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May 8th, 2012 #14
No worries man. I really like that second one Elwell posted...gives me all kinds of ideas on how to make one that is pretty variable. In an atelier or academy where a bunch of students are drawing/painting still lifes at the same time they have to be able to control the light on each setup.
Anyway, good ideas there on how to make one really easy.
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So it's just a box? That's slightly anti-climactic, though encouraging because I definitely have plenty of those.
I've started collecting things in my house that vaguely resemble spheres and I've drawn a few briefly, probably gonna go a bit more in depth with it later tonight. Also, I saw this: http://www.amazon.com/BASIC-GEOMETRI...d_sim_sbs_ac_1. Would that be a good investment? What about styrofoam shapes? I feel like I really need to study the most basic of basic items at this point.
Anyway, thanks for all the help.
My Sketchbook: http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=239364
May 8th, 2012 #16
Also, I saw this: http://www.amazon.com/BASIC-GEOMETRI...d_sim_sbs_ac_1. Would that be a good investment? What about styrofoam shapes? I feel like I really need to study the most basic of basic items at this point.
Basically, if you can find those things and spray them white for less than 10 bucks, do that, otherwise sure, go with those.
Materials don't matter, it's just some uncomplicated shapes that you can observe and draw for a while y'know?*
*Pringles and Toblerone boxes do come with free snacks though. Bonus.
Good luck with it anyway.
May 9th, 2012 #17
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