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The Ultimate Guide to Good Figure Drawing Reference Yes it is and it is long overdue. I’ve been asked countless times by students, friends and artists in training about getting good reference for figure drawing and head drawing studies. With the unfortunate lack of a centralized and well organized image gallery, it’s about damn time this issue is settled once and for all. I’ve posted some of my personal reference collection here in one place, also known as The Official Freshdesigner Good Reference Gallery (GRG). In the section ‘Where To Find Good Reference‘, I’ve listed the best photographers, websites and books that I know of. If you want learn how to find your own good reference, read on… What exactly is “good” reference? There is a difference between good and bad reference. This image is a perfect example of good reference. Why is good reference important? Good reference is important for a many reasons. Another critical skill is learning how to observe and control edges. What to avoid (aka “bad” figure drawing reference) t That’s it. 1. .

Eerie Mirrored Sculptures by Rob Mulholland Scottish sculptor Rob Mulholland creates these eerie mirrored sculptures out of Perspex, a kind of acrylic glass. The pieces create the uncanny effect of blending into their surroundings, at times appearing almost completely camouflaged and yet jumping out at you suddenly as your perspective shifts around them. Mulholland’s largest installation of six figures, Vestige, is currently installed at David Marshall Lodge in Scotland. The artist, via his website: The essence of who we are as individuals in relationship to others and our given environment forms a strong aspect of my artistic practise. In Vestige I wanted to explore this relationship further by creating a group, a community within the protective elements of the woods, reflecting the past inhabitants of the space. [...] Mulholland will be exhibiting at the 8th Godington House Sculpture exhibition in July of 2012, and you can see much more of his work on his website.

The Big Picture For 19 years, the US government had given Patricia Carbajal permission to stay in this country, to work, to put down roots. For 19 years, administration after administration extended Temporary Protected Status for Honduras after the destruction wrought by Hurricane Mitch in 1998 was compounded by crippling poverty, destabilizing corruption, and violence so pervasive that the murder rate in Honduras is now among the highest in the world. After 19 years, Patricia’s status had long ago stopped feeling temporary. How It Works | A Thousand Faces Staring Back At You A Thousand Faces is a website where you can have your portrait published, along with some personal information. Imagine it as a virtual stickers collection, wich you actually may purchase as "regular" collectible stickers. It is very easy to join the flat crowd! Why don't you get started by taking a look on the following directions? Fill the blank spaces on SUBMIT area with some personal information. For example: NAME: John DoeAGE: 28CITY: London, UKEMAIL: johndoe@email.comWEBSITE: johndoe.comJOYS: Mayan culture, John Waters, PizzaFEARS: Apocalypse, three eyed creatures…OBSERVATIONS: I'm an artist working at a post office, downtown London. Then, upload a photo of your face, clear, front view picture. Pay 1 euro using the recommended payment method. Your sticker will be ready in a couple of days and published on the website! ATTENTION: Fourth serie's submition is closed. You can order a pack of stickers ( 5, 10 or 15 ) on ORDER area. You can also order your printed portrait.

НЕДЕЛЬКА Общий тег - #artnest_week Каждую неделю мы выбираем одну тему, на которую каждый день выкладываем референсы, туториалы, статьи и другие полезные материалы. АКТУАЛЬНЫЕ НА НЫНЕШНЮЮ НЕДЕЛЮ РАБОТЫ УЧАСТНИКОВ 8.08 - 14.08 - "КАМНИ И МИНЕРАЛЫ" 22.08 - 28.08 - "ОВОЩИ И ФРУКТЫ" 29.08 - 4.09 - "МЕТАЛЛ" 5.09 - 11.09 "ДРАКОНЫ" 12.09 - 18.09 - "ЭФФЕКТЫ И СВЕТЯШКИ" 19.09 - 25.09 - "КОТИКИ" #week_cats 26.09 - 2.10 - "ПЕЙЗАЖ" #week_landscape 3.10 - 9.10 - "ДЕРЕВЬЯ И РАСТЕНИЯ" #week_tree 10.10 - 16.10 - "ЕДА" #week_food 17.10-23.10 - "ВОДНЫЕ ОБИТАТЕЛИ" #week_watercreatures 24.10-30.10 - "WITCHCRAFT" #week_witchcraft 31.10-6.11 "СТЕКЛО" #week_glass 7.11-4.12 - "ОРУЖИЕ" #week_weapon 5.12-11.12 - "КНИГИ" #week_book 13.12-.19.12 - "ПТИЦЫ" #week_birds 20.12-.2.01 - "ЦВЕТ" #week_colorscheme 3.01. - 9.01 - "СНЕГ" #week_snow 10.01. - 16.01 - "ВОДА" #week_water 17.01. - 23.01 - "ДЫМ И ТУМАН" #week_fog 24.01. - 30.01 - "ПЛАМЯ" #week_fire

