Wednesday, March 13, 2013

FUN GIVEAWAY! 3 Strathmore Artist Trading Card Sets

Product Description: Three ATC (Artist Trading Card) Sets from Strathmore. 2.5x3.5"
12 sheet Assorted Pack, 5 sheet Illustration Board, 10 sheet Black Board.


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Q: What artist makes you green . . . with envy?

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41 comments:

  1. Anyone who has time to produce art whenever they want :)

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  2. American artist Jay de Palma's techniques are so brilliant! It does definately makes me green with envy and admiration as well.

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  3. I simply love the works of KELVIN CHEN (https://www.facebook.com/Kelch12Art?fref=ts) . He is great with details and I always look him up when it comes to Colored Pencil Magazine monthly challenges. I greatly appreciate his talent, patience and attention to details. Not to mention that he provides us all with a step-by-step description for each of his works.

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  4. Janie Gildow because she can make colored pencils look like oil paintings.

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  5. Colin Bogle - extremely realstic wildlife art in colored pencil. Can't beat it.

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  6. Esther Roi, Ann Kullberg, and Holly Durr!
    3 of my favorite colored pencil artists ♥

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  7. Thomas Schaller
    https://www.facebook.com/twschaller

    has a wonderful free style I admire and would like to learn

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  8. Dion Dior makes me green with envy.
    Karen Bartels

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  9. There are so many Artist I look up to that I can't name only one. Colin Bogle and Bec Winnel comes to mind because they have been in your recent issues. I also think a girl named Paula is a fantastic Artist in pencil and colored pencil. On DA her screen name is pbird12.

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  10. Folks who are able to work on their art at their leisure. I work full time, so my studio time is limited to evenings and weekends.

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  11. I love Bec Winnels work. She inspires me!
    Lisa
    sokolowski_l@yahoo.ca

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  12. Dean Rogers, I think that keeps the pure essence of crayons and a great touch really wonderful

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  13. Niki Pilkington! Her work is amazing - and now she has her work on Derwent pencils tins, so jealous.

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  14. Bec Winnel's work is awe-inspiring.

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  15. Marco Mazzoni! He is beast!

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  16. Yoshitaka Amano. I grew up watching his imagination run wild like I did when I was younger, and he was very successful for it. I envy him for that because I find myself drawing what sells instead of what I would like to draw for me.

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  17. Ann Kullberg, Tonilyn Callaghan, and Gary Greene wonderful stuff!

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  18. I envy the young ones that have all the free time in the world! To be so young and no worries....lol. I wish I had the time of youth...no job, just to create all day long without a worry in thought! I envy the artists that are making money selling their art, not because of the money, but because their art is out there in the world. One day.... :)
    Kelsi

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  19. steven assael rocks

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  20. Oh gosh! So many do. But I particularly admire those who have a distinctive style that is easily recognised. One look and its obvious who the artist is. Jasmine Becket-Griffith, Zan Von Zed, Adolie Day to name a few.

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  21. I like georgia okeefe.

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  22. watching "haul" videos on youtube when I have no money to spend on new supplies...lol

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  23. Dean Rogers.. I love the life he brings to his portraits :-)

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  24. Jace Wallace! He works digitally, but he definitely has his own style perfected.
    http://jace-wallace.deviantart.com/

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  25. artist that have talent but are too lazy to put it to use. Bobby johnson bigbears_artstudio@yahoo.com

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  26. This is a tricky one, but one of my favorite artist is Brianna Angelakis. I just adore her art, especially her early works.

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  27. Time. Having time to be creative. And photo-realism. I love photo like eyes.

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  28. Love ATC's great ice breaker and fun activity for new art students. So I like all active artists

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  29. For me, as far as colored pencil art goes I envy the talent of Tanja Gant and Jeff George. I think they are both amazing.

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  30. For me it's Nikita Charushin's art.

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  31. I wouldnt say I am envious, just really admire his work....Antonio Sánchez

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  32. I have studied, a few artists from the books and periodicals I have and love the work of Gary Greene, who's work I admire and even envy at the same time.

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  33. Vincent Van Gogh, I have four of his prints in my home. The most of any artists including me.

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  34. Bec Winnel is my muse. I've learned a lot by following her, I'm not even close to being as good but she does motivate and inspire me.

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  35. I love the works of Hayao Miyazaki and John Kahrs.

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  36. I adore the artists that when you look at their art work you can feel the art. It can make you feel happy, sad, mellow whatever just feel something. quite a few artists make me feel like that. Linda Ravenscroft, Stephanie Pui-Mun Law, Karen Anne Klein and Soon Y. Warren just to name a few of the artists of our time. The old Masters are Caravaggio, Sargent and Degas. There just isn't one artist and one style that I'm green with envy over. There are quite a few that I just wish I could create even a touch of their style or talent.

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  37. William Holman Hunt. How he achieved such realism and vibrancy of colour beats me. My aim is to recreate his "Scapegoat" in coloured pencil!!

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  38. I admire so many wonderful artists...but I truly love Robert Bateman <3 I don't get green with envy as much as I just love his art and love him as a naturalist and artist! :D

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  39. KATY LAMATSCH IS OUR RANDOM WINNER!
    Please send your shipping address to admin@coloredpencilmag.com
    by 3/24/13, to claim your prize

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