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The Lake

New art work in the LINEart Vision series.

X-ray : Lung ”

For your healthy,  paint your lung by yourself.

Pigment ink on paper, Lineart.

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The Lake

New art work in the LINEart Vision series.

Through the Viewfinder “

How about yours? Didn’t update my artwork in here for a long time

cause I’m still busy with my camera and new toy.

For someone who miss my artwork series please waiting me new art project arrive soon.

Pigment ink on paper, Lineart.

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The Lake

New art work in the LINEart Vision series.

Vision, The Lake.

Pigment ink on paper, Lineart.

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Minolta F10 Camera
LINE camera 11
ACTIONSAMPLER FLASH by Lomography Camera
Ricoh 500G Camera
Pinhole kidzlabs fun science products Camera
Dove
This artwork is two of my camera art collection. I use the pigment ink on the paper with my own lineart style of the marker. Create my own lines that present my imagination of the black ink and the white paper.

Inspiration from my camera. Visit my Flickr to see my photos from this camera. Hope you like it.

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http://www.redbubble.com/people/lineart/art/785860-1-line-vision-the-building
The vision, Building. The cityscape and the line of building, high-rise.

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LINEart camera 07
LINEart camera 08

This artwork is two of my camera art collection. I use the pigment ink on the paper with my own lineart style of the marker. Create my own lines that present my imagination of the black ink and the white paper.

Inspiration from my camera, Fujica MA-1 and Vaseline toy camera. Visit my Flickr to see my photos from this camera. Hope you like it.

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Happy New Year! Work hard and Smart like a rat.

This New year is the Year of the Rat, Brown Earth Rat Year in Chinese Lunar calendar. February 7, 2008 is the first day of the Chinese new year. But we also celebrating in this global New Year!

LINEart wish you a happy RAT Year 2008.

The Chinese zodiac signs are also used by cultures other than Chinese. For one example, they usually appear on Japanese New Year’s cards and stamps. The United States Postal Service and those of several other countries issue a “Year of the _____” postage stamp each year to honor this Chinese heritage. However, those unfamiliar with the use of the Chinese lunar calendar usually just assume that the signs switch over on Jan 1 of each year. Those who are serious about the fortune telling aspect of the signs can consult a table.

The Chinese zodiac is also used in some other Asian countries that have been under the cultural influence of China. However, some of the animals in the Zodiac may differ by country.

Find out more about Chinese New Year Days and Zodiac Animals from here.

Wish you have a Great Year, don’t forget to love our friends in any kind of life in this earth!

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