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In the traditional account, Brunelleschi either discovered or verified linear perspective by literally painting views of buildings onto a mirror or windowpane. This "draw on glass" approach was probably not the method Brunelleschi actually used, but it fits well with the idea that a perspective painting is a mirror or window view of the world , and it soon became the standard way to convince drawing students that perspective really works, even when the scope of the problem is no bigger than a table top.
self taught for sure.
I know you are all looking at this image and wondering, uh you lost it or something? I see no fancy colors, no stylized brushwork ugh argh why waste my time with this? Well, I think you’ll all be surprised in where this goes.
I drew some pictures which I thought fairly good when I was fifty, but really nothing I did before the age of seventy was of any value at all. At seventy-three I have at last caught every aspect of nature- birds, fish, animals, insects, trees, grasses, all. When I am eighty I shall have developed still further, and will really master the secrets of art at ninety.
Ink comes in many flavors: bottled india ink you can use with dip pen or brush, disposable or refillable ink pens and brush pens, markers, "microns" (also called fine-liners), fountain pens, rapidographs...
Blogger interface, creating a new post Register your sketchblog There are many free hosted blogging services that you can use, and here are some most popular: - Blogger - Wordpress - Tumblr - LiveJournal - Posterous Nowadays blogging software interface has become like your office software - very intuitive and easy to use, no nasty HTML tags and similar techie stuff that scares the regular Joe. Alternatively, you may post your sketches to photography sharing services such as Flickr or currently very popular Instagram . . You may, of course, host your blog on your own domain name (as I have)!