If you're a bit younger, let's say about high school age, you probably know already what it can mean to have a "bad week", and maybe even a "bad month". I hope you haven't had to experience a "bad year" by this age, but that does happen to. I actually hated the entirety of my high school years, but I can also say I had a lot of great times during those years, and I can even say that even the bad times were learning lessons. But adult problems can be a harder, and even worse. Usually, no one wants to hear about them, especially if you're not a sexy model.
Just a few weeks ago I was on a roll, everything in my life was going great. I had start
All of this time belongs to me. What am I to do with my time? I have written lists of all of my options and revised them time and time again.
More work will give me more money. More practice will give me more expertise. More study will give me more knowledge.
I don't feel right. Something isn't right. I am in pain somehow. It's emotional or physical.
I am not a machine. My body tells me when I am hungry and it tells me when I am bored. But it doesn't give me all of the solutions to these problems. These, I have to solve on my own.
What am I to do with all of this time? All of this time belongs to me. This is my time and I watch it pass. T
I just published a new video course "The Art of Contrast Drawing".
In the course I explain why we need this new term "Contrast Drawing", but in the digest of video format, and within an educational framework, it is often impossible to express oneself clearly, so I feel like I need this brief write up too.
I want to state a few main points which brought me about to making this term and thus making the course.
1 - Not every black and white, or pen and ink style drawing is inherently "comic style" nor is it inherently "noir style".
2 - The term "black and white" is way too vague. You can watch "black and white" movies or take "black and whit