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What I've Been Working On- September 2010

Posted by Stan Levine on Monday, September 27, 2010, In : The Artist's Journal 
Hello Stanimation Fans!

It has been a few months since I've blogged.
Most of my progress can be viewed by checking out my work on this website.  I have completed a few more paintings.
I recently enrolled in a life drawing class.  I'll have some work to show you in the not too distant future from that class.
I am excited and looking forward with great anticipation to my art show at the Jewish Community Center in Walnut Creek from October 7- December 31.  I will be exhibiting 12 acrylic landscape p...
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May 17 What I've Been Working On

Posted by Stan Levine on Tuesday, May 18, 2010, In : The Artist's Journal 
This week I needed a break from painting.  I decided to look for ways to fulfill a long neglected dream of being a game developer.  I found this great webiste, http://www.protorpg.com that has a download of a role playing game engine written in Javascript by Pierre Chassaing.  I have very little programming knowledge of Javascript.  I was purely driven by my passion to create an online role playing game to study the Javascript files in the "Games," file that comes with the "Demo," Download.  ...
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Acrylic Tribute Portrait Painting of Corey Haim By Stan Levine

Posted by Stan Levine on Thursday, March 25, 2010, In : Acrylic Paintings by Stan Levine 
Corey Haim was a famous teen actor that lived from December 23, 1971 and recently died on March 10, 2010 (38 years old) as a possible result of a drug overdose.  It was known that Corey was troubled by drug addiction through out the later portion of his acting career. I remember him as Sam, from the movie "The Lost Boys," directed by Joel Shumacher in 1987.  He played the role of Michael's little brother.  Michael (Jason Patric) was lured into a family of vampires by "David," (Kiefer Sutherla...
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How To Draw A Basketball

Posted by Stan Levine on Friday, March 19, 2010, In : How to Draw 
Before we begin this tutorial make sure you have a basketball to look at.  If you don't own one, you can find a high quality photo of on online by doing an image search.  You will need this list of materials (below) to follow along with this tutorial:

1.  A set of 12 Prismacolor Art Markers, available for purchase from Amazon using my associates link for $21.61 (save $32.59 (60%)).  This set includes primary and secondary colors. 
2.  A set of 12 Prismacolor  Colored Pencils, available for pur...
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