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An Illustrated History of 151 Video Games Book Review

An Illustrated History of 151 Video Games Book Review

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An Illustrated History of 151 Video Games is a . . . history book about landmark games. Most of the images in the book are screenshots. The final entry in the book is about a game released in 2012, so there isn’t anything more recent than that. Overall it’s a really good video game history […]

The Best New Concept Art Books

The Best New Concept Art Books

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Imagine you’re walking along a street in a big, busy city. Despite all the noise and movement, something shiny catches your eye. It’s a key. You pick it up and realize it’s the most unusual and ornate key you’ve ever seen. You take it home, toss it in a drawer and forget about it. …or […]

Illustrator Reacts to Good and Bad Comic Book Art 3

Illustrator Reacts to Good and Bad Comic Book Art 3

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The longer that I’ve looked at it the more I’m actually impressed by it. I don’t know where to go from this. He really does have some bizarre art and I don’t mean that as a pun. He’s just an illustrator without animation training who can animate better than most animators. He’s just that good […]

Making A Pop-Up Book | Nice Content | Tatered

Making A Pop-Up Book | Nice Content | Tatered

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[MUSIC] What’s interesting about what I do, when you open the pages of a pop-up book, like bam, it’s right there. It’s this huge thing, and it’s a surprise. [MUSIC] My name is Matthew Reinhart, and I am a creator of pop-up books. [MUSIC] The pop-up book that we’re gonna create today is inspired by […]

How does criticism affect popular culture?

How does criticism affect popular culture?

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Popularity is a great question; it’s just an intriguing question. I think especially now in the kind of consumer capitalist culture where taste and sometimes quality is being measured in dollars and in numbers and in ratings and box office and all of that. And sometimes popularity is just taken to be sufficient kind of […]

How to Study Bridgman – Student Anatomy Critique

How to Study Bridgman – Student Anatomy Critique

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Edward did a really nice Bridgman study. Bridgman has an anatomy book or a few that were compiled by his students and their demonstrations that he did on a wall with a giant stick. So his drawings are very crude but the information that he teaches us is extremely useful. You just have to know […]

WHAT MAKES IT SO SPECIAL?! | Watercolor Painting-Book Kit | Painting Italy

WHAT MAKES IT SO SPECIAL?! | Watercolor Painting-Book Kit | Painting Italy

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so what this is – I was on Etsy and they were having a Black Friday sale and I saw this well basically it was a coloring book and it was like $60 and it looked really really interesting so I want to show you and hopefully it’s as cool as it looked and we’ll […]

Narnia Wardrobe Book Nook

Narnia Wardrobe Book Nook

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Hey everyone, Jason here. Today we are going to take a look at Kristal’s latest model which is this decorative bookend and, actually technically I guess it’s not a book ‘end’ as it’s designed to kind of live in between the books on a bookshelf and we’ve kind of just started calling it a book […]

Artists and architects think differently compared to other people – UCL study

Artists and architects think differently compared to other people – UCL study

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We wanted to test the hypothesis that if you were trained to work in a particular spatial profession, it might change the way you think about space. There’s the picture of nature which is round, fat. You can grab it. You can pick it up, and you can walk around inside of it. And then […]

Watercolor Cloud Study Process

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Hello everyone and welcome! My name is Noelle, and today I will be sharing my painting process from a watercolor cloud study. The purpose of this study was to exercise my cloud painting skills since clouds are a subject that I have struggled with in the past. Though this video is not meant to be […]