Magda Gomes is a Brazilian model and television personality, who is well known in Italy for her television and movie appearances there.
Gomes studied ballet and jazz dance for five years, and subsequently attended a theater school for two years. In order to maintain her studies, she then began working as a model. For six years, she travelled between America and Europe, and has the command of four languages, which she improves by reading regularly (Portuguese, English, Spanish and Italian). Reading being her greatest passion, she is also interested in art and particularly renaissance era paintings; visits to museums can sometimes last days.
After a body-healing weekend, Cruzine has prepared something special to charge the creative minds of our readers with a new portion of inspiration and fresh design ideas. This is our Monday selection of multiple graphic art pieces, which contains celebrities’ portraits and colorful fashion photographs, political visual advertising, fantastic Hulk illustration in 3D, impressive architecture showcase, and, of course, a few links to free resources for creative designers and artists. In addition to visual inspirations, here is also a wise thought to activate your creative thinking: “To find what you seek in the road of life, the best proverb of all is that which says: Leave no stone unturned.” So, set your imagination free, explore and absorb fresh ideas from the surrounding world, and do create something beautiful, attractive, and unique. Remember as Victor Hugo said: “Inspiration and genius – one and the same…”
More pics at My Modern Met.
More pics at My Modern Met.
The time of trick-or-treat is coming, so get ready in advance for this festival of costume parties, jack-o’-lanterns, bonfires, and haunted attractions. If you are a designer, you would probably need a little more than a couple of orange pumpkins for the Halloween. Specific brushes and shapes for Photoshop, Halloween-featured icon sets and various vector graphic samples – we have prepared an impressive set of freebies you can use with no limitations in your Halloween designing projects. Spiders and ravens, skeletons and vampires, coffins and bats, and, of course, the entire fleet of multiple pumpkin variations – you can find these and much more in the freebie collection Cruzine has prepared for you to be ready before someone knocks at your door, requesting trick or treat.
Halloween originates from an ancient specifically Celtic feast; however, today the tradition of its celebration is so widely popularized that people all over the world understand the meaning of “trick or treat” and wish to participate in the merriment this way or another. This creates many opportunities for designers to create some Halloween-related works – interesting buttons for websites or personal blogs, Halloween greeting cards, or posters for Halloween parties. Whatever you do for Halloween, we hope this collection of free designing resources will help you make a really eye-catching and impressive Halloween design, and you will be able to avoid tricks on Halloween.
This post showcases 15 gorgeous and visually stunning matte paintings from some of the visual effects and digital art masters.
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Tom Martin is a 23 year old hyperrealist painter from the UK.
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