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    To be lethally honest, an art degree is...

    To be lethally honest, an art degree is meaningless, and so is two years of Photoshop experience. Every human being is capable of growth. Judging the two pieces shown here, you do not understand the...
  2. The problem is with 'cheap', not so much with...

    The problem is with 'cheap', not so much with all-in-one...
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    The problem is that you have too many: each of...

    The problem is that you have too many: each of these could easily keep you busy for four years fulltime. Pick one and stick to it. I suggest you work from Figure drawing for all its worth, and...
  4. Don't. Take your time. Do a simple painting of an...

    Don't. Take your time. Do a simple painting of an egg in a shadow box with a single light source. Take all day.
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    Study a good book on figure drawing that explains...

    Study a good book on figure drawing that explains some notion of gesture, like Loomis...
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    I prefered laundry marker: it gives you strong...

    I prefered laundry marker: it gives you strong black lines with some variety if you shape it as a chisel. For modelling it is pretty useless, but in Animation the emphasis is on linework.
  7. Your scanner comes from a cheap all-in-one...

    Your scanner comes from a cheap all-in-one machine, which is designed to scan documents. I can imagine you're a little disappointed, but you are using it for something it was never intended for...
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    Loomis spends some pages on it. There is really...

    Loomis spends some pages on it. There is really not a lot to say, once you understand how the human figure can be built from basic forms, like cubes, cilinder and sphere.
  9. It helps if you could be more specific about...

    It helps if you could be more specific about location and program, like concept art, animation, fundamentals.
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    As far as I know, international students are...

    As far as I know, international students are allowed to work part-time nowadays, but not all international are allowed to work after graduation. This is one of the things you need to inquire about,...
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    Start with Loomis, get his mannikin, proportions,...

    Start with Loomis, get his mannikin, proportions, sense of gesture, pick up Bridgman for constructive anatomy, and use an anatomy atlas like Peck's for reference. I don't care about Hale and don't...
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    Be aware that not all Canadian schools are...

    Be aware that not all Canadian schools are eligible to get you an open work permit, so be sure to check and double check this for your candidate schools...
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    I believe Nicolaides is neither effective nor...

    I believe Nicolaides is neither effective nor efficient, especially without a good teacher; the method is also dated. While the book contains occasional gems, the explanation is poor, and the...
  14. Forget about technicalities and study the real...

    Forget about technicalities and study the real thing, using hard opaque brushes...
  15. I don't think anatom is foundation...

    I don't think anatom is foundation...
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    Yes, we're dead! :batgirl:

    Yes, we're dead! :batgirl:
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    There is a difference between a bold attempt to...

    There is a difference between a bold attempt to explore what you don't understand, and a feeble try. It is okay to make a lot of confident lines in an attempt to approximate your subject, because you...
  18. Just like a mile... :steph:

    Just like a mile... :steph:
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    Lightyearage...
  20. It is about freedom of movement. Use the biggest...

    It is about freedom of movement. Use the biggest possible muscles to navigate, and use your hand and fingers to give your line character. Scratch with the sharp tip, caress with the broad side, and...
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    Sounds like a good idea. As I see it, formal...

    Sounds like a good idea. As I see it, formal perspective is a way to feed your intuition, just like grammar feeds your intuition when it comes to language. In speaking, you are not very likely to use...
  22. My comments on Max the Mutt in this thread were...

    My comments on Max the Mutt in this thread were met by an order from Maxine to cease and desist. While I had hoped the school would interpret my comments in a positive sense, as a starting point for...
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    Although there are formula, I suggest to study...

    Although there are formula, I suggest to study the real thing: set up a simple object in a shadow box with a single light source, and spend whatever it takes to render it in a forgiving medium, like...
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    Although there are formula, I suggest to study...

    Although there are formula, I suggest to study the real thing: set up a simple object in a shadow box with a single light source, and spend whatever it takes to render it in a forgiving medium, like...
  25. I was about to explain "how important it is to...

    I was about to explain "how important it is to have a traditional background" when I took a look at https://www.behance.net/andreanagai You seem to go for graphic and cartoony art, and I really like...
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