Tag Archives: Drawing

Overcoming Blind Spots

We all fall into patterns and assumptions that are hard to break, but which prevent us from seeing things how they really are.  We develop blind spots.  We are all susceptible to this and often overcoming these blind spots requires … Continue reading

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Art Instruction Books

Some people think art instruction books are evil.  I don’t agree.  I like them.  I think you can learn a lot from them.  One of my favourite things is to get inspiration for a new style or a new technique … Continue reading

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The Importance of Sketching

This is something I picked up in the life drawing classes I attend.  Every session, we spend the first 10 – 20 minutes making very rapid sketches.  They are on A2 layout paper, so they are totally disposable student sketches, … Continue reading

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