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08/09/2018

How to draw a character sketch

To draw a quasi-contour, you must look at the whole, and compare the whole, and use the auxiliary line to help determine the position. When grasping the shape, you should grasp the features and draw them like you. The shape is beginning to see, and the image is ready to come out. Just like the artist at the entrance of the park, with the silhouette of the scissors, the figure is easily revealed, and although we can't see the fine internal structure, we can still recognize him. Some did not pay attention to this step, and the shape was still very vague, so they rushed to paint the five senses. How can the paintings drawn in this way approach the object! By http://www.thomas-kinkade-prints.org/

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02/08/2018

Hard brush

Compared with soft brush, hard brush has the advantages of strong elasticity, firmness, strength and high wear resistance. The bristle brush mainly consists of a bristle pen and a bristle brush.


The bristle brush often leaves a crepe print when it is colored, which can pick up thick pigments. It can be rubbed, rubbed, brushed, and generally does not appear to stick the hair together. However, it is precisely because of these characteristics that the bristle brush can appear to be weak in the performance of the delicate picture texture. On the contrary, the bristle brush is suitable for the thick brush-like texture.


Compared with the bristle brush, the bristle brush is more delicate, softer and more elastic. It is a high-grade bristle brush, and of course the price is higher. Therefore, it is recommended that beginners choose pig bristle if they want to choose a hard brush.

by jack vettriano prints

14/03/2018

LeRoy Joseph Runquist was born in St. Paul, Minn

LeRoy Joseph Runquist was born in St. Paul, Minn., on June 8, 1921. When his mother remarried, he took the surname of a stepfather.

He served in the Army during World War II, including the Normandy invasion and the Battle of the Bulge, and painted murals on the walls of mess halls. After the war, he studied art at the Art Institute of Chicago, where he later taught figure drawing for 10 years.

(by LeRoy Neiman American Gold)