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    Hogarth Video lesson on Drawing the Head

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    As always, beware Hogarth's facial proportions, he tends to make the cranium and nose large and the lower face small.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Elwell View Post
    As always, beware Hogarth's facial proportions, he tends to make the cranium and nose large and the lower face small.
    That's 'cos Hogarth is a Mekon (Dan Dare's Nemesis for those of you not born when we were writing with feathers)

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    Thanks for the video. He always draw very solid form. Unfortunately everytime I see his characters, they always remind me of socrealist monuments with huge and gnarly factory workers (sometimes suffering from hydrocephalus)



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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Bennett View Post
    That's 'cos Hogarth is a Mekon (Dan Dare's Nemesis for those of you not born when we were writing with feathers)
    Thanks Chris, as an American, I never knew that's where the Mekons got their name.


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    That was hilarious!

    Except I feel sorry for those poor students, subjected to that performance...

    At least Icarus tried!


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    Bit of a twist ending from Pablo...



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    Wish I could just admire Hogarth's facility with those chalks, but I remain troubled by the disinformation.

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    I like this one (though Big J's SS gets the shaft at the end!.



    This one is cool.

    Last edited by OmenSpirits; May 17th, 2012 at 09:05 PM.
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    I didn't know Larry David could draw...

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