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    Thumbs up Free Internationa Art Exhibition

    Free International Art Exhibition

    Mostra gratuita itinerante | Free travelling exhibition | +400 artists

    INVITO A PARTECIPARE
    ITA | microbo.net ti invita a partecipare gratuitamente a micro2, una mostra itinerante con oltre 400 artisti che microbo.net realizerà nei prossimi mesi per promuovere l’attività di artisti emergenti presso gallerie e spazi espositivi milanesi * micro2: comunicare, esprimersi e raccontare... * L’iniziativa si intende a tema libero, possono partecipare tutti gli artisti italiani e stranieri senza limiti di età. Artisti intesi come coloro che operano con le arti visive, la poesia, la scrittura ecc... * Puoi partecipare a micro2 una sola volta nella vita, perciò se non hai partecipato alle edizioni precedenti. * L'unico obbligo è quello del formato, "Micro", appunto, esattamente 5x5 cm (max spessore 2 cm) e non devono essere incorniciate. * Le tecniche di realizzazione del proprio elaborato sono libere.
    INFO: http://www.microbo.net/pdf/micro2_ita2011.pdf
    INFO: http://www.microbo.net/micro2


    CALL FOR ARTISTS
    ENG | microbo.net invites you to participate free in micro2, a traveling exhibition with more then 400 artists in galleries and art places in Milan (Italy), which microbo.net will realise in the next months to promote the activities of emerging artists. * micro2: communicate, express themselves and tell ... * You can participate only once in life, so if you have not participated in previous editions of micro2 * The initiative is open to any subject, for all artists, as those working with visual arts, poetry, writing etc. * The only requirement is the format, "Micro", in fact, exactly 5x5 cm. (1.97x1.97 inches - maximum thickness of 1 inch) without any frame * The technical implementation is free.
    INFO: http://www.microbo.net/pdf/micro2_eng2011.pdf
    INFO: http://www.microbo.net/micro2

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    book online old edition: http://microbonet.blogspot.com/2011/...go-online.html

    MOVIE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RkXqe...eature=related
    MOVIE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kd-lc...eature=related




    SEE YOU IN MICRO!! ^_^
    Misterpaint.
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    you know what would be fun to do is have our own collection of small art works... we could collect the small images from contributors here on the forum. perhaps an idea.
    would be great to see them on display at ambient design maybe. just a thought for an art project.

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    This is an original opportunity for all artists, I hope to see you there!
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    This is my micro painting ^_^ for this exhibition!

    Name:  micro_2.jpg
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    Name:  micro_3.jpg
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    I have used ArtRage Studio Pro 3, printed it on sticker sheet, and fixed with glue on forex panel (3mm)
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    That's very cool. Is the texture coming from the glue?? Makes it look very real. I assumed, until I read your post, that you had actually painted it physically on the canvas. If not, that's a pretty impressive advertisement for you and for Artrage!

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    yeah! the glue is very dense and applied with a real brush creates this effect. the texture that you see in the painting is "EssentialCanvas" (default canvas of artrage studio)
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    Hi Stephano!

    Your micro painting is awesome - gorgeous result

    Did you have this work professionally printed onto the sticker sheet?
    Also, what exactly is a sticker sheet? (and why did you need to glue it onto the board?)

    Sorry for all the questions... but you always do inspire me

    Cheers,
    Rowena.

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    hi! sorry...maybe I'm wrong word

    I used these:
    http://cgi.ebay.com/100Sheets-Blank-...item2c5e5c8c14



    I applied this on a small panel material "FOREX"
    The adhesive sheet is very convenient because it does not create bubbles and cracks on the surface (as opposed of the glue).
    While the glue, I have applied it over the painting and the edges (fixing the edges and creates a particular effect on the painting)
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    Cool
    ..and thanks for the explanation.
    I am surprised that the glue did not spoil the print color too much - but its very good end result!

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