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    Art: Thanks, Mane! Ramon, thanks for the...

    Thanks, Mane!

    Ramon, thanks for the encouragement!

    lionheartGFX, thank you for the kind words. Except for the Asian boy in the red background (which was a very quick study after William...
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    Art: Marian: Thanks for stopping by. Those color...

    Marian: Thanks for stopping by. Those color sketches were done on Canson Mi-Teintes paper, which I hand-bound into a sketchbook. Personally I prefer a little less texture, but they're very good...
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    SketchBook: Marian, What a wonderful opportunity it must...

    Marian,

    What a wonderful opportunity it must have been to attend a workshop with Henry Yan! I can tell from some of your drawings that you benefitted from the workshop, and I am sure that in...
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    Art: Marian: Thank you for your kind words! Mane:...

    Marian: Thank you for your kind words!

    Mane: Thanks! Quick sketches are excellent practice to improve your feeling for the gesture, and train your attention to focus on what's most important on...
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    Art: ashess: Thank you for the vote and the kind...

    ashess: Thank you for the vote and the kind words!

    SirCam: Thanks! Indeed I learned a lot from Vilppu. I am glad you see something of his in my drawings. I have just left a comment on your...
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    SketchBook: Hello SirCam, I like what I see here. (And, in...

    Hello SirCam,

    I like what I see here. (And, in spite of what you said in your last post, I prefer your traditional drawings to your digital one). I think your drawings are solid, in the sense that...
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    Hi Kangum, Thanks a lot for your review of...

    Hi Kangum,

    Thanks a lot for your review of Vilppu's animal drawing set. If you still read this thread (apologies for ressurrecting it!), I wonder if you could answer a question that I have. Even...
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    Lines respond to pressure; lines have weight and...

    Lines respond to pressure; lines have weight and a direction. They can start very thin, wispy, thicken as they go (as you exert more pressure with your pencil on the paper), and become wispy again,...
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    Thanks a lot, Elwell. I am writing these down to...

    Thanks a lot, Elwell. I am writing these down to see if I can find them in the bookshops around here.

    Do you guys know if this more recent collection organized his son is stands out in any way?...
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    Norman Rockwell's works?

    Hi guys,


    What the best collections of Norman Rockwell's works (paintings and sketches) available out there? I am looking for one with reproductions that are good enough to study from.... Are...
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    Right. Poorly chosen words; badly formulated...

    Right. Poorly chosen words; badly formulated question. All I want is to open a discussion (rather than a competition or a ranking) of what people regard strong draftsmanship to be, and whether we're...
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    Hi, Dpaint, Those who stand out certainly are...

    Hi, Dpaint,

    Those who stand out certainly are able to assert their individual qualities over the standardization, conventions, trends etc that rule the industry. But I think it's a complex...
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    Where can one find the best draftsmen?

    Hi all,

    I have always been fascinated by good draftsmanship. By an acute sense of form and how light affects it, and an acute sense of shape design. Addi to these principles -- shape (2D) and form...
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    Art: I hope to be back with drawing from the live...

    I hope to be back with drawing from the live model soon.

    Meanwhile, here is a page from my sketchbook (or rather, a couple of visual digressions from my notebook...)

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    Art: Whirly: sometimes I think I should be taking my...

    Whirly: sometimes I think I should be taking my time... speed should come with experience. But I am working on that :) Thanks for visiting!

    Emmamartin: thank you! come back!


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    When there...
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    Art: ophelia: yes, these are all studies. I figured I...

    ophelia: yes, these are all studies. I figured I should first learn how to draw before trying to venture (again) in the realm of colour. :)

    Marian: hope you are right :)


    Here is another...
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    Art: Marian: Thanks! Drawing people from "real" life,...

    Marian: Thanks! Drawing people from "real" life, people who are not strictly posing, is really a challenge. Especially hard for portraits, if you´re trying (as I was) to capture a likeness. But...
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    Art: Never underestimate the importance of properly...

    Never underestimate the importance of properly sharpening your pencils before starting... I often do (that is, underestimate it!), as you can see if you compare the drawing below (not sharpened) with...
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    Art: Sir Cam: Thanks for the tip regarding reflective...

    Sir Cam: Thanks for the tip regarding reflective light. I particularly like the feeling of luminosity, of interaction with the atmosphere, that strong reflective light suggests (even though I have...
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    SketchBook: Ah, it's time to update the sketchbook with new...

    Ah, it's time to update the sketchbook with new studies :)
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    Art: Hi Marian! Thank you again for the kind words....

    Hi Marian! Thank you again for the kind words. It's interesting that you mention the drawing where the model is pushing against the surface -- I think it is one of the most successful from the batch,...
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    Art: From life. First page 5's, the rest 10's. ...

    From life. First page 5's, the rest 10's.

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  23. Art: Another excellent update, Kevin. How long did the...

    Another excellent update, Kevin. How long did the cast study take? And did you use a stump or any other blending device, or just a pencil? Thanks! Looking forward to your next update.
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    Art: From life, about 50 mins. 1042726

    From life, about 50 mins.

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    Art: Head study after Gnass. Trying to understand how...

    Head study after Gnass. Trying to understand how to approach ambient light. After I scanned it I saw the proportions were slightly off. About 30-40 minutes.

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