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  • Drawing ideas for pieces is a lot easier when you have some emotion behind them. Finding inspiration for your pieces may seem very daunting especially if you are trying to create something new or feel like your in a rut. The fact is there is inspiration all around you waiting to be drawn from. The thing is almost anything can set you off in a spiral of ideas : The trees blowing a certain way, a dream you had, maybe the sun shining on an interesting object casting a dramatic shadow. feeling and allows me to elaborate on it...

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  • Drawing may be described as an evolutionary process that is fundamental to communicating ideas. This is also true of fashion drawing, with its distinctive nuances and associations with style. The exciting breadth and diversity of what constitutes fashion drawing today is testimony to the creative vision of fashion designers and fashion illustrators alike.

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  • There has been a growing fascination over the past century with the emotional and psychological aspects of children’s art expressions, particularly from the fields of psychology, psychiatry, and art therapy. Drawing has been undeniably recognized as one of the most important ways that children express themselves and has been repeatedly linked to the expression of personality and emotions. Children’s drawings are thought to reflect their inner worlds, depicting various feelings and relating information concerning psychological status and interpersonal style.

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  • Drawing pencil sketches or thumbnails may seem boring and tedious, or you may fully enjoy it, depending upon what the sketches are for and if you HAVE to do them. In any case, planning your projects with pencil sketches will greatly improve your end results. Sketching out ideas or even just jotting down some ideas on your pages will greatly increase the number of your drawings and help you realize the full potential of the ideas or concepts you are trying to get across.

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  • Permit me in the first place to anticipate the disappointment of any student who opens this book with the idea of finding "wrinkles" on how to draw faces, trees, clouds, or what not, short cuts to excellence in drawing, or any of the tricks so popular with the drawing masters of our grandmothers and still dearly loved by a large number of people. No good can come of such methods, for there are no short cuts to excellence.

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  • So Disney may have set the precedent for what a cartoon mouse that talks and walks upright is supposed to look like, but it can be a lot more fun creating one of your own. To make it an even more attractive idea, you can do it in four simple steps. Are you ready? Grab your pencil and paper, and let's go! Step 1 - The Head and Body The base of any cartoon drawing is always the head and body, and we'll start our mouse drawing the same way. The head will be an egg shape lying on its...

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  • Could that stick figure drawing you made in 3rd grade be the beginnings of greatness? YES! Even the most skilled artists out there started somewhere and stick figures are what they started with. They are great for story-boarding and getting down ideas quickly. Skillfully drawing them to show believable action and movement can take some practice but with some basic knowledge you will be drawing them like a pro in no time. "While a basic stick figure drawing may not be what you have in mind as great work, it is the foundation of figure drawing." Everything great starts...

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  • Tribal drawings can be dated back as far as 2000BC in Egypt in the hieroglyphs of the high Priestess. They are found all over the world and in almost every culture. While you may have a specific idea of what a tribal drawing is almost all tattoos can be considered tribal. Most Popular Types Some of the most popular designs are from the Maori, Haida and Polynesian cultures. Many consider the Polynesians to be the originators of the ritual know today and all others are just derivatives and variations of them. The most common drawings include the long thick...

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  • "There is no more powerful way to prove that we know something well than to draw a simple picture of it. And there is no more powerful way to see hidden solutions than to pick up a pen and draw out the pieces of our problem." So writes Dan Roam in The Back of the Napkin, the international bestseller that proves that a simple drawing on a humble napkin can be more powerful than the slickest PowerPoint presentation. Drawing on twenty years of experience and the latest discoveries in vision science, Roam teaches readers how to clarify any problem or sell...

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  • Adobe® Illustrator® CS4 lets you create artwork for a variety of uses. Illustrator’s drawing tools let you take advantage of many ways to control color, text, and artwork in your designs. Illustrator provides you with ways to express your creative ideas and experiment with the presentation. Illustrator CS4 is also tightly integrated with other Adobe products such as Photoshop® CS4 and Flash® CS4 Professional.

