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How to study anatomy as an artist?

I've found out that to properly learn anatomy slightly depends on what you want to do. For example, anyone can figure out (eventually) how to draw a model from a photograph in full detail with the ...
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Logo redesign suggestions

It's funny that i found the "same" logo on google images with the search "pear from letters logo".... In my opinion, a logo that is made from the words that your client want in a shape of a pear will ...
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Logo redesign suggestions

Definitely do not use real imagery. What dimshik found is cool, but because it seems like a pretty serious company I would explore having a pear as an icon and the wordmark separate. In terms of fonts,...
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What does an artist who wants to learn graphic design need to know?

Good graphic design is GOOD INFORMATION DESIGN. It involves guiding the eye and attention of the reader/consumer in the path that you want them to follow. Good graphic design allows the consumer to ...
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How to study anatomy as an artist?

There is only one resource that has ever made sense to me- the old Art Students League videos by Robert Beverly Hale. There is a balance between abstracting the figure in order to understand it, and ...
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How to study anatomy as an artist?

This tutorial I found works wonders. I used a lot more actual, real life anatomy references though because a lot of the ones provided on this to help you are drawings from artists and i feel the real ...
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How to study anatomy as an artist?

To add to what's above: check your drawings in a mirror. You can catch a surprising amount of simple mistakes this way. Focus on gesture, basic shape relationships and proportions and balance before ...
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How to improve angle and proportion perception?

Here are some major differences I noticed between the drawing and the original picture: The distance between the bottom lip and the tip of the chin in the drawing is smaller than the original picture, ...
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