#Pose-Emporium on deviantART Los resonadores de la voz según Grotowski « ARTES ESCÉNICAS Los resonadores de la voz según Grotowski La función de los resonadores es amplificar la conducción de la voz emitida. Comprimen la columna de aire en una parte del cuerpo determinada para amplificar la voz. Subjetivamente se tiene la impresión de estar hablando con esa parte del cuerpo. Hay un número ilimitado de resonadores que dependen del control que el actor tenga sobre su cuerpo. Estos son algunos de los resonadores posibles: Parte superior de la cabeza, el más empleado en el teatro occidental. Realmente, Grotowski considera que la posibilidad más creativa y completa es cuando el actor utiliza todo su cuerpo como un resonador, que se consigue cuando un actor puede utilizar a la vez los resonadores altos de la cabeza y el pectoral. Ejercicios orgánicos para la colocación de la voz El objetivo de estos ejercicios es conseguir que el actor se vuelva consciente de su voz y que explore todas las posibilidades mientras lleva a cabo su papel de modo espontáneo y casi inconscientemente.

In Pursuit of the Sublime Operation War Diary 360° Aerial Panoramas, 360° Virtual Tours Around the World, Photos of the Most Interesting Places on the Earth bodies-in-motion 30 second sequences from BiM Not long ago, I had twelve artists from Natural Motion (of Morpheme and Clumsy Ninja fame) into Somerset House, my home away from home, for a four day anatomy workshop. At the end of each day we would take about 20 minutes to draw from the Bodies in Motion library. sketching from BiM We made extensive use of the timer for gesture drawing. timelapse of a sequence of 30 second poses Historia de los payasos y clowns El arte del clown existe desde hace miles de años. Un clown enano actuaba ya como bufon en la corte del Faraon Dadkeri-Assi durante la Quinta Dinastia Egipcia sobre el año 2500 a.c. (antes de Cristo). Los clowns que actuaban como bufones de corte tenian gran libertad de palabra y critica. La Comedia del Arte empezo en Italia en el siglo XVI y rapidamente domino el panorama teatral Europeo. William Kemp and Robert Armin - Clowns de Shakespeare Durante el reinado de la reina Elizabeth, los espectaculos de clowns en Inglaterra eran basicamente una forma de arte. Philip Astley creo lo que se ha considerado el primer circo, en Inglaterra en 1768. Joseph Grimaldi - El Padre del Clown Moderno Joseph Grimaldi (1778 - 1837) fue exclusivamente un clown teatral. El primer clown de circo mujer Clowns cantantes ORIGEN DEL PERSONAJE DEL CLOWN AUGUSTO (el clown de nariz roja) Existe una extendida leyenda que paso de boca en boca acerca de los origenes del clown Augusto.

burn magazine Rooster Oven Mitt | Significant Objects Object No. 94 of 100 [The auction for this Significant Object, with story by Victor LaValle, has ended. Original price: $1. Final price: $51.99.] Who the hell goes to Portugal? In my family? The question arose as my sister and I were going through my grandmother’s things—her effects. The old lady didn’t own the apartment she’d lived in, alone, for 22 years. Let’s be blunt: the mitt’s not pretty. Then, I brought the thing home and forgot about it! My friend slides the glove on, reaches into the oven, but as she’s pulling the tray she loses her grip and the squash goes to the ground. But she wore another expression. Not writing. And it went on like that. A lot. Turns outs my grandmother was kind of a slut! My friend and I poured wine.

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