Are You Interested In Artwork

There are many forms of art that have appeared in the world. Each piece of art is created for a different purpose. Creating a work of art does not limit anyone. But it only requires creativity from someone who wants to create it. From small to adult all can do that. Everyone knows that works of art from the moment they were first discovered are growing every day. In fact, people continue to create new types of art themselves.

Judging from the shape of the artwork is divided into 2 parts, namely 2 dimensions and 3 dimensions. 2-dimensional artwork can only be seen from two points of view, namely front and back. Meanwhile, 3-dimensional works of art can be seen from various points of view.

Here is an example of a 2-dimensional artwork :

1. Painting

Paintings are contemporary works. Where people provide a canvas as a foundation. Then form strokes with a brush moistened with color to form a picture. The difficulty in making paintings is that we cannot overlap colors. So people need to replace the result with a new canvas if the image doesn't work or is less than perfect. Usually people use the palette as a place of color. Today there are many varieties of painting such as abstract, surrealism, and cubism.

2. Graffiti

Graffiti is any word engraved on paper. Short writing can be made beautiful because of graffiti. Even some words from Arabic can also be enhanced with graffiti. People usually choose words that are not common in making graffiti.

Here is an example of a 3D artwork :

1. Batik

Batik is a collection of patterns of paint that people enter along with making clothes. Generally, batik is used for formal events such as weddings and seminars. Batik is identical with various patterns. Where the patterns are related to each other. As if inseparable.

2. Miniature

We often see miniatures in historical museums. In short is the existence of a form that imitates the original example. The point is to provide a basic overview to visitors. Before people actually find their true form. Almost the same as sculpture. But it is formed on a completely flat foundation. Although it can also be made from miniature molds. And the size is usually smaller than the original size.

3. Statue

Sculptures are formed by engraving on whole objects. Usually people use knives and chisels.  Depending on whether the manufacture of wood or stone. The higher one's carving technique, the better the sculpture that can be made. The difficulty in making sculptures is that if we fail we cannot continue the work. People need new raw materials. For that the statue takes months to become a perfect whole object. Sometimes statues are often used as monuments. Usually monuments are made to remind historical events.

4. Craft

Crafts are objects made from used goods. Examples are plastic, metal, and stone. Where the item has become useless or damaged. The various used goods are collected and then processed freely. Like cut, glued, punched, and rolled. between each other. Until it becomes an amazing result. It depends on what people's goals are in making crafts. Often crafts are made for decorative purposes.

5. Ornament

We often see ornaments at home. Pots, Jars, and Teapots are the result of ornamentation. In the past, ornaments were only made from wet clay which was shaped and then dried. But now ornaments can also be made of glass. Plates and bowls for example that we often use. Different from clay. People blow molten material onto molds to make ornaments out of glass.

6. Origami

Origami is formed from the combination of paper folds. Paper boats that people can run on water for example. It is a form of origami. Origami is usually made for entertainment, not for buying and selling. If you are not proficient in origami, it will not be an interesting form. Because of the nature of paper that is easily wrinkled. You have to replace it with a new one.

7. Woven

Webbing as the name suggests is made by weaving. If you have ever eaten kupat. The kupat container is the result of the weaving process. People only need a flexible material for weaving such as coconut leaves. Uniquely webbing is not monotonous in one color. We can combine it with other colors. The difficulty is if the material is too thin, it can tear. So sometimes people need to be careful when weaving.

Besides that, there are other works of art that are not made but are displayed. This art is purely to entertain anyone who sees it. Such as :

1. Opera

Opera is played on stage. Participants usually wear masks on their heads. And each plays a different role according to the script. There are antagonists, protagonists and tritagonists. It depends on what role they play.

2. Dance

Dance is an art that is moved. The movements are diverse but beautiful. Does not refer to hand and foot movements. But sometimes there are people who use tools such as plates or kris as an addition.

3. Puppet

Puppets are shown in a dark room with spotlights. Usually people use wayang puppets as participants rather than humans. Almost the same as opera. The script is read and the puppets move according to the script. Usually tells stories from the past.

4. Circus

Circus can also be called attractions. People use their skills to show their special abilities. Like walking on a thin rope for example. Sometimes animals are also included in the circus.

Given that technology is growing. We can not only create works of art in the real world. But it can also be through the digital world. Here are the kinds of works of art in the digital world :

1. Logo

Another term logo is a brand. We create a logo from pieces of images that are already stored in a folder that is arranged in such a way in Photoshop. After becoming a logo it is applied to various objects. If you've ever seen a stamp on food. This is an example of a logo.  Logos are used in various companies for promotion

2. Invitation Card

Invitation cards can be formed with the presence of Microsoft Word. We just need to write a few words. Adjust the format as desired there. Then turn it into an image that can be printed and shared with many people.

3. Stickers

Stickers come from images that are made freely using computer tools through certain software such as Corel Draw. Overlaid with color. then the image is given a delimiter on the side of the image at the end. Then printed with some kind of adhesive glue. Anyone can make it as decoration.

Until now, works of art have formed a large community in the world. This is because works of art have spread to various directions through interactions from one place to another. We find the benefits of the work of art itself in the end.


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