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August 28, 2016, 06:03:41 PM by Pa Kalsha | Views: 3600 | Comments: 0
Characters
Now that we've mastered the head from the front, we're going to draw the head from the side. This is no harder than the front view, and will help you draw stamps and silhouette portraits and conversations. A multitude of uses!

Start with the ball shape again, dividing it into quarters as before. From one edge, draw a line straight down to show the plane of the face. Inside the circle, draw where the slice we took out for the front view goes - a circle two-thirds the size of the head, ...
July 03, 2016, 11:21:09 AM by Pa Kalsha | Views: 3357 | Comments: 0
Characters
Drawing a head immediately puts us into the territory of character design - you can play with the relative height and width of the skull and the shape of the jawline to indicate sex and age, to create different characters, or indicate temperament, a character's role within a group and a host of other features. We'll be addressing all that in future lessons but, for now, this tutorial will walk you through the construction of a generic adult head.

The basis of the head is a ball. Add a...
April 24, 2016, 07:42:39 PM by Pa Kalsha | Views: 3648 | Comments: 0
Going pro
So you’re ready to sell your work? There are lots of pitfalls between you and success, but here’s early warning of the worst of them and advice on the rest.

Display
  • Think about how you’re going to display your merchandise. Display vertically (bearing in mind vendor contracts usually impose a height restriction of around 2-2.5 metres for health and safety reasons). Use modular cubes, hanging posters, pop-up displays, table banners, whatever
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April 18, 2016, 06:26:51 PM by Mother Roshiya | Views: 3680 | Comments: 0
Backgrounds
Glad to see you're still with us on your journey to mastering perspective drawing! Remember, all of these tutorials build upon skills learned in earlier lessons, and this one is no different. If you haven't learned how to divide a plane or draw an ellipse on an orthogonal plane yet, you will find this lesson hard to follow. I highly suggest you read those less...
April 15, 2016, 03:15:24 PM by Pa Kalsha | Views: 3574 | Comments: 0
Going pro
So you’re ready to sell your work? There are lots of pitfalls between you and success, but here’s early warning of the worst of them and advice on the rest.

Booking
  • Make sure to book your event table, transport and accommodation well in advance. Prices are generally cheaper and you don’t want to run the risk of getting a table but not being able to find a hotel.
  • Shop around for accommodation, share a room with people you trus
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January 13, 2016, 02:18:00 PM by Pa Kalsha | Views: 4103 | Comments: 0
Fundamentals
So you’re ready to do your first drawing from life. You’ve got your pencils sharpened and your paper picked out, you’ve found the perfect subject and position, and you're ready to start drawing. An hour later, you take a step back and realise the drawing looks nothing like your subject. It's too long, or too short or just inexplicably, completely, wrong.
We've all been there. The trick to accurate drawing is sighting, or measuring by eye.

Sighting is a vital skill for draw...
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