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Artwork variation so far in QoL part 1

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Saturnus    2,705

These are the masterpiece artwork variations so far. I have not checked for lower proficiency level artwork. I expect marble statues and metal statues to get additional variations at some point.

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cpy    182

Damn, wish we had more, MOAR MOAR! :D

Yeah a bit variation is always welcome, those look awesome.

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Saturnus    2,705

Btw, the paintings that are imitated are:

American Gothic by Grant Wood, 1930 (see note below)
unknown still life painting... suggestions?
One of the Composition series of paintings by Piet Mondrian
The Son of Man by René Magritte, 1964
not sure about the 5th one at all. Impressionistic or modern? suggestions?
unknown trompe d'oeil painting... suggestions?

The marble statue is obviously The Little Mermaid by Edvard Eriksen, 1913 (although interestingly that particular statue is bronze, not marble, and quite small in real life).

The small sculptures are probably supposed to be Amy Meier variations but I would hardly consider those masterpieces to be honest.

Note that the one feature of American Gothic that is interesting is missing here... the Gothic bit

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Mariilyn    265

The 5th one would be Convergence by Jackson Pollock, 1952. I doubt the 2nd one have a direct model of reference because still life paintings of food are common, and for the last one there is maybe The Pickle Jar by Arpad Romek, 1930.

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Saturnus    2,705
6 hours ago, Mariilyn said:

The 5th one would be Convergence by Jackson Pollock, 1952.

I don't think the colour language and style fits Jackson Pollock very well. Especially not Convergence which is has a far darker palette and a black underlying story line. It's far closer the CoBrA style of William Gear or Asger Jorn but definitely abstract expressionism.

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Mariilyn    265
7 hours ago, Saturnus said:

I don't think the colour language and style fits Jackson Pollock very well.

I thought it was a clear allusion to the drip painting technique that made Pollock famous. The different color palette could be due to the "ONI style", as if the composition was made by splattering the ingame basic paint colors on a canvas with the artist paint gun tool.

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watermelen671    9,212
14 hours ago, Saturnus said:

I have not checked for lower proficiency level artwork.

I gotchu. :wilson_love:

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Also can I please just point out something?

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That fruit covering his face? That's a kuku melon.

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That suit he's wearing? That's the scientist's outfit.

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That bowler hat he's wearing? I want it.

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Mariilyn    265

The Askhan posing-in-front-of-the-galaxy painting looks like perfect material for a science podcast cover art : 

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.. to the point where I wonder if it was truly a nod to that show. Edit : Nope, I was not looking at the right scientist at all. My bad! Either way, I found it funny. :) Still eligible material for podcast cover art.

 

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Saturnus    2,705
12 hours ago, Mariilyn said:

I thought it was a clear allusion to the drip painting technique that made Pollock famous. The different color palette could be due to the "ONI style", as if the composition was made by splattering the ingame basic paint colors on a canvas with the artist paint gun tool.

I did some digging. And although Pollock, at least in my mind, was most famous for his use of black lines to connect the figures in the picture to a whole, he did do some work with almost no blacks in his most early work. I think I have found the painting that is the basis in Shimming Substance from 1946.

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Icywolf    15

I think it is more  Norman Bluhm or Sam Francis as inspiration. 

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The shapes are pretty much the same as Norman Bluhm's Time 3:30...

while the colour pallet reminds me of Sam: 

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Saturnus    2,705

@Icywolf I think you might be right. Admittedly I'm not that into abstract art that I could definitely say precisely which exact painting is the basis, just like the Mondrian one. I'd have a hard time pin pointing exactly which one of his paintings in the basis but I definitely think it's from the Composition series.

As a fun extracurricular exercise; which painting is my profile picture from? 

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Mariilyn    265
14 minutes ago, Saturnus said:

I think it is more  Norman Bluhm or Sam Francis as inspiration. 

Maybe! I found some other Norman Bluhm's artwork that might qualify as inspiration : the aptly named Circus, 1959 and Chicago, 1920.

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14 minutes ago, Saturnus said:

As a fun extracurricular exercise; which painting is my profile picture from? 

La Jeune Martyre de Paul Delaroche ... it was used as the cover of a music album (Martyre) from a danish metal band (Saturnus) :shock:

 

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Icywolf    15

Or considering it seems to be the lower quality painting, it might be just "Dupe" by Mi-Ma - it looks like 3 options for low and 3 for high quality for each landscape and portrait? 

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Saturnus    2,705
1 hour ago, Icywolf said:

Or considering it seems to be the lower quality painting, it might be just "Dupe" by Mi-Ma - it looks like 3 options for low and 3 for high quality for each landscape and portrait? 

If you're thinking about this one 
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I think that's inspired by Brigitte Bardot
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Saturnus    2,705
2 minutes ago, Icywolf said:

No, that's obviously a high-quality one.

The Brigitte Bardot-like poster is medium quality. Just like the Carl Sagan one.

3 minutes ago, Icywolf said:

I am talking about 

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That one is a high quality one.

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babba    511
On 11/28/2018 at 1:26 PM, SakuraKoi said:

So... will the age rating of ONI go up thanks to the marble masterpiece?

Only if Flag Posts with own texture uploads by the players get implemented :confused:

That would be like in the game ThisWarofMine where we can play with Zoidberg, Hitschler & Obama

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Mariilyn    265

Hmm yeah nvm, posted a few minutes too late.

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That one is Girl with a Pearl Earring, by Johannes Vermeer, ~1665, but the comparison with Brigitte Bardot is hilarious.

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Saturnus    2,705
Just now, Icywolf said:

Meisje met de parel.jpg is actually Vermeer, predates Brigitte by a few centuries :)

Good catch. But why is it medium quality then?

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