Also, here’s the link to the submission form:
Hello Everyone! WELCOME YOU ALL TO MY BLOG!!
Today, I am up with an interesting opportunity for art-lovers. Please do participate, even if you haven’t tried art, because I can guarantee you…talent has no boundaries..and it can come at any age.
In my story, I was a terrible student at drawing during my childhood. But, I practiced and see, I have made development, of some sort atleast.
So, I am back with a drawing competition.
Now, the basic rules are as follows:
1.) There is no age limit.
2.) Topic is open, you can choose any topic and draw art on it.
3.) Handmade and E-Art, both are acceptable.
4.) Try to submit your art within the given provided time.
5.) Plagiarism or cheating of any kind is not acceptable. Any candidate found cheating, will be disqualified.
Try to be original and BEST OF LUCK TO ALL!!
Other details are mentioned on the poster and in the video, still if any problem or query arises, you all are welcome to ask your doubts on Instagram or the given provided social media handles comments section.
Also here’s the link to submission form:
Hello Everyone! How are you all? Welcome you all to my blog and today we are going to discuss one of the most awaited topic, that is the art of color mixing.
So, without any further delay, let’s get started:
So, basically it is the art of mixing two colors and due to which a new color is obtained.
There are two types of color mixing:
1.) Additive Color Mixing: It is a process of creating a new color that adds one set of wavelengths to another set of wavelengths.
The commonly used additive primary colors are Red, Green and Blue, and if we overlap all three in effectively equal mixture, we will get white light as shown at the center.
2.) Subtractive Color Mixing: It is the process of mixing paints or colored material, so that the wavelengths are deleted from what we actually see.
The three subtractive primary colors are Cyan, Magenta and Yellow.
# Rule of Color Mixing: Don’t mix too much
Now, I am going to insert some pictures depicting color mixing.
That’s all for today!
First of all, I would like to apologize for my absence from WP from a few days. So, here I am presenting an art of mine, hoping you all will like it.
Being a woman is not easy,
To tackle with the world’s discrimination,
Justifying the family and society,
Of my capabilities,
But giving up hope is not what I will ever expect,
Instead, I will strive hard and prove my worth.
Copyright © Sakshi Shreya
All Rights Reserved
Far away from the selfish world,
I belong to a beautiful world,
where I am free from the curb,
and will find a gleeful path.
Copyright © Sakshi Shreya
All Rights Reserved
Hello and Welcome you all to my Blog. Today, I am going to discuss on a very common issue faced by students, especially in India. And the topic is, ” Why parents avoid career in Arts for their Child?”. Well, some of you will say, that whatever I am discussing today is purely based on old thoughts.
Now, the world has evolved, and now parents are friends to their children. Well, I will not disagree with your views, I too think that nowadays, the barrier of communication between parents and child has significantly reduced, and it is a good sign.
But, this isn’t the case everywhere, and at various places, even today, we are facing the problem. In many cases, the stress put on students is direct, but sometimes students do also face indirect stress i.e. the parents will say that they are not against their dreams, but will not be happy with their choice,which ultimately puts them on stress and they end up choosing a career in which they no interest.
But our main question is still left unanswered, so let me give you all an answer from my point of view.
Being a student myself, I can admit that this is a really serious issue and I have seen many taking up wrong choices in their life just for the sake of their parents happiness, and at last, when they are not able to handle the subject, they face depression.
I am not against parent’s thought, and I know and believe that they are the only person who only wish for our betterment right from our birth. So, where lies the problem?
The problem lies in the different approach and mentality of the two generation, primarily what we call, Generation Gap. Parents wish to see their child getting successful and not to commit the same mistakes they did while studying. Also, the society has the basic mentality construct, that Arts is the most underrated and a total time waste career choice, and in order to maintain dignity and present themselves as parents of a child from a successful ( in their point of view) and most respectable career field, this situation occurs.
So, this was my point of view, and I think it’s true, even though it sounds bitter. So, if you are a parent or a student, I hope you will be able to relate with this and bring out changes in your life.
Thank You ☺️
Hello, and Welcome you all to my Blog 🥳..Today, I am going to discuss an interesting topic which will fill colors in your life. Any Guesses?
Well…the topic is Color Wheel.
But, before starting the topic, I request you to see the previous post of mine, where I had mentioned of conducting a virtual imaginary interview session with poets from Let’s Talk About Poets Session which is being conducted on YouTube. You can ask any question to the poet, whatever that comes in your mind, and think it in a way that if that poet was in front of you..what would you ask? I’ll be the host of the session and will conduct in a fun way, so please drop as much questions you can ask.
