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Friday, February 18, 2011

Imagine FX Issues #66 & #67


I recently contributed a series of drawing tutorials to Imagine FX. The purpose of these articles is primarily to continue to fool the world into thinking that I actually know what I am doing. But secondly it is to pass along what information I have gleaned from other artists who actually did know what they were doing.

In issue #66 we focus on theory,

and in issue #67 on practice.



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11 comments:

  1. Really nice Justin - you've got me fooled.

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  2. Awesome. And I agree with above comment ;D

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  3. The key is practice..."fooling us" is all apart of the heavy lifting of practice you continue to do! Great drawings!

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  4. Je viens de découvrir votre site... Waouw. Superbe, bravo.

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  5. I've learned so much by hanging around your blog and picking up bits of your process - I would gladly take bad advice from you.

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  6. Francis BoncalesMay 18, 2011 at 2:27 AM

    Hey Justin! I love your work! Very inspiring and has influenced me greatly. I just recently started following your blog. I wanted to let you know that I go to RISD and I brought your work up to my professor Lars Grant West. He said that you guys know each other and have gone to retreats together! My mind was blown when I found out haha

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  7. Your work is brilliant. Any chance there will be a place I can buy something soon? I was sad to see your etsy store empty.

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  8. Amazing! I am completely baffled by those shadows!

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