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Meet Aditi Sood: A 14 years Old Artist who expresses her emotions in the eyes she draws and feels that there is a strong connection between Mathematics and Art
We recently caught up with Aditi for a discussion where she discusses her life, her inspiration, her motivation, her love for
#Drawing "eye" and if given a wish, she wants to give all #blind people an eye so that they can see how beautiful the #world is.
Nojoto Team: Hi Aditi, describe yourself. Imagine writing a story on Nojoto.  Aditi: I am 14 years old and study in Class 9. I am live in Kota, Rajasthan (India).
I love sketching, painting, paper cutting and I aspire to become an architect one day to make the place we call "Home" more beautiful.  

Nojoto Team: From where did you get the inspiration for drawing?  What motivated you? – Any person or a situation in particular?
Aditi: My mom is my Inspiration for my artwork. She is great with fabric painting & home décor.
My relative tells me when I was in my mother's womb, she used to do a lot of paintings, and I guess from there only, I got the skill and hold of art.

Mom is not just my inspiration, but my guide too, she guides me with how to make art how to sketch, and how to make it better and better.  
Nojoto Team: How did your parents, friends, school, hometown influence your passion for art?
Aditi: I spent my childhood in Kota, and ever since I remember, I used to make something or other and people around me used to appreciate them, and hence with that motivation – I kept on creating more and more art, and that's it.
Moreover, my father also loves my artwork. He clicks all things I draw and makes them his mobile and laptop wallpaper, and hence the strong motivation and love for my art motivate me to make more and more artwork.  Hence, I guess it's the people around me who've motivated me and has kept me going.

Nojoto Team: How do you take out time to follow your passion, considering you have to go school, study etc?
Aditi: I generally sketch on Sundays and Holidays, but more than that I always sketch whenever I have Maths Exam.

I believe there is a strong connection between Maths & art. I believe both are very similar in their nature, and at the end make things beautiful.

Nojoto Team: What is the most fulfilling thing when you share your artwork with others?
Aditi:  The most fulfilling moment is actually when I create an art, and the second best moment is when I receive a lot of Awesome, Comments, Compliments & feedback on my art. In fact, I love both type of feedback – positive, and negative - when someone tells me what I was lacking. 
In fact, most fulfilling is the moment - is when someone follows my art and tries to re-do my creation from his/her own imagination. This gives me another perspective to how he/she thought the concept and went about it.
Nojoto Team: How do you go about creating your art – Starting from thinking about it – to imagining about it – to actually drawing it? Describe the creative process, which you take generally?
Aditi:  Whenever I think of a concept, I search and see how other artists have gone about that concept, and then I re-think the concept with my own imagination. I mix both the inspiration I have taken from other artworks, and my own imagination and then start drawing/sketching. But I make sure that each artwork of mine has my touch. 

I also follow different types of artists and keep seeing what they are doing and I believe Nojoto actually helps me follow other artists so that I can know what they are doing.

And there are also times when I just paint/sketch my creativity, and actually not see what is already created.  Below is one such art called "Glamour" 


There are few more doodle arts, which I have created, and below is from them. 


Nojoto Team: Have you ever drawn yourself or your parents or any other friend? If yes, what was their reaction after seeing it?
Aditi:  There was one time in school when I was sharing my artwork online, and my maths teacher saw it and loved it. He requested me to sketch him, and I asked him to send a high-quality photograph to me so that I can sketch.

It was my first sketch where I sketched an individual from his photograph. And as soon as, I sketched and showed him, he loved it and in fact made his display picture across social media networks.
Below is the same:


Then birthday of a friend was approaching and I asked her, what do you want as a birthday present, and she said, nothing could be more beautiful than a sketch by you. And after seeing the sketch, she then told me - that it one of the best birthday gifts I have ever received.
And then this series continued.

Nojoto Team: What types of art you have experimented with?
Aditi:  I started with sketching, then experimented with a glitter pen and people loved that too. I've also tried my hands at crafts and they too have come out very well. I also have a collection of my crafts i.e paper-cutting arts on Nojoto. And if anyone wants to follow my crafts, can follow my crafts collection.
Nojoto Team: What is your most favourite procession with respect to creating an art?
Aditi:  While I love all things that help me pour my creativity and make something beautiful, but I believe my favourite procession is Pencil. Because with Pencil, there is a freedom to rub it off and change something if you want.
With the pencil, I generally start with the outline, and then little shades of what I want to draw, and then slowly I give it the final shape.
Eyes generally are the last part of my sketch, because that requires the most amount of precision and imagination.
Nojoto Team: Are you an extrovert or an introvert?
Aditi:  I am an extrovert.

Nojoto Team: You know people love the way you express "eyes" through your art – What is the story behind it? And why do you love drawing "Eye" specifically?
Aditi:  I believe Art is all about expressing your feelings. The drawing we make is 2D, but because it needs to communicate the feelings and emotions and hence I believe eyes & lips communicate feelings and emotions better than anything else.
Also, when you see the process of a woman dressing up, you will see that she makes sure that she spends the most amount of time in doing her eyes, and that is why when I draw/sketch a woman, I make sure that the eye is given special importance.  

Nojoto Team: If you could do one thing for the World, what would it be?
Aditi:  I would give all the blind people in the world an eye because I believe with eyes people can see the world and enjoy its beauty.
Nojoto Team: - What is "your" favorite art till now?
Aditi:  The one below is my favorite art till now


Nojoto Team: What do you love about Nojoto? And why do you like it?
Aditi:   I like the concept that you can find people with Similar Interests on Nojoto and the fact that when I share my art on Nojoto, it reaches people of similar interests. 

Moreover, the point that I can create different types of collection for different types of art  – and hence organize my artwork better is good.

I have two types of "Collection" on Nojoto – Under "Traditional Arts" - One is for my sketches and other is for my paper craft.  

Nojoto Team: What is your message for other kids who are young and have a passion for a particular interest? 
Aditi: 
- Keep working on what you love, perfection will come automatically.
- Do not get demotivated, if you do not have perfection for something you love, keep working on your passion and one day you will achieve perfection. 

