing a button valve. A form of aerosol paint or spray paint leaves a smooth, evenly coated surface.
Tempera painting is very long lasting, is also known as egg tempera, is a fast drying paint and permanent, medium consisting of colored pigment mixed with a water-soluble binder medium commonly a glutinous material such as egg yolk or some other size. Tempera also refers to the paintings done in this medium.
Water miscible oil paint
The water soluble or water-mixable otherwise known as water miscible-oil paints, is the modern oil paints variety, engineered to be cleaned up and thinned up with water, instead of using turpentine chemicals. As any traditional oil-based paints, it can be mixed and applied using the same techniques, but while still wet it can be effectively removed from brushes, palettes, and rags with ordinary water and soap. Its water solubility comes from the use of an oil medium where molecule ends has been altered to bind loosely to water molecules, as in a solution.
Amazing and weird sculptures
Sculpture is the branch of the visual arts operating in three dimensions, and the sculptural process have focused on modelling and carving, generally in wood, stone and metal, but since modernism (Modern thought, character, or practice) shifts in sculptural process have led to an almost complete freedom of materials and process.
The process of making artworks by printing on paper is known as the Printmaking, covering the process of creating prints wit original elements instead of just a reproduction of photographic of a painting. Prints are created by transferring ink from a matrix (created or the rock in which a crystal or fossil is embedded) or through a prepared screen to a sheet of paper or other material. Common types of matrices include: metal plates, usually copper or zinc, or polymer plates for engraving or etching,polymer for lithography, aluminum, stone, blocks of wood for woodcuts,wood engravings, and linoleum for linocuts. Screens made of silk or synthetic fabrics are used for the screen-printing process.
A Munich writer was the first to invent and discover Lithography arts.
Photoshop creation of funny, weird, bizarre images:
The practice of art science and creating images by recorded light or electromagnetic radiation chemically by means of a light-sensitive material such as photographic film, by means of an electronically image sensor. A lens is used to focus into the images from objects, with light reflecting or emitting on the light-sensitive surface inside a camera exposure time. The electrical charge result in an electronic image sensor at each pixel, which is electronically processed and stored in a “digital images file”for subsequent display or processing. The photographic emulsion result is an invisible latent image, which is later developed chemically into a visible image, either positive or negative depending on the purpose of the photographic material and the processing method. A negative image on film is traditionally used to photographically create a positive image on a paper base, known as a print, either by using an enlarger or by contact printing.
Origami, famous paper arts in Japan
The decorative arts is traditionally a term for the design and manufacture of functional objects, such as interior design, but not the usual architecture. The decorative arts are often categorized in opposition to the fine arts like painting, drawing, photography and sculpture. Decorative arts, or furnishings, may be fixed for wallpapers, or movable carpets and many more. The applied art includes decorative arts, graphic designs, and industrial design, overlapping with decorative art. In general the term “decorative art” is not much used of contemporary work, which tends to be called”design” which in art history terms are lesser arts or minor arts have been used which explains the contempt often expressed by those focused on ‘fine art’. A catch-all term for high-quality objects from the decorative arts is called the Objets d’art;
- Pottery or the Ceramic art
- Studio glass and stained glass is arts of glassware
- Engrave gems and Pietra dura work are Hardstone carving
Pietra Dura work
- Whitesmiths and Goldsmiths are metal work of art
- arts in Jewellery
- Bone carving and Ivory Carving
Arts of Textile
- Mosaic and Micromosaic arts
- Fold Forming