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Portrait As Story

Over sixty thousand years ago we started our visual communication. We didn’t just pop out making...

Whatever It Takes

Our first dog was a rescued Australian Cattle Dog or “Heeler”. These little toughies were bred from crossing wild dingoes with god knows what. When my wife handed our “Syd” his first juicy prime rib bone, he promptly flashed his gigantic teeth and said, in dog language, “Give me that s**t then get the f**k away or I will destroy you!” So… my wife called a professional trainer, and said, “We want to train him…

A Box of Dreams

I knew very little about any illustrators before I decided to try to become one. It was the early...

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  • Li-An on The Wisdom of the Lazy TeacherIt’s an interesting article… but the philosophy is working because we’re living in a Google World where tutorials are easy to find on the Web. So it’s…
  • Gregory Manchess on Portrait As StoryAww, you guys are great for saying all that. I will, Iain! Arkady! Can't wait to see you , my friend! Let's kick this semester's butt! : )
  • j on The Wisdom of the Lazy TeacherI get that it can be frustrating if it feels like someone wants stuff handed to them, but I think it's better to give benefit of the doubt and just be…
  • Wylie Beckert on The Wisdom of the Lazy TeacherFor me, the fact that illustration is such a tough field to succeed in makes this principle all the more important; there's so much more to the proces…
  • Efrin Ramirez on The War of the WorldsWow wow wow, so excited for this! Looking amazing! Can't wait to see the finished piece!

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