Nojoto Team:  What an Amazing Talent you are Aditi, We wish you tons of Luck and hope that many more people after reading will follow their passion as passionately as you.

Looking forward to more seeing more amazing artwork from you on Nojoto!

#Interview #Passion #Aditi #AmazingPeopleOfNojoto #Art #14YearsOld #Sketch #Woman #Eyes

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What can be called digital art?

Digital art is an artistic work or practice that uses digital technology as an essential part of the creative or presentation process. Since the 1970s, various names have been used to describe the process, including computer art and multimedia art. Digital art is itself placed under the larger umbrella term new media art.

After some initial resistance, the impact of digital technology has transformed activities such as painting, drawing, sculpture and music/sound art, while new forms, such as net art, digital installation art, and virtual reality, have become recognized artistic practices. More generally the term digital artist is used to describe an artist who makes use of digital technologies in the production of art. In an expanded sense, "digital art" is contemporary art that uses the methods of mass production or digital media.

Lillian Schwartz's Comparison of Leonardo's self portrait and the Mona Lisa based on Schwartz's Mona Leo. An example of a collage of digitally manipulated photographs

The techniques of digital art are used extensively by the mainstream media in advertisements, and by film-makers to produce visual effects. Desktop publishing has had a huge impact on the publishing world, although that is more related to graphic design. Both digital and traditional artists use many sources of electronic information and programs to create their work. Given the parallels between visual and musical arts, it is possible that general acceptance of the value of digital visual art will progress in much the same way as the increased acceptance of electronically produced music over the last three decades.

Digital art can be purely computer-generated (such as fractals and algorithmic art) or taken from other sources, such as a scanned photograph or an image drawn using vector graphics software using a mouse or graphics tablet.

Though technically the term may be applied to art done using other media or processes and merely scanned in, it is usually reserved for art that has been non-trivially modified by a computing process (such as a computer program, microcontroller or any electronic system capable of interpreting an input to create an output); digitized text data and raw audio and video recordings are not usually considered digital art in themselves, but can be part of the larger project of computer art and information art. Artworks are considered digital painting when created in similar fashion to non-digital paintings but using software on a computer platform and digitally outputting the resulting image as painted on canvas.

Andy Warhol created digital art using a Commodore Amiga where the computer was publicly introduced at the Lincoln Center, New York in July 1985. An image of Debbie Harry was captured in monochrome from a video camera and digitized into a graphics program called ProPaint. Warhol manipulated the image adding colour by using flood fills.

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Meet Inna Bugeja, An amazing artist who uses glass as the object to project her imagination and convert it into something really amazing & breath-taking.
We recently caught up with Inna for a discussion where she discusses her life, her inspiration, her motivation, her love for glass painting and much more. 


Nojoto Team: Hi Inna, describe yourself. Imagine writing a story on Nojoto.
Inna:  I was born in Ukraine in 1979 and developed an early interest in art. Art has always been a part of my life. 
Since I was 7, I went to different type of schools – arts, music (playing guitar), singing, dancing, and drawing. And I realized at age 10 that most of all, what I like is to draw.
I have been studying painting in an art school of Ukraine since last 5 years.
In school, I studied different techniques of drawing and have tested many materials that can be used for painting. Few which I tested are: canvas, ceramic, wood, iron and glass. And of course my love and my favorite is glass.


Nojoto Team: From where did you get the inspiration for drawing? What motivated you? — Any person or a situation in particular?
Inna: After my marriage in Malta and the birth of my child, I didn't had enough time to do my art. I have a 
wonderful family, the best husband, a lovely baby. I had a happy family life, until I realized that I did not 
seem to have enough of something inside of me. 
All I had was good, but I felt as if my soul was empty. I realized that I need to grow creatively – and need to 
listen beautiful music, should start reading interesting books, and meet creative people.
Years later, when my daughter grew up - I felt that I need to pick up my art on glass.


Nojoto Team: How did your parents, friends, school, hometown influence your passion for your art?
Inna: My husband always support me and encourage me my artwork. Sometimes when I start painting on glass, I just can't stop. I can paint for 16 hours without a break. It looks like I am in another dimension. He understands that my art is really important for me, so he helps me and motivates me to improve. 




Nojoto Team: How do you take out time to follow your passion?
Inna: Night is my time. I can focus & paint at night because it is all quiet, and everyone in my family is also asleep, so that’s the time when I am in creative mood and follow my passion of painting on glass. 


Nojoto Team: Why did you picked up Glass Painting only and not anything else?
Inna: I understood that glass is the material on which I want to paint, because Glass as a material can be worked in so many ways. Its ability to transmit and reflect light adds another layer of intrigue and meaning to the art.  There is no other material with gives so many options to the artist. 
I am using 3 different types of paints - transparent, opaque and pearl colours which are makes light effects.


Nojoto Team: What is the most fulfilling thing when you share your artwork with others?
Inna:  I really appreciate when other talented people comment on my art. I love to hear both good and bad comments, and that's how I can learn and improve next time.


Nojoto Team: How do you go about creating your art — starting from thinking about it — to imagining about it — to actually doing it? Describe the creative process, which you take generally?
Inna: I love Night, Full Moon, Magic... I turn on relaxing music. In that moment I am in a Creative Mood and I ready to create my art.


Nojoto Team: What types of art you have experimented with?
Inna: Long time ago I tried to paint on a canvas. But the glass painting and painting on canvas are a different feelings. Glass painting is very slow work and it is exactly for me because I like when it takes time, so that I can indulge in to it. 


Nojoto Team: What is your most favorite style of art?
Inna: My favorite is to mix the colors between each other. 
Transparent with opaque, transparent with pearl or opaque with pearl. 
With all these actions I can make different light effects  such as - shadow, drop of water, 3D effect etc.


