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    Quote Originally Posted by dose View Post
    Seriously? I've never known CA to be a place that is strict about staying on topic. This isn't RP. And anyway, I actually think I'm saying something similar to what you were saying- although maybe I wasn't particularly clear.
    Well, the point I was going to make, but erased because I needed more time to be clear and I was trying to make a deadline, was the following: The foundation of representational drawing, it seems to me, is expressing shaped volumes, positive and negative, of identifiable substances as they would appear under various lighting conditions. Perspective is just one aspect of this effort, a technical subset of it, if you will.

    Ever feel like, in these kinds of threads, instead of walking a bouncy, healthy golden retriever who's looking to break the leash and run free, you're actually dragging a legless farting warthog?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kev ferrara View Post
    Ever feel like, in these kinds of threads, instead of walking a bouncy, healthy golden retriever who's looking to break the leash and run free, you're actually dragging a legless farting warthog?
    I painted one of those once.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kev ferrara View Post
    Ever feel like, in these kinds of threads, instead of walking a bouncy, healthy golden retriever who's looking to break the leash and run free, you're actually dragging a legless farting warthog?
    This made my night. Thanks

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