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How to Professionally Photograph Your Artwork For Less Than $300


David Palumbo

A while back, we discussed how Dan dos Santos photographs his artwork. However, just like painting, everyone has their own way of doing things. In this article, artist Dave Palumbo discusses his method for photographing artwork, and even shows you how to build a professional set-up for less than $300... camera and all! A quick note: Some people debate the choice of manufacturers and if the brand matters.  Basically, it doesn’t.  The examples in this…

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What I didn´t learn in school


Jesper Ejsing

November 18, 2019 - [caption id="attachment_48487" align="aligncenter" width="873"] Tooth and Nails[/caption] Dynamic drawings has always been a thing for me. I have been trying to push it as much as I could. When i started at the studio I am at; Pinligt Selskab, there was a lot of freelance illustrators that came from animation: I started my professional career as an illustrator doing colors for one of the: Kim Hagen. He was a really cool animator and he had a steady comic book series in a Lego magazine. Everything he drew was very very dynamic. I remeber looking at my own drawings and constantly comparing how flat they seemed compared to his. he taught me how to push things and use foreshortening to enhance depth. I was always envious of the artist I shared studio with who had that…

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