Nojoto Team: Are you an extrovert or an introvert?
Inna: I cannot exactly say if I am an extrovert or an introvert. When I am in my creative mood and I painting - I am an introvert. It is one side of me. 
And another half is extrovert - I like meet new people. I love my Life which is full all different colours. We create our Life that is why most of my art are full of bright colours.


Nojoto Team: What is the most interesting comment/feedback you have got about your art and from whom? 
Inna: One time I showed my painting called "Through the Rain" to an Art Teacher and asked for her advice. 
She said it is incredible - how I got the effect of a wet road, glowing windows and the painted flowers with the effect of 3d and then she asked me to show some more of my techniques of the glass painting.








 
Nojoto Team: If you could do one thing for the World, what would it be?
Inna: I would like to paint the world in bright colors.


Nojoto Team: What is “your” favorite work till now?
Inna: My Favorite work till now Glass Painting called "Life and Soul". This painting means a lot to me. This is my soul, my spirit, my creative mood...





Nojoto Team: — If given 1 million dollars, what you want to do?
Inna: We all have an inner world that is quite distinct from the outer world. It is the world we meet when we have an emotional reaction, an idea, or close our eyes and live in our fantasies, imagination or dreams.
Rich person stops thinking about his inner world. That person thinking just about money. So I afraid to have a lot of money because I afraid to lose myself. What can I do with 1 million dollars is to give to person who is more competent in this matter.


Nojoto Team: What do you love about Nojoto? And why do you like it?
Inna:  Why I love "Nojoto"? Because "Nojoto" loves me ;) 
I feel that I am on it since the beginning and now it feel looks like a big family who cares about each other and I feel like I'm part of this friendly, positive, caring family. 
There are a lot of talented people from whom I can learn something new and interesting. We are so far from each other, but through "Nojoto" we get a little closer.
It's interesting to know the world, another world without leaving home just by using Interest Based Social Network called "Nojoto".


Nojoto Team: What is your message for other people who are young and have a passion for a particular interest?
Inna:  Never give up! If you have a dream then follow it. Setting goals is important for reaching your dreams. Successful people set goals and reach them step by step.


Team Nojoto: “Inna joined Nojoto’s family in very early days when we just started. She has the most amazing profile on Nojoto. She used “Collection feature” of Nojoto, in the way we thought not many people might understand. 


She has 6 beautiful collections in Traditional Arts – where each collection has a different life of its own – and has a different dimension. Words are not enough, to understand – you will have to check out her profile on Nojoto.  


1. Glass Painting by IB
2. Stained Glass Effect Painting
3. Step by Step Glass Painting
4. Bench – On Glass Details
5. Glass – Clock in details
6.  Colorful spring


Because we now that she has amazing taste in Music, we would love to see that side of Inna too and wish to see her Music Collection on Nojoto. 
Moreover, after seeing video of her art gallery on Nojoto, someday I really want to visit her Gallery and see her amazing artworks. 


We wish Inna’s artwork inspires millions of people to follow their passion, their interest.” 

#Amazing
#Talent #GlassPainting #InnaBugeja #awesomePeopleofNojot #awesome #Hatsoff

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THE RED HILL’S KING
 
Rise, O Red Hill’s King!
Prep your armies vast.
The demon horde conches the music o’ war.
Here arrives the beastly Son of Satan from South.
 
Your wicked Queen ran away,
Dealt your ancestral Holy Casket to the Beast.
The dark prodigy advances,
An ambition to annex your empire with Hell.
 
Why you drink now, my Lord?
This ain’t no cause of revel, you imbecile.
The royal sages forewarned,
Yet had no impact on your head.
 
O there he comes,
There they lay, your murdered guards.
Red Hill’s besieged,
Enters the Beast in your Royal Court.
 
 
Stomps and shatters your Holy Casket,
Stomps and shatters your peace.
Down on your knees you beg mercy,
Yet Ares directs to war.
 
Draws your sword from your scabbard
And strikes it at the Beast’s belly.
Stands, he, unscathed
And you, my Lord, in horror.
 
Gropes, he, from your hair
And drags you out on battlefield.
The ghastly battalion awaits,
For a sacrifice to Satan’s broth.
 
Your General marches forth aside,
Your army fearlessly behind,
You slice your sword at the Beast’s wrist
And you join your forces to command.
 
The gruesome clash begins,
A battle of Herculean might.
Fearlessly ride, you,
Slaying the monsters of the Beast.
 
Down goes your tower,
Down goes your castle to ruination.
Demonic catapults fire upon your army,
Diminishing your numbers’ might.
 
Unaffected, you charge,
Take the demon Beast head on.
Your General rides along with you,
Your most loyal warrior, a true Lancelot.
 
Down falls your number vast,
Down falls the Beast’s horde,
Your General trips down the usurper,
You strike his chest and splice his heart out.
 
Falls the Beast silent,
Drained off his flesh and blood.
You raise your sword sky-high,
The demon horde bewildered.
 
Retreats down the Hill,
The mighty usurper’s forces,
Take your sword to your reliquary,
A blade carrying the Beast’s heart.
 
Replace your Holy Casket with it,
Display your glory;
Head back to your throne,
And reclaim your inner peace.
 
Rebuilds your castle, brick-by-brick,
Regains your kingdom’s might.
Yet peace is afar,
For the fugitives still revolt.
 
Your remainder army suppresses them,
You rule your kingdom,
But the sky grows dark again,
A new struggle dawns.
 
Enters your General in Royal Court,
Speaks well of you from the commoner’s mouth.
Self’s glory lost amidst,
Exits the Court, this Machiavellian.
 
Enters the reliquary, this fallen comrade,
Takes your glorious blade
And dips the Beast’s heart
In the raging Satan’s flame.
 
Places the burning heart, he,
Into the bony ribs of imprisoned Beast’s remains.
Monster is revived,
A scion of Hell’s vengeance.
 
Rises the Devil Beast,
Snaps the neck of your General, my Lord.
Rises, he, from his dingy cell,
Into his ethereal form.
 
