Perspective Seen from Different Points of View ) on a plane. The third method was a carthographic method of linear perspective: the oikumene as seen from one vieuwpoint (mappamundi). 111 Ptolemy’s atlas arrived in Florence in 1400, just before the outburst of creativity, 114 this new approach provided mathematical unity for the geographic knowledge in a coordinate framework (grid-system). 118 A similar grid-system was applied in Alberti’s ‘velo’, a gridlike veil that organized the visible world into a geometric composition, structured on evenly spaced grid coordinates (De Pictura, Book Two): object ‘represented on the flat surface of the veil’. 120 Relation rediscovery of Ptolemy’s atlas, the rediscovery of linear perspective (Brunellesci) and the rediscovery of America (Columbus), 121 cf Toscanelli, writing to the Portugese court about sailing routes to the Orient. 125 Brunelleschi: idea of the perceptual [sic!] ‘truth’ of linear perspective. In Vol.2 K compares the next texts of Euclid’s Optics: Euclidis Optica (ed.
Learn to Draw - The basic elements in drawing Let's get a bit more in depth with the elements of drawing. The rest of this website will get even further into each of these elements. Line is the most basic element of the drawing. And in it's most basic definition, it's what separates one area of the drawing plane from the other. A single line will segment your piece of paper into "that area" and "this area". About Us - Acrylic Painting Secrets Acrylic Painting Secrets is run by Paintbox Art Media Ltd - a fully registered and licensed business based in the UK (and affectionally titled after Bob's wife Pam). The company was founded several years ago by Bob Davies after his first site how-to-draw-and-paint.com quickly gathered recognition. Today, Paintbox Art Media Ltd's websites receive over 1.5 million unique visitors per year with over 100,000 subscribers to it's free newsletter. While the company is small, close-knit and underpinned by a strong family connection, we take business and professionalism very seriously.
Learn Basic Drawing Six FREE easy and fun Basic Drawing lessons! The six Basic Drawing Lessons I have created have proven successful for beginning students over the past 40 years I have been an art instructor. I have written step by step, information-rich lessons that are easy to understand and fun to do! Charcoal, free charcoal drawing lessons Choose Medium: Art Books | Learning to Draw | Oil Painting | Watercolor | Acrylic | Pastel | Pencil | Charcoal | Pen & Ink | Misc Charcoal comes in various forms, both compressed and in vine (often taken from the willow tree). These tutorials, explore vine and compressed charcoal and its uses in sketches, drawing and studies using brush techniques. Although the medium can be messy, this usually only adds to the enjoyment, of a sadly overlooked medium with huge potential.
Tips for Drawing: Form and Volume Recently I came across some very wise questioning by an animator named Peter J. Casey during an online discussion of “How to get better at art” over at AnimationForum.net. Today I want to revise the answer I gave there and take a deeper look at practicing form and volume. In the discussion, it was brought up that you need to practice fundamentals (very true). Every good artist will tell you that, but Peter brought up a good point:
Virtual Dummy and Hand to draw MIKOTO 04f IN ENGLISH WITH VIRTUAL DUMMY AND HAND!!! Mikoto is a japanese software used to make simple 3D animations,the project was abandoned but there is a couple of version around Internet (all of them in japanese TT__TT so I made my own translation version The Virtual dummy can help you to draw the hard poses of your characters...ok,its true you can use Poser or 3dMax for this kind of things but they take a lot of memory from your PC and they have many functions that you don't need...If you only want to turn the character in a pose and copy it Mikoto will work nice
Discussion Page Article: A list of recommended books on sketching Hokusai: One Hundred Views of Mt Fuji by Henry D. Smith This is a must have for all who want to focus on the beauty of line using brush and ink -- in a Japanese style. How to draw Steampunk Machines There are a variety of different types of steam engines. They basically are just pistons in which steam pushes, and in a variety of ways via linkages, all end up with an axle spinning in a circular motion. Some steam engines can be reversed.
Skin Shading Overview The idea to this painting came when I sat down with my notebook in my sofa one evening, and tried to come up with something that was both upclose and personal, yet touched on larger issues, such as affairs of state. Preferrably involving only two people, because I find that can often be more intense. A royal assassination, I thought, and since I like Fantasy, it became an idea of two fairy sisters, one of them Queen, and a serious case of sibling jealousy. I added a sleeping husband in the background, to supply one more possible reason for jealousy.