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Re: Re: drawing realistically
[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]Lukec
Sun, 8 Feb 1998 14:49:16 -0800 (PST)
I think...it is essential to draw realistically,
in order to paint and draw in a more expressive way.
This is because one must know ones craft thoroughly
and to draw in a realistic manner first,
sets a basis for progression!
I speak as a finalist in an art&design degree and enjoy
all aspects of my projects, from the initial observation
and research work, through to the final designs.
I would appreciate anybodys response to colour theory.
Why is colour so important to us artists?
Why is the sky blue?
We know the answer scientifically speaking but why must we
interpret it as so and is it ok to feature the colour alongside,
say a green field?