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    NOTICE - We have updated the Forum rank bonus payments. The changes are effective today, November 6, 2017. Here are the changes. We have increased the bonus amounts as follows: Brand New 25 > 50 Newbie 100 > 200 Novice 250 -> 400 Initiate 500 > 800 Apprentice 750 > 1200 Jr. Member 1000 > 1500 Member 1500 > 2000 Full Member 2500 > 3000 Sr. Member 3500 > 5000 Patron 5000 > 7500 Silver Patron 10000 > 15000 Gold Patron 20000 > 25000 Diamond Patron & Legendary no change
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    Hello, I'm new here

    Hello guys, Introduce myself My name is Wesley John, I'm new here. Nice to know you all This is my address: ANYUG8Tv21SwLVvrDd7Dy2GgVojGznW54U
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    HEY EVERYONE!! I am Bing and I am an artist and designer. I do digital illustration and comic sometimes video editing. Here s my Instagram and artwork https://www.instagram.com/bingtsuiart/ My ArtByte Code is AUUxaHN9qnmVaiw9PYkEiGkBRw7jFjepCb
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    You can post as often as you want. Rank bonuses are paid according to both Rank and time. See the chart below, it shows the number of posts allowed each day (that count towards your rank) and minimum number of days required to reach each level. Allowed # of posts/day Total # of posts Awards to be sent Brand New 2 posts/day Day 1 2 Posts: an introduction post with ArtByte wallet address plus one other post 50 Newbie 2 posts/day Day 5 10 200 Novice 3 posts/day Day 13 25 400 Initiate 3 posts/day Day 21 50 800 Apprentice 3 posts/day Day 30 75 1200 Jr. Member 3 posts/day Day 38 100 1500 Member 4 posts/day Day 55 150 2000 Full Member 4 posts/day Day 67 200 3000 Sr. Member 4 posts/day Day 92 300 5000 Patron 4 posts/day Day 142 500 7500 Silver Patron 5 posts/day Day 217 800 15000 Gold Patron 5 posts/day Day 297 1200 25000 Diamond Patron 5 posts/day Day 457 2000 50,000 Legendary 5 posts/day Day 657 3000 100,000
  5. 6 points
    What advantages are there in supporting artists with ArtBytes, as opposed to cash or other traditional methods of transferring money? ArtBytes can be given by any fan, anywhere in the world, to artists anywhere in the world. Fans or artists don't need credit cards or bank accounts to give and receive ArtBytes. There are no governmental, corporate or regional restrictions, telling fans who they can support. Artists receive and can spend donations of ArtBytes almost instantly. There are no fees for giving artists ArtBytes, compared to credit cards, Paypal or bank transfer fees, etc. Many artist and fans wish they could support their favorite artists, but simply do not have the extra cash. With ArtByte fans and artists can actually earn ArtBytes by linking their computers to support the AppleByte network.* Artists can also support themselves without taking time away from their creative efforts, just by connecting their computers to the network* ArtByte provides a focused, dedicated community of artists and art lovers, providing exposure of an artist's work to fans around the world** And of course, ArtBytes can be converted to cash, with no fees charged!*** ArtBytes can be saved as a speculative investment. The history of digital currencies demonstrates that as new digital currencies become more widely used, they tend to appreciate in value. Will ArtByte follow this trend? Perhaps, but there are no guaranties.**** * See "How it works" and "Mining ArtBytes" on http://artbyte.me ** The ArtByte art community currently has more than 120,000 members via social media (FaceBook, Twitter, and our Forum). *** See Buy/Sell/Trade ArtByte on this forum. **** Investing and saving digital currencies is a very high risk venture. No one should hold more ArtBytes, than they could afford to lose.
  6. 5 points


    some of my friends on memorable dates, when I do not know what to give. Sometimes I do such funny caricatures. I thought maybe you will be interested and decided to share your small collection
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    Hello Everybody! My Name is Fabian Zolar. I am freelance visual artist from Germany. My work is all about the contemporary world we live in. Starting with Graffiti and Streetart in 1995, my style is heavily influenced by that. As well , still working on the streets with the direct connection to people, who don´t have to cross a gallery door to see my artwork, is a big inspiration and part of my work. Last years I spent many hours on working to find abstract patterns that underly letter Graffiti, found different patterns, and one of these you can see in the image posted. It is painted with acrylics on canvas and measures about 150x150 cm. But this is not my only topic as my thinking and artistic work is about finding ways to express the contemporary world I am living in. (the patterns described above are one more tool on my way to get my vision materialized) You can see some of my artworks here : http://www.zolart.de http://www.flickr.com/zolarone http://www.steemit.com/@art21 Greetings! Zolar AJ7AHNNgoHptWwdVYcxLJg8F98EP7wnJpz
  8. 5 points
    Rodd Lopes

    Hello World!

