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January 15th, 2011
rattlesnakes = useful
drawing = worthless
The prospect of doing something is much more daunting than just doing the thing. You start thinking about it, what might happen, you...
September 14th, 2009
Lots of good advice on here, but I would caution that advice is always bound to be generalized to some degree. Jason Manley is a great example of what you can do without a college degree. So is...
September 11th, 2009
Same with me. I started out learning the digital tools, and then I realized I needed to visit the art department. You can take a tour of the internet here and see that you don't have to be able to...
September 10th, 2009
Iím a big supporter of education, but I do think education is in trouble. I'm not in favor of throwing out the baby with the bath water though. Stay in school, donít stay in school, thatís a...
September 10th, 2009
As you can imagine, there is a lot of interest in all things computer graphics, and there are no shortage of schools looking to cash in on that interest. I taught 3D for several years, so I can...
September 7th, 2009
Fixative doesn't really do all that much. It still has to be mounted behind glass. It's not that big, so that'll help. Get a sheet of glassine to go over it, that's number one. That will offer...
SketchBook: Awesome stuff. Love the pineapple, the folds,...
Awesome stuff. Love the pineapple, the folds, and the chickens. Keep it up.
Exactly. Europeans were buying goods imported from the orient, and they were often wrapped with paper that had these woodblock prints on them. Artists loved them, they were all the rage. So the...
That's a tough one, and hopefully you'll get some better answers soon. I try to treat it similar to hair, that is look for the shapes, work in the details gradually, look for the darks, the lights,...
SketchBook: Hey there, I like the pen and marker work,...
I like the pen and marker work, especially the cowboy. I'd like to do some storyboards myself. Probably not much money in it though.
He absolutely could. He was a student and close friend of Thomas Hart Benton, and even adopted some of the mannerisms of his teacher for a while before he started doing his own thing. People assume...
If I may throw my two cents in, going back to the start of the thread, we have to put these things into context. Granted, some works of art require a bit more effort to do that than others. The...
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