Hello. My name is James White and am a young developing Art student at college and am hoping to go to university once finishing to pursue my passion for Art and Design and am very much interested and willing to create commission artwork. I consider myself to specialise in Fine Art and Photography and quote "My passion for art and creating art is very big at the moment, greatest its ever been and is only getting greater!"
Any feedback on my artwork would be very much appretiated.
Available for commissions and if interested, please contact.
A cool alternate version and good cover by exguru!
Crazy Crystal Castles Jamming!
My name is James White and am an artist and amateur dancer. Just do it because I like it.
The song used is “Crystal Castles- Baptism” and is not meant to plagiarize the artist in any way and is just used as purchased the album and is the song for the video.
I have been interested in this and also b-boy style for many years. This is a spontaneous video and is possibly the start of properly going into this scene and other dance styles and this is how I dance hope you like and offer feedback.
pieces of 2, 7ft by 5 ft painting I’m working on. Figured I’d post it just so I can say to those that have asked why i don’t draw eyes or that they bet i only draw this way because i can’t do realism….
p.s. anime isn’t realism btw.
It’s funny but you can do as much abstraction minimalism or etc as you like but no one takes you seriously until they have seen you do realism. Ah the life of being an artist.
With being a Streetart fan, I decided to create a self portrait in the style with also PopArt influences throughout. The painting response almost shows the very much Pop Art sense with the solid colours from the reference image but also more of the street art feel with the mark-making through brushstrokes.
The decision to go black and white helps portray the mood and atmosphere in the painting and this was very much at the forefront of my mind when creating this.
From getting feedback on this piece I apparently have the appearance of Roy Wood from Wizzard! Which I can now see, because of the use of black on the bottom half, it could resemble a beard.
I always try and create aesthetically pleasing pieces for the viewer not to mention myself!
War Horse. Commissioned Piece-Drawing for a Friend
The drawing here is a piece I made for a good friend who is also interested in Art and so agreed I’d create something. At the time I was very much baffled as to what to draw, but looking through a Radio Times, around the time the film came out, and then saw this and I knew this would be perfect as my friend loves horses!
Albums! Albums! Albums!
Johnny Cash INK Drawing: Freehand ink drawing on A3 paper made without using any pencil, to try and capture
The Man In BLack’s likeness. White Gouache paint was used only to alter and refine the outline to finish the ink drawing and the Johnny Cash album “The Classics” card sleeve was used as reference during the production of the piece and is shown above.