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GeorgeW1000

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  1. Cookester and Jehurey just fight and fight and fight in this forum. Was it always like this!?
  2. I think I lost my old account and had to remake one
  3. I had braces and stuff. My dentist told me I had perfect teeth, just that I need to brush more.
  4. Lmao some of my old posts owned, but I gave Handsome Horse my account and I can't tell which posts are actually mine
  5. The discourse in this country has gotten so bad... and I blame the left.
  6. Oh, those little chalk pastels? That's impressive. Those are hard to work with.
  7. Nice blending. Oils can do that.
  8. An example of "Not being a slave to your reference" Is the drawing Unity, in this thread. I drew a live model in that drawing for 45 minutes. Models try their best not to move, but sometimes they move, as well as your head, so drawing from imagination helped me in that drawing. It also helps you to draw faster if you know the body and where the landmarks are.
  9. There's two forms of art talent that I can think of, being able to copy what you see, and being able to draw from imagination. If there is a third, it's using color. Being able to copy exactly has been with me for a long time, but I've gotten better at it since I was 15 or so. I've been working on drawing from imagination and it's far harder. It's not bad to use a reference when you draw, and it's incredibly helpful to have a reference, but drawing from imagination helps you invent things. It also helps when you have a reference, so you aren't a "slave to your reference." Meaning, you can draw your reference with more gesture, from a different angle, or just with more style. Here's what I can do without a reference, probably my best example: The Punishment Cube
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