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    SketchBook: here's a quick architectural study: ...

    here's a quick architectural study:


    http://poli.oppono.de/pulverturm.jpg
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    SketchBook: Thanks Mannion! Will try when I get the time....

    Thanks Mannion! Will try when I get the time.
    Thanks aburnier!
    Thank you rupunu!
    Thanks for your kind words Marian!
    Thanks z-uo!
    Thank you chassler!
    Uiriamu: thanks, haha, I've been told before...
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    Ask the clients what their budget is....

    Ask the clients what their budget is. Professional studios/publishers have a set budget for work like that and will either tell you outright (most big clients have set rates) or come out with it if...
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    Certainly quicker, but better? Depends on what...

    Certainly quicker, but better? Depends on what youre looking for in a picture. Abundant detail, sure. An impression of light and colour that is true to life? Cameras suck at that, big time. Id say...
  5. Not directly relating to your questions, but I'd...

    Not directly relating to your questions, but I'd like to chime in here:

    Bear in mind that it is very likely that it'll take you significantly longer than two years to get from beginner to industry...
  6. Tell me about it. I had one piece go through no...

    Tell me about it. I had one piece go through no less than 16 iterations once, some of them quite radically changing the whole artwork. Just how it goes sometimes, thats part of the job description....
  7. For sketches or thumbnails, absolutely. But try...

    For sketches or thumbnails, absolutely. But try constructing a city scene with buildings converging to several vanishing points by hand, then have your client tell you that you need to change the eye...
  8. I can't really imagine how. The point of using a...

    I can't really imagine how. The point of using a 3D underlay (sketchup/MODO/3DSM etc.), which I do quite regularily for professional work, is primarily to speed up the process and to be more flexible...
  9. Sticky: Well, of course, if you know an artist's...

    Well, of course, if you know an artist's biography to such an extent, judging their achievements or lack thereof is another matter, though I am not sure at all if I'd ever feel safe enough in that...
  10. Sticky: Man, you're really going out of your way to...

    Man, you're really going out of your way to ignore some points of my question here. Let's scratch "aloofness" (the concept that I find higheaded is not so much the believing in one's own talent but...
  11. Sticky: Ahh, you see, I would argue that the...

    Ahh, you see, I would argue that the investigation has scientific merit beyond the pragmatic, argueing from the point of a scientist more than from an artist's point of view. Look at intelligence-...
  12. Sticky: The reasoning behind your conviction about this...

    The reasoning behind your conviction about this is tripping me up (this is an excourse to the "does talent axist" question and presupposes that it does indeed exist). If you need to be talented to...
  13. Sticky: Your arguing against strawmen here Kev. I...

    Your arguing against strawmen here Kev.


    I can't, but I'd certainly like to. Why wouldn't you?


    No, but I would like to examine the physical correlates of whatever the word refers to.

    ...
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    That depends on the situation. If you want to...

    That depends on the situation. If you want to study light, colour, form etc., imitation is the best way to go.
    If you're asked to create an imaginative scenario for a client, imitation can only take...
  15. Sticky: The major problem with hermeneutic reasoning and...

    The major problem with hermeneutic reasoning and the main reason why my stance towards the theories put forth by that scientific tradition is mostly agnostic. I'd love to examine some of the aspects...
  16. Sticky: The way I read it is that I erroneously took your...

    The way I read it is that I erroneously took your original statement to refer to some disembodied quality/entity "existing" in a room of talented friends of yours. If you read your original statement...
  17. Sticky: At no time did I claim any of this or presume to...

    At no time did I claim any of this or presume to lecture you on anything. I was merely offering my point in this discussion. To be honest I don't really understand where all the aggression and...
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    SketchBook: thanks man! my contribution to international...

    thanks man!

    my contribution to international self portrait day:
    http://poli.oppono.de/stud_1114_01.jpg
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    http://poli.oppono.de/stud_1114_01.jpg
  20. Sticky: I'm telling you that all you perceive is created...

    I'm telling you that all you perceive is created by your own mind based on sensory input, and that this perception does not prove anything about the existence of anything outside of yourself. If you...
  21. Sticky: What you "feel" or perceive all only happens in...

    What you "feel" or perceive all only happens in your brain, and your brain alone, so whatever you're feeling in that room is really only a reflection of your state of mind and not of the abilities or...
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    SketchBook: Thanks kambei! haha thanks ashess, no danger...

    Thanks kambei!

    haha thanks ashess, no danger of that happening though ;)

    Thank you MartinGill!

    Thank you Kimonas! Fill-time- not really. I have a normal day job plus university besides...
  23. Sticky: I do believe that talent does exist, but it...

    I do believe that talent does exist, but it neither has any practical application nor does in mean the same thing that laymen mean when they use the term.

    Talent as in "technical skills without...
  24. Sticky: You certainly have the patience of a teacher....

    You certainly have the patience of a teacher. First people blow up in your face for linking to your blog (rightly so, but not in a civil way) and now you have to deal with the deranged ramblings of...
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    Oh man I miss the old days when a nutter like...

    Oh man I miss the old days when a nutter like this would blow up big time :/
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