Burns a hole in your castle’s foundation,
Brings it down brick-for-brick.
A quake shakes the ground he walks,
Raises back his army, undead.
 
The demon ghouls march forth,
Revived under their commander,
Numbers regained.
A multitude of Death.
 
Your demeanour broken, my Lord,
Your numbers spent.
Your castle crumbles,
Your kingdom in mortal peril.
 
Ride out, you, to the battlefield,
With your remaining cavalry.
Infantry armed by your inspiration,
And scantily by armour and weapons.
 
Drawn close to each other,
The Beast and you;
A word to propagate upon,
Before the climactic bloodshed.
 
Beast: “Surrender, Red Hill’s King.
Naught hath happened irrevocable.
Surrender thee, and I
Shall make thee, my well-paid herald.”
 
King: “Nay! Thy fiery demon.
Pierce my bosom’s heart,
Mutilate my corpse!
The soul within shall reunite with the Holy Kingdom!”
 
Angrily, the Beast replies:
“Father Satan shall hath
Thy soul as his broth!”
And swings his mace down upon the King.
 
The Red Hill’s King with all his might,
Blocks the charge with his sword.
“Charge!” says you, my Lord,
And your loyal army advances to war.
 
The epic clash begins,
The gruesome war ensues,
Your numbers fully spent,
You retreat to your ruins.
 
Afraid and wounded, you flee,
Sends your last man to West.
Finds a cavern deep below
The ruins of your castle, to hide.
 
Marches forth the Beast
To your hideout.
Pulls you out like a worm from ground,
Drags you back, you cowardly wretch.
 
Tosses you in front of himself,
Orders his ghoulish force at halt.
Challenges your might, your glory,
In a head-on duel.
 
You arm yourself with your renowned blade,
The Beast with his fiery mace.
Prance upon one-another,
To decide this Age’s fate.
 
Valour you show, O mighty Red Hill’s Lord,
But your courage has no impact upon the Beast.
Every scar, every strain upon his body,
Brings you close to Hell’s wrath.
 
Has had enough antics, the Beast,
Strikes you with his mighty mace,
Your armour saves your bosom,
Yet you cough out blood.
 
Strikes, he, down his mace again,
Down upon your back.
You eat the dirt of your soil,
Adulterated by your royal blood.
 
Weary and wounded you lie,
Puddle of blood on the ground.
Choked by your final breaths,
Await you, my Lord, for Hades to embrace you.
 
Mercilessly beats the Beast, you,
No force against him standing.
The conch shells blow again,
Atop the Western hill.
 
The royal army stands firm,
Led by the Empress of West.
War-elephants, cavalry, infantry; all present,
Awaiting their Queen’s express command.
 
The Beast halts his shower of brutality,
Stares determined upon the Empress.
Her army marches forth,
To settle this Age’s final score.
 
The pace quickens of the Empress’ army,
Their cavalry gallops down with vigour.
The pace quickens of the ghoulish army,
All set for Hell’s sacrilege.
 
You, my Lord, find your humungous trumpet,
In the wreckage of your castle,
Makes it massive blow heard to all,
Your final battle cry.
 
The demons and the royals clash,
The Beast takes on the Empress.
So graceful and glorious is she,
Her legends come true to witness.
 
Slices clean the Beast’s legs,
Slices clean his abdomen in upper cut.
The Beast taken aback,
Continues to challenge her glory.
 
Makes their way down, the Empress’ war chariots,
Downhill with their bladed wheels.
Cuts the ghouls in pieces many,
Until the Beast stands solitary.
 
O Red Hill’s King, you
Grab a bow and arrow.
The string pulled with all your strength,
For one last of your move.
 
The Empress knocks down the Beast,
Stabs her blade in his chest.
You, my Lord, fire your arrow,
And blind this raging bull.
 
Drained, you fall incapacitated,
Yet the Beast rises again.
The sky echoes ferocious roars,
Fly down the Royal Winged-Lions of East.
 
Land and prance upon the Beast, they
Gnaw him to his bone.
Their sharp sabres dug in,
More effective than a mortal blade.
 
Chunks of flesh eaten away,
Stands up, the Beast, in a wobbly way.
The Hell’s Serpent constricts from beneath his feet,
Drags him down for his Father’s broth.
 
Lies you, my Lord, within Death’s grasp,
The Empress declares the war won to you.
Peacefully, you fall asleep for eternity,
A smile upon your face.
 
The Empress prays a seat for you in Heaven’s Court,
Takes back your glorious sword as her relic.
Cremates your body upon this war-torn land,
A history to be never subject to oblivion.
 
Comes down from Heaven, the Eternal King,
Down upon the Red Hill.
Annexes your empire to His,
Blesses your soul for afterlife’s journey.
 
Satan looks up at the Eternal King,
Swears vengeance in a soliloquy.
The present’s sunny sky- a canvas,
God smiles and hurls his roaring thunderbolt.
 
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"trouble in paradise for what we have seen land is no more ours to breathe neither is it green"

trouble in paradise
for what we have seen
land is no more ours to breathe 
neither is it green

#troubleinparadise
trouble in paradise
for what we have seen
land is no more ours to breathe
neither is it green
it is on fire as we say
burning to its core
problem is not them
its us, we have left it sore
war on war
a war for this land
war on war
and now life doesn't sustain
all we're left with is this sand
a war we have fought
a war we will fight
a war that took all away
this win doesn't feel right
a kiss from death
as we breathe in our sins
blood on our hands
we forgot how to grin
music is on
the birds haven't survived
ashes to breathe in
this apocalypse is our prize
killed our kind
kills on our mind
no more food to eat
only the flesh to grind
devil dances in the garden
i hoped this wasn't true
we ate the mankind
in breakfast, lunch and dinner too
the last kind
the last ones with mind
so much of intelligence
all this was timed
now take the last breathe as a bullet hits you
wish i was long gone now
there isn't much to live
and only this bullet feels true
so much of mankind
i hope the next learn from our mistakes
not much left for them
they don't even know what a grape tastes
goodbye mankind.

