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In 1988, an extraordinary thing happened in the world of animation. The film "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" ( Directed by Robert Zemekis , animation directed by Richard Williams) was released. The film gleefully celebrated the kind of imaginative slapstick cartoon violence that was the staple of the most popular short cartoon classics that were made during the period from around 1940 till the decline in the year that the film takes place ,1947 .
If you want to learn to draw to a standard you're happy with, you need to get the basics right from the outset. So many would-be artist's experience is that this vital foundation is overlooked when they begin drawing and painting. Time and again, people relate how they missed out at school , even though they liked art and wanted to learn to draw. It may be because they misunderstood what the teacher was saying or they missed a class and the tutor didn't have time to go back over a topic just for them. So they fell back, became disheartened and lost interest... Or, and this is quite normal, some take a little longer to pick up the required knowledge.
index >drawing tutorials Welcome to the drawing tutorials section. Here you will find drawing tutorials intended to teach visitors how to draw step by step.
Lifting Color: Two Methods -- This tutorial from Bet Borgeson demonstrates how an artist can make changes or fix problems in any colored pencil drawing. Techniques include using frisket film, masking tape, and burnishing tools. "From Aunt Wilmot's Things" by Bet Borgeson -- This seven-step demonstration teaches the many stages involved in creating a masterful colored pencil drawing and provides helpful tips for establishing a good composition, an effective range of values, and a variety of edges.