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Brave New World


Robert Hunt

  Many illustrators are also teachers.  During the pandemic most of us have had to convert our previously in-person teaching to an online format. There are many complications to consider when trying to build a virtual experience for the students which cab be as valuable to them as the in-person education they had been expecting until a few months ago.  We are all learning to adapt. An important part of making the whole thing work…

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Wizard Dwarf taught me a lesson


Jesper Ejsing

September 21, 2020 - I have struggled for a long time trying to create a video that shows my process of painting acrylics. Most traditional painters, in my line of work, choice oil as their medium of choice. I too had the idea that I was going to do that. But after trying oil paint for a day or 2 I found out that my delicate temple of a human body, could not agree with the fumes and chemicals and turpentine. I simply got headache straight away every time I tried painting in oils. So I stayed with acrylics, but tried to go all kinds of ways to make them behave or end up looking like oils. It was one of my ambitions with the video tutorial, to show people that acrylics was not as stiff and dead a…

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