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Learning 6 kinds of consciousness

In this sketch of the painter thoams kinkade, the entire hand is treated as a block, with front A and side B. Each phalanx of each finger is also treated as a cube. When the face-to-face transition turns, Rubens deals with a strong contrast between light and dark, which is most clearly seen at the intersection of block c and block D. Notice the projection (E) on the front side,



this shadow disappears on the side, because the main light source leaves the projection on the side never seen. The projection of the reflected light may be on the side, but this is rarely allowed.

(by thomas kinkade prints)


Create sketches in six aspects

To keep the overall shape of the shape, a good example is to use the body block method to draw the side of a skull. Beginners are easily immersed in the details of the description, the result is likely to draw a very distorted shape. But if you first understand this head as an egg shape from the front, a spherical shape from the back, the details of the depiction will be subject to the overall shape, this painting looks like a whole force.



the anti-anxiety medication known as Valium, in Kinkade’s blood.

May 9, 2012: An autopsy report released by the Santa Clara County Coroner’s Office reveals “a lethal level” of alcohol, combined with benzodiazepine, the anti-anxiety medication known as Valium, in Kinkade’s blood.

It went on to say that Amy Pinto had found him unresponsive in his bed and called police at 11:15 a.m. She told authorities he had been drinking all night. “He was last known to be alive approximately four hours prior, ” the report said.

June 11, 2012: Court documents obtained by the Mercury News reveal that Amy Pinto had produced barely legible, handwritten notes that she says show Kinkade intended to leave her his Monte Sereno house and $10 million to establish a museum of his original paintings there. She also sought control of $66.3 million from Kinkade’s estate.

(by thomas kinkade prints)

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