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  1. Advice? Have strong portfolio–will travel. ...

    Advice?

    Have strong portfolio–will travel.

    Having strong work is the only magic bullet, elixir, talisman, spell, charm…
    you’ll possess worth a damn in your quest to procure work.
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    Rays from the Sun would be parallel, for all...

    Rays from the Sun would be parallel, for all practical purposes, regardless of its size do to the immense distance from the earth, even if the Sun were the size of a ping-pong ball emitting the same...
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    An easy way to work out the location of the Sun...

    An easy way to work out the location of the Sun or a light bulb in a room is to establish the shadow in orthographic views using a reference cube, then use the plan/top view diagram of the box and...
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    Just to add, if the light were a light bulb, a...

    Just to add, if the light were a light bulb, a point source like the Sun but close to you and the box (not 93 million miles away), the example with the front lighting light ray VP would not apply....
  5. Thread: Sick

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    Now that’s crazy-wack--yo!

    Now that’s crazy-wack--yo!
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uxFF03IbIlY

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uxFF03IbIlY
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=03QEteGrvdY

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=03QEteGrvdY
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    Just to poke the hornet’s nest with a...

    Just to poke the hornet’s nest with a stick.:devil:

    Left-handers are typically more talented drawers than Right-handers. Myth?
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    The greater ‘myth’ concerning talent is the one...

    The greater ‘myth’ concerning talent is the one which claims that it does not exist.
    Basically, talent IS aptitude. Talent typically is expressed as a capacitive predisposition to initially perform...
  10. z01ks’ Illustrated method is correct for a...

    z01ks’ Illustrated method is correct for a subject in a 2-pt perspective scene, where the line of sight is parallel to the ground plane and where vertical lines (lines perpendicular to the ground...
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    dragning--Take a look at these links:...

    dragning--Take a look at these links:
    http://www.automotiveillustrations.com/tutorials/drawing-2-point-perspective.html
    ...
  12. The 90° thing was born out of convenience, in...

    The 90° thing was born out of convenience, in 2-pt perspective (or zombie-eye-view perspective as I like to call it). It has everything to do with the orientation of the 2 dimensional perspective...
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0lZ5mIh0vLU

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0lZ5mIh0vLU
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    I think a little lighting (as dpaint mentioned)...

    I think a little lighting (as dpaint mentioned) and perspective drama would help this piece.
    Here’s a quick & messy PO with some lighting suggestions:

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    I wouldn’t recommend ‘tinting’ a grayscale image...

    I wouldn’t recommend ‘tinting’ a grayscale image in Photoshop using Multiply or Overlay layer modes. If I absolutely have to colorize a b&w image I paint over it using Selective Color filters, not...
  16. It’s what you do to a notebook with a ballpoint...

    It’s what you do to a notebook with a ballpoint pen instead of writing notes, while zoned out sitting in the back of social studies class in 8th grade, totally oblivious to the teacher. It’s also...
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    Perspective space, by default, is essentially...

    Perspective space, by default, is essentially 1-pt perspective. What makes it 2 or 3-pp depends on how objects and patterns (including the abstract or real ground plane) are oriented to the viewer's...
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    There are a couple of basic types of perspective...

    There are a couple of basic types of perspective inherent in photographic imagery, curvilinear and rectilinear. They are both dependent on the type of lens used. Most lenses are rectilinear and their...
  19. What? You mean to tell me that we have to wait...

    What?

    You mean to tell me that we have to wait three months for season 2 of genuks engaging, Darwin Award winning, entertainment?
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    Sounds like another little titanium white lie.

    Sounds like another little titanium white lie.
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    Leonor, the model lives in vitrtual space and is...

    Leonor, the model lives in vitrtual space and is not rigged for posing. Rigging that thing, bones with muscles, would be a nightmare--for me anyway. The 3d model could be 3d-printed, if one wanted a...
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    Yes, images projected on flat surfaces are...

    Yes, images projected on flat surfaces are subject to distortion, more so as the angle of view widens. This does not mean that the structures are inherently distorted as well.
    When viewing 3d models...
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    I never did like those clanky, wired together,...

    I never did like those clanky, wired together, plastic skeletons. A lot of them seem to have one knee 90° out of whack and skulls that look like they came out of cartoon characters. I prefer/use 3d...
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    Don’t confuse ovals with ellipses. The two are...

    Don’t confuse ovals with ellipses. The two are not the same.
  25. Thread: Bug Shots

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    Art: Infinit—Thanks. They were pets of sorts. I found...

    Infinit—Thanks.
    They were pets of sorts. I found the mantids, a brown male and green female, in early fall, back in the 1980s. I saved them from a frost death. They made great photo subjects until...
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