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25 May 2009
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This video presents drawing tools that come with APlus - plug-in for architects and other Autodesk AutoCAD users. In this particular presentation I will discuss what shapes can you draw with that plugin (e.g. rays, boundaries, frames, axis lines, aligned rectangles, 3d terrrain model, grass etc.).
17 Dec 2008
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Kalamezhuthu Pattu The kalam is a unique drawing also called "dhulee chithram" or powder drawing. The artist uses the floor as his canvas. Kalamezhuthu pattu is performed as part of the rituals to worship and propitiate gods like Kaali, Ayyappan or Vettakkorumakan. This ritualistic art is a common feature of temples as well as noble households. The kalams or drawings are erased at the end of the ritual to the accompaniment of musical instruments like ilathalam, veekan chenda, kuzhal, kombu and chenda. The coloured powders used for the kalam are prepared from natural products only. The pigments are extracted from plants - rice flour (white), charcoal powder (black), turmeric powder (yellow), powdered green leaves (green), and a mixture of turmeric powder and lime (red). It often takes more than two hours to finish a kalam drawing with appealing perfection. The figures drawn usually have an expression of anger, and other emotions. Kalamezhuthu artists are generally members of communities like the Kurups,
23 Feb 2010
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Manchester United dominated for much of this lively Champions League last-16 clash but had to settle for a goalless draw with Inter Milan at the San Siro
2 Mar 2009
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Manchester United dominated for much of this lively Champions League last-16 clash but had to settle for a goalless draw with Inter Milan at the San Siro
26 Feb 2009
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Mabel Jenkins has been doing my hair for over 25 years. Ive been there since see started doin' hair. I was there opening day when she got her ass whupped by a crack head on homemade crutches. She even got burnt by the crack head with her own hot comb. Aint that a bitch?! Anyway, She aint gotta worry about me sittin' in her chair ever again! In fact, the next time a crack head or Rickey get to whuppin' on her ass, she better not call me cause I'll be too damn busy eatin' my pork n' beans and chardonnay, watchin' Golden Girls in my draws with the volume turned way up. Kiss my ass Mabel!!! *******www.cbwalker****
9 Mar 2009
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*******www.learndigitaldesign**** BEGINNING A DRAWING, This tutorial will teach you how to begin a drawing by forming up your drawing with basic shapes. Part 1 of 2
13 Mar 2009
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*******www.learndigitaldesign**** BEGINNING A DRAWING, This tutorial will teach you how to begin a drawing by forming up your drawing with basic shapes. Part 2 of 2
10 Mar 2009
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A couple of short challenges where I draw with a pen as much of a drawing as I can in three minutes. The drawings aren't meant to be great, the point is having the confidence to draw and to not be afraid of showing the results.
13 Mar 2009
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Alexandra A. Grants installation entitled nimbusII (after Michael Joyce's "nimbus,") 2003, was part of the Contemporary Museum of Baltimore's exhibit entitled, "Double-Take: The Poetics of Illusion and Light." This work, a drawing without paper, is a sculpture in twisted wire filigree that hangs from the ceiling like an ephemeral cloud. Grant has shaped the wire to create an infinite line drawing with embedded passages of text that when hung from the ceiling casts a delicate shadowy double of these words on the gallery walls.
14 May 2009
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Check this video to see what chrome can draw with its reflections. Very interesting!
24 Jun 2009
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Sometimes you want to mix it up and draw with your eraser. However I stress to use it in strategic locations. Check out this Drawing tip of the Week. Looking for more in depth tutorials? Visit *******www.drawing-tutorials-online**** Distributed by Tubemogul.
