Monday, March 26, 2007

Episode 16 - Contrast
Principles and Applications of Contrast

14 comments:

nomichi said...

Thanks for updating, was beginning to worry you gave up. Very helpful videos again, keep it up. Still wondering if you can give any book recommendations to supplement your videos? :)

Jeff said...

hey man, i love your blogs, keep it up, it really helps me a lot.

i was wondering if there was somewhere on your blog where we can post some of our stuff up

Mark Chong said...

nomichi >> I'll add a booklist to the blog...

jeff >> Hmm... I've looked into it but I can't seem to find a way to allow public image posting (but maybe I just haven't looked hard enough)

For now I suppose you can post links to your work and I can critique it, if you want, but I'm pretty harsh! (but not maliciously so...)

artistguy said...

Can you do a session on drawing circles in perspective, or elipses or whatever you want to call them! Thank you!

artistguy said...

Oh Yeah, the videos are great!

nomichi said...

Thanks mark, I look forward to it. :)

I was wondering if you can do a video on hair as well?

Thanks for doing the videos, I hope you continue with the generosity.

Lilo said...

Hi i´m from germany, (my english is bad.. i know)

At first... your videos are realy creat -^.^-

but I´m asking me what for a program is he using... so I ask you: What is that for a program?

(I hope you kan understand my writing XD)

friendly greetings
from Germany

Gustav said...
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Gustav said...

Lilo: The software his's using is Autodesk Sketchbook pro


Mark, thanks for all the great videos! Looking forward to the nest session!

Mark Chong said...

nomichi >> hair, clothing -- these are all on the list for the next stack of episodes...

artistguy >> I'll give it a shot... circles are a tricky thing in perspective and totally useful!

Kory said...

Any idea when the next one will be up?

tim said...

This is great, I'm learning a lot. Thank you. Could you please do a hands tutorial sometime. I have the hardest time with that.

mattias said...

Great videos! I just watched all of them in two days! I learned a lot, now I should practice a bit...

There are probably more "important" things to do first, but some time one about faces would be cool... not necessarily faces full of detail, just cartoonish faces maybe, teaching how one or two lines can express feelings and thoughts...
just an idea.. ;)

Keep up the good work, can't wait for the next one!

Take care.

Tony said...

I need a copy of Alla Prima everything I know about Painting from Richard Schmid in he german language. Could you furnish the title and ISBN.
Thanks