After lunch, Sketch Club identifies a person of interest, usually for their unique or distinct characteristics. The subject is briefly studied without drawing. Once back from lunch and back at the drawing board, the subject is drawn from memory.
I really enjoy seeing your guys stuff! I was just curious though why so much PHOTOSHOP?
-As you guys seem to agree, I believe photoshop is just one more tool that might as well be even considered ancient history a few years from now, same way some people might percieve "traditional" watercolors at this point. I think the mistake would be to over do it and throw in every trick in the photoshop book every time one uses it. But then again wouldn't it also be a problem doing the same thing while using any other "so called traditional" technique?I guess it all comes down to having a good time and getting the point down on paper (or screen!) as we work.-Marcos.
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