    Hello everyone. My name is Rodrigo Lopes, aka Rodd Lopes. I'm from Brazil and have been drawing and painting since I was a small child. I never used traditional media, which means I've always used digital ways to create my art. Well, except for the time I was a child and used paper and pencil :). Today I paint and draw in Photoshop, Procreate (Ipad) and Sketchbook Pro. I don't have a certain recognizable style if you will. Some people say they can see something in common in all my artworks but I'm not so sure, I usually paint very different themes as Sci-Fi, landscapes, portraits etc. I really don't consider myself a professional artist, first because I don't work with art, I have a job which is quite far from creating art, secondly because I think I still have a long way to go, there are so many things I'm still struggling to learn. I'm a self-taught artist, actually I'm self-taught in pretty much all I know in life, English included. My mother language is Brazilian Portuguese. I like making friends and talking about art, movies, series and books. I'm outgoing and friendly towards everyone. I hope you guys like my artwork. Thanks for having me in this Forum. Below is my online gallery at Artstation: https://www.artstation.com/rodrigolopes THIS IS MY WALLET ADDRESS: ALDhjq8zvTDEF7n72ahTeDTHjMFwU91PxL
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    The photographic realism in Second Life®: a question of style. The question may seem provocative, in fact, it’s a question I’ve been thinking about for a few days. In particular, I wonder when it is relevant that there is realism in a portrait of a SL® avatar. [READ ALL]
  10. 5 points

    interdimensional color wizard :)

    Hello artbyte community I would like to share peek into my creations, my channelings, altered visions. Please check out some more of my work Www.zentropyart.com Artbyte wallet AL1sMv8UZxGfGsNM1rxv6YtVD3boXhEW8B
  11. 5 points
    Here's some personal illustrations I've created in the past few years. Bummer you can't load high-res stuff here:) ....you can see full res on my website! My Portfolio: http://www.conceptmonster.net/ Artbyte Address: Ac5jvEHW6tTVp8Vmnsr7xsHQuoXgamdgTT
  12. 5 points


    Considering the awareness in cryptocurrency ecosystem in the past months and the massive acceptance/adoption all over the globe. However, since awareness is growing day-by-day and factually everybody want to be a holder of at least 1 bitcoin and presently majority cannot avoid to buy the phenomenal. Now, if you invest $1000 in ARTBYTE (ABY) at this moment, hold till December 2018 and you will be able to hold at least 1BTC. This is one of the magic in crypto, we all trade alt against btc to gain more btc as profit. Low satoshi coin like this is always a banker to all that invest in it. Buy some ARTBYTE (ABY) today
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    Hello, everyone. My name is Andrew, and I make art in many forms. Since graduating college I have not had much in the way of an artist community. This has lead to a bit of a drop in motivation and production of new works. It seems like joining up here can help with that and get me motivated to create at the pace I should, and to return the favor to others again. I almost ignored the ABY tip on a post that lead me here, but I am glad I did not after just a brief look around. I am looking forward to seeing what everyone has going on in their world. AQrmFhCxQ8NBmnwSVpgFyJUTJ8ptABdJvo My website for those interested. Otherwise, here's a smattering of what I have done.
  15. 5 points

    My work: ArtByte Web site redesign

    Hi talents of this forum) I'm new, and very happy to join your ranks. I really like the idea of ArtByte, and I would like to see as many people as possible learned about this currency. I'm a web designer, and the first thing I did not like (a bit) is the design of the ArtByte website. and so I decided to redesign the site and the logo. I hope you'll like it) All the redesign you can look at Behance. I would like to know your opinion, and constructive criticism) My ArtByte Adress: AX91RfuWSGVH6dwNF1bXjqvGdgJFjxYuRL Thanks for watching (^.^) - Miras Facebook | Twitter | Behance | 99design
  16. 5 points
    Be sure and introduce yourself in the Introduction Section of this forum: Then check out how you can earn ArtBytes with Forum Ranks (details on the next few posts).
  17. 5 points
    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.
  18. 4 points

