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    Painting a fish

    Hi, I'm glad to share with you a new paint project I made in Photoshop. The sketch is drawn directly in Photoshop Refining the drawing Cleaning the outlines Toned in greys Adding colours Finished work Hope you enjoyed it!! My ArtByte wallet: AKgD6DN9N2YVPQ59Faa4sy5e1dMG9Z8Tm4
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    My new Watercolor work in progress LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE If you like my artwork artbyte adress: AbcixgYXTTbXd2pgQhwhiYzKcpRFm2fcm4
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    My latest digital portrait

    Hi! I work in Procreate on my iPad Pro. This is a portrait I finished yesterday. I had a lot of fun playing with light and lost edges. I used a reference photo of a model. If you’d like to see more of my work, I have an instagram, website and YouTube channel. You can see the process video of this portrait here. Wallet: AR41gNEua455s5mXHMQMzoScbHpkP964sW
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    Hello, people.

    Hello, new here. I am a traditional artist who works in different mediums, focusing mostly on animals, and nature. I’m not sure about the whole artbyte thing, it’s a bit confusing to me. Not sure what address I use, my online wallet one ? I need a tutor...lol..how do I move my artbytes from reddit to my online wallet...? Anyway, here is a sample of my art...
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    Buy and sell artbytes

    In terms of percentage of drop, artbyte has outperformed lots of coins.
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    Hi all! I knocked out another portrait practicing focal point by breaking up the edges of less important areas of the painting. This piece took about 12 hours total and it was created in Procreate on the iPad Pro. This study was based off this photo of a model from Pinterest. Unfortunately I don’t know her name. You can see the process video of this piece here. Here is my website. Follow me on Instagram! Wallet: AR41gNEua455s5mXHMQMzoScbHpkP964sW
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    This week's ArtByte Artist Showcase Winner is Photographer, Eddie Cloud. He is a nature photographer from the United Kingdom. He is the winner of 5,000 ArtByte and will be focused all week on our 150,000+ social media! You can see more of his work on the ArtByte Forum here.
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    Bright day is here

    I do not know. it seems to me that in the near future all the same there will be no major changes
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    This week's showcase winner is painter, John F Metcalf He is the winner of 5,000 ArtByte and will be featured all week on our 150,000+ social media! His work is "Inspired by the repetition and variation of nature, Circle Motifs are freehand digital creations using only a basic circle tool and color pallet." You can see more of his work on the ArtByte Forum here:
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    T-shirt Designs

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    Edward Mitchell Bannister | Tonalist painter FOR MORE SUCH ARTWORKS & ARTISTS' FOLLOW SUJITH PUTHRAN
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    Btc makes new ATH(all time high)

    I think some coins disappearing is a good thing. There are too many coins, and a lot of them have no use and can't be spent anywhere.
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    Btc makes new ATH(all time high)

    That has been a normal market reaction. The longer the uninspiring months, the bigger the boom when the bulls finally return.
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    Forum Ranks - as of November 6, 2017 As artists or even as fans, we all appreciate comments on our posts. In a fun way to support both artists and fans, ArtByte has created Forum Ranks. Members are given awards of ArtByte every time they reach a new rank! Member Levels Number of posts * ArtByte Awards Brand New 2 50 Newbie 10 200 Novice 25 400 Initiate 50 800 Apprentice 75 1200 Jr. Member 100 1500 Member 150 2000 Full Member 200 3000 Sr. Member 300 5000 Patron 500 7500 Silver Patron 800 15000 Gold Patron 1200 25000 Diamond Patron 2000 50000 Legendary 3000 100000 So, for example if you become a member of the forum (and make two posts), you will receive 50 ArtBytes. After you make 10 posts, you will receive 200 ArtBytes, after 25 posts, 400 ArtBytes. * The bonus is paid based on both the number of posts and a daily limit (to prevent spamming). See the post below. Rules: When signing up as a forum member, include your ArtByte wallet address in the "About Me" section of your profile. A post can be a new topic or a comment on an existing topic. To receive the first 25 ArtBytes, post in the introduction section, including your ArtByte wallet address. To receive any other Rank awards your ArtByte wallet address must be in the "About Me" section of your profile. Negative or rude posts will be removed. No spamming posts. Users creating multiple accounts will be banned and deleted. You can post as much as you want, but for award purposes, each level has a daily limit, that goes up by one at each level. So a Brand New person can post up to 2 per day, that count towards rank. (see chart below) Rank awards are paid once each week. The amount of the award can change based on the price of ArtByte. If it does change, a new chart will be posted in this thread.
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    Mandatory wallet update

    Following the attack on the ArtByte blockchain and the fix we applied, it is mandatory to upgrade to the new wallet, version The old wallets will not connect to the blockchain. Of course, as with any software upgrade, it is always best to backup your data. To backup your existing ArtByte wallet, look in the top left hand corner and click "file", then click "backup wallet". Close your existing wallet and download and install the new wallet. You can download the wallets here: https://github.com/AppleByteMe/AppleByte/releases
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    Voulez-vous coucher avec moi?

