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HOW TO MAKE YOUR ART LOOK NICE: Color Harmony by trotroy on DeviantArt ★ || CHARACTER DESIGN REFERENCES (https://www.facebook.com/CharacterDesignReferences & https://www.pinterest.com/characterdesigh) • Love Character Design? Join the #CDChallenge (link→ https://www.facebook.com/groups/CharacterDesignChallenge) Share your unique vision of a theme, promote your art in a community of over 30.000 artists! || ★

HOW TO MAKE YOUR ART LOOK NICE: Color Harmony by trotroy on DeviantArt ★ || CHARACTER DESIGN REFERENCES (https://www.facebook.com/CharacterDesignReferences & https://www.pinterest.com/characterdesigh) • Love Character Design? Join the #CDChallenge (link→ https://www.facebook.com/groups/CharacterDesignChallenge) Share your unique vision of a theme, promote your art in a community of over 30.000 artists! || ★

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Ellora Caves: Cave temples of India  In the Indian state of Maharashtra is the village of Ellora with 34 amazing caves, carved into the mountain Charanandri vertical surface. Ellora – the official World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The caves consist of 12 Buddhist, 17 Hindu and 5 Jain temples and monasteries built during the period from VI to X vek.Eti cave – a sign of religious harmony that prevailed in India during this period. Ellora Caves.

Ellora Caves: Cave temples of India In the Indian state of Maharashtra is the village of Ellora with 34 amazing caves, carved into the mountain Charanandri vertical surface. Ellora – the official World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The caves consist of 12 Buddhist, 17 Hindu and 5 Jain temples and monasteries built during the period from VI to X vek.Eti cave – a sign of religious harmony that prevailed in India during this period. Ellora Caves.

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Breaking the rules in Art

In the history of Art, many Artists did choose at one point to deliberately break the rules of their time, rules about composition, perceptive, narration, etc…

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"'4 Part Harmony in Pink'" Created by Milon Townsend One of a Kind Kiln cast using an ancient and innovative process called ceromancy, hot wax is carefully poured into cold water to create the shimmering organic patterns that flow from the figures within the panel. The figures were created by flameworking glass in a torch, and making a mold of that figure from which to make wax figures for inclusion in the artwork.

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THis may not have been painted in Texas, but it looks exactly like my Grandparents place. So beautiful. By E. Lamasure, c. 1910

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