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    Well, that was a waste of my time.

    Well, that was a waste of my time.
  2. By looking at great images and seeing that even...

    By looking at great images and seeing that even when you turn them upside-down how they all express themselves by the principles I gave you in my first post. This insight isn't mine. And it isn't a...
  3. The belief that clarity in the genre you are...

    The belief that clarity in the genre you are working in is critically dependent on anatomy and perspective shows that you do not understand the fundamentals.

    That's why we call it a fundamental....
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    Yes, there is little, if anything you can do to...

    Yes, there is little, if anything you can do to put this image right before you hand it in. That was what was so frustrating!
    However, it's a very good sign that you can take such tough criticism...
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    You have some good skills and sensitive drawing...

    You have some good skills and sensitive drawing going on here.

    The real problem is not the hair or the shirt, but the area below and to the right of her lower lip. The forms here just disappear...
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    Like the others have said, the spine of the image...

    Like the others have said, the spine of the image is a confused jumble of poorly understood anatomy with no focus as to what is actually happening. All the lens flares, cut and pasted reference, and...
  7. You have not stated what you think those...

    You have not stated what you think those fundamentals are.
    Let me save you some time.
    The fundamentals have nothing to do with vague notions of drawing skills caught up with ideas of learning...
  8. Art: Here is the first painting that fully expresses...

    Here is the first painting that fully expresses the results of many recent months of experimentation and reflection on my pictorial handwriting and the language it engenders.
    In short: I have...
  9. Art: Thanks Paul. I've reloaded the images to post...

    Thanks Paul.

    I've reloaded the images to post 18, just in case anyone else is not seeing them. According to my computer the bloody things are appearing three times! :O

    Since you like the...
  10. Art: Hi Sasha, Of course I remember you! You were one...

    Hi Sasha,
    Of course I remember you! You were one of the first people I responded to in the FF section here - asking you about your technical procedure regarding a girl in pink holding an orange. (I...
  11. Art: Many thanks Black Spot and Jamsession. As you've...

    Many thanks Black Spot and Jamsession.
    As you've been so good, here is another.

    Dreaming Girl
  12. Art: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/attachment.php?at...

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=2063887&stc=1http://www.conceptart.org/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=2063894&stc=1http://www.conceptart.org/forums/attachment.php?atta...
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    dpaint is right. But not completely. :)...

    dpaint is right.
    But not completely. :)
    arenhaus is also right.
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    She sounds a tad incompetent. While the practice...

    She sounds a tad incompetent. While the practice of placing a single spotlight on the model in order to emphasise contrast and simplify shapes is a fairly standard learning exercise , doing this at...
  15. If you feel isolated at college, just wait until...

    If you feel isolated at college, just wait until you leave! No tutors to take an interest in how you are coming along, no targets to meet, assignments to hand in, no classes or model organised for...
  16. Art: Just bumping up my own thread to see how it looks...

    Just bumping up my own thread to see how it looks on the shiny new website...
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    I said imitate a scene, not realise a scene....

    I said imitate a scene, not realise a scene.
    Khawlaazwar's question was about verisimilitude and its artistic worth. As I understood it, the question eating him is why the hand-made image of a good...
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    What you see is what there is. What you see isn't...

    What you see is what there is. What you see isn't any different from anyone else.
    A camera can imitate the scene better and quicker than you (or me, and I've been doin' art for 30 years)

    So go...
  19. Well, this thread looks a little more like the CA...

    Well, this thread looks a little more like the CA of old.
    Trouble is, it feels like a few of us old timer's sitting in a flyblown bar in ghost town.

    I think Elwell is lying out there somewhere,...
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    dpaint is right about Charles Reid, he is very...

    dpaint is right about Charles Reid, he is very good indeed.
    The very best way to learn, apart from doing and doing and doing, is to look at the very best in the genre. Turner is one of the all time...
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    Art: Nice work. I particularly like the last one.

    Nice work. I particularly like the last one.
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    'Survival thinking' is not in itself a predator....

    'Survival thinking' is not in itself a predator. And Aesthetic thinking isn't it's food. Why the need for a 'defensive mechanism'?
  23. Maybe the Sistine Chapel was the Pope's toilet,...

    Maybe the Sistine Chapel was the Pope's toilet, known then as the Cistern Crapel. Pope Julius allowed that Mike Angelo workman to use it and so liked the graffiti he had left behind, he decided to...
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    Our conscious mind is given information that...

    Our conscious mind is given information that suggests a future threat (as distinct from immediate, physical threat). The subconscious responds with a supply of adrenaline that we perceive as anxiety....
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    Why not? The fact they are separate is what...

    Why not? The fact they are separate is what distinguishes them.
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