    Mixing oil colours to get green

    I would like to share with you a short demo video to show you how to make a beautiful and natural green colour using black, yellow and white. My favourite oil paintings are those of Winsor & Newton , I think the relationship between quality and price is very convenient. And more ... I always try to use the "Artist´s" quality, it is undoubtedly the best. Learning to mix oil paints is highly recommended because you get the colour you want and it´s cheap because you don´t spend money purchasing all the colours you need, instead you can count on a limited range of colours bu the best quality of them. Don't be afraid to buy the best oil paintings you need, a good quality tube will be much better than several of poor quality. The interesting thing is to know what colours to get. Well, here I leave an example to follow. To get the green I needed, I used "Lamp Black", "Cadmium Lemon" and "Titanium White" (W&N of course). To know about some technical references as permanence, pigments quality, opacity and price visit this Amazon´s page. I used this mixing to give colour to this painting: Thanks so much for watching!! Hope it's useful for you.
  19. 4 points

    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
  20. 4 points

    evening by the lake

    на досуге было свободное время, и я решил работать с маслом, что сказать?
  21. 4 points


    I AM NOT BLIND CHARCOAL ON PAPER FB: https://www.fb.com/sujithputhranartist artbyte address: AbcixgYXTTbXd2pgQhwhiYzKcpRFm2fcm4
  22. 4 points
    Shadow Shapes


    Teasing of my latest painting. Acrylic on canvas, 100x80cm:
  23. 4 points
    Title: Meditation Medium: Watercolor on Paper Size : 68.5 x 53 cms "Meditation is the highest form of control over your mind, ballet is the art of attaining the highest form of discipline over the body" do comment if you like my artworks
  24. 4 points

    My digital animals & illustrations

    Hello everyone, I'm new to this forum, but I hope the category I chose is right. I'm Martith, a Polish artist adventuring abroad (currently Chile), self-proclaimed fox fanatic, with nature as a close second I'm self-taught, painting digitally for almost 6 years now. I love painting animals and doing photo studies. I'd love to present you some of my artworks. For photo studies I use mostly pictures licensed with CC0 license. Some of the artworks I've made are commissions, therefore I used photos belonging to their rightful owners My portfolio: http://martith.art ArtByte address: AV8cu6oG2tCBwbapsz3Xxhu6R2fshGES6h Other art socials: DeviantArt | YouTube | Instagram | ArtStation Thanks for checking out ♥
  25. 4 points

    A young woman portrait

    Hi, I would like to share with you some stages of the drawing process of a woman portrait I made with Photoshop This first image shows the freehand drawing I made using different "black pencils", changing the thickness and intensity to get different tones of greys. I added colour to the background. I start to paint the face too. only using greystones. The grisaille for the face is already made, I got the dark tones, mid tones and the brightest points. Now I give the colour of the skin to the face, painting in a transparent top layer the skin colour I have chosen. This way of painting emulates the old technique of oil painting created by Master of the Flemish school in the 16th - 17th centuries.
  26. 4 points

    Moving funds out of the Android wallet

    As we have mentioned in other posts, the ABY android wallet needs to be updated to the new SegWit enabled wallet. Until it is upgraded, if you want to move funds out of your android wallet, here is how to do that: Copy the back up file from the Android wallet to a computer and extract the private keys with OpenSSL using the following command. Then you can import the private keys into a desktop wallet. You can get one here: https://www.artbyte.me/get-started/ The backup file is encrypted using your chosen password. You can use OpenSSL to decrypt: openssl enc -d -aes-256-cbc -a -in <filename> Be sure you substitute the whole file path for <filename> Windows Example: c:\Users\YourUserName\Desktop\YourBackupFilename MAC Example: c:/Users/YourUserName/Desktop/YourBackupFilename Source: https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/17176/how-to-decode-private-key-from-android-bitcoin-wallet
  27. 4 points