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  • Book condition is very good. No jacket issued. Appears unread. Back tail corner creased. Else fine. Over 1800 illustrations of patterns of things to whittle and carve for the beginner or an experienced woodcarver. Index. 188 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 002650 Over 1,000 design ideas for carving Christmas tree ornaments, cookie molds, toys, weathervanes, cigar-store Indians, sundials, caricatures, and many other projects. 1,821 illustrations.

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  • Draw the reader into your story with a technique that Jeep is using—add to your page a small object or two from the scene. This softens hard edges and gives your layout an inviting, human dimension.

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  • 1. Eyes 2. Nose and Mouth 3. Shape of the Head 4. Facial Expression 5. Hair In this tutorial, I will attempt to go over how to draw general anime faces, so you can both get a better idea of how anime faces are drawn and proportioned, as well as an idea of how use what you know to create interesting original characters. I've divided this tutorial up into several sections. If you have any questions, please email me. All material is copyright by their respective owners. If you have any questions, comments, et cetera, please send them here. Arigatou gozaimasu!...

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  • Here is a doll-making course that combines sculpted clay with cloth bodies. It presents each step in sculpting the head and body, curing and finishing the materials, and constructing the costume. This book, and its companion, Designing the Doll, are both fabulous. The text is clear and easy to read, the line drawings are excellent, and the wide array of figures in photographs is very impressive. The book is heavily illustrated, and Susanna not only knows what she's doing, but she also write a great book about it. I'm a professional sculptor, and so often times the books fall far short...

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  • Many thanks to Lianne Issa for this amazing tutorial. Check out her portraits gallery. Circulism Technique The colored pencil technique called circulism was invented in 1992 by Maggie Toole and i use it in all of my close up graphite portraits to try and achieve a realistic skin texture. The idea behind circulism is that when shading you draw no lines at all rather, the technique uses varied, unending, overlapped and intertwined circles, building transparent layers.

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  • Whether we get forms with extensive clarity by use of Baumgarten’s aesthetic considerations can not be answered conclusively on these cases, because much indicate that it has given some vague ideas when students encounter these considerations during evaluations, but without putting them into real use in their leading feature or as a guidelines in the design process. However, to the question: How can designers formulate aesthetic considerations which communicate a clear message to other professionals? an obvious answer is to make use of Baumgarten’s aesthetic considerations. ...

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  • Our subject for this exercise is this Whistling Kite. All you will need for this exercise are two tubes of paint and two brushes plus a sheet of watercolor paper and a pencil. Materials Indigo Burnt Sienna 1" flat brush #2 liner brush HB lead pencil Watch this demonstration on RealPlayer Step 1 The first step is to loosely draw the basic shapes. The idea is not to carefully .draw every detail then fill it in, but to get a rough guideline for the major shapes. Don't worry about accurate details, but concentrate on accurate proportions. (HB lead pencil) ...

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  • Gesture is the vehicle used in fitting a character into the role it is called upon to act out. We have drawn variously, dogs, mice, owls, elephants, cats, people, and so on; each distinct characters with distinct bodily shapes and bodily gestures. To approach a model with the idea of copying a human figure plus its clothing could be called a waste of time. Our interest is in seeing the differences in each personality and their individualistic gestures and, like a good caricaturist, capture the essence of those differences.

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  • It's a good idea to create your cartoon person with a skeleton underlying his or her skin. There are a couple of reasons why you may want to do this. A skeleton gives you a great starting point that you can use to pose your character in many different positions, and it also gives you a familiar framework that you can always go back to, no matter what kind of character you are drawing. Without wasting any more time, let's get right into creating a skeleton that you can begin using to create and pose a cartoon person of...

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  • How the subject in a portrait poses is a big part of creating a great portrait. The rules that apply to photography can be directly transferred into this arena. The basics for framing a subject and planning the portrait are both basically the same. The best part about technology these days is the use of digital cameras, which allow you to capture many pictures and review them instantly. This can be great a tool for experimenting with different angles and poses. When in search for ideas for shots, the best way to be inspired is to look at other...

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