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Traditional-Media strives to feature some of the most inspiring traditional artworks that members submit.
This group is not just a collection of all things traditional. Rather, it is a feature of outstanding traditional artworks made in various styles.
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Until Feb 9, 2015

Founded 5 Years ago
Dec 8, 2009

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Submissions are open again + Feature

Journal Entry: Sun Jan 4, 2015, 1:29 PM
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Welcome to Traditional-Media! Everyone is welcome to join! Please read our Rules and FAQ before submitting! And be sure to take part in our favhunt!


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Dear members,

Submissions are open again. Happy New Year!



Monthly feature: November 2014



Monthly features are when all of the admins go through what has been accepted in the past month and pick their favorite work. This can be a difficult task since there is so much lovely work pouring in daily!

Please enjoy!

Melimaiel's choice : The reds by VenskeArts
An enchanting forest. Lovely color combination and composition

Melimaiel`s choice: Tall Poppy - Oil Painting by AstridBruning
Amazing detail and dimension in this work. Overall a stunning piece.

Melimaiel`s choice: Quintessentially Redhead - Ballpoint Pen by VianaArts
Great atmosphere. I really like her soft look. Lovely piece.

bbfan77's choice: Anaglyphic Still-Life by syringe-love
 Love the effect and the textures, the scull and the roses are real, have volume, and the colors just make it more interesting.

bbfan77`s choice: Essence of Life by EvaGataArtist
The textures are brilliant

bbfan77`s choice: Frysian Hound by EsthervanHulsen
The dog looks like it will jump out of my screen and play, great detail on the fur and the eyes and muzzle are practically alive.

Andy813`choice: T-34/85 'RUDY' by krzysiek-jac
This distinctive graphite drawing of a World War II era tank strongly portrays the power of combat, with well defined structural details. Great, yet simple use of perspective and exceptional shading in an impressive salute to the art of man-made weaponry.

Andy813`s choice: Farm - Oil painting by Ben-Seffaj
A flawlessly rendered oil painting capturing the bountiful open space and tranquility of an isolated farm in Spain. The panoramic landscape gloriously intertwines lush green bushes with sere vegetation, and effortlessly follows through with level changes, illustrating sun-kissed frontal pathways and a grey mountainous high peak in the distance.

Andy813`s choice: Iris - Polymer Clay Flowers by Vakhara
A divinely and delicately crafted iris flower, making use of a sweet and affectionate display of complimentary colors; petals easing from lavender to yellow, uniquely radiating warmth and beauty.

SKM-art`s choice: Carey Mulligan - Daisy from The Great Gatsby by cfischer83
Amazing attention to detail and a facial expression that captures and demands your attention. I love how the contrasts of the background compliments the portrait perfectly.


SKM-art`s choice: Alice Cooper by ochopanteras
A fantastic example of mixed media and surrealism. A very well done and uncanny likeness of Alice Cooper. The eyes are amazing!

SKM-art`s choice: Poznan Townhall. by Krystian0Wozniak
It’s incredible how much detail this open-air drawing has. The composition, depth and even the light and dark shading is exciting to see. Love the technique!

Have a wonderful day.
Take care,

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Dam-B Featured By Owner 3 days ago  New member Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you very much for accepting my submission! :D
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DavidStaege Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2015
Hello Everyone,
I never thanked you when you let me join your group. And I never submit any art here too. The fact is, that I don't feel comfortable beeing a member of this group. The Artworks here have mainly very high quality and the artists have professional skills. With my amateurish skills I don't fit in this group very well. So I think it is better to leave this group.
Nevertheless I will still watching your group and the great artworks published here!
All the best
David
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lukuluku666 Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Tkank You for accepting:-)
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b-Dedi Featured By Owner Edited Jan 4, 2015   General Artist
Hey :wave:
Just wanted to ask finally, because it seems that I've got a problem with submitting to all the groups which don't have a "contribute"-button at the top of their pages. For me there is no way to submit to the gallery-folders themselves, because there is simply no possibilty showing up to me.
Can you help or maybe give me a hint what this is about?
Thanks :aww: !
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