Tuesday, April 28, 2009
e-mail me a photo of someone, a friend, your pets, a car or your motorcycle, and I will draw it for you, scan it in, and e-mail back.
This service costs $2.00
Please inquire by e-mail for details.
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Monday, April 27, 2009
I am a fine artist that dapples in commercial art every now and then. My paintings serve to enlighten your surroundings wherever you may be...In the office, they may help promote teamwork, determination and hard work, and at home a sense of peace of mind, rest, love, and harmony with family and community. As a commercial artist, communication and entertainment are the purpose of my creative work. Animation can provide you with a way to create effective training videos, tell your story, share a joke, or send that special greeting card to a friend. Illustration can help you advertise your products in a unique and effective way, putting you above your competition. Caricatures at parties entertain the masses. Books and magazines can become more vivid and stunning with the perfect drawings. Comics are a great way to share humor with loved ones.
My name is Stan Levine, and I am the sole proprietor of Stanimation Productions. I am a multi-talented freelance artist capable of providing you with all of the above services mentioned. My prices are friendly and affordable.
Learn more about how Stanimation Productions can enlighten your world.
This painting is called "A View of Mt.Diablo" (18" x 14.") This is a finished landscape painting of Mt.Diablo from a bench on top of a hill near by in the town of Lafayette.
This is one of 12 landscape paintings that feature Mt. Diablo with acrylic on canvas. These paintings are worth thousands of dollars, but you can buy a poster print for $40.00 with free shipping. Visit www.stananimation.net for more information.
A Street View On Mt. Diablo Boulevard
24" x 3-0"
18" x 14"
This is a work in progress called "Foliage Against Sunlight." For the most part, I consider this painting finished, except for one area where the paint got a little too drippy. The dripping paint technique is meant to hint at the subtleties of the way the tiny twigs intertwine with each other off the branches in the distance. While Leonardo De Vinci would have taken the time to graphically illustrate every twig in the woods, I have a more impressionistic approach in my paintings. My philosophy is that it would be more more effective in our modern times to take a high resolution photograph than to attempt the time staking task of painting every twig in the woods. The brush strokes and various inventive techniques I use in my paintings hint at details. They capture an essence of the subject matter in a way that is interesting to look at.