Art in Motion

Finished art work of videos below

Traditonally, art may be something that you put on paper or canvas and keep in one place to show; no longer is that the only way that it can be displayed. More and more I have noticed videos on YouTube that deal with the creation of art and art itself. Sometimes it is the artist drawing it and sometimes it is just a display of the artwork to music, but what is clear is that the way that artists present their work to people has changed. It is no longer hung in a gallery where only some people can see. Now, it’s online, in social media and in blogs where hundreds of millions of people can access it with the right search terms.  

The artists are not people well known across the world; many of them may not even sell their work. Showcasing their projects on YouTube gives the artists an outlet and the opportunity for someone else to come across it.

This new way of presenting art brings it off the paper. It shows you the detail going into each drawing and to those that may not enjoy simply looking at the finished product it adds an element of fun.

Mikeart978 is one of my favorite YouTube channels for art drawing. He showcases his amazing art abilities along with background music of him playing the guitar. Nothing is off limits for Mike. His drawings include athletes, cars and movie characters.

 

This artist has dreams of working for Disney as an animation designer. No Disney character is off limits. She also hosts regular web tutorials. Find her work at http://on.fb.me/l1pAol 

 

This doesn’t even need an introduction. Watch the amazing details in this artist’s work.

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About inktern2011

Follow @inktern This summer I'm getting the amazing opporuntity to be a part of Newell Rubbermaid's Office Products division. I'm the new social media intern and get to let my creative juices help brands like Sharpie, Papermate, Uni-ball and Prismacolor. Here you'll get to see some of the ideas we have, the things we are doing and the people we get to interact with.

Posted on June 13, 2011, in Art, Designs and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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