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    Smile Happy Thanksgiving!

    School is out for the next couple days. We hope everyone is having a good holiday!
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    Life drawing



    more examples of student work

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    Talking winter break

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    Here are a few new images of student work. Our winter break will begin December 19th and school will start up again January 6th. We hope everyone is having a good holiday break and staying nice and warm.

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    Very curious

    Hello. I am really interested in what you school has to offer. I want to get into concept art. I went to a trade school called the Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art for 2d animation and really got into the concept side of the program.

    I would love to visit your school and see what can be done. I can imagine that the housing would be difficult. on your site it reads that you only offer 7 spaces under the school. is it difficult to find housing in that area? What would the average rent be like there. I also guess it's safe to assume that there are more males then females there? (yes I'm a girl :p )

    I know I would probably have to find a job while there to. I would be coming from Alabama (from a galaxy far far away ). any suggestions would be great. i am a true beginner when it comes to painting but it is something i am dying to learn for myself.

    Thanks for reading.

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    Youtube

    Ashland Academy is releasing a Speed Drawing Demonstration video this week. Look for it on youtube.com!

    Our next semester will be begining April 6th. We will be offering evening and part time classes and accepting applications for our full time program.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BToole View Post
    Hello. I am really interested in what you school has to offer. I want to get into concept art. I went to a trade school called the Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art for 2d animation and really got into the concept side of the program.

    I would love to visit your school and see what can be done. I can imagine that the housing would be difficult. on your site it reads that you only offer 7 spaces under the school. is it difficult to find housing in that area? What would the average rent be like there. I also guess it's safe to assume that there are more males then females there? (yes I'm a girl :p )

    I know I would probably have to find a job while there to. I would be coming from Alabama (from a galaxy far far away ). any suggestions would be great. i am a true beginner when it comes to painting but it is something i am dying to learn for myself.

    Thanks for reading.

    Hello! You are more than welcome to visit the school. You can set up an appointment with one of our instructors over the phone or via email. There are seven rooms for rent at the school and with advanced notice something is usually available. If that is not the case, Ashland is a college town so rooms and roommates are generally reasonable and easy to find.

    Our classes have both boys and girls! Some of the work you see above are done by girls in our advanced program. Let me know if you have any further questions or just drop us an email! Hope to hear from you soon!

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    Local academy attracts gifted students from around the world

    An article was printed recently in the Ashland Daily Tidings on
    February 18, 2009. It is available online at http://www.dailytidings.com/apps/pbc...WS01/902120343. There is also a nice image gallery of photos from inside the studio.

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    Concerning the Sight-size Method

    Concerning the Sight-size Method

    An interesting article discussing the site size method, a method taught in Ateliers around the world.

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    water color magazine

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    There is a new article out about The Ashland Academy of Art in watercolor magazine.

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    Dear Ashland Academy of Art,
    we are many people who are interested in information about the technical aspects of the russian academic system.

    Are there any books available?

    Are there any tutorials anywhere?

    It is very interesting to know how exactly you construct the figure.

    Do you have a gesture system?

    What is the length of the poses?

    Do you require that the students construct the bones and muscles on all live models?

    Do you use a spot-light from day one, or do you use random light in the beginning to force the students to create their own light source from imagination?

    When you do use a spot-light, do you copy the light in shapes?

    Do you analyse the light with regard to the form that it hits?

    Do you only use planar rendering?

    For how long must a student draw before they can start in paint?

    I hope you can answer some of the questions, and that there eventually will be some tutorials available.

    THANK YOU!

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