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my color theory instructor was red/green colorblind...
pandora is restricted out side of the U.S.
im positive this is where the myths of ufo abduction or visitations from succubi, the grey lady all come from..,
i had a terrible experience with a frankenstein head hovering over me
1) imaging techniques that don't use light have been commonplace for decades.
2) the op states:
"The imaging method reads "forces" between atoms"
"photograph" in this case is just common...
i think it is just the idea of large companies owning literally everything.
they bought henson
they bought pixar
they bought marvel
it isn't even the fact that it is disney, or what that...
means more of the same.....if you like the last decade of marvel film work its a good thing.
please take this post to heart,
in my opinion attempting 2d art at different angles without this research is
having said that it is a really fun area of study!...jump in...
or do you simply mean it is impossible to photograph? (i.e. light in the visible range)
define "real image"
how could this be good?
cultural monopolies are never good aesthetically.
granted most of the marvel adaptations have been a bit painful .
this means a shit load more of them are coming...
i like where this is going:)
this is vary interesting,
RAOUL please post the results and progress as well if you feel like it.
i think an interesting experiment could be performed in regards to any media that one feels cannot yield art (using their own respective detailed criteria: metaphor-poetry, "transmission of life"...
the quickest way to support these arguments would be to have several photographers
approach the same subject and produce work that is not unique...this is an unlikely outcome.
what most people miss about this image is that it is a bird's eye view, and depicts a figure that has fallen out of a window.
this is not true
with all these creative minds and great artists, is it too much to ask that one day we see something new? we excuse these cliches as traditional motifs...while we yawn.
in all honesty it doesn't...
great observation....shame on him.
art school was the best time in my life. (i'm often puzzled as to why so many here have negative associations with art school and yet attend this one)
i still think of the smell of recycled turps...
the aliens look awful, cartoony is right ...
the rigging seems bad .... which is a shame after 98 years in production.
but that being said, the backgrounds and creatures look nice.
there is no sanctuary ....RUNNNER!!!!!!!!
a little more anatomy and gesture are needed.
but you have a great knack for drawing what you see rather than what you know.
there is no question in my mind that you will achieve...
great start tons of enthusiasm and lots of potential!
as has been said,
life drawing is key...you will be shocked how fast you will improve once you get into it
its also realy fun...