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  1. God save the Queen! The ConceptArt.Org Workshop is coming to the UK- Instructor List

    Ladies and Gentlemen,

    After a 3 year break, the ConceptArt.Org Workshops have returned. This time we are headed to the U.K. this May, for what will be the most inspiring, life-changing event we...
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    SketchBook: I don't think that you will get the most out of...

    I don't think that you will get the most out of Loomis, if you're reading it through at the beginning - because you will encounter stuff, that you can't understand if you haven't done all the things...
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    SketchBook: A good thing to do is using simple circles/lines...

    A good thing to do is using simple circles/lines to map out your figure before going into detail -for a face draw a circle with a cross, that will give you an idea of where the eyes are. (Loomis...
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    SketchBook: Wecome to CA. I would say just start of...

    Wecome to CA.

    I would say just start of drawing from life. (copying is good for refining skills but its a secondry thing) Just breaking stuff down to understand their proportions. Being good at...
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    SketchBook: Don't copy. Understand. You won't get good at...

    Don't copy. Understand.
    You won't get good at drawing from mind if you don't have any idea why you should draw stuff as it is -learn anatomy (skeleton structure!!!) and use that knowledge to build...
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    SketchBook: Welcome! Keep on drawing and good luck finding...

    Welcome! Keep on drawing and good luck finding your forte soon :)
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    Unfortunately this is pretty much unavoidable. I...

    Unfortunately this is pretty much unavoidable. I mean really, when you start something new you're bound to do some stuff that looks like crap no matter what and it's not something you should even try...
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    I'm inexperienced and what I say is shit but...

    I'm inexperienced and what I say is shit but regarldess:

    Do that box exercises a lot.

    I've looked at your sketchbook and what I perceive is someone who has trouble with 3d perception.

    I've...
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    Of course not, he's been doing this for years....

    Of course not, he's been doing this for years. What were you expecting?

    Just keep practicing with REAL figures then go back to his book to understand what he's talking about. A photo is still not...
  10. Hi UrbanHermit, I started seriously teaching...

    Hi UrbanHermit,

    I started seriously teaching myself a year ago. I've attached my timetable that I created for myself back then (I've cut out all the areas that were none essential to my art...
  11. Yep. Set the spacing to what you want it to be....

    Yep. Set the spacing to what you want it to be. Then in the bottom right of the brushes window you should see 2 icons, if you hover over the first one it will say 'Create new brush'. Clicky on it...
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    Drawing Shadows in Perspective

    If you take the time to draw an object properly in perspective, you can spoil it by guessing where its shadow will fall. Hard light falling on hard-edged objects create hard-edged, precise shadows. ...
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    Two-Point Perspective

    It takes three sets of parallel lines to make a rectangular volume: horizontal, vertical, and receding-into-the distance. What if we replace those horizontal lines with another vanishing point?
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    One-Point Perspective

    That train-track images has a single vanishing point, so we call it “one-point perspective”. There are three types of lines in one-point perspective: lines that go horizontally across the page (such...
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    What is Perspective?

    As things move away from you in space, they appear smaller and smaller, until they vanish from sight. When you are drawing this 3D phenomena on the 2D plain that is a sheet of paper, then you are...
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