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    Excellent video! I agree with everything the...

    Excellent video! I agree with everything the speaker says.

    As others have pointed out, I don't think the main conclusion is necessarily "education kills creativity". It's more about how we teach...
  2. Sticky: nice photos, Dirt Syndicate

    nice photos, Dirt Syndicate
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    My perfect soulmate, my 2 year old beagle! No...

    My perfect soulmate, my 2 year old beagle! No human female has ever loved me so fully and so faithfully.
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    As an artist who also plays piano, I've suffered...

    As an artist who also plays piano, I've suffered hundreds of different injuries, from sprains to severe tennis elbow and paralyzing carpal tunnel.

    My advice is to swim at least twice a week as a...
  5. Hi Oreilly, I'm on the same boat, I believe....

    Hi Oreilly,

    I'm on the same boat, I believe. I have a predilection for dark subjects in my art. I realize that most art collectors are not looking for morbid subjects for their walls, but I never...
  6. Wow. I still buy books, despite having run...

    Wow.

    I still buy books, despite having run out of space to shelve them years ago. Oh, and I prefer CDs to downloads. Having a physical hardcopy is just important to me, I guess.
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    SketchBook: man if i could draw anime girls this well i don't...

    man if i could draw anime girls this well i don't think i'd ever leave my house .... hell, i'd never leave my bedroom.
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    I tend to think more in terms of shading than...

    I tend to think more in terms of shading than lines. The outline of a figure can either be sketchy or precise (I have no preference), yet there are many different ways to shade.

    I don't see any...
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    this stuff is pretty good and it's got style. I...

    this stuff is pretty good and it's got style. I think you should be proud of your progress!
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    The value of sketches

    Even before I got into drawing myself, I was always a huge fan of sketches and studies. If caught between buying a book of Dürer's paintings or his sketches, I'd go for the drawings any day. The...
  11. Sticky: Munin Raven - many people have already worked on...

    Munin Raven - many people have already worked on this cowgirl, but I think yours is my personal favorite so far.

    PlasmaErnst - great job! It really has personality. Love what you did with the...
  12. Thread: My Dad

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    Wow, your dad seems like a really cool guy! He...

    Wow, your dad seems like a really cool guy!

    He will forever live in your heart. Stay strong; I'm sure he would not have wanted you to suffer.
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    I think everyone has given you some great advice...

    I think everyone has given you some great advice so far.

    I strongly believe that quality is much more important than quantity. You can practice for 8 hours, and learn nothing, if you're not...
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    Make sure you're using the right kind of paper...

    Make sure you're using the right kind of paper for whatever medium you are using. I've found that once I started using good paper (e.g. Strathmore, Stonehenge, Fabriano) blending becomes MUCH easier....
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    Breton, Rimbaud, Spencer, and Byron ... that's...

    Breton, Rimbaud, Spencer, and Byron ... that's where the good stuff's at :wink:

    OPPoetry, like art, becomes more abstract in the 20th cent., and such poems like the one you quoted are, by nature,...
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    Now Picasso, that son of a bitch is overrated.......

    Now Picasso, that son of a bitch is overrated....

    But seriously, art history and "greatness" are mass creations which depend on a great many factors. I don't really agree that it has to do so...
  17. Sticky: Aw man, I get the "what happened" gibe all the...

    Aw man, I get the "what happened" gibe all the time too.

    Nope, haven't posted one yet, but I will. But maybe you'll honour me with one of your brilliant caricatures someday? :bashful:
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    :^^: I was lucky to have stumbled upon such an adorable photo.
  19. Sticky: I was nearly tempted to give this Angel wings.

    I was nearly tempted to give this Angel wings.
  20. I once had an art teacher, total snob dick, and...

    I once had an art teacher, total snob dick, and when he got to the rococo era he just skimmed past it and said, "this is all cotton candy junk. Let's skip this chapter." ... I stood up and walked out...
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    I'm a huge fan of Rococo and Impressionism; I even wrote my Master's thesis on the latter.

    I do feel that there is a strong tie between the two styles, in terms of color. Especially Boucher, if...
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    Thank you! ps I really like your sketchbook. Some...

    Thank you! ps I really like your sketchbook. Some of those cartoons are really funny!
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    Looking good! Thanks for the detailed post.

    The anatomy on the back seems off to me in the last 2, especially on the viewer's left. I'm not sure about the foot beneath the cloth either.
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    don't take this the wrong way, but the subject...

    don't take this the wrong way, but the subject itself is really dull, and the reason it looks messy is partly due to the fact that your subject is nothing more than a messy collection of brushes in a...
  25. Questions about Ingres' paper and the term "Ingres"

    Hi everyone!

    So as many of you might know, Dominique Ingres developed a new kind of paper specifically for drawing, evidently for graphite pencil, which is what he used for his drawings.

    Now,...
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