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April 8th, 2007 #14
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Actually, could you add one?
This looks fantastic-
AN ILLUSTRATED TREATISE
BY CHARLES D. MAGINNIS
April 8th, 2007 #16
You're welcome everyone - really enjoying all your reactions. However all thanks should go to the crew at archive.org and their contributors, especially the Canadian Libraries, who do a beautiful job.
Thanks Asoir, if you're into classic pen and ink work try these
Sullivan, Edmund J. 1921. The Art Of Illustration.
Sullivan, Edmund J. 1922. Line - an art study
(warning: If you read the entire book you'll need to overlook the occasional use of words that would be considered racist today)
Please report back more of your finds here!
April 8th, 2007 #17Originally Posted by Dile_
April 8th, 2007 #18
I posted a scanned first ED Rackham .. Goblin Market
To see the world in a grain of sand, and a heaven in a wildflower, hold infinity in the palm of your hand, and eternity in an hour.
April 8th, 2007 #19
Thanks chaos. Imagine if everyone on conceptart.org could get their hands on one out-of-copyright classic and scan it to share .....
April 8th, 2007 #20
Man, we better get most of this before this goes the way of loomis....
April 8th, 2007 #21
Everybody post url's that are useful.
Briggsy@ashtons, if possible, put a
and then new url's that other people have added to the original post.
That way we get the most out of this site before people start to get anal about it?
April 8th, 2007 #22
By the way, if anyone needs a DjVu viewer you could try WinDjView/MacDjView at http://windjview.sourceforge.net/
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April 9th, 2007 #23
Big , HUGE ... Enormous thanks!
April 9th, 2007 #24Originally Posted by kool-ka-lang
**Finished Work Thread **Process Thread **Edges Tutorial
Crash Course for Artists, Illustrators, and Cartoonists, NYC, the 2013 Edition!
"Work is more fun than fun."
"Art is supposed to punch you in the brain, and it's supposed to stay punched."
April 9th, 2007 #25Originally Posted by Elwell
And if the recent (thankfully thwarted!) attempt to sell out the contents of Smithsonian archive to Showtime (where it would be locked behind a paywall forever) is any indicator, absolutely nothing is sacred anymore...
That said, the administrative direction of archive.org is ideologically strong enough to resist internal strife, as opposed to the Smithsonian institution, which had a pretty corrupt director.
April 9th, 2007 #26
- Mad Savier,
- Zewar Fadhil,
- The Red Raeburn,