How to capture excitement on canvas. It's harder than it looks. Because excitement is more than just joyous feelings, it can also be fear, surprise, all sorts of feelings. Bright orange represents the energy that is contained in excitement, see how it radiates out from the start and continues to travel throughout the thrill. Splashes of dark blue, almost appear as knives cutting into the energy, upsetting the balance between energy and the slight amount of anger that is also present. Sometimes the mind doesn't know what to think as there is so much going on. Splashes of white represent the pureness in true excitement, those are the moments when pure joy just bubbles up out of nowhere and goes away just as fast.
March 14, 1879 when Albert Einstein was born. He was a guy with crazy hair and a rebellious attitude. The guy loved theory, but hated math. He created easy to remember formula's that even a kid can remember.
However what he was really known for, was his love of art. He would collect it from everyone he could, he couldn't get enough of it actually. So to help celebrate his birthday, buy some art for yourself, in the spirit of Einstein. He seemed to love vintage art mostly.
My name is Mike Savad, I create one of a kind creations. Photo realistic is what people think of first. There are many themes, flowers, porches, and local Suburban Scenes, some city, some urban. I also have many Job inspired images that...
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