    From the album @icartzz

    LILITH'S PLEASURES When I last had a man I lost him in the infinite blackness of my hair he was holding on grasping with his greedy hands when he disappeared somewhere around my vast hips I had sung my siren-song and he was gone .... when I slip naked between your sheets beware that you do not lose your way .... I do relish my flight my creation of so much darkness to combat the glaring light -- just look into my eyes do you see me do you see through me do you see at all but I see you just try to banish me again just try to keep your loved ones away from me just try to close the door to my cave the windows are your vanity your shame your longings for purity in blood-covered bodies I came First I had the First Man I danced with the First Cause when I last had a man I swallowed him whole and he laughed with joy inside my belly...

    © iCArtzz

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    Great to have you back. Your work is so exceptional.
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    As we announced previously, the ArtByte Foundation will be offering free profiles/galleries to artists and fans. Artists typically pay $5 - $30 a month for profile listings on art related sites. So this will be a significant cost savings to our users. The profiles are available to all members of the ArtByte community, both artists and fans. Artists can upload images, videos, and audio files. In addition to the site being free for members, artists will be able to receive tips, and sell their work for ArtBytes. This feature will be live in the next few weeks The profiles are now in Beta and we are asking artists and fans to test the application by creating profiles, uploading files if you are an artist, noting friends, making comments, etc. Also let us know additional features you would like There is a simple registration/login form here: https://www.artbyte.me/wp-login.php When you create a profile, your personal web site address will be in the form of www,artbyte.me/your_member_name. To view activity and interact with others, you can go here: https://www.artbyte.me/members/
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    Buy and sell artbytes

    Delisting from any/all centralized exchanges and effectively zero volume. When assessing something like this it's much better to see how the project itself is doing, as if it's dead then the valuation of the tokens will be irrelevant as you'll most likely end up as a bagholder anyways.
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    Leonardo da Vinci | Drawings

    Leonardo da Vinci | Drawings A man of genius and universal talent of the Italian Renaissance, he fully embodied the spirit of his era, bringing it to the greatest forms of expression in the most disparate fields of art and knowledge. Leonardo da Vinci was a painter, draftsman, sculptor, architect, engineer, set designer, anatomist, scholar, musician, designer and inventor. He is considered one of the greatest geniuses of humanity. FOR MORE SUCH ARTWORKS & ARTISTS' FOLLOW SUJITH PUTHRAN
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    Now its the time of bitcoin

