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April 29th, 2010 #27Registered User
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Unfortunately my finals start at Monday, but as far as I understand, if I register now, I can watch this later even if I miss the live stream? If yes, I will surely not miss this!
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50 bucks is a great price for Zhang Lu's art and teachings from Manley. I have always enjoyed Jason's classes so I'm definetly in on this one. I will have to catch it on demand though; my daughters b-day party is Sunday at 1pm. Thanks for the class...been missin' em
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April 29th, 2010 #31Registered User
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There are so many things I want to say, but all of them effectively mean Zhanglu is AMAZING and I will definitely be there. You couldn't pay me to stay away.
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April 29th, 2010 #32Registered User
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I have bought most of the downloads on digital painting but I think the streaming stuff is to expensive considering that you apparently only have one chance to watch it and because it's very hard to judge what you get before you join a streaming class.
I know my reservations could be based upon lack of or faulty information. Can somebody please describe what is a streaming class. What is the product I'm buying?...
Nice paintings, by the way...
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April 29th, 2010 #33
Wow, I'm totally blown away by Zhanglu's work every single time. Absolutely stunning. What a privilege, that he's doing this!
April 29th, 2010 #34
These classes are recorded so that you can watch it later (called on demand). Not only is the instructorswindow recorded, but the chat and everything! Meaning that if you miss out on the class, you can later on watch the on demand as many times as you want for 30 days. This has been my case very often, seeing I work a lot and awkward times for me too (Norway). I feel I have never missed out, because you get to hear the Q&A of the students and instructors on demand too.
50$ is pretty good price for watching a class as many times as you want for 30 days. Trust me. I haven't once felt ripped off.
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April 29th, 2010 #35
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April 29th, 2010 #36
I really love those female forms, and I very much appreciate this workshop, but I have a very vital question because especially recently I am starting to think that this industry wants me to turn into a lesbian:
Will there be some workshops for... erm... "honoring the male form" in the future, too?
I am not speaking about the "safe" zone that I am seeing too often that tries to market men as good as possible and produces even too much art that is horrible, because it "tries" to attend the target group women for instance but horribly fails because, as said, it is only a try because the ones doing it don't believe that men can "sell" well, too. And so they truely all stick to women and give men only a sideview.
So what about the men? What about people that aren't into girls, and would love to practice painting handsome - not "gay", not strangely "overdone", not "safe zone guys" - but handsome freely expressed manliness I say, handsome guys that really attract all viewers that are into men?
Yes? No? Will it come sometime this year or the next one? Pleaaase.
April 29th, 2010 #37
The male body after all, is just as interesting as the female body. (in a non homosexual manner )
April 29th, 2010 #38B. We will be discussing everything from structure to anatomy to posing and body language, to methods used to create inner character, idealization, overcoming cliche, and more...We will discuss process, and theory as related to the female figure in order to help artists to better create from life and imagination. Understanding the female form and how to communicate with it, is of the most important things in the field of concept design, illustration, video games, film, and fine art. This is going to be a great class.E. We have some beautiful things coming. I updated the thread with some examples of the works I will be discussing, along with the video demonstrations.F. At time Zhanglu will gather reference for things like hands, or feet, or a particular face. Other times he works from imagination purely. I will ask for some ref, if he still has it.
Am I wrong to assume this isn't analytical modeldrawing then?
You know, how to cope with a moving model, how to measure, check proportions and alike?
And is it analytical, constructional or visual figuredrawing he will explain?
April 29th, 2010 #39
There will be a variety of topics covered Hyskoa. There will be no live models present however. I am using a beautiful batch of artwork, professional photographs, and the video demonstrations I had ZhangLu create specifically for this class. We are discussing the female form, expression, body language, anatomical suggestion, idealization, and many more important areas of art theory as related to creating impactful images.
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