Thursday, August 9, 2012

Impressionists


Image: A quickie image done using the bemomo interactive tool utilizing the bubbles and lines schemes

Get a brush on
The virtual kind?
Interactive locations
One so refined?
Just a demonstration
Got a good find?
Am in luck,man!
What kind of versions
Bubbles and lines
Good for this occasion?
One so sublime
Ideal solution?
Akin to fine wine
Get a move on then
Never you mind!

In keeping with Claudia’s suggestion we are to mock the impressionists that she saw. It was deft loose brush strokes with a touch of shade and lights, done quickly without much time on details . If it’s not perfect it doesn’t  really matter. That was what I did within 10 mins for an impressionist image above ( so  I think) 

Written for Claudia's Impressionistic writings for a quick impressionist image and verse in d'Verse's Meeting the Bar

19 comments:

  1. "Akin to fine wine"
    I saw all of he images, but I liked this one the best because at that point the narrator gets intoxicated and backs off! Cool.

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  2. Cool you took to the paint and to the words...making art out of thin air..out of silence, out of really nothing at all. And quite fine art in form and words together!

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  3. Impressive. Tight and rhythmic. Nice.

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  4. akin to fine wine...i def. agree..smiles

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  5. SUSAN
    Your interpretation is superb. Didn't think of it myself!

    GAY
    Exactly! Out of thin air! I didn't even know where to start. It got on somehow.

    MARGE
    Thanks!

    JERRY
    That's right! Not to go into details!

    CLAUDIA
    I tried. Looks like it's ok!

    JOHN
    Thanks!


    Hank

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  6. ha fun man...i love art and it can def affect you like wine if you stare at it long enough...there is a point i def need to leave the museum...smiles.

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  7. Love all the colours in the pic but, your impression is better. The bubbles made me smile.
    Nice capture Hank

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  8. It's like listening in on a happy discussion.

    That's a beautiful picture. Reading the poem, and looking at the picture -- it lends life to what seems like a map or radar map with blips and circles; the rectangles could represent locations. :) Very cool.

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  9. Modern art, they call it...but classic design in writing about it...

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  10. Yes it can surely leave you in a funk
    And make you feel quite drunk

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  11. The words and image are fused very effectively here, Hank--it is bubbly and pours out fast. Loved it.

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  12. I envy those of you who have the tech skills to figure out those creative programs. Somehow this poem/image made me think of celebration and champagne.

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  13. BRIAN
    Thanks! It's ok then.

    BREN
    Thanks Ma'am!

    RAVENBLACK
    Very good interpretations! You talk like a military personnel.

    kkkkaty
    Yes, sometimes it goes in contrasts

    Pat
    That you just may
    Fine wine makes you sway

    JOY
    It's bubbly! It works fast

    Victoria
    It worked wonders! Very much so!


    Hank

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  14. the conversation is rather impressionist...so they are talking about something impressionist, and probably their relationship is the same - splash, colors, moods....


    foam

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  15. Wow! I must say I'm impressed!

    I can't do anything in 10 minutes, let alone a charming poem and drawing. Nice work.

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  16. Ha ha. This was fun. Thank you.

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