So, now let’s get started:
To begin with, have you ever wondered how artists and designers find the perfect color combination easily, to present their art beautifully.
Maybe, many of you, will say that color combination is not a big deal, anybody can do it. Well, I won’t argue and will say you are right, you can now think of color combination easily because you all are aware of the Color Wheel Theory, but it wasn’t the case before.
Color Theory is a practical combination of art and science that’s used to determine what colors look good together.
Science+Art= Color Theory
Sounds interesting, right?
Colors that look good together are called to be in color harmony. It was invented by Isaac Newton in 1666, who then mapped the color spectrum onto a circle.
There are two types of color wheel. The RYB or Red, Yellow and Blue Color Wheel is typically used by Artists, as it helps with combining colors. The other RGB or Red, Green and Blue color wheel is designed for online use.
# WARM AND COOL COLORS: Color Wheel can also be divided into two categories, warm and cool colors.
The warmth or coolness of a color is also known as its color temperature. According to Color Psychology, different color temperatures evoke different feelings. For example – Warm Colors are said to bring energy and enthusiasm, while cool colors are associated with serenity and isolation.
Warm Colors are the colors from Red through to Yellow. These colors bring warmth, like the Sun. Cool colors are the colors from blue to green and purple. They bring coolness, like water.
Now, let’s get to know about some terms:
1.) Hue: Hue is basically any color on the color wheel.
2.) Saturation: It is the intensity or purity of the color.
3.) Luminance: It is the amount of brightness or light in a color.
4.) Shade: Shade is a hue or mixture of pure colors to which only black is added. It contains no white or grey.
5.) Tint: Tint is the hue or mixture of a color with white, which increases lightness.
6.) Tones: Tones is a hue or mixture of pure colors to which equal amounts of black and white are added, i.e. pure grey.
# Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Colors:
There are 12 main colors in the RGB Color Wheel.
4.) Chartreuse Green
6.) Spring Green
PRIMARY COLORS: In the RGB Color Wheel, these are the colors when added together, create pure white light.
Example- Red, Green and Blue
In the RYB Color Wheel, primary colors are those colors that can’t be mixed from other colors.
Example- Red, Yellow and Blue.
SECONDARY COLORS: These are the colors that result from mixing 2 primary colors.
In RGB Color Wheel, these are Cyan, Magenta and Yellow.
In RYB Color Wheel, these are purple( red mixed with blue), orange( red mixed with yellow) and green( yellow mixed with blue).
TERTIARY COLORS: These are the colors made by combining a secondary color with a primary color.
There are 6 tertiary colors.
In RGB Color Wheel, colors are:
Orange, Chartreuse Green, Spring Green, Azure, Violet and Rose.
In RYB Color Wheel, colors are:
3.) Yellow- Green
6.) Red- Violet
Well.. that’s all for today 😊
Hey Guys, how are you all?
Welcome to my blog’s another exciting post, and today, for the first time, I am going to do Blog Collaboration with a Super-awesome Blogger “Soni Di” from Soni’s Thoughts.
Doing a blog collaboration,was on my bucket list from a long time, but I wished to get this opportunity for the first time as a reward.
And see, my wish is fulfilled!!!🙈🙈
All thanks to Soni Di!!!🤗
I have earned this wish fulfilment by being one of the Top 9 winners from the contest conducted by Soni Di, a few days back.
Soni Di is a very meticulous and great Blogger. She is my inspiration and I have learnt many things from her.
So, you all should definitely visit and support her blog, here’s the link to the blog:
So, today, we are going to write a Tanka based on Arts.
So let’s get started:
# Soni Di’s Submission:
Grasping brush on hand…
Painting his fantasy…
speckles on canvas…
Artist pours his soul…
Well, how’s it Guys? I am damn sure you all will love it. Share your views in the comments section.
Now, it’s my turn:
# My Submission:
TITLE: Chroma of Art
Sundry hue of Art,
Impart abstract view to life,
Makes a soul refine,
Stippling and etching the skills,
Brings afflatus from myself.
Well, how’s it Guys? Share your thoughts in comments section.
Once again, thank you so much Soni Di, I am really grateful to you.🤗
And yeah, Guys, there is an announcement:
I’m on Instagram as @sakshishreya5388.
So, you Guys, can follow me there, to get latest updates about my posts.
That’s all for today,
Take Care and Stay Safe Guys 😊