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You are talking about college but you could also look for a different education. It doesn't have to be college or you could even do it self-taught, but it's harder.
Look at this school:...
Kev and Jeff, very interesting. Thanks guys. I'm starting to get the big picture here.
If you excuse me, I will start applying my newfound knowledge right away.
Thanks for taking the time Jeff, it helped!
fuck, thanks for the enlightenment bjoern3000.
Good info here:
Yeah, I assumed too much ;)
in my opinion it's not that simple. Your eyes get used to things, that's why you flip the image or back away.. It's the same with the simplified to complex thing, it...
Off course everything is simplified and translated..
What I'm trying to say, and might not be what It really says, I don't know, is that you don't need to simplify things to their basic forms...
instant gratification ≠ art
the way I got better results is to look into simple objects and light them with a single light source. Really look how light describes form, and change the light directions to get a better...
The famous artist course has a very good lesson on this.
They teach you to break every object, regardless of its complexity down into one of the primitives: cube, sphere, cone, cylinder, or a...
I think it doesn't hurt anyone if you'd like to talk about 1 or 2 theories you have, or if you'd like to understand more how the brain works and have someone who had other experiences give you there...
Finally someone talks about the topic and not about the recurring themes of CA. (like I said, partly my fault, because of the way I arranged the topic, and some of the quotes.)
This is exactly...
Being the eternal beginner that I am, here is a beginner opinion on visual memory:
Has I draw more and more, I start to think that the reason why some young people have an head start...
Interesting article about talent by Greg Manchess
some very promising work!
In your concepts, try to study your subject more, use references, from life, from photo's, shoot your own too. Because your drawings and paintings are clearly better when you draw from life in...
Loving the fluidity and control of your lines! I really think that it's just a matter of time for you to get wherever you want to be! You have all the ingredients to succeed. Just keep working and...
You're on another level, so I don't really know how to critique your work, but I really like your color studies and your gestural horse sketches - they really show life. I also like your...
Yes, makes perfect sense! Really appreciate the help. I'll try to keep in mind to diversify my studies when I feel I might have reached a wall in my development. My fear is to get stuck and don't...
You'r 24 years old, I'm 25 and I'm from Portugal too.
Like you, recently, I've been trying to draw everyday. I've been lazy all my life and wen't blank from drawing many years.
From what I've...
Some more studies.
charcoal studies. I'm having a hard time with proportions
good job man
So I´ve been trying to draw from life has realistically as I can, but I seem to have reached a bit of a dead end.
I'm self taught, live in a small village and don't have anyone to...
So young man! Keep it up, strive for the world and draw from life!