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when i was at uni, with a large workshop and free materials, yeah. nowadays, no. i just want to get down to business.
i don't really know, but it has crossed my mind recently. i'd like to find some sort of discussion on drawing as an explorative, sensory human act.
you need a surface, a medium, and friction. i hope you find them.
i am conscious of the model and the medium.
just ask the dude if he's going to be still for a while if he's watching TV or reading or something. i've literally never had anyone say it wasn't fine to draw them.
look up giorgio de chirico.
i think its better to look on hirst as a curator of interesting stuff than an artist. i did like poking around the tate show for that reason.
becsause they're essentally an exacting process of blowing up existing photographs in paint, rather than paintings of the things in the photographs. they're a reproduction of all the illusory effects...
calling richer's photographic paintings 'realist' seems like an odd choice of phrase. i guess they're based on real photographs...
treat it as a mass. most of the time it appears as one.
putti are a long-running theme, obviously, but not a type of art in themselves. but putto is a good keyword to remember when looking for such things.
do you know what opacity and flow do? if not that would be a good start.
and here's a naked bloke called mick:
giant spider-rat demons.
sounds like that sucks though. you have to start paying it back straight after the course ends, there's no income threshold etc.
to further what Burl says, direct.gov has these loans:
what is the qualification classed as? this might be key to their loan criteria.
as i forgot about this thread for a while, here's a couple of the things i've been making of where i work. i do their computer stuff and illustrations, we have other people who take the cars apart,...
are there actually lots of artists doing this or do i just keep seeing the same one? i know there's one in brighton definitely.
well you've sucked all the fun out of death for me.
aha! my eyes opened.
watercolour is not comparable to oils. they are very different disciplines and work in very different ways. by all means go for watercolour, it's certainly easier for portability, but it won't help...
should i have said something more absurd?
well i hope you're happy.