in the imagination of the young artist
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so...any artists you're in love with, like you see their work and you're like mm i want to sleep with that person.
for me, i have a crush on jenny saville, and a beyond the grave crush on artemisia gentileschi, even though she hates men. they also aren't dissimilar looking which is a bit odd i guess because i wouldn't say rotund is my type usually.
i met jenny saville at a shew, she's pretty charming, though a bit butch maybe, but still would totally bang her. she was also pretty drunk which is definitely a positive.
if you have anything else to say about love and the hearts of young people as it pertains to art, why not put it in here?
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Requiring help from someone who knows their way around heads. After a year in landscapes, I started learning humans few weeks ago (mainly from Proko). I'm more or less confident in drawing individual parts, but don't know how exactly I need to fit them into the head. Yeah, there's the general rule on how to build the head using ball and thirds, I know that ears are distance brow to nose, etc, but precise placement? The anatomy behind it? I only guess with the exact placement, and I don't like that. Is there a general rule/formula for placing details on the face?
Oh, and also, for some strange reason, I can't draw eyes correctly when doing the whole head, while there's no problem when doing them separated.