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Meet Aditi Sood: A 14 years Old Artist who expresses her emotions in the eyes she draws and feels that there is a strong connection between Mathematics and Art
We recently caught up with Aditi for a discussion where she discusses her life, her inspiration, her motivation, her love for
#Drawing "eye" and if given a wish, she wants to give all #blind people an eye so that they can see how beautiful the #world is.
Nojoto Team: Hi Aditi, describe yourself. Imagine writing a story on Nojoto.  Aditi: I am 14 years old and study in Class 9. I am live in Kota, Rajasthan (India).
I love sketching, painting, paper cutting and I aspire to become an architect one day to make the place we call "Home" more beautiful.  

Nojoto Team: From where did you get the inspiration for drawing?  What motivated you? – Any person or a situation in particular?
Aditi: My mom is my Inspiration for my artwork. She is great with fabric painting & home décor.
My relative tells me when I was in my mother's womb, she used to do a lot of paintings, and I guess from there only, I got the skill and hold of art.

Mom is not just my inspiration, but my guide too, she guides me with how to make art how to sketch, and how to make it better and better.  
Nojoto Team: How did your parents, friends, school, hometown influence your passion for art?
Aditi: I spent my childhood in Kota, and ever since I remember, I used to make something or other and people around me used to appreciate them, and hence with that motivation – I kept on creating more and more art, and that's it.
Moreover, my father also loves my artwork. He clicks all things I draw and makes them his mobile and laptop wallpaper, and hence the strong motivation and love for my art motivate me to make more and more artwork.  Hence, I guess it's the people around me who've motivated me and has kept me going.

Nojoto Team: How do you take out time to follow your passion, considering you have to go school, study etc?
Aditi: I generally sketch on Sundays and Holidays, but more than that I always sketch whenever I have Maths Exam.

I believe there is a strong connection between Maths & art. I believe both are very similar in their nature, and at the end make things beautiful.

Nojoto Team: What is the most fulfilling thing when you share your artwork with others?
Aditi:  The most fulfilling moment is actually when I create an art, and the second best moment is when I receive a lot of Awesome, Comments, Compliments & feedback on my art. In fact, I love both type of feedback – positive, and negative - when someone tells me what I was lacking. 
In fact, most fulfilling is the moment - is when someone follows my art and tries to re-do my creation from his/her own imagination. This gives me another perspective to how he/she thought the concept and went about it.
Nojoto Team: How do you go about creating your art – Starting from thinking about it – to imagining about it – to actually drawing it? Describe the creative process, which you take generally?
Aditi:  Whenever I think of a concept, I search and see how other artists have gone about that concept, and then I re-think the concept with my own imagination. I mix both the inspiration I have taken from other artworks, and my own imagination and then start drawing/sketching. But I make sure that each artwork of mine has my touch. 

I also follow different types of artists and keep seeing what they are doing and I believe Nojoto actually helps me follow other artists so that I can know what they are doing.

And there are also times when I just paint/sketch my creativity, and actually not see what is already created.  Below is one such art called "Glamour" 


There are few more doodle arts, which I have created, and below is from them. 


Nojoto Team: Have you ever drawn yourself or your parents or any other friend? If yes, what was their reaction after seeing it?
Aditi:  There was one time in school when I was sharing my artwork online, and my maths teacher saw it and loved it. He requested me to sketch him, and I asked him to send a high-quality photograph to me so that I can sketch.

It was my first sketch where I sketched an individual from his photograph. And as soon as, I sketched and showed him, he loved it and in fact made his display picture across social media networks.
Below is the same:


Then birthday of a friend was approaching and I asked her, what do you want as a birthday present, and she said, nothing could be more beautiful than a sketch by you. And after seeing the sketch, she then told me - that it one of the best birthday gifts I have ever received.
And then this series continued.

Nojoto Team: What types of art you have experimented with?
Aditi:  I started with sketching, then experimented with a glitter pen and people loved that too. I've also tried my hands at crafts and they too have come out very well. I also have a collection of my crafts i.e paper-cutting arts on Nojoto. And if anyone wants to follow my crafts, can follow my crafts collection.
Nojoto Team: What is your most favourite procession with respect to creating an art?
Aditi:  While I love all things that help me pour my creativity and make something beautiful, but I believe my favourite procession is Pencil. Because with Pencil, there is a freedom to rub it off and change something if you want.
With the pencil, I generally start with the outline, and then little shades of what I want to draw, and then slowly I give it the final shape.
Eyes generally are the last part of my sketch, because that requires the most amount of precision and imagination.
Nojoto Team: Are you an extrovert or an introvert?
Aditi:  I am an extrovert.

Nojoto Team: You know people love the way you express "eyes" through your art – What is the story behind it? And why do you love drawing "Eye" specifically?
Aditi:  I believe Art is all about expressing your feelings. The drawing we make is 2D, but because it needs to communicate the feelings and emotions and hence I believe eyes & lips communicate feelings and emotions better than anything else.
Also, when you see the process of a woman dressing up, you will see that she makes sure that she spends the most amount of time in doing her eyes, and that is why when I draw/sketch a woman, I make sure that the eye is given special importance.  

Nojoto Team: If you could do one thing for the World, what would it be?
Aditi:  I would give all the blind people in the world an eye because I believe with eyes people can see the world and enjoy its beauty.
Nojoto Team: - What is "your" favorite art till now?
Aditi:  The one below is my favorite art till now


Nojoto Team: What do you love about Nojoto? And why do you like it?
Aditi:   I like the concept that you can find people with Similar Interests on Nojoto and the fact that when I share my art on Nojoto, it reaches people of similar interests. 

Moreover, the point that I can create different types of collection for different types of art  – and hence organize my artwork better is good.

I have two types of "Collection" on Nojoto – Under "Traditional Arts" - One is for my sketches and other is for my paper craft.  

Nojoto Team: What is your message for other kids who are young and have a passion for a particular interest? 
Aditi: 
- Keep working on what you love, perfection will come automatically.
- Do not get demotivated, if you do not have perfection for something you love, keep working on your passion and one day you will achieve perfection. 

