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    Briggsy—nice example and great text explanation...

    Briggsy—nice example and great text explanation of the triceps LH feature karmazon was curious about.

    Here are some more views of the area (with pecs, delts and some other scapula originating...
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    Eliot Goldfinger's Human Anatomy for Artists is...

    Eliot Goldfinger's Human Anatomy for Artists is great for curly questions like this.
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    Based on Artistic Anatomy by Dr. Paul Richer,...

    Based on Artistic Anatomy by Dr. Paul Richer, translation by Robert Beverly Hale, Plate 91, that is, in fact, the coracobrachialis.
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    Gotcha - just my mildly sarcastic way of saying...

    Gotcha - just my mildly sarcastic way of saying that there are a lot of weaknesses...and not enough time in one life to develop all of them. My advice/opinion is to work from your strengths and...
  5. No craft, in practice, is black or white. To...

    No craft, in practice, is black or white. To practice it so, would lead to stagnation.

    The core of the argument for either or is flawed because to find a person that focuses on the one is lacking...
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    Being one still learning, I have a strong leaning...

    Being one still learning, I have a strong leaning towards my weaknesses. I don't yet know what I would like to specialize in, so I don't yet want to try to specialize on my strengths. Though I do...
  7. I try to clear whatever obstacles that are...

    I try to clear whatever obstacles that are keeping me from creating the best work I can make. Whether they're weaknesses that need to be taken care of, or strengths that need to be improved, they...
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    On the other hand, he consciously went after...

    On the other hand, he consciously went after roles that relied on his physicality rather than acting skills (ex: passing on the "lead" role of Reese in favor of the title role in the Terminator). So,...
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    How much time do you have?

    How much time do you have?
  10. Do you have examples of these masters practing...

    Do you have examples of these masters practing either or of said practices, and quotes from them in some texts that they adhere to these philosphies?
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    ...Huh? I'm assuming everyone starts from zero...

    ...Huh? I'm assuming everyone starts from zero and only gains a "strength" from focusing on that particular area. The weaknesses are just the things left behind while your skill in the other things...
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    Focus on removing weaknesses when you start,...

    Focus on removing weaknesses when you start, focus on improving strength when you are established
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    Er, I'm pretty sure most people started off weak...

    Er, I'm pretty sure most people started off weak at everything. And only managed to get something they could call a "strength" after putting enough focus on them, whether intentionally or just as a...
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    The best way to practice is a lot.

    The best way to practice is a lot.
  15. My life drawing teacher hammers us about this...

    My life drawing teacher hammers us about this very thing all the time...
    Initial step to drawing, determine height and width of your piece, place it in the right spot on the paper... (in a lot of...
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    The Laws of Simplicity

    I was gonna post this book suggestion but I felt it deserved a thread and maybe some discussion. The Laws of Simplicity by John Maeda is a book I picked up a couple years ago in the art section at...
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    I remember doing this as a kid, and a piece of...

    I remember doing this as a kid, and a piece of the match sulphur sticking to my thumbnail and burning a crescent shaped hole through it.
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    I can think of a couple magic tricks I could do...

    I can think of a couple magic tricks I could do with this scheme :)
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    Coming from an old firebug as a kid...THAT'S...

    Coming from an old firebug as a kid...THAT'S REALLY FUCKING COOL!

    A gift for a friend.
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    Freaking awesome.

    Freaking awesome.
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    And here I thought you had a magic oven that...

    And here I thought you had a magic oven that cranked out old master paintings.

    Shucks.
  22. I struggle with the same problem. I've identified...

    I struggle with the same problem. I've identified a solution that works for me, but the solution leads to another problem.
    You see, I tend to get very motivated when I'm drunk. Whenever I get a...
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    Jerome Witkin Interview

    An interesting interview with Jerome Witkin, whose work I really admire:

    http://paintingperceptions.com/?p=1456

    Perhaps more importantly, there are some decent-sized jpegs of his work in the...
  24. The LSD posts are fucking hilarious. I'm wary...

    The LSD posts are fucking hilarious.

    I'm wary of drugs and alcohol. I think they should be taxed and legalized, though, and there should be safe places for people when they use them.

    Instead...
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    Ursula Vernon likes that approach too.

    Ursula Vernon likes that approach too.
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