Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Artistic Backgrounds


Backgrounds, where would we be without them? There essential to all artwork, production sets, and screen savers. I know it's not that exciting. However,  I was not sure how I would incorporate all these random images of backgrounds and backdrops. More artists and real art posts on the way. I hope this art speaks to you and gives you pleasure.

A Background for the Russian Nutcracker ballet
A Background of a scene in Disney's Pinocchio
A Background of a scene in Disney's Pinocchio
Water Color of the Ocean

A Background in Scooby-Doo "Tiki Scare is no Fair"

Monday, February 3, 2014

I'm on Pinterest

  Hello people I don't know who love my blog! I've been on a Pinterest for a while now. It's basically  a continuation of my blog. If you enjoy my blog I think you will also enjoy my Pinterest account. Particularly: my craft board, art board, and boards on many of the artists I have blogged about here.
You can also uncover other artist, illustrator, and craft websites. I also want to say thank you for all the visitors I've had. The numbers are growing everyday as well as the number of global viewers. I love it! Thanks again!


Long Live the Art of Queens!

  Queens are great art subjects for fairy-tale illustrators. They can be evil villains or gracious royals that are devoted to their kingdom. They are all beautiful, wise, and powerful in their own way. From paintings of monarchs to fairytales to a deck of cards, the presence of queens in art is very vast.  Here are a few:

By: Brittney Lee