Nojoto Team:  What an Amazing Talent you are Aditi, We wish you tons of Luck and hope that many more people after reading will follow their passion as passionately as you.

Looking forward to more seeing more amazing artwork from you on Nojoto!

#Interview #Passion #Aditi #AmazingPeopleOfNojoto #Art #14YearsOld #Sketch #Woman #Eyes

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What can be called digital art?

Digital art is an artistic work or practice that uses digital technology as an essential part of the creative or presentation process. Since the 1970s, various names have been used to describe the process, including computer art and multimedia art. Digital art is itself placed under the larger umbrella term new media art.

After some initial resistance, the impact of digital technology has transformed activities such as painting, drawing, sculpture and music/sound art, while new forms, such as net art, digital installation art, and virtual reality, have become recognized artistic practices. More generally the term digital artist is used to describe an artist who makes use of digital technologies in the production of art. In an expanded sense, "digital art" is contemporary art that uses the methods of mass production or digital media.

Lillian Schwartz's Comparison of Leonardo's self portrait and the Mona Lisa based on Schwartz's Mona Leo. An example of a collage of digitally manipulated photographs

The techniques of digital art are used extensively by the mainstream media in advertisements, and by film-makers to produce visual effects. Desktop publishing has had a huge impact on the publishing world, although that is more related to graphic design. Both digital and traditional artists use many sources of electronic information and programs to create their work. Given the parallels between visual and musical arts, it is possible that general acceptance of the value of digital visual art will progress in much the same way as the increased acceptance of electronically produced music over the last three decades.

Digital art can be purely computer-generated (such as fractals and algorithmic art) or taken from other sources, such as a scanned photograph or an image drawn using vector graphics software using a mouse or graphics tablet.

Though technically the term may be applied to art done using other media or processes and merely scanned in, it is usually reserved for art that has been non-trivially modified by a computing process (such as a computer program, microcontroller or any electronic system capable of interpreting an input to create an output); digitized text data and raw audio and video recordings are not usually considered digital art in themselves, but can be part of the larger project of computer art and information art. Artworks are considered digital painting when created in similar fashion to non-digital paintings but using software on a computer platform and digitally outputting the resulting image as painted on canvas.

Andy Warhol created digital art using a Commodore Amiga where the computer was publicly introduced at the Lincoln Center, New York in July 1985. An image of Debbie Harry was captured in monochrome from a video camera and digitized into a graphics program called ProPaint. Warhol manipulated the image adding colour by using flood fills.

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Meet Inna Bugeja, An amazing artist who uses glass as the object to project her imagination and convert it into something really amazing & breath-taking.
We recently caught up with Inna for a discussion where she discusses her life, her inspiration, her motivation, her love for glass painting and much more. 


Nojoto Team: Hi Inna, describe yourself. Imagine writing a story on Nojoto.
Inna:  I was born in Ukraine in 1979 and developed an early interest in art. Art has always been a part of my life. 
Since I was 7, I went to different type of schools – arts, music (playing guitar), singing, dancing, and drawing. And I realized at age 10 that most of all, what I like is to draw.
I have been studying painting in an art school of Ukraine since last 5 years.
In school, I studied different techniques of drawing and have tested many materials that can be used for painting. Few which I tested are: canvas, ceramic, wood, iron and glass. And of course my love and my favorite is glass.


Nojoto Team: From where did you get the inspiration for drawing? What motivated you? — Any person or a situation in particular?
Inna: After my marriage in Malta and the birth of my child, I didn't had enough time to do my art. I have a 
wonderful family, the best husband, a lovely baby. I had a happy family life, until I realized that I did not 
seem to have enough of something inside of me. 
All I had was good, but I felt as if my soul was empty. I realized that I need to grow creatively – and need to 
listen beautiful music, should start reading interesting books, and meet creative people.
Years later, when my daughter grew up - I felt that I need to pick up my art on glass.


Nojoto Team: How did your parents, friends, school, hometown influence your passion for your art?
Inna: My husband always support me and encourage me my artwork. Sometimes when I start painting on glass, I just can't stop. I can paint for 16 hours without a break. It looks like I am in another dimension. He understands that my art is really important for me, so he helps me and motivates me to improve. 




Nojoto Team: How do you take out time to follow your passion?
Inna: Night is my time. I can focus & paint at night because it is all quiet, and everyone in my family is also asleep, so that’s the time when I am in creative mood and follow my passion of painting on glass. 


Nojoto Team: Why did you picked up Glass Painting only and not anything else?
Inna: I understood that glass is the material on which I want to paint, because Glass as a material can be worked in so many ways. Its ability to transmit and reflect light adds another layer of intrigue and meaning to the art.  There is no other material with gives so many options to the artist. 
I am using 3 different types of paints - transparent, opaque and pearl colours which are makes light effects.


Nojoto Team: What is the most fulfilling thing when you share your artwork with others?
Inna:  I really appreciate when other talented people comment on my art. I love to hear both good and bad comments, and that's how I can learn and improve next time.


Nojoto Team: How do you go about creating your art — starting from thinking about it — to imagining about it — to actually doing it? Describe the creative process, which you take generally?
Inna: I love Night, Full Moon, Magic... I turn on relaxing music. In that moment I am in a Creative Mood and I ready to create my art.


Nojoto Team: What types of art you have experimented with?
Inna: Long time ago I tried to paint on a canvas. But the glass painting and painting on canvas are a different feelings. Glass painting is very slow work and it is exactly for me because I like when it takes time, so that I can indulge in to it. 


Nojoto Team: What is your most favorite style of art?
Inna: My favorite is to mix the colors between each other. 
Transparent with opaque, transparent with pearl or opaque with pearl. 
With all these actions I can make different light effects  such as - shadow, drop of water, 3D effect etc.


