Inspired by the crowded city we call home, this piece is full of beautiful images of Hong Kong. Nothing can liven up a city like the crowded streets of the city’s main shopping district, Mongkok.
Drawing with Color Capture Pen on skills she had acquired while working at a London design agency, Louise created her vibrant layered print using hand-picked techniques, which made for a real treat for the eyes. The printing is done with museum-quality Giclee inks, using the same technique as their eraser. It is the first time in her career that she has printed with Giklese, and it is her first use of this technique in print.
Designer Megumi Takami’s piece looks minimal, but her eyes are marked with a pop of color. The design is embossed and she used a delicate Japanese paper that becomes transparent when heated. She was able to capture the finesse of the design and the contrast between white paper and black ink.
This work by Hong Kong-based pen and ink artist Gar Lai contains a dizzying amount of detail and truly captures the finesse of the design and the contrast between white paper and black ink.
With the aim of offering affordable art as decoration, KAKAHUETTE has worked with a number of photographers to produce a wide selection of high-quality, high-quality and affordable artwork that will adorn your home. You will surely love the work of this artist and your guests will not be afraid to take their eyes off the art. There is no doubt that Hong Kong’s stunning architecture and cityscapes will always surprise anyone, and from the breathtaking views over vibrant colors and vibrant landscapes, you will be sure to love the works of these artists. With a variety of emerging local and international artists whose works you can find on our website.
Bamboo Scenes is a photo gallery that offers a wide range of Hong Kong-based artists “work at an affordable price. The gallery celebrates the creativity of local artists and aims to make a wide range of works accessible to a wider audience. The photos are printed, framed and sold exclusively in bamboo scenes in three sizes to support local craftsmanship.
The gallery believes it can give something back to its community, with 10% of the profits from each sheet sold donated to selected charities.
We have a gyroscope on the Galaxy Note 10 series with the S Pen so we can perform aerial actions. This means that we can do things like pull up to change camera mode, or make swirling movements to zoom in and out of the camera. We haven’t found any new gestures that change our mobile phone use, but it can be very useful for things like remote selfies.
We do it for actors and people traveling to and from work, and we use it as an object, so it’s fun to add bunny ears to friends from time to time.
You can change the color of an image or photo using the Brush Tool in Color Blend mode. You can also select a different brush to change the way your brushstrokes look. An alternative way to increase the brush size is to press the right bracket key several times.
The eraser is not selected but can be used later to delete the marks after they have been added to the image. If you do not select it, you can use it later in Color Transfer mode to delete color marks added during capture, such as inks in the lower-left corner of the image. The eraser is not selected, but can also be used later to erase color markers before they are added to the captured ones.