    I think that's a very, very optimistic view, but then again the price can shoot anywhere overnight with the correct push and some news there, so I wouldn't really be too surprised if this happened. But hopefully not just yet, I need to accumulate more coins
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    Hans Heyerdahl | Realist painter Hans Olaf Halvor Heyerdahl (8 July 1857, Smedjebacken, Sweden - 10 October 1913, Oslo) was a Norwegian Realist painter. He was the son of Halvor Heyerdahl (1825-1900), a prominent engineer. In 1859, the family moved to Drammen, where his father took up the joint posts of City Engineer and Fire Chief. He began his education with the intent of following in his father's footsteps, but soon discovered that he was more attracted to drawing and art. In 1873, he entered the Norwegian National Academy of Craft and Art Industry and studied under Peder C. Thurmann, a landscape artist trained in Dusseldorf. The following year, he enrolled at the Academy of Fine Arts, Munich, where his professors were Wilhelm von Lindenschmit the Younger and Ludwig von Löfftz, who encouraged him to switch from landscapes to historical painting and portraits. From 1878-1882, he lived in Paris and won a third-place Medal at the Exposition Universelle for his painting of Adam and Eve's expulsion from Paradise, finished in 1877 under the guidance of Wilhelm Lindenschmit (1829-95). He made his début at the Salon in 1879 with a portrait of the composer Johan Svendsen. Léon Bonnat - Fille romaine à la fontaine While in Paris, he came under the influence of Léon Bonnat and took up painting en plein-air. In 1881, his work "Det døende barn" (The Dying Child) won the "Grand Prix* du Florence" at the Salon, which enabled him to spend two years studying in Italy. After finishing his studies, he returned to Norway and settled in Christiania (Oslo), where he gave private art lessons to support his studio. His summers were spent painting in Åsgårdstrand, where he inspired Edvard Munch, who was just beginning his career. In addition to his landscapes, he did scenes from Norwegian history and several portraits of notable people, including Frits Thaulow (1885), Knut Hamsun (1893) and Henrik Ibsen (1894). After 1900, he spent another six years in Paris, where his paintings took on a more melancholy tone. In 1904, he was named a Knight in the Order of St. Olav. Heyerdahl, Hans Olaf - Pittore, nato nel Dalarne in Svezia l'8 luglio 1857, morto a Cristiania il 10 ottobre 1913. Cominciò i suoi studî alla scuola pittorica di Morten Müller in Cristiania e nel 1874 si recò all'Accademia di Monaco. Acquistò la qualifica di colorista eccellente, come già dimostra Adamo ed Eva cacciati dal Paradiso (1877). Il suo successivo lavoro Bambino morente del 1882 fu comprato dal governo francese. Studiò a Firenze e le opere eseguite sotto l'influsso dell'arte antica si distinguono non solo nella ricca e variata produzione di Heyerdahl, ma in tutta l'arte norvegese, specialmente per la loro straordinaria qualità coloristica. Tra le sue molte opere notiamo; La Maddalena penitente e Due sorelle nella Galleria nazionale di Oslo. | © Treccani FOR MORE SUCH ARTWORKS & ARTISTS' FOLLOW SUJITH PUTHRAN
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    Buy and sell artbytes

    Share the benefits of artbyte with friends and families, most especially Artist. Encourage them to list their work here and exchange their art work for artbyte. You can also publicize artbyte during one of your ballet shows..... 😂 lol
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    Buy and sell artbytes

    I think it was around the spike period that I actually purchased Artebyte for the first time. At the time I didn't understand what had happened and was devastated by the price plummeting. It was quite a rude awakening about the crypto sphere. I think hodling is the best way forward. But hodling over an extended period of time.
  27. 1 point

    Buy and sell artbytes

    That's it. Let's keep our gaze on the big picture and let us work more with the team for the adoption of artbyte. That's when we can send artbyte sustaining it's uptrend.
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    Painting a fish

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    Buy and sell artbytes

    It all depends if you're looking at satoshi or dollars. The loss in dollars is higher.
  30. 1 point

    Buy and sell artbytes

    It's going to take time for us to see a major move in altcoin, including artbyte but it will certainly come.
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    Haha yes I also ran into that problem. You need to use the link here in this topic to login, I don't think they made a link to the login page from the main page yet.
  32. 1 point
    Hey there, and welcome to the community! So... should I call you 'modesty' or 'modeP'?
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    My latest digital portrait