Nojoto Team: Are you an extrovert or an introvert?
Inna: I cannot exactly say if I am an extrovert or an introvert. When I am in my creative mood and I painting - I am an introvert. It is one side of me. 
And another half is extrovert - I like meet new people. I love my Life which is full all different colours. We create our Life that is why most of my art are full of bright colours.


Nojoto Team: What is the most interesting comment/feedback you have got about your art and from whom? 
Inna: One time I showed my painting called "Through the Rain" to an Art Teacher and asked for her advice. 
She said it is incredible - how I got the effect of a wet road, glowing windows and the painted flowers with the effect of 3d and then she asked me to show some more of my techniques of the glass painting.








 
Nojoto Team: If you could do one thing for the World, what would it be?
Inna: I would like to paint the world in bright colors.


Nojoto Team: What is “your” favorite work till now?
Inna: My Favorite work till now Glass Painting called "Life and Soul". This painting means a lot to me. This is my soul, my spirit, my creative mood...





Nojoto Team: — If given 1 million dollars, what you want to do?
Inna: We all have an inner world that is quite distinct from the outer world. It is the world we meet when we have an emotional reaction, an idea, or close our eyes and live in our fantasies, imagination or dreams.
Rich person stops thinking about his inner world. That person thinking just about money. So I afraid to have a lot of money because I afraid to lose myself. What can I do with 1 million dollars is to give to person who is more competent in this matter.


Nojoto Team: What do you love about Nojoto? And why do you like it?
Inna:  Why I love "Nojoto"? Because "Nojoto" loves me ;) 
I feel that I am on it since the beginning and now it feel looks like a big family who cares about each other and I feel like I'm part of this friendly, positive, caring family. 
There are a lot of talented people from whom I can learn something new and interesting. We are so far from each other, but through "Nojoto" we get a little closer.
It's interesting to know the world, another world without leaving home just by using Interest Based Social Network called "Nojoto".


Nojoto Team: What is your message for other people who are young and have a passion for a particular interest?
Inna:  Never give up! If you have a dream then follow it. Setting goals is important for reaching your dreams. Successful people set goals and reach them step by step.


Team Nojoto: “Inna joined Nojoto’s family in very early days when we just started. She has the most amazing profile on Nojoto. She used “Collection feature” of Nojoto, in the way we thought not many people might understand. 


She has 6 beautiful collections in Traditional Arts – where each collection has a different life of its own – and has a different dimension. Words are not enough, to understand – you will have to check out her profile on Nojoto.  


1. Glass Painting by IB
2. Stained Glass Effect Painting
3. Step by Step Glass Painting
4. Bench – On Glass Details
5. Glass – Clock in details
6.  Colorful spring


Because we now that she has amazing taste in Music, we would love to see that side of Inna too and wish to see her Music Collection on Nojoto. 
Moreover, after seeing video of her art gallery on Nojoto, someday I really want to visit her Gallery and see her amazing artworks. 


We wish Inna’s artwork inspires millions of people to follow their passion, their interest.” 

#Amazing
#Talent #GlassPainting #InnaBugeja #awesomePeopleofNojot #awesome #Hatsoff

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THE RED HILL’S KING
 
Rise, O Red Hill’s King!
Prep your armies vast.
The demon horde conches the music o’ war.
Here arrives the beastly Son of Satan from South.
 
Your wicked Queen ran away,
Dealt your ancestral Holy Casket to the Beast.
The dark prodigy advances,
An ambition to annex your empire with Hell.
 
Why you drink now, my Lord?
This ain’t no cause of revel, you imbecile.
The royal sages forewarned,
Yet had no impact on your head.
 
O there he comes,
There they lay, your murdered guards.
Red Hill’s besieged,
Enters the Beast in your Royal Court.
 
 
Stomps and shatters your Holy Casket,
Stomps and shatters your peace.
Down on your knees you beg mercy,
Yet Ares directs to war.
 
Draws your sword from your scabbard
And strikes it at the Beast’s belly.
Stands, he, unscathed
And you, my Lord, in horror.
 
Gropes, he, from your hair
And drags you out on battlefield.
The ghastly battalion awaits,
For a sacrifice to Satan’s broth.
 
Your General marches forth aside,
Your army fearlessly behind,
You slice your sword at the Beast’s wrist
And you join your forces to command.
 
The gruesome clash begins,
A battle of Herculean might.
Fearlessly ride, you,
Slaying the monsters of the Beast.
 
Down goes your tower,
Down goes your castle to ruination.
Demonic catapults fire upon your army,
Diminishing your numbers’ might.
 
Unaffected, you charge,
Take the demon Beast head on.
Your General rides along with you,
Your most loyal warrior, a true Lancelot.
 
Down falls your number vast,
Down falls the Beast’s horde,
Your General trips down the usurper,
You strike his chest and splice his heart out.
 
Falls the Beast silent,
Drained off his flesh and blood.
You raise your sword sky-high,
The demon horde bewildered.
 
Retreats down the Hill,
The mighty usurper’s forces,
Take your sword to your reliquary,
A blade carrying the Beast’s heart.
 
Replace your Holy Casket with it,
Display your glory;
Head back to your throne,
And reclaim your inner peace.
 
Rebuilds your castle, brick-by-brick,
Regains your kingdom’s might.
Yet peace is afar,
For the fugitives still revolt.
 
Your remainder army suppresses them,
You rule your kingdom,
But the sky grows dark again,
A new struggle dawns.
 
Enters your General in Royal Court,
Speaks well of you from the commoner’s mouth.
Self’s glory lost amidst,
Exits the Court, this Machiavellian.
 
Enters the reliquary, this fallen comrade,
Takes your glorious blade
And dips the Beast’s heart
In the raging Satan’s flame.
 
Places the burning heart, he,
Into the bony ribs of imprisoned Beast’s remains.
Monster is revived,
A scion of Hell’s vengeance.
 
Rises the Devil Beast,
Snaps the neck of your General, my Lord.
Rises, he, from his dingy cell,
Into his ethereal form.
 
