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    Quote Originally Posted by dwardo View Post
    Hamsta: Thank you Hamsta for taking time to explaining. So basically , a painter blocks in, right? and a drawer (when dying, I mean drying) is lining?
    [I'm pretty sure that's what you meant] I'm so out of the art speak, sorry mate.
    [Please send over a pm if it's not correct to avoid me some more embarrassment.]
    You got it (except for misspelling drawing twice, which I'm not sure if it was intentional )
    You can combine both of course, but people will tend to start with one or the other.

    It's good to figure out color studies. Try to explore how a single scene might look under different light, i.e. draw the same house, from the same angle during different times of day.

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