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Tracing as a technique
[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]Diane
Fri, 17 Dec 1999 19:00:07 -0500
Oh Yea? Then why do art schools require portfolios with non-computor
techniques? Furthermore, computor artists are computor artists, hands on
artists are hands on artists, and computor artists, are, in art schools,
required to get hands on skill before plugging in the big screen. What we
are really talking about at this point is creativity that goes way beyond
proficiency at free hand drawing,(a small part of contemporary art, by the
way even the new realist painters trace, by projecting images from
photographs onto canvas, and oh how we value realism, my my look how real
that apple is, I could just eat it!). I hope you teach a few computor
classes along with your art courses, for with the reasoning such as you
offer you may find youself one day unwittingly talked out of an art
teaching job, oh, well maybe you have tenure...............
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