    North Dakota Artist

    Bear Butte in beautiful north western South Dakota. It is 36 x 24 inches on stretched canvas. AcXz7FxGnEvEDPGzRAWuRTuSEgybsLJWvw
  28. 4 points
    My name is Carmen aka Carmen del Berro. Berro is the name of a peculiar plant only found is the purest sources of water. I wanted to introduce myself thought i must admit it is not eqsy speaking about oneself: I would rather just share my work and let that be the method of getting to know one another. My prefered medium has always been watercolour but i work oils, pastels, crayons qnd just about anything that will achieve the desired effect of capturing my feeling at the time of execution. Here an oil: My subject matter is often people, but mostly female figures and children: I like to capture feelings rather than moments in time. I hope you like my work. Please do add me to you friend or contact list, I am always delighted to meet more people. Love
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    Never too old😊

    This is beautifully inspirational 🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋
  30. 4 points

    Artbyte Face makeover and Modeling

    My hand work on both face makeover and modeling
  31. 4 points
    Hello everyone, I am an artist from India facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/sujithputhranartist website: https://rockersujith.wixsite.com/sujithputhran Artbyte Address: AbcixgYXTTbXd2pgQhwhiYzKcpRFm2fcm4
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    Scumbling and Glazing are both two important oil painting techniques. In this video, I show you in simple how I applied these. Thanks for watching!!
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    Japanese Oil Master

    Japanese Oil painting master - Osamu Obi 1965 Born in Kanagawa, Japan 1988 Graduated from Musashino Art University (Department of Oil Painting) 1990 Completed Master's Degree Program in Oil Painting, Musashino Art University 1991 Exhibition of Grand Prize Paintings, Tokyo Central Museum. Awarded Grand Prize. 1993 Participated in Yasui Prize Exhibition 1996 Participated in Exchange Exhibition between South Korean and Japanese Oil Painters(Yo kohama & S eoul ) 1999 Hakujitsukai Art Exhibition, Incentive Award of Minister of Education 2004 6th Kanji Maeda Grand Prize Exhibition, Semi-grand-prix (Takashimaya Nihonbashi, Kurayoshi Museum) 2005 2nd Beauty of Existence Exhibition (Takashimaya, Tokyo and other places) 2006 Hakujitsukai Art Exhibition, The Prime Minister Award 2009 "The Tewaza" Exhibition (Mitsukoshi Nihonbashi) 2010 Beauty of Existence Exhibition (Takashimaya, Tokyo and other places) Scheduled to study in Paris for a year under the Japanese Government Overseas Study Programme for Artists 2012 Beauty of Existence Exhibition (Takashimaya, Tokyo and other places) "The Tewaza" Exhibition (Mitsukoshi Nihonbashi) Solo Exhibition 1999 Shunpudo Gallery (Tokyo) 2007 KIAF 2007 (Seoul Shunpudo Gallery Booth) Adjunct Instructor of Musashino Art University
  35. 4 points

    My 1st artwork entry

    Title: Sunshine Medium: Watercolor on Paper Size: 62.5 x 51 cms Artbyte Address: AbcixgYXTTbXd2pgQhwhiYzKcpRFm2fcm4 Website: https://rockersujith.wixsite.com/sujithputhran Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/sujithputhranartist Description : In this watercolor painting, the artist has tried to capture the beauty of Indian countryside In this painting, the painter shows the first morning sunray's falling on ox & veranda of an old Indian house. To get the contrast correct the artist has painted the main subject more bright & realistic & on contrary background veranda is rough and dark, the shadows are painted with soft strokes of blue n earth colors..the artist has tried his level best to show a pleasant beautiful morning in INDIA It is his "absoulute" way of perceiving the subject without categorizing them according to their usefulness nor seek to possess them & just enjoy the play of composition & color.
  36. 4 points

    artbyte removed Yobit

    ArtByte has not been removed from the Yobit exchange. Only Yobit could do that. So we asked CoinMarketCap and Coingecko to remove Yobit from the list they publish of exchanges which trade ArtByte. And they removed it from their lists. Everyone's ArtByte is still there. Hopefully Yobit will do the right thing and fix this.
  37. 4 points
    How does a Jan 1, 2017 investment in ArtByte compare with the big three (Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum)? For each dollar invested in the following cryptocurrencies on Jan 1, 2107, you earned the following return, by year-end: Bitcoin $14.50 Litecoin $51.00 Ethereum $92.00 ArtByte $217.00 Source: Coinmarketcap.com https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/artbyte/#charts https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoin/#charts https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/litecoin/#charts https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/ethereum/#charts
  38. 4 points

