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Establishing a "key figure" Part 1


Today’s posting will combine some conceptual elements which Loomis has outlined in earlier sections of the book, with some rules which are better stated in his companion book “Figure Drawing for all its Worth” (which will be reviewed on this blog in time).   408 more words

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Inclined Planes on a Roof

Good day,

It has been a very long while since my last posting.  I intend on posting again weekly on Sundays as before.

Let us get underway. 496 more words

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Acerca de ayer

Ayer me levanté y me dediqué a releer nuevamente la sección de cardiología durante 4 horas y después me dediqué a dibujar por 2 horas, solo muestro aquí dos hojas de lo que hice ayer. 139 more words


The Fundamentals

Notes from “The Fundamentals”.

It’s easier to refer to than the block of text in the book. I have also divided this into sections.

Talent vs Knowledge… 1,329 more words

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Introducing Mr Frankfield #1

I’ve now started to piece together a storyline for a future animation, which is way beyond my skill level just now, but is something I am aiming for. 186 more words


Buenos Días

The friendliness of the Bolivian post office is well expressed in their 10-centavo issue with art by Andrew Loomis.


Variable Perspectival Spaces within a Single Block

On page 43 of Successful Drawing, Andrew Loomis shows a very useful mechanic for artists to know in order to convincingly draw architectural details or features on mechanical objects in perspective.   727 more words

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