23 Jun 2009
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Hint number 1 is to see things as shapes. I like to analogize drawing with assembling a jigsaw puzzle because in both you look for shapes to fit together Hint number 2 is to pay close attention to the edges of what you are drawing. Light and shadows can do funny things and in almost anything that you draw you will see a disparity between the qualities of each edge. Hint number three is to develop your drawing like a Polaroid photograph. Polaroid was the company that innovated instant photography. After pushing the shutter button the photograph would come out of the camera and develop before your eyes. What I want you to know about this is that every part of the photo would develop at the same rate and that is how I want you to try to draw next time. In other words, move the drawing tool around, dont get stuck in a favorite spot. Alright, lets slow it down. What you are seeing me do here is pay close attention to the form and the proportions. In other words, I am comparing the sizes of the different shapes and making sure that the placement of each line is correct. I am using vine charcoal a HB pencil and an eraser. I started out with the vine charcoal because it is easy to erase and move around. You will see later in this video that after I am satisfied with the placement of the charcoal, I will hatch over it with a pencil to keep it undisturbed. I am also trying to be aware of the edges of my shapes and I am especially cognizant of the highlight on the top because that will require me shading the areas around it and using the white of the page as a representation of the strong light. Now when I look back at my reference, I notice that the tone of the background is much darker than the white of the page. I use the side of the charcoal to darken the mid tone of my drawing. This step will make it easy to draw in the highlights with an eraser a little bit later. Now I am folding a piece of paper towel to smudge in the charcoal. You will get a very similar result with a blending stump (also known as a tortillion) but the towel will smudge the charcoal more quickly. To be perfectly honest, many teachers that I have had have told me not to use a blending stump, fingers or anything that comes in to contact with the surface of the paper. I partially agree. Oil from fingers when combined with pencil or charcoal leaves a stain that is tough to work around. Notice that my hand is resting on a sheet of paper. Artists call these slip sheets, but it is just a sheet of computer paper. I like working with the blending stump and the paper and this process works for my needs. It would be dishonest if I changed my process for the sake of making a video. Before, I mentioned the term hatching. Hatching is the short name for the drawing technique of cross hatching. It is simply putting a series of lines next to one another with a drawing tool. These lines usually follow the shape of the object that is being drawn. Once I am done adding pencil marks, I take the blending stub to burnish over my hatch marks. This gives my drawing a more smudged look and possibly my former art teachers a heart attack. I like to smudge the pencil and charcoal because it also gives me a surface that is smooth in tone. Hatching can be layered and I usually stop using the blending stump after the second layer. I once did ten layers of hatching in a pencil drawing. Lets recap and take this to the end of part 1. My focus, over the course of any drawing that I do from observation, is to see a simple pattern of shapes on my reference and to accurately render these shapes, on to the piece of paper that I am drawing. After I get the shapes aligned correctly, I attempt to build up tones with charcoal and pencil. When I am building the tones, I am very aware of the nuances of the edges of each shape, because they are usually different. My focus is also on building the tones of my drawing in a similar manner to how a Polaroid photograph develops. In part 2, I will teach you a way to add color to any pencil drawing. Thanks for watching the video and please let me know if this helped.
19 Jul 2009
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HQ: ***********/watch?v=u3OhuJ6qLGk&fmt=18 QCad Professional TheCadTrain**** Screencast video tutorial Note: This video is a part of a commercial video training program about QCad Professional. Used by permission of goNEFCON****. All rights reserved. For more information about the TheCadTrain**** training program please visit *******www.TheCadTrain**** QCad Professional is a very powerful and easy to use CAD program for Linux. It uses DXF as its standard file format. While other CAD packages get complicated to use and unclear, QCad stays comfortable and even an absolute beginner can create professional drawings with a minimum of effort. For more information about QCad Professional please visit *******www.ribbonsoft****/qcad.html
6 Sep 2009
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Greetings, Jerry Stith is the most prolific ballpoint pen artist, publisher, video producer and information provider on the Web for the past nine years. Mr. Stith has been an artists for the past fifty-five years, a publisher for nine and video producer just one year. He’s publishing 800 ballpoint pen artists, 5,440 ink drawings, 153 videos and 70 photographs of pens, refills or ballpoint packages for your delight. Mr. Stith started drawing with a ballpoint pen in 1968. He’s introducing what a ballpoint pen can do as an art medium because no others have shown any interest in doing so because they’re self absorbed. That indicates Jerry Stith is archiving, recording, documenting and creating Ball Point Pen Art before one billion registered Web users. Such actions, endeavors or publications certainly makes him leader of the International Ball Point Pen Art Movement! Historically, Gary Stith
9 Nov 2009
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Express yourself with color. Be creative and draw with pixels of yourself. Ze Frank tells you all about this second challenge. wow.samsungmobile****
16 Dec 2009
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