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  1. Economy of line is the most important in drawing...

    Economy of line is the most important in drawing highly artificial materials to convey a sense of stability and structure. E.g. draw an arch using one stroke instead of a flurry of strokes. The...
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    I didn't submit anything. I lazed off and did...

    I didn't submit anything. I lazed off and did more still life paintings instead.
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    I always tell my self to paint something good for...

    I always tell my self to paint something good for Spectrum, but then I ended up procrastinating by painting still lives and doing anatomy studies. Maybe this time? Only time can tell.
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    Drawing is a lot about knowledge. Sure muscle...

    Drawing is a lot about knowledge. Sure muscle memory and coordination is important, but once you get the hang of it, the rest is up to your understanding of the fundamentals. If you get good enough,...
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    Mechanical drawings from imagination requires...

    Mechanical drawings from imagination requires significant understanding of perspective, aside from the given such as light and form. You're going to find yourself drawing a lot of things within boxes...
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    You can use "make-up" pads to blend, which...

    You can use "make-up" pads to blend, which Pan-Pastel makes(http://www.dickblick.com/products/panpastel-artists-painting-pastels-sets/). They won't damage the paper as much, and I use them primarily...
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    Humor That's my new ringtone. Phone:"AHHHHH!...

    That's my new ringtone.

    Phone:"AHHHHH! AHHHHHHH! AHHHHHHHH!"

    Me: "Hello?"
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    Dear, Saeaie The problem is not in...

    Dear, Saeaie

    The problem is not in understanding the definition of passion. You won't magically get passionate about something just because you learned what passion means. Also, just because you...
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    The construction is off because the corner of the...

    The construction is off because the corner of the base nearest to the viewer is nearly 90 degrees. The only time a square base has exactly a 90 degree angled corner is when you are looking down...
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    It depends on what you want to achieve in your...

    It depends on what you want to achieve in your art as a goal. If a weakness exists as a hindrance to your goal in art, then you better shape up. People who ask the question, whether they should focus...
  11. Thread: Vay's sketchbook

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    SketchBook: 208-219: Class time drawing edition: 208-210....

    208-219: Class time drawing edition:

    208-210. Drawing helps you in math.

    211-218. Class doodles.

    219. Drawings from Edward Muybridge's book.
  12. I have said this a couple of times in other...

    I have said this a couple of times in other threads and it gets cliche after a while, but here is one in which I replied to a person in college asking for advice similar advice:

    "You can get a...
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    SketchBook: I plan on purchasing a canon t4i, its picture...

    I plan on purchasing a canon t4i, its picture quality, I feel, is a definite improvement over the t3i.

    206-207. The values and chroma are inaccurate even more so due to crappy camera.

    The...
  14. Thread: Sacred Sketchbook

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    I have the tendency to buy new sketchbooks even...

    I have the tendency to buy new sketchbooks even though the majority of the pages in the old ones are blank. I get pretty high off getting new sketchbooks.
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    I can't do a lot that in a five member family...

    I can't do a lot that in a five member family living in a small apartment. I am currently using up 30% of the small living room with all my stuff and what-not(my small room is filled with stacks of...
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    Wouldn't that make them duller?

    Wouldn't that make them duller?
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    I have noticed that when I brought my watercolor...

    I have noticed that when I brought my watercolor plein air indoors. But I have been only using the daylight lamp for lighting my subject and using the light built into the room to light my canvas....
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    What lamp do you use for painting at night?

    What lamp do you use for painting at night? How do you feel about it? I just need to get some opinions about different types or brands of lamp from artists' perspective, and whether if it makes a big...
  19. You can find picture books of them below, the...

    You can find picture books of them below, the languages are in Chinese, but you just want them for the pictures right? I ordered a Fechin book, a traditional Russioan academy book, and a Russian...
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    How to catch up: You can get a degree in...

    How to catch up:

    You can get a degree in something else and still have time to make art. Stop playing video games or watching kittens and puppies on Youtube. You can go get a degree in art, but...
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    Well there really is no standard on what abstract...

    Well there really is no standard on what abstract art is, so maybe me saying you can't judge craftsmanship is an overshoot. The term "abstract art" is so vague that you can argue that all of...
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    The problem with abstract art is that we cannot...

    The problem with abstract art is that we cannot judge craftsmanship, skill, or discipline.

    With representational art, you can see the blood and sweat by how much the artist understands light,...
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    Do you know why a circle is an ellipse in...

    Do you know why a circle is an ellipse in perspective? If you know this, then you will know that an ellipse stays the same shape in the same orientation when the actual circle is rotated.

    Take a...
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    NSFW Nathan Fowkes smudges his charcoal:...

    NSFW

    Nathan Fowkes smudges his charcoal: http://nathanfowkes.blogspot.com/

    From my experience, there is no way to quickly shade things smooth without smudging. Unless you want to use purely...
  25. Poll: What is this workshop about? Is it just teachers...

    What is this workshop about? Is it just teachers demonstrating, or do students get in on the action? And how much does it cost?
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