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December 9th, 2009 #1
Artists Roundtable: Point Of View - With Massive Black and the Illustration Academy!Artists Roundtable: Point Of View
FEATURING :: El Coro, Kemp Remillard, NoxizMad, George Pratt, Sterling Hundley, and C.F. Payne
This Saturday (Dec 12 2009) we will be having a roundtable discussion with Illustration Academy's George Pratt, Sterling Hundley and C.F. Payne. From Massive Black they will be Joined by El Coro, Kemp Remilard, and NoxIzMad. They will be discussing point of view. We define point-of-view as being comprised of idea, technique, drawing, execution, composition, color, etc. It is bigger than it's disparate parts, and greater. The discussion will cover what a point-of-view is, how each of these artists developed theirs and how it has effected their careers. Each artist will show and discuss examples of their work. They will also explain where and how they fit into the industry.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12th :: Starting at 11:00 AM PST
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December 9th, 2009 #2
Funky. Very funky.
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I hate bieng broke. I think I'm going to plunder my savings for this one tough.
December 11th, 2009 #6
Technique + composition + color+ ideas + problem solving + style + the artist= POINT OF VIEW
At least, the way we teach it. I hope to see a ton of members there on Saturday. If you haven't been through an artist round table, it's a great way to see how different artists go about solving similar problems. Point of View lives somewhere in those differences.
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I am posting a couple of C.F. Payne's images to give an example of a his very unique Point Of View.
The first is a portrait of Andrew Wyeth commissioned by the Wyeth family as a gift to Andrew. What an honor!
Second is a portrait of George Lucas and the third Bush and company.
In Saturdays class Chris will show examples of his work, give a brief explanation of his process, explain how he developed his Point Of View and what it has done for his career.
Last edited by John English; December 11th, 2009 at 03:23 AM.
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December 11th, 2009 #10
Ok this time i DID read the thread (hopefully, properly) and there is no countdown clock time thingy, and no way to judge what time i would have to be awake at in order to attend in person. GIMME GIMME GIMME (please, humble please, don't hit me).
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December 11th, 2009 #12
Damn it all to hell, i won't be home for this :c
Suppose i'll have to get it on demand.
December 11th, 2009 #13
HTML Clocks are on the fritz.
Sorry about that. refer to the world clock to find out what time the class is in your part of the world.