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ยป Comics - 030 - September 25th, 2009, 12:00 pm


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cheappirate, September 25th, 2009, 12:44 am


It's amazing the body and motion a sketch can have verses the final product. All to often to I hear complaints of artists griping that their sketch was so much better than their finished work. But it's good that there are these standards. Without it, no one would stop working at a sketch, knowing they were close to perfection. Just being able to go back to something to fix it would make it much more difficult to gauge how good you are at what you do.

Also sketches are much more difficult to interpret. An eraser smudge might look like a beard, a handful of lines in an attempt to make a circle can distract the eye. In the end, it's the smooth lines that what make art assessable. There are ways to interpret it, but people should try to interpret your meaning, not the technicalities of where you intended a line to be verses where it looks like it is suppose to be.




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