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"Leaf veins and texture" by Martyn Franklin -- a beautiful capture of the texture and detail. photography ‘Leaf veins and texture’ by Martyn Franklin Pattern Photography, Texture Photography, Abstract Photography, Photography Ideas, Levitation Photography, Experimental Photography, Close Up Photography, Exposure Photography, Winter Photography

3 Ways To Search For Interesting Textures

Forget the grand scale of things. It’s time for you to look at objects closer, much closer. Capture intriguing shots of surfaces by focusing on their textures.

nature art Artist Joanna Wirazka uses fallen leaves as canvases to create beautiful landscapes artworks Arte Gcse, Art Et Nature, Nature Artwork, Nature Artists, Gcse Art Sketchbook, Sketchbook Ideas, Creative Landscape, Landscape Design, Watercolor Art

Artist uses fallen leaves as canvases to create beautiful landscapes artworks

It's that wonderful time of year again when the leaves turn red, golden and brown and gather in enticing piles at the side of our streets, all ready t...

Fractal branching patterns in nature - Backlit, Close Up Of A Smoke Tree Leaf Joe Petersburger Amo los fractales ♡♥ Natural Form Art, Natural Texture, Leaf Texture, Plant Texture, Natural Design, Natural Man, Natural Shapes, Free Photography, Macro Photography

Backlit, Close Up Of A Smoke Tree Leaf by Joe Petersburger

Backlit, Close Up Of A Smoke Tree Leaf is a photograph by Joe Petersburger which was uploaded on April 30th, 2018. The photograph may be purchased as wall art, home decor, apparel, phone cases, greeting cards, and more. All products are produced on-demand and shipped worldwide within 2 - 3 business days.

Supreme Portrait Drawing with Charcoal Ideas. Prodigious Portrait Drawing with Charcoal Ideas. 3d Drawings, Drawing Sketches, Pencil Drawings, Contour Drawings, Sketching, Drawing Drawing, Drawing Faces, Stylo Art, Natural Form Art

bell pepper - charcoal. Note the different directions of the marks and lines to…

Sacred Geometry in nature. Experiments with the golden ratio / Note spiral pattern in view of dandelion seeds. Fractals In Nature, Spirals In Nature, Natural Structures, Natural Forms, Foto Macro, In Natura, Spiral Pattern, Art Graphique, Patterns In Nature

Experiments with the golden ratio, top view of dandelion seeds..

Picture of Experiments with the golden ratio, top view of dandelion seeds with black background. Notice the spiral pattern. Isn't nature inspiring? stock photo, images and stock photography. Image 13117221.

Original watercolour painting illustration shell study III by Lisa Le Quelenec at SeasideStudiosUK Watercolor Sea, Watercolour Painting, Painting & Drawing, Shell Painting, Watercolours, Stone Painting, Shell Drawing, Natural Form Art, Natural Forms Gcse

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Artist Unknown This is an up close picture of snake skin. The reflective surface really shows smooth texture. Patterns In Nature, Textures Patterns, Organic Patterns, Animal Patterns, Alligators, Crocodiles, Natural Forms, Natural Texture, Color Inspiration

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This is similar to the scale effect I was going for originally ,I also like this…

Spiderweb - Delicate Impression of Nature by adrians_art Natural Form Art, Natural Shapes, Patterns In Nature, Textures Patterns, Nature Pattern, Theme Design, Natural Structures, Science Nature, Art In Nature

Delicate Impression of Nature

Taken with a 200mm lens and a narrow DOF to throw virtually everything out of focus, something different! SOOC apart from the framing!

Leaving Cert Art College of Commerce: Still Life Drawing Exam resourses Sluit Cert Art College of Commerce: Stilleven tekenen examencursus Arte Gcse, Classe D'art, Natural Form Art, Natural Forms Gcse, Gcse Art Sketchbook, Sketchbook Ideas, High School Art Projects, Observational Drawing, Biro Drawing

ArtRoominations {musings from the art room...and more}

For this project, I asked the students to go out and photograph trees and plants. I stressed the importance of framing the leaves against a blank background (like the sky or a blank wall) so that they could really tell the difference between the positive and negative space. We then tweaked them in Picasa and printed them out as high contrast black and white photos. Working from the photo of their choice, the students drew the outline of their plants/leaves. They then had to tear black paper…