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3-D to 2-D and Back Again


Robert Hunt

Most of my career has essentially involved making two-dimensional images that represent three-dimensional realities, and most of my education involved drawing from observation. But what happens when your process is to draw what you observe, but you don’t have anything to look at?   What do you do when you don’t have the models or reference you need, or can use? Of course, for people, I try to find the right models and costumes and…

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Clash Upon the Cliffs


Cory Godbey

October 20, 2020 - 2020, among very many other things, has been a year where I've finally made time for a handful of pieces that I've always wanted to finish! Along the same lines as The Little Hill from earlier this year, this recent piece is one from a previous sketchbook that had sat in my flat file for a couple years. Why? The original idea is a sketch from my 2016 sketchbook collection, DRAGONS AND OTHER INCIDENTS OF TRAVEL. At the time, I was satisfied with the thumbnail and sketch and didn't feel much need to finish the drawing for the sketchbook that year. Like I touched on in the aforementioned post featuring The Little Hill, I always want a mix of finished drawings and sketches in each sketchbook. It lends a nice visual variety to the collection…

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