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Hi Im on a working holiday in the UK. Im wondering if anyone could please recommend me a casual life drawing session in the central london area?
Thanks heaps :)
I have a palette set up with the primaries and its fine, but every video lesson i find doesnt show how the artist is using the palette itself.
Say I want a basic purply colour so I mix...
Awesome, thanks all. Loving the gandalfsgallery site.
Epic list TA, ill have a poke around.
And even better if it has impressionism in it too.
I'm after lots of big plates (thats what they call art reproductions in books right?).
I want to look at brushwork and composition and technique...
going to second the illo love. the empty space looks fucking sweet with those blue pencil(?) drawings.
also, irc more ! :0
this is a good question id like to know a bit about proper lighting as well, bump :X
i like everything but the bright part on the jar :)
These are great. How do you colour the paper?
ive been thinking about this, but dont know much about it other than it looks pretty sweet. anyone heard of it?
edit: its really cheap
decent sized pad and some nice dark/soft pencils. I'm talkin 4B's, 6B's, hell...even 8B's.
Oh ok. funny, i really dont see lots of similarity. I never studied art history (would love to) but im often surprised by explanations regarding art, so i can believe its there.
wow, to think i'd barely seen anything from this guy before this thread. ive heard the name but never looked into his stuff
artist must know how to use paint der
Ronin by Frank Miller is one of my favourites. But i dont know much about comic art, would anyone be able to tell me what mediums are used to...
Err it seems like you want me to apologise for something? But, whatever.
thanks for the suggestions y'all (so many!). Aly Fell I quite liked Sickert of the ones you listed.
Chill out JJacks.
I've been watching 'Simon Schama's Power of Art' (which is a great art history show focusing on one master artist each episode, has beautiful slow panning full screen images of various pieces, and...
ya i pretty much agree with that
composition is the one thing ill never study. i trust my own instinct more than anything i could read about it, and i think that studying it will just restrict me
drawing stops being fun when all you do is put pressure on yourself to do certain things and expect certain things of yourself. it happens to me...and then im like fuck this study ill just sketch...
i just realised 'woman at the window' is one of my fav paintings, thanks for prompting me to go look at it :D
if you think about it on a scale of creativity art is as important as farming in a sense. Its at the top end of creativity scale where theres no practical element aside from maybe feeling good by...
5th pic down, mastercopy of guy with beard is awesome
wow thats awesome, but no this was a flat white background and the only paint was a fat blue linedrawing of a woman from pretty much the angle of picasso's there, maybe mirrored. i'll shut up about...
i watched the video but all i heard was boohoo they like these chumps art and not mine. admittedly a lot of modern art is pure trash
i cant for the life of me find a pic of the one im thinking of. Saw it on a poster and not even sure if im remembering it correctly even though i keep thinking back to it.
It's by Matisse (i think)...