http://www.uprp.edu/ponce/?text=example-of-argumentative-essay-in-apa-format As the summer morning fog clears along the California coast, many times the crashing waves, spray, wind, and lingering fog create an ethereal atmosphere of a misty soft landscape, or should I say seascape. I live within an hours drive of the coast, and visit often to paint, camp, and ride my Harley.
https://groups.csail.mit.edu/graphics/bkp/?need=medical-school-essays-writing-service&ok=2 I was recently painting with the California Art Club along the coast near Davenport CA and produced a short video, you can see here–
https://engineering.purdue.edu/~zavattie/pictures/?edit=thesis-report-customer-satisfaction&my=10 Many of you know I purchased a drone earlier this year. I bought it mainly for fun and to give a different perspective to my painting, motorcycle, and other adventures. Although my main intent was not to do paintings from a drone’s perspective, I did do a plein air drone selfie you can read about here.
essay on the rule of law uk Reviewing the drone footage around Davenport, however, I couldn’t resist painting a scene far above the coast. The video frame I painted from is at about 0:47 on the above video. I wanted to create an atmosphere of morning mist still lingering around the coast and the sun starting to highlight parts of the coastal bluffs. I did sharpen and saturate the colors a bit from the video, and highlighted parts of the cliff more. Here is the frame I extracted and enhanced in Photoshop as my study:
http://forestry.sfasu.edu/books/job-application-letter-help.html As you can see, I painted it pretty much ‘as-is’. In the distance is the coastal hamlet of Davenport, about ten miles north of Santa Cruz. The drone was 176 feet above the bluff, so probably 250 feet above the ocean.
go site Perhaps I’ll look at my drone videos again, and maybe produce a drone painting series?!? Stay tuned!