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Beautiful wallarts of International models,photoshop samples.

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iPad , iPhone 4G & 3GS resolution wallarts, mixed media,fantasy,erotic crazy & more....

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'Smartphones' & their graphic spec's...iphone and ipad, google's android,blackberry,We will be illustrating how to create an icon or button for different models...

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Below,a tutorial made for PSD magazine. A detailed Photoshop tutorial from a sketch to a realistic finish.

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Welcome member Silver member { Intelligent artistic exchange & innovative design }

Hello art & design lover's, Jimmy Freeman here. "We hope you will be patient with us", as today, Sunday 18th June , 2011 is in fact the Birthday of iPadarts.org. We have been working very hard and not all our pages are online yet.We need as many members asap as the 'organ doner' games in Belfast is in 6 weeks...This is a good taste of the various styles for-comming.We have great future plans & will share this with you all. Updates every day/week, so please do not forget.... "this is all about helping www.organdonation.nhs.uk & pushing young emerging artists forward. { jimmy freeman 'programmer / director }

Ipad Wallart ? What can I do with them ? ( all images iPhone3GS, iPhone4G & iPadiPad2 mobile device's *** "exact resolution" )

Hold finger on any image / choose 'save image' / image is now in your photos. Share it, email it ,MMS, assign to contact, use as wallpaper (wallart) or print.. 'voila' enjoy, Stephen Mc Grogan, Art Director,iPadarts.org

" art is art" & nothing else...

Fine arts,life drawing & mixed media by Stephen Mc Grogan...

Figure drawing is an exercise in drawing the human body in its various shapes and positions. "Life drawing" is the process of drawing the human figure from observation of a live model. Figure drawing is arguably the most difficult subject an artist commonly encounters, and entire classes are dedicated to the subject. The human figure is one of the most enduring themes in the visual arts, and figure drawing can be applied to portraiture, cartooning and comic book illustration, sculpture, medical illustration, and other fields that use depictions of the human form. Figure drawing can be done very simply, as in gesture drawing, or in greater detail, using charcoal, pencil or other drawing tools. If pigment is used, the process may be called figure painting.. Artists take a variety of approaches to drawing the human figure. They may draw from live models, from photographs or other reference material, from skeletal models, or from memory and imagination. Most instruction focuses on the use of models in "life drawing" courses. The use of photographic reference-although common since the development of photography-is often criticized or discouraged for its tendency to produce "flat" images that fail to capture the dynamic aspects of the subject. Drawing from imagination is often lauded for the expressiveness it encourages, and criticized for the inaccuracies introduced by the artist's lack of knowledge or limited memory in visualizing the human figure; the experience of the artist with other methods has a large influence on the effectiveness of this approach. In developing the image, some artists focus on the shapes created by the interplay of light and dark values on the surfaces of the body. Others take an anatomical approach, beginning by approximating the internal skeleton of the figure, overlaying the internal organs and musculature, and covering those shapes with the skin, and finally (if applicable) clothing; study of human internal anatomy is usually involved in this technique. Another approach is to loosely construct the body out of geometric shapes, e.g., a sphere for the cranium, a cylinder for the torso, etc. then refine those shapes to more closely resemble the human form.

{Learn how to create an drawing like this on video, isketchTV (comming soon).}

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Feature /prize winner 'twilight' by Stephen Mc Grogan...

The French Salon in the 19th century recommended the use of Conté crayons, which are sticks of wax, oil and pigment, combined with specially formulated paper. Erasure was not permitted; instead, the artist was expected to describe the figure in light strokes before making darker, more visible marks. A popular modern technique is the use of a charcoal stick, prepared from special vines, and a rougher form of paper. The charcoal adheres loosely to the paper, allowing very easy erasure, but the final drawing can be preserved using a spray-on "fixative" to keep the charcoal from rubbing off. Harder compressed charcoal can produce a more deliberate and precise effect, and gradated tones can be produced by smudging with the fingers or with a cylindrical paper tool called a stump.

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Carla, watercolour...

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History

The human figure has been the subject of drawings since prehistoric times. While the studio practices of the artists of antiquity are largely a matter of conjecture, that they often drew and modeled from nude models is suggested by the anatomical sophistication of their works. An anecdote related by Pliny describes how Zeuxis reviewed the young women of Agrigentum naked before selecting five whose features he would combine in order to paint an ideal image.[1] The use of nude models in the medieval artist's workshop is implied in the writings of Cennino Cennini, and a manuscript of Villard de Honnecourt confirms that sketching from life was an established practice in the 13th century.[1] The Carracci, who opened their Accademia degli Incamminati in Bologna in the 1580s, set the pattern for later art schools by making life drawing the central discipline.[2] The course of training began with the copying of engravings, then proceeded to drawing from plaster casts, after which the students were trained in drawing from the live model. In the late 18th century, students in Jacques-Louis David's studio followed a rigorous program of instruction. Mastery in drawing was considered a prerequisite to painting. For about six hours each day, students drew from a model who remained in the same pose for one week.[3] Before the late 19th century, women were generally not admitted to figure drawing classes.

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