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Drawing Monsters


Justin Gerard

This month I'd like to share with you some drawings from a new series I have been working on! It is a collection of monsters, each one taken from a tiny scribble that I drew, at some point, in the margin of one of my sketchbooks. I've drawn these in my notes ever since middle school (where most of us first learned of boredom) and now, like then, they are usually drawn when I should be…

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Directing Your Model Towards A Better Performance – A Norman Rockwell Breakdown & Analysis


Ron Lemen

June 15, 2019 - I started this installment with more, but I realized after putting this part together that this in itself is an article.  hat I started I will post next time, and Rockwell will take over this time around.  This installment looks at reference and how to use it more effectively using Norman Rockwell as our guide.  For those of you who feel you shouldn't use it or refuse to use it, read along anyway, you might find some of this information helpful on your quest for a more vivid image in the minds eye. Before we look at Rockwell, I want to say a few things about reference and the once again growing concern about whether to use it or lose it.  The simple fact is,  you can't draw what you have not seen, experienced, or…

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