Australia Back to normal life after an amazing week here in Sydney. The reason was the 2 day Expressive Urban Sketching Workshop that I co-taught with Paul Wang from Singapore - but the entire week has had a symposium like feel and I have been riding the USK creative energy wave! Our workshop was based on Cockatoo Island - a spectacular setting with lots of amazing old industrial and historic buildings and ship building equipment and cranes as subject matter. The ferry ride to and from the island morning and evening was like the icing on the cake… Saturday morning was amazingly still and clear and in the evening as we left it was dramatic with storm clouds. 2 Sketchers camped on the island "glamping'' as they call it...I think if we run this workshop again more of us will stay overnight. Paul and I spent two days on the island beforehand refining the content of the workshop and doing a little sketching for ourselves… such as the one above.
Comment dessiner différents types de visages Comme nous l’avons vu dans l’article précédent, dessiner une tête n’est pas si difficile que ça avec la méthodologie que je vous ai montrée. Dans cet article, nous allons voir comment il est possible de construire tous les types de visages avec cette même technique. Il s’agit ici de varier les proportions de chaque partie osseuse du visage comme les pommettes, la mâchoire, le front, le dôme du crâne et l’arrière de la tête. Comme en caricature, ou dans le character design pour les jeux vidéos, on adapte les proportions de la tête avant de poser les détails du visage. Chaque forme de visage peut révéler la personnalité d’un personnage, et donne parfois des indices sur la psychologie et l’histoire de celui-ci. Cet article n’est pas dédié à l’anatomie, mais je tiens à vous montrer les structures que l’on trouve sous la peau et que les débutants ont tendance à oublier pour dessiner les visages. Ce sont ces parties osseuses que l’on va déformer pour donner du caractère à notre personnage.
online gesture drawing tool Athletes of God Chiaroscuro Erotica Archives Female Silhouette Femme Fatales Hanging around Lying Distortion One for the ladies Please Be Seated Warriors Upside down mode Start You can upload images that you would like to draw using quickposes ! Share your work at the official Quickposes thread on conceptart.org. Procedure Grab something to draw! Note: Challenges are always 20 images each session. For a special list of types go to Challenges. Examples I believe Ryan Woodward is one the best artists when it comes to figurative gesture drawing. Tips First focus on the mass and flow.
Croquis de randonnee - Randocroquis How to Practice Drawing — Study To get better as an artist you need to establish a practice, and do it right. The core of this practice is the Study Phase. The Study Phase is meant to be a mental workout. When you push yourself past your comfort zone in a physical workout, you body adapts and becomes stronger. The same is true of a mental workout. Be prepared. To make herself stronger, an athlete needs resistance. I ran upon this image recently that summed things up really well: Image from a presentation by John K, Nick Cross and Marlo Meekins. If I could be so bold as to make a modification on bit of advice from some of best animation artists out there: Study of Life and Study of Other Artists should come before Imagination. Now we know what are tools are, this is how we use them: Create a Library Start creating a library of art that looks like the stuff you want to do. List Your Skills Start to list skills you’ve identified from looking at your library. Choose a Focus Choose one skill you would like to study. Take Note
Bangkok Thailand and Portugal are celebrating their 500 year long peaceful relationship last year. I was involved in several activities related to this happy event. Many projects were initiated by Town Planning lecturers and students of the Architecture Faculty of Chulalongkorn University. Kudee Cheen is best accessed by boat since it is just by the side of Bangkok's only main river. In addition to the charm of mixed culture neighbourhood, the community is also well known for its several desserts of Portuguese origin such as egg tart and cakes.