Burns a hole in your castle’s foundation,
Brings it down brick-for-brick.
A quake shakes the ground he walks,
Raises back his army, undead.
 
The demon ghouls march forth,
Revived under their commander,
Numbers regained.
A multitude of Death.
 
Your demeanour broken, my Lord,
Your numbers spent.
Your castle crumbles,
Your kingdom in mortal peril.
 
Ride out, you, to the battlefield,
With your remaining cavalry.
Infantry armed by your inspiration,
And scantily by armour and weapons.
 
Drawn close to each other,
The Beast and you;
A word to propagate upon,
Before the climactic bloodshed.
 
Beast: “Surrender, Red Hill’s King.
Naught hath happened irrevocable.
Surrender thee, and I
Shall make thee, my well-paid herald.”
 
King: “Nay! Thy fiery demon.
Pierce my bosom’s heart,
Mutilate my corpse!
The soul within shall reunite with the Holy Kingdom!”
 
Angrily, the Beast replies:
“Father Satan shall hath
Thy soul as his broth!”
And swings his mace down upon the King.
 
The Red Hill’s King with all his might,
Blocks the charge with his sword.
“Charge!” says you, my Lord,
And your loyal army advances to war.
 
The epic clash begins,
The gruesome war ensues,
Your numbers fully spent,
You retreat to your ruins.
 
Afraid and wounded, you flee,
Sends your last man to West.
Finds a cavern deep below
The ruins of your castle, to hide.
 
Marches forth the Beast
To your hideout.
Pulls you out like a worm from ground,
Drags you back, you cowardly wretch.
 
Tosses you in front of himself,
Orders his ghoulish force at halt.
Challenges your might, your glory,
In a head-on duel.
 
You arm yourself with your renowned blade,
The Beast with his fiery mace.
Prance upon one-another,
To decide this Age’s fate.
 
Valour you show, O mighty Red Hill’s Lord,
But your courage has no impact upon the Beast.
Every scar, every strain upon his body,
Brings you close to Hell’s wrath.
 
Has had enough antics, the Beast,
Strikes you with his mighty mace,
Your armour saves your bosom,
Yet you cough out blood.
 
Strikes, he, down his mace again,
Down upon your back.
You eat the dirt of your soil,
Adulterated by your royal blood.
 
Weary and wounded you lie,
Puddle of blood on the ground.
Choked by your final breaths,
Await you, my Lord, for Hades to embrace you.
 
Mercilessly beats the Beast, you,
No force against him standing.
The conch shells blow again,
Atop the Western hill.
 
The royal army stands firm,
Led by the Empress of West.
War-elephants, cavalry, infantry; all present,
Awaiting their Queen’s express command.
 
The Beast halts his shower of brutality,
Stares determined upon the Empress.
Her army marches forth,
To settle this Age’s final score.
 
The pace quickens of the Empress’ army,
Their cavalry gallops down with vigour.
The pace quickens of the ghoulish army,
All set for Hell’s sacrilege.
 
You, my Lord, find your humungous trumpet,
In the wreckage of your castle,
Makes it massive blow heard to all,
Your final battle cry.
 
The demons and the royals clash,
The Beast takes on the Empress.
So graceful and glorious is she,
Her legends come true to witness.
 
Slices clean the Beast’s legs,
Slices clean his abdomen in upper cut.
The Beast taken aback,
Continues to challenge her glory.
 
Makes their way down, the Empress’ war chariots,
Downhill with their bladed wheels.
Cuts the ghouls in pieces many,
Until the Beast stands solitary.
 
O Red Hill’s King, you
Grab a bow and arrow.
The string pulled with all your strength,
For one last of your move.
 
The Empress knocks down the Beast,
Stabs her blade in his chest.
You, my Lord, fire your arrow,
And blind this raging bull.
 
Drained, you fall incapacitated,
Yet the Beast rises again.
The sky echoes ferocious roars,
Fly down the Royal Winged-Lions of East.
 
Land and prance upon the Beast, they
Gnaw him to his bone.
Their sharp sabres dug in,
More effective than a mortal blade.
 
Chunks of flesh eaten away,
Stands up, the Beast, in a wobbly way.
The Hell’s Serpent constricts from beneath his feet,
Drags him down for his Father’s broth.
 
Lies you, my Lord, within Death’s grasp,
The Empress declares the war won to you.
Peacefully, you fall asleep for eternity,
A smile upon your face.
 
The Empress prays a seat for you in Heaven’s Court,
Takes back your glorious sword as her relic.
Cremates your body upon this war-torn land,
A history to be never subject to oblivion.
 
Comes down from Heaven, the Eternal King,
Down upon the Red Hill.
Annexes your empire to His,
Blesses your soul for afterlife’s journey.
 
Satan looks up at the Eternal King,
Swears vengeance in a soliloquy.
The present’s sunny sky- a canvas,
God smiles and hurls his roaring thunderbolt.
 
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"trouble in paradise for what we have seen land is no more ours to breathe neither is it green"

trouble in paradise
for what we have seen
land is no more ours to breathe 
neither is it green

#troubleinparadise
trouble in paradise
for what we have seen
land is no more ours to breathe
neither is it green
it is on fire as we say
burning to its core
problem is not them
its us, we have left it sore
war on war
a war for this land
war on war
and now life doesn't sustain
all we're left with is this sand
a war we have fought
a war we will fight
a war that took all away
this win doesn't feel right
a kiss from death
as we breathe in our sins
blood on our hands
we forgot how to grin
music is on
the birds haven't survived
ashes to breathe in
this apocalypse is our prize
killed our kind
kills on our mind
no more food to eat
only the flesh to grind
devil dances in the garden
i hoped this wasn't true
we ate the mankind
in breakfast, lunch and dinner too
the last kind
the last ones with mind
so much of intelligence
all this was timed
now take the last breathe as a bullet hits you
wish i was long gone now
there isn't much to live
and only this bullet feels true
so much of mankind
i hope the next learn from our mistakes
not much left for them
they don't even know what a grape tastes
goodbye mankind.

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