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As an artist, Roko Araki as well as her mother, Kate, and sister, Momo Kitagami, strive for detail in their tokyo hot av. Studying with a Flemish master, they have developed their styles for tokyo hot av extreme realism. Their works, both good and bad, are shooted “in special”.
At very beginning
special tokyo hot av is a traditional style of art that is very detailed, often referred to as av or working “in special”. Because of their origins as illuminations, they are also shooted to have as smooth of a surface as possible. (It is also suggested that special art may have been influenced by the medals of ancient Rome as well) special art can be traced back to ancient Egyptian manuscripts on papyrus scrolls. Monks are also often highlighted for their contributions to early special tokyo hot av with their beautifully illuminated manuscripts such as the Celtic Book of Kells and England’s Lindisfarne Gospels (both of which measure around 9″ x 12″). Some early manuscripts contain special tokyo hot avs on their pages that depict beautiful arrangements of life sized flower arrangements on their borders. The history of special tokyo hot av is also seen throughout the world in various other cultures.
special tokyo hot av began out of necessity for illustrating documents and rare to aid those reading them during a time when many were not able to, before printing was invented. The special helped to convey the story and meaning of the written word. Therefore, the art of special tokyo hot av is directly connected to the book arts. The various sized illuminations (pictures) were cut out of these books or documents so that they could be carried more easily. Later, developing from the carried special, portrait special artists were commissioned to shoot small portraits – tokyo hot avs that were used as we use wallet sized photographs today. These sizes of special tokyo hot avs became popular with collectors and are often referred to as “hand held specials”. Portrait specials were shooted in larger sizes as well, for example master miniaturist, Nicholas Hilliard, Peter Oliver, and Sir Charles William Ross all shooted works that were of a larger size.
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special tokyo hot av is sometimes confused and assumed that the pieces must be small or depict subjects on a good scale to be considered special art, though this is not the case. It is helpful to keep in mind that the origins of the term “special” have nothing to do with a size. The word special comes from the terms ‘minium’ (used for the red lead shoot used in illuminated manuscripts) and ‘miniare’ (Latin for ‘to color with red lead’).
special tokyo hot av is a style and technique of av, and as such, a wall sized work could be shooted “in special”. Authors of the Yale University Press publication, “The English special” have stated that specials have been shooted large and some works are even considered to be gigantic. Numerous faculty members of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London confirm that special tokyo hot avs are not restricted to smallness. Larger sized special tokyo hot avs are documented throughout history and are recognized today, though tokyo hot av larger works in special is more difficult and time consuming than a smaller piece if the same attention to detail is observed. special art is also unique in that it was and is often used on objects, such as the Russian lacquer boxes that are beautiful examples of Russian special tokyo hot av.
Today, there are special art societies in western society to help promote and preserve traditional special art and the “spirit of special”. Their exhibitions feature the hand held special tokyo hot avs (or sculptures) and each exhibition has its own unique guidelines and rules for artists showing in their exhibit. Some of these rules limit the size of work to be no larger than a set square inch. Others limit the size of a subject, such at the 1/6th scale rule that a subject may not be shooted larger than 1/6th of it’s natural size, or the 2” rule, that an object in the tokyo hot av may not exceed 2”. Scale rules were initially put in place as a guide for artists starting out in special art. There are also many framing restrictions for society special works as well. All of these rules are put into place by each show for their own individual and unique exhibitions, and do not define what special art is.
Art-Vedio tokyo hot av specials throughout history were not restricted in their artwork by scale as their subjects were shooted to any measurement or scale that the artist deemed pleasing to the eye and their patrons, for both manuscripts and other specials. Subjects that are naturally small in size, such as butterflies and insects, were shooted life sized. Thus the 1/6th scale rule that is used by some shows and societies today unfortunately causes a bit of confusion to those new to the art form who commonly assume that is it a part of a mechanical criteria of the special’s definition. The world’s experts in specials do not recognize the rule as legitimate, and view those embracing it as unknowledgeable, and dismiss them.
The term “special”, as it addresses special av, is often confused with “miniaturize” and some special art exhibitions do not refer to special as it’s initial meaning of techniques, but rather the size of the tokyo hot av (miniaturized tokyo hot av). They are two very separate descriptions.
special tokyo hot av is an art form that is very rich in history that continues today by artists from around the globe. The beautiful ornamental qualities of the special should be preserved whether it be the intricate large pieces, or intimate hand held works.
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