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    Send them the bill!
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    Thank you KitchWitch. I understand the post will be moderated since spam and bots going around. Been there before when I was an Admin one of the forum. I just now finish reading the two links.
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    If this is still the project where you're cutting leather, I would recommend a rotary cutter, a mat board underneath and either a metal ruler or a wooden ruler with a metal edge. My husband does a lot...
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  • Illustrating Resources

    I'm not a good illustrator - quite frankly, I suck at it!

    I'm looking for some resources to help with my drawing/illustrating skills.

    I'm not referring to the Adobe software program, rather, I'm looking for resources to help improve my drawing by hand skills.

  • #2
    Create many still lifes and go "wild".

    pencil, charcoal, whatever your heart desires.

    Within the last year I think I have done around 20-30 still lifes....they are so great.

    //end sarcasm,lol

    There really arn't any "usefull" books in my opinion.

    Through all my drawing class's for prequiets for illustration I never set a hand on a book... besides for life drawing- cause that can somewhat become "technical".

    Drawing is all about spatial relationships... and to better understand those spatial relationships it takes practice... not a book.
    Last edited by tZ; 12-29-2005, 03:35 AM.

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    • #3
      "Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain"
      http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/087...lance&n=283155

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      • #4
        ^ I was going to recommend that one, too.
        "It's never too late to be who you might have been." - George Eliot

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