    1 Minute Time Lapse Painting

    A video of a painting made yesterday
  39. 4 points
    Hi everyone! I am a painter from Bulgaria and I am new here. I hope you might like my art AL18k37VF6aK7xptUt9fM4yUmhwA1e4S5j My artworks can be seen at https://www.facebook.com/iglika.todorova.artist/ ;https://www.saatchiart.com/iglika
  40. 4 points
    You can download an ArtByte wallet here: https://www.artbyte.me/get-started/ How to speeding up syncing a downloaded wallet The downloaded ArtByte wallet (MAC, PC, Linux) has more features than the online wallet and you will need a downloaded wallet in order to mine ArtByte. In a digital currency each transaction is stored in a "blockchain". Since ArtByte launched on May 1, 2014, the blockchain is storing over 3 years worth of transactions. Your downloaded wallet will sync with all these transactions eventually, but depending on your internet connection and computer speed, it will take from 1 - 3 days to sync, if you leave the wallet opened and your computer connected to the internet full time. The blockchain is stored in the directory that is created when you download the wallet. To speed up the syncing process to a few hours or less, you can download the blockchain in a zip file and extract it into the correct directory. Detailed instructions Download the Zip file below and extract the blocks folder to the Applebyte data directory. If you have already run and created the data directory then the blocks and chainstate sub folders will exist, please delete both the blocks and chainstate folder before copying in the blocks folder from the Zip. ArtByte Blockchain (8th August 2017) https://quickstart.artbyte.me/blockchain.zip To get to your ArtByte data directory follow the instructions below. Windows Go to Start -> Run (or press Windows Key + R) and run this: %APPDATA%\Applebyte ArtByte's data folder will open. For most users, this is the following locations: C:\Documents and Settings\YourUserName\Application data\Applebyte (XP) C:\Users\YourUserName\Appdata\Roaming\Applebyte (Vista/7/8/10) "AppData" and "Application data" are hidden by default. Mac By default ArtByte will put its data here: ~/Library/Application Support/Applebyte/ From the Finder, select the Go menu at top of the screen, and choose Go to Folder. In the window that opens, enter ~/Library, and click Go. Linux By default ArtByte will put its data here: ~/.applebyte/
  41. 4 points
    As with any new technology, digital currencies like ArtByte can be hard to understand. Lets look at how ArtByte works. How are digital currencies created? Just like physical currencies, digital currencies (like ArtByte) don't just pop into existence, they have to be made. In physical currencies, paper bills are printed and coins are minted by government agencies, then distributed into the banking system. In the same way digital currencies must be created and distributed to users. In a digital currency like ArtByte, the currency is created by a software application. This software runs on each computer connected to the ArtByte network. All of the computers connected to the network work together, sharing the complex calculations necessary to create each ArtByte, and a certain number of ArtBytes are created each day. This process is called mining, and is not free, as it costs computer power and electricity. To compensate computer owners for their work, ArtBytes are paid to the software users connected to the network. For more details on mining go here: Mining ArtBytes How are balances kept and transactions processed? Just like at your bank, your account balance and transactions are stored on a server. At your bank, the bank owns the server. But, as a digital currency, ArtByte’s account data resides on a peer-to-peer (computer-to-computer) network that consists of all the computers logged into the network. This allows for additional security as there is no single server that hackers can attack, and each transaction is verified by all the computers on the network. Just like logging into your bank account with your browser, you can see your ArtByte balance and spend them using the ArtByte Wallet App. The wallet gives you all the info you need, just like using your browser for banking transactions. The Wallet App is available in several versions: Online, MAC, Windows, Android, and IOS. Since ArtByte was founded to support artists, what are the advantages vs cash? ArtBytes can be given by any fan, anywhere in the world, to artists anywhere in the world. Fans or artists don’t need credit cards or bank accounts to give and receive ArtBytes. There are no governmental, corporate or regional restrictions, telling fans who they can support. Artists receive and can spend donations of ArtBytes almost instantly. There are no fees for giving artists ArtBytes, compared to credit cards, Paypal or bank transfer fees, etc. To learn more about the advantages of ArtByte, go here: Why support artists with ArtBytes Ready to get started? The first thing you need to do is get your ArtByte Wallet App (Online, MAC, Windows, Android, or IOS). The online wallet version is already connected to the network. If you download the MAC, Windows, or Android wallet, just open it and it will automatically connect to the ArtByte network. The first time your wallet connects, it will need to sync with the network (which could take 30 mins to a couple of hours, depending on your internet connection) After that it syncs in just minutes. Go here to get your wallet: Get Started Earn your first ArtBytes, by helping to put them in circulation. Just copy your wallet receive address (found on the Receive Tab of the Wallet), and login to the ArtByte Orchard: ArtByte Orchard Post your AppleByte wallet address into the Orchard and you can earn 5 ArtBytes a day. You can spend them, save them, send them to friends or tip your favorite artists anywhere in the world with them, just by knowing their Twitter account. For how to tip, see: Tipping with ArtByte More information on ArtByte is available at: ArtByte.me And be sure to check out the ArtByte Music Store Music Store where you can download great music, paid for with ArtBytes!
  42. 3 points
    Check out the Art Installations on the LEA sims in Second Life, details on my blog: https://strawberrysingh.com/2018/06/17/art-installations-at-lea-sims
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    Edward Mitchell Bannister | Tonalist painter FOR MORE SUCH ARTWORKS & ARTISTS' FOLLOW SUJITH PUTHRAN
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    Reflection Graphite & Charcoal on Paper facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/sujithputhranartist artbyte address: AbcixgYXTTbXd2pgQhwhiYzKcpRFm2fcm4
  45. 3 points
    Isabelle Cheren