Quelques model sheet... Homme adulte Femme adulte Garçon 10-13 ans Fille 10-13 ans Bonsoir à tous ! Comme vous pouvez le voir, ci-dessus quelques model sheet de personnages d'âges divers. Bon week-end à vous ! Amitiés, Marty The Artwork of Brandon Dayton | Official Website If you’ve done your work so far, this should be the most enjoyable part of practice, although you should still approach it with focus and purpose. Application is where we practice using imagination. As I shared before, imagination is one of the essential components that makes good art, but rather than being an unrelated third segment of the Good Artist Pie, the quality of the imagination will be directly related to your commitment to studying life and the work of other artists. Remember the notes you took in the previous phase? This is where you bring them into the laboratory and mix them together to create your own concoction. Above all, the application phase is about: Play That’s right. Have fun during this phase, but also thing of it as a Test. This is your opportunity to solidify your learnings. Lastly, Make it Relevant. So, the application phase isn’t as structured as the previous phases, but it still helps to follow a couple of guidelines. Test Yourself Make it Relevant Like this:
IZYS What is the Mandate of Heaven in China? Answer: The "Mandate of Heaven" is an ancient Chinese philosophical concept, which originated during the Zhou Dynasty (1046-256 BCE). The Mandate determines whether an emperor of China is sufficiently virtuous to rule; if he does not fulfill his obligations as emperor, then he loses the Mandate and thus the right to be emperor. There are four principles to the Mandate:1) Heaven grants the emperor the right to rule,2) Since there is only one Heaven, there can only be one emperor at any given time,3) The emperor's virtue determines his right to rule, and,4) No one dynasty has a permanent right to rule. Signs that a particular ruler had lost the Mandate of Heaven included peasant uprisings, invasions by foreign troops, drought, famine, floods and earthquakes. Although the Mandate of Heaven sounds superficially similar to the European concept of the "Divine Right of Kings," in fact it operated quite differently. The Mandate of Heaven in Action: Effects of the Mandate of Heaven Idea
Urban Sketchers Paris How to Warm Up Before Drawing Warming up is the first phase of your art practice. This phase is simple but it’s extremely important. On the surface it’s about loosening yourself up, which is part of it, but in truth it’s also a drill in it’s own right – a drill that’s so important and fundamental that it will improve every other skill you work on. This is why it’s the first thing you do every day. Warming up with simple shapes improves your stroke control, which will in turn make your work more fluid and energetic and will make your workflow much more efficient. It also drills construction. Lastly, it gets you in the right mind-set before you begin the Study Phase. Here’s what you’ll want to focus on in the warm up: Straight Lines and Ellipses Keeping your hand controlled but relaxed, draw straight lines. Once you’ve done some straight lines, try some free-hand ellipses. Perspective Grids Practice drawing perspective grids freehand. Three dimensional Shapes Build simple three dimensional shapes out of lines and ellipses.
Cécile Alma Filliette - Atelier Métaforme - Blogueur Formation, Maroc, Aquarelle, Inde, Collage Dés mon plus jeune age , c'était "artiste ou rien!!!" Après des études à l'école d'arts appliquées Estiennes à PARIS , les beaux-arts de REIMS et depuis j'ai menée de front pédagogie de l'art et recherche picturale personnelle ponctuée d Tags : Formation, Maroc, Aquarelle, Inde, Collage, Carnet de voyage, Bali, Art thérapie, Ile de ré, Corbières, Toscane, Bretagne sud, Intervenant, Stage à l'étranger, Peinture intuitive, Stage paris, Stage en France, Atelier de carnet de voyage dans Paris, Cécile Alma Filliette, Arèche, Cours de peinture créative, Dragonnière, Montlevon, Atelier Paris 20e, Sortie à paris, Atelier art plastiques formations, Animateurs d'arts plastiques formation, Carnettiste tribulants
Ancient China Religions, Ancient Chinese Religious Beliefs Advert Ancient China Religion: History has witnessed that religion has always evolved with the evolution of different civilizations and various beliefs have come and disappeared along with the disappearance of a particular civilization. Ancient China has also witnessed many religious practices. Ancient Chinese forms of worship has much similarity to Hinduism as even in Ancient China spirit gods were worshipped according to different things present in nature( for example fire, soil, water). Emperors have been known to have had courtrooms in the memory of their ancestors. Priests were highly specialized and were treated as mediators between god and human beings. The Concepts of Taoism and Confucianism developed in China and spread all over. Though he had no intention to establish a religion, however the guidelines he framed came to be followed by people from a religious perspective. It asks people to follow Tao which means dont force the nature to do something it was not meant to do.