Always Updated Art Sharing Thread
Let's make this a continually-updated art-sharing space.
The goal of this thread is to encourage artists (or just, Y'know, casual art-makers) to create on at least a WEEKLY basis, and to share the work with other VegWebbers for critique, praise, and whathaveYou. You can post Your stuff with a disclaimer like "critique not desired" if You don't want any comments on it, or You can specifically ask for advice from others on how the work can be improved.
But most of all, I'd just love to see what We all come up with each week!
Consider this an "open-house" style gallery space: You can come and go as You please, share Your work as often or as little as You want, but there will always be something new to see/discuss at least every week....hopefully more. :)
I'm thinking this sould just be a free-for-all in which anybody is free to post whatever s/he desires at her/his leisure, leaving the possibility of discussion open at all times.....
In addition, though, We could also have weekly "assignments", for anyone who wants to participate..? Something with a common theme... the Style and Medium are up to the individual, and there's no limit to the number of entries You can post.
...and everyone should submit her/his work by, say, next Friday... not so much as a "deadline," but rather to set a time in which discussion/critique may be opened up for everyone to talk about what's been submitted. Late entries are always welcome, of course. ;)b
But again, I want people to feel free to post anytime at all. Have fun!!
I've been playing around with amateur photography. I've been trying to get a good picture of the moon. Today, in the evening, the moon was perfect. It was a full moon and yellow, with great wintry scenery. Sadly, I didn't have the camera to capture the awesomeness. When I got home at night, the moon was struttin' its stuff. Haha! Anyhow, I have a question. Is there a something I can do to capture the moon's craters?
Example 1) Here's the moon on a non-full moon night:
Example 2) Here's the moon on a full moon night:
I know the craters can be captured in the picture...but how?