    A hello

    My favourite person in the world is Strawberry Singh and when she posted about this site I thought I would come and join and look at what there is. I was pleased to see a virtual community in here so chose to join. Im no great artist. I am a person who enjoys blogging and vlogging and enjoys using digital imagery for this. There is something incredibly calming to me about both filming and photographing in a virtual way and I have been doing so for most of my virtual online experience. I cannot use Photoshop, try as I may Im just useless so most photos I do are pretty raw and only has a slight edit in terms of some filters on a basic free program called Fotor. My passion is filming and so I have a YouTube channel on which I post regularly. I often vlog on there and talk about real topics using my virtual persona. I have no idea what this virtual wallet is but I saw that you get one of these so I have set it up. It is ANoizGqM7GngM7WuD34TGTG2y8o97dJ8Nq
  46. 3 points
    Adewuyi jeleel

    Am Delighted

    I'm Adewuyi jeleel, a newbie in the cryptocurrency ecosystem. Just know about artbyte and I'm delighted to identify with it. APyLUF3JedwuuMfu9AjsS5UH7d1M3CmGUC
  47. 3 points

    Artist Milana Blackman

    AirByte Address: AXrxj7pe6JgNZKj2aTvM7b5G8oDntNtvn4 http://www.milanablackman.com Milana Blackman was born in Riga, Latvia during the fall of Communism. At an early age Milana exhibited an exceptional talent and passion for drawing. Her talent was first discovered in kindergarten at the age of five when her class was assigned to draw their interpretation of a Russian folk tale called "The Scarlet Flower". Milana's teacher was stricken by her extraordinary talent and advised Milana's parents that she be sent to an art school for the gifted. By the age of ten Milana was competing nationally in art olympiads where her work was deemed extremely complex and thought provoking. At fifteen, Milana Blackman graduated early from high school with honors and was admitted to the prestigious College of Art & Design in Riga. Only twenty students nationally were granted admission and eight were able to finish the rigorous program to graduate, Milana Blackman was one of the eight graduates. By the age of twenty Milana Blackman started working professionally in art and interior design having worked on illustrious projects throughout the world. Her work can be seen in Tokyo, Paris, Monaco, Vancouver, Rio, and Sydney. Milana is currently residing in Venice, CA. AirByte Address: AXrxj7pe6JgNZKj2aTvM7b5G8oDntNtvn4
  48. 3 points

    Hello Artbyters!

    I salute everybody in this community. Hope, am not too late be here AS3AEa5vzUGBFPx75DWX48jbJUtzuLn1Vs Thanks
  49. 3 points

    Guess what...

    Guess what which continent this painting represents! I am pretty sure you will know it!
  50. 3 points
    Gloria's Paintings

    Gloria's Paintings

    www.gloriaspaintings.com " Whimsical ART." Artbyte Artist