This is the definition of awesome. This super popular, beautiful girl at my school is going with this “nobody” to homecoming after he drove to her house and gave her roses.
He may be a nobody, but something tells me he’s gonna treat her the way a lady should be treated.
This makes me so so so happy.
oh mah god. just fucking stop. too cute.
the lecturer hands us these art blogs every now and then, and they’re really useful. Tangents are pretty easy to fall for, too! which sucks ‘cuz then it’d look weird and you’d have to re-do some stuffs or worse, re-do the composition of the whole image.
the rest & explanations in Chris Schweizer’s blog : http://curiousoldlibrary.blogspot.com.au/2011/10/schweizer-guide-to-spotting-tangents.html
John K’s blog is really good too (the guy who did Ren and Stimpy) : http://johnkstuff.blogspot.com.au/2006/06/animation-school-7-when-generic-is.html
Yes! A friend taught me about these, and once you know them they are easy to spot and improves art by miles!
I am the worst at avoiding tangents. I drive myself nuts with them.
Tangents are fucking assholes.
By me, Sara D. (Heh.)
I think it’s very important for artists to vary the types of bodies they draw! Not only does it add visual interest and diversity, but different body types can enhance your characters! (Plus it’s more realistic; when was the last time you walked down the street and everyone…
Thought this might be a little helpful, we hope it’s not wrong!!
And just for a little added context:
- Elizabethan: refers to Elizabeth I, who reigned from 1558 to 1603 (this is part of the Tudor era, as well)
- Baroque: an art movement that began around 1600 and lasted until the early 18th century.
- Rococo: an art movement created in a direct response to Baroque (sometimes called “Late Baroque”), which lasted from about the 1710s to around the time of the French Revolution (depending on the historian you ask).
- Georgian: refers to the rules of Georges I, II, III, and IV (1714 to 1830).
- Regency: the time when George IV ascended the throne due to his father’s mental illness. It technically lasted from 1811 to 1820, but some will use this term for all pre-Victorian 19th century.
- Victorian: Queen Victoria’s reign from 1837 to 1901 (but will sometimes be considered to start earlier due to the Reform Act of 1832)
otherwise known as dope ass dresses
Bask in the clearly identified art periods! Bask!
Space Colony Art from the 1970’s
Princeton physicist Gerard O’Neill in collaboration with NASA Ames Research Centre and Stanford University held a series of space colony studies that explored the potentiality of humans inhabiting giant spaceships. Structures that held over 10,000 people were constructed and the artistic representations of them are fascinating.