    Very nice work. And your Youtube videos are just the way I like them, just the straight forward normal creation process, no skipping around, no rambling voice over.
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    Paris’s first digital art museum: all lit up at Atelier des Lumières It’s 11.30am on a sunny Tuesday and I’m in rue Saint-Maur, in Paris’s 11th arrondissement, queuing to collect pre-booked tickets for the noon showing at L’Atelier des Lumières – Paris’s first digital museum of fine art. It’s worth the wait. The museum is in a former foundry and is operated by Culturespaces, a French museum foundation that specialise in immersive art displays. This is the opening exhibition at what Culturespaces calls its “Workshop of Lights”, and its larger space, La Halle, is dedicated to Gustav Klimt and a century of Viennese painting. There are also works by Egon Schiele and Friedrich Stowasser, better-known as Hundertwasser. A smaller room, Le Studio, is given over to emerging artists – and exploring AI and digital installations. Using state-of-the-art visuals and audio, artists’ works are transformed as images of their paintings are projected (using 140 laser video projectors) on to (and across) 10-metre-high walls over the vast 3,300 square metre surface area of the renovated 19th-century building. These images provide an immersive and panoramic show throughout the space, to a sound track of music by Wagner, Chopin, Beethoven and others, using an innovative “motion design” sound system, with 50 speakers programmed to complement the 3D visual experience. It’s difficult not be overawed by the scale and depth of this futuristic exhibition and the multi-sensory experience it provides. It’s also an attempt to make fine art more accessible and to draw in younger audiences. Visitors surrounded by digital versions of Klimt’s work. Photograph: E Spiller Culturespaces president Bruno Monnier says: “People do not learn about culture as they did in the past. The practices are evolving and cultural offering must be in step with them. The marriage of art and digital technology is, in my opinion, the future of the dissemination of art among future generations.” We enter through a concrete slab in a wall and walk into the foundry, with its tall drying towers, bare walls and illuminated water tank: an ideal canvas for what turns out to be a mesmerising digital display. We stand in the darkness, confused locals mingling with tourists, the pillars towering above us. Then as the overture from Wagner’s Tannhäuser blasts around the room, thousands of images are set in motion. We’re transfixed as 360-degree views of artworks flash around the room. Alive with sound and colour, paintings slowly come into focus, characters come out of their frames and artworks come to life – on the walls, on the cylindrical pillars, on the ceiling and even on the floor beneath our feet. Installation in the museum’s Le Studio … Poetic_Ai by Ouchhh Over the next 30 minutes, we’re taken on a six-part journey, beginning in neoclassical Vienna, showing Klimt’s works in his home city, on columns at Kunsthistorisches Museum, followed by original posters from the Vienna Secession art movement. The vivid colours of Hundertwasser’s paintings float around the floor, and later become a field of flowers as we move through the nature sequence. Perhaps the most exciting part is the attention to detail – digitally – of Klimt’s characteristic “golden” phase. Rather than jostling for a spot near a framed painting, I find myself wanting to reach into the space in front of me and touch the gold leaf and decorative motifs of The Kiss and The Tree of Life as they are digitally cast around the venue and set in motion to a Viennese waltz. At the end, gold is replaced with bright colours as we gaze at Klimt’s exotic portraits of women and girls – of all shapes, ages and sizes – elaborate yet elegant and so very beautiful, representing femininity in all its forms. The appetite is clearly growing for immersive art exhibitions: since it opened three months ago, more than 400,000 people have visited Atelier des Lumières. According to Monnier this has exceeded Culturespaces expectations: “We are already thinking about another site in France. At the end of this year, we will open a similar digital art centre in South Korea; it will be in a former bunker on the Pacific island of Jeju. We will open our first site in the US in 2019. Our know-how with this technique is unique and sought-after around the world now.” It’s the coolest art exhibition I’ve seen in some time, a real addition to Paris’s buzzing 11th arrondissement. Do try and visit. • Adult €14.50, under-25 €9.50, family €42, under-5 free, atelier-lumieres.com. Open daily 10am-6pm, Friday and Saturday till 10pm
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    Hello! I am a musician.

    good music. welcome to our friendly family)
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    Hellu Hello

    you are welcome to the artbyte forum
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    Hellu Hello

    Clear and concise. Great. Welcome! Are you an artist? You can edit your post and include an ABY address to receive a welcome gift.
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    Daily Quotes

    Nice one. Love the way Friedrich put it.
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    Eddie Cloud - Nature Photographer

    Better late than never. Your work is amazing. Congrats.
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    Hi! New to Artbyte.

    I am glad to welcome you to the forum ArtByte!
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    Hi! New to Artbyte.

    Love your profile. You're welcome to the forum artbyte.
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    Hi! New to Artbyte.

    The string of letters after Deposit Address is your Reddit/Tipping Wallet address, and the Balance should be a separate part showing your current balance, so by typing ALL previously it should be at 0/zero now. It may have squished all the letters together so the 0/zero looked like an "O" at the end. So when you want to use that wallet to tip others you'll need to put some bytes back in through transferring from your Main Wallet. And if anyone else tips you, it should show up in there through +info in the future. And when you want to withdraw again, you can use ALL to transfer all again, or you can type in a number like 15 or 20 to take just a specified number out.
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    Ballet as a child

    Congratulations, I really love your passion. Yes sometimes especially when you are already bonded with the studio thing. Just give some time, you should get over it.
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    Btc makes new ATH(all time high)

    Hopefully you don't have your investment tied to any of those tokens or coins when such happen.
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    yes the problem was solved by itself)
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    Btc makes new ATH(all time high)

    Am certainly sure of it,if things works well,we shall reach a new all time high end of the year or early next year
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    Thanks I will, you too! Hope to see new work from you anytime soon.
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    From the album Gates

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    From the album Evgeny

    Я прошу прощения за эротизм