So whether it’s a small art piece for a foyer, or alcove – or a large painting that fills the entire wall, hall or lobby; art is as original and unique as you are.“If my art resonates with you, then I’m glad we’ve made a connection!
If you see a painting you like, but want it in a different size or color, then commission me, it’s easy, just scroll down this page to get your custom painting and lets get started!Measures: 24" x 18" x 1.5" on Deep Gallery Wrapped Canvas.Portrait painting of Angelina Jolie in pop-art style Painted in colors of pink, magenta, purple, and teal with emphasis on the eyes.The white of her face is abstractly painted with subtle textured paint. Measures: 20" x 20" x .75" (51 x 51cm) Acrylic on stretched canvas Sides of painting: 3/4" sides are painted white Words: "My lips lingering at the small of your back" written in the highlights of her hair falling on her back. SIDES: Painted black Gloss Varnish to protect from dust and harmful UV rays.With its enhanced autotile capabilities, quick event creation, and dungeon generator, you can have a game ready to play faster than ever before.”Game Maker“Do you want to develop computer games without spending countless hours learning how to become a programmer? Game Maker allows you to make exciting computer games, without the need to write a single line of code.
Design your very own games using easy-to-learn drag-and-drop actions – you can create professional-quality games within very little time.As a designer you have a lot of artistic freedom in Novelty.There are no templates or presumptions on how your game should look.It was developed by manga artist Hato Moa's dōjin circle Pigeo Nation Inc., and is the successor of a Flash game of the same name she created for April Fools' Day in 2011.A free demo version of Hatoful made with the Famous Writer engine was released later that year, followed by a full commercial version released on 30 October 2011 at COMITIA 98, and an English version released in February 2012.Peace and love, Deb Mixed media painting on stretched gallery wrap canvas by Deb Breton.