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What  is art?

What is art?

In Washington DC, I visited the Smithsonian American Art Museum. My favorite piece in the whole museum was an installation called “Please Do Not Enter.” Excuse me sir, This is not an exhibit. This is exhibit that closed two days ago. This is not art work. What? Art work is over here. This is not

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Artist uses visual projection to change people’s faces

Artist uses visual projection to change people’s faces

We’ve all heard the saying painting on a smile – well one Japanese artist has taken that phrase to a whole new level. Nobumichi Asai has found a way to project and map expressions onto people’s faces, effectively creating a facial mask. He and his team displayed their three-dimensional facial projection mapping system to a

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The Art of Ink: Japanese

– [Taki] I think I’ve always been creative. I’ve always liked drawing. I’ve liked creating things. You know, I’ve been tattooed now more years than I haven’t. I’ve been tattooing for almost two decades. I think it’s wonderful that people all over the world can relate to this art form. – [Luke] I do feel

Visualizing Japan (1850s-1930s) | HarvardX and MITx on edX | Course About Video

Visualizing Japan (1850s-1930s) | HarvardX and MITx on edX | Course About Video

SPEAKER: First, in Visualizing Japan, we’ll follow Japan’s westernization and the visual history of Commodore Perry’s expedition. Next we’ll look into the first major social protest, using images of the Hibiya riot. And finally, we’ll examine modernity through the Shiseido company archives. Next in Visualizing Postwar Tokyo, we’ll discover the way Tokyo was rebuilt and

Posing and Clothing!|Japanese PRO Animator Advice on Subscriber Art

Posing and Clothing!|Japanese PRO Animator Advice on Subscriber Art

I like that the wrinkles tell you a lot about the jacket material The shape of the body was like this Now you can tell it’s on the body In reality it would look looser but in this case if you have the waist tighter, it would look more realistic Thank you for coming! -Hello