Critique? Comments? Help? Mostly help.
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I discovered that one of my favourite aspects of my comparative literature classes in university was taking multiple seemingly unrelated screenplays and linking them together across different periods by a single characteristic (i.e. role of truth, familial relations, etc). Following that, I decided I'd try my hand at doing something similar with my collection of assorted wallpapers: develop a relationship among them with a unifying story.
For me, this is some massively unknown territory. While I've managed to churn out the first part of the story, I'm not quite sure how I'd continue. Also, this is the first time I've really made any video of "quality" and was hoping for some advice on that as well.
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My birthday is coming up, and I'm asking my parents for some Art Books. Considering they're career relevant and all, I have no guilt about asking for them, but I don't want to be a greedy prick. Since most of the recent Loomis stuff that's been published is about 25 each on Amazon, and I want a few books, I'm thinking of getting one Loomis book and a bunch of other cheap art books.
The thing is, I can't decide which one to buy. I've downloaded them all, and they are all great. I've wanted to own some for a while, and the new editions look really nice. I just don't know what to choose.
Here's what's on Amazon, tell me which one to get, /ic/
>Figure Drawing for All It's Worth
>Drawing the Head and Hands
I know most of us here download our books, and I have too. But if you guys think there are some books that are definitely worth having a hard copy of, or are pretty cheap online, I'd love to hear about them.