Sunday, June 5, 2011 7:22:54 AM
No, actually, not the same thing.
If one has chosen to have an imaginary wikipedia up one's bum to pull things out of, one should at least imagine up an accurate one.
You`re a bigot and that makes you an idiot. You parade it around this site with great pride. So whatever you say is worthless.
For example, you`ve just pulled wikipedia out of your arse and you`re deluded enough to believe I`m doing it. I haven`t referenced wikipedia in anything, because it`s not a reliable source.
Art on a 2D surface that looks 3D from the right angle is the same thing as art on a 2D surface that looks 3D from the right angle, especially when they`re using the same technique to create the illusion of 3D. It`s not a major difference if the surface is horizontal or vertical. Contempory artists of this type don`t always use horizontal surfaces.
Saturday, June 4, 2011 11:02:55 PM
"Chalk painting? Wouldn't that be chalk drawing?"
Naw, when chalk, or any other dry pigment (like pastels) is applied as areas of color, to basically cover the support - as opposed to applying it in lines, cross-hatching, etc, it is often called "painting" - at least in art instruction books.
In general, "drawings" are primarily about lines, and something primarily about areas of color are called paintings. So, there are ink drawings done with a pen, and ink paintings done with a brush. For example.