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Tai Chi As Drawing Proprioception Tool
Tai Chi As Drawing Proprioception Tool

Greater Hand-Eye coordination via greater physical awareness and control  

Tip Sheets for studying Drapery
Tip Sheets for studying Drapery

Drapery is a valuable area of observational¬†art to study, given everyone tends to where clothes. That’s in fact not the only reason, but it’s a good one. I need to do my own tutorial on this subject soon, but for now I wanted to share a cash of refrence material i’ve collected myself on various […]

Six Rendering Modes
Six Rendering Modes

If the marks we make are just random, we would not have art. Just a mess. Modeled drawings can be Gestures, made of Continuous Lines. It creates a very distinctive stylistic difference, if your drawings do or don’t use Contours. But Identifying each and learning them separately lets us be conscious of their individual traits; intentional about how we combine them; or if we choose to do so at all.

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