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    Right, usually I see the word used in combination...

    Right, usually I see the word used in combination though "high renderi(ng)" but I've also seen it used to simply "draw/paint/translate"

    "This is the artist's rendering of the criminal" or "This...
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    I think it's easier to make something work with a...

    I think it's easier to make something work with a high level of detail or "finish" as opposed to having a loose image that still works. Some of Craig Mullins work is a good example I believe.
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    Moebius's work isn't highly rendered at all yet...

    Moebius's work isn't highly rendered at all yet it's full of form. This is because he's building things out of solids (a la Bridgman). In other words, "rendering" or a high degree of finish/polish...
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    Well, it might be that around the interwebz...

    Well, it might be that around the interwebz "rendering" has partly become to mean "ridiculous amount of details", like painting a dog and painting every single strand of hair for "realism" or every...
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    Rendering, as being used here, has a more...

    Rendering, as being used here, has a more specific meaning. It implies not just the use of values, but a high degree of finish. One would never call a Sargent painting rendered, for instance, even...
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    I'm not an expert at this stuff but if I'm using...

    I'm not an expert at this stuff but if I'm using the right definition of rendering I'm assuming it's shading essentially and without rendering a line drawing you can't really get form. So assuming...
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    This topic is somewhat confusing. Isn't...

    This topic is somewhat confusing. Isn't rendering, drawing/painting? Because I'd say that's pretty important... :P
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    I don't think it matters what route you'd like to...

    I don't think it matters what route you'd like to go other than personal taste.
    Some people might want something super rendered, some might want to keep it loose. I personally like loose stuff more....
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    Might depend on the job I'd say... But knowing...

    Might depend on the job I'd say... But knowing how to do more stuff never limits you.
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    Personal taste. As long as it's done...

    Personal taste.
    As long as it's done professionally.
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    It really depends on what your end goal is. For...

    It really depends on what your end goal is. For some people rendering is important, for some not.
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    that by definition is design.

    that by definition is design.
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    Depending on what is meant by "design" here......

    Depending on what is meant by "design" here... Observe and also learn how things work. Part of the beauty of design in nature is how form follows function. So digging into things like biology,...
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    All of the above. But (you knew that was coming,...

    All of the above. But (you knew that was coming, right?), nature is also pretty busy and not necessarily well organized (talking landscape here - Adrianna Lima is actually perfectly well organized)....
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    Every inch of nature is a graphic arrangement. IF...

    Every inch of nature is a graphic arrangement. IF there is something to find beautiful, if there is something you respond to, odds are you will find it in nature.

    Remember what you respond to in...
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    yep, but i dont think it takes training. imo its...

    yep, but i dont think it takes training. imo its about observing,
    adapting and refining the concept/idea of colored shadows, to a
    point where it stops beeing a concept and becomes knowledge ...
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    when you look at nature most everything can be...

    when you look at nature most everything can be broken down into basic shapes, when you start paying attention and get in that mindset the world is like a book that just opens
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    Open your eyes.

    Open your eyes.
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    Art: The long road

    Hey guys~
    Very glad to meet you all.
    This is my first thread in CA, so hope that more exchanges.

    Here is my outside of work ,practice and exploration, illustration and concept design.I think...
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    Don't forget Caspar David Friedrich... Also:...

    Don't forget Caspar David Friedrich...
    Also:
    Monet (duh...)
    Caspar Wolf
    Albert Bierstadt
    Carl Gustav Carus
    Thomas Moran (actually, these are best seen live - he does all sorts of freaky things...
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    Other names: Albert Bierstadt Thomas Moran...

    Other names:

    Albert Bierstadt
    Thomas Moran
    Frederic Church
    George Inness
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    well thanks for all the nice comments. as i've...

    well thanks for all the nice comments. as i've been suggested many times, i chose for the moment to set up a simple blog to start posting my shizzle again!
    http://bengalsarchives.blogspot.com/
    ...
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    still never dead!! at a turning point these...

    still never dead!!

    at a turning point these days, my current serie "Naja" is finished and last volume will be released in a couple months.

    i'm now starting a new project, solo this time, my own...
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    This is a serious drawback of the standard...

    This is a serious drawback of the standard atelier model as it's come to be practiced most places. There's admirable emphasis on drawing and painting, but very little on picture making. All how, not...
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    The only thing it's easier to do digitally is bad...

    The only thing it's easier to do digitally is bad work.
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