>This is the list of books I have archive and have yet to upload to mega, pick the ones you want me to upload first:
>And choose a brush set from this site that's $5 because I don't want that money to stay there forever and I can't have it back.
I downloaded a few books from the tumblr, thanks a ton!
Not sure if you take requests or not but a book recently released and I'm pretty curious about it;
I'm surprised nobody has requested these yet
>5$ for brushes
irrc, tehmeh used to talk about how useful the latter one was in demistifying a lot about rendering, color and brushes, like how none of these special snowflake brushes really matter, how to use texture brushes properly, or how to actually make one for your own purposes.
>The biggest problem with current anatomy books is the creative disadvantage of having only one artist who is trying to appeal to the broadest market possible. Popular or experimental anatomy is too risky to publish using this model. This diminishes the concept of inventive design
The whole point of these books is to teach you anatomy. You are suppossed to ignore the style as the artist's style is merely the medium he uses to teach you the fundamentals of human anatomy. They are saying that these anatomy books are purposely stylised to appeal to an audience while in reality the stylisation is completely irrelevant. So now their solution is to throw as many stylisations at you as possible. LOL.
Sure, many of these artists are great and it may be a nice preview of each artist's work but you are not gonna learn correct human anatomy by looking at 600 different stylisations...
It's like they intentionally miss the point of their own book to sell it as something that it isn't.
>irrc, tehmeh used to talk about how useful the latter one was in demistifying a lot about rendering, color and brushes, like how none of these special snowflake brushes really matter, how to use texture brushes properly, or how to actually make one for your own purposes.
i've never used oil paint, but i have used acrylic. will reading this book help me any?
>He explained to us why the sculpts based on his drawings were so appealing. "sculpting and drawing is the same - it's all about the silhouette. Details and realism are secondary, they only get in the way; the silhouette is what really matters." It was a revelation!
whh? 'silhouette is the most important' is pretty much the first thing written in any character design book.
>It became evident in the early stages of research that well-drawn examples of neutral anatomy turnarounds like Loomis's were rare and difficult to find. What we did manage to scrape together was of generally poor quality. What we became aware of instead, browsing hundreds of art blogs, was the huge number of brilliant artists out there. But even among their work there were few examples of neutral anatomy turnarounds. We then understood why so many amateur sculptors and 3D artists were having a difficult time making unique figures - a lack of well-drawn reference art.
...you learn to draw. that's your reference art. if an artist can't visually take a 3/4 character view from another artist and figure out how to put it in front/back/side turnaround, they obviously don't know what they're doing re drawing and volume in the first place.
is that the target audience for this book? amateur sculptors who hate drawing and are sick of modelling from loomis?(has anyone ever actually modelled from loomis?)
there are some pictures and a review here
i love the invisible high heels on the campbell one. truly channeling spirit of loomis
yep harold speed is great for all kinds of painting n' stuff.
there's a very good sort of introductory book by him over on gutenberg called "the practice and science of drawing" http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/14264
which is fucking superb, especially if you're a wordy kinda person.
There you go buddy. Click on the book's title link under the picture to go the the download page. I don't know if the file is still up tough...
Hey OP, I notice you got some books in here on fashion from different regions and eras. Have you come across any with Islamic fashion? or just middle-eastern art in general.
Habibi doesn't count.
I remember that when I was looking for the Drawing on the Right side book I stumbled across the workbook.
Unfortunately, I deleted it some time ago. I only remember it was a torrent from thepiratebay.Sorry, anon.
OP's living in a third world country. It 's pretty fucking slow and I know how it feels
Also OP, I'm that anon who asked you about the kim jung gi book on tumblr.
I've saved up quite a sum of money and about to say fuck it and buy 2007 and 2011 sketchbook. (2013 is sold out and no dates on re-supply ;_;)
Which website I should purchase it on? There's kimjunggius and kimjunggi.net
>uploading over 25 gb of books with a 3rd world country collectiong in one day
HAH, In your dreams city boy
Don't worry, I found it.
have the mega
No idea, check the kimjung guy's threads on warosu. the previous thread and the tumblr have the link
WOW SO MUCH EMONEY
Do you really think adfly makes you rich?