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Going All In on Art, Breaking Rules to Create Style, How to Ask Good Questions – Draftsmen S2E12

July 7, 20200 Comments

Marshall and Stan answer questions about networking, cross training, royalties, breaking rules to create a unique art style, going all in vs having a backup, and studying multiple things at once. Also, Marshall gives advice on how to ask good questions!

Call and Ask Your Art Questions: 1-858-609-9453

Timecodes
7:55 – What do you think of David Ross’s Book on Figure Drawing?
8:18 – How do you network while you’re training online?
12:47 – Do you charge for book covers? Do you receive royalties on sales of the book? How do you price digital artwork?
21:11 – Is it better to become specialized or cross train multiple subjects?
30:38 – Is it essential to violate compositional rules to create a unique style?
34:40 – How to ask better questions
38:35 – The Abstraction Ladder
44:22 – Is it better to go all in on my passion or get a degree in a backup career that is safer to make money?
51:09 – Should I study one thing at a time, or multiple things at once?

References and books

(some contain affiliate links)
Robert Beverly Hale
Cody Shank
Maria Piscopo
Inside llewyn Davis
Edgar Payne
SI Hayakawa – Language in thought and action

Referenced Artists:

William Rimmer

william rimmer drawings s2e12

George B. Bridgman

bridgman distribution of the masses s2e12

Paul Richer

richer proportions s2e12

Brian Reedy

variety of brian reedy artwork s2e12

Albrecht Durer

albrecht durer artwork s2e12

Vincent van Gogh

van gogh famous paintings s2e12

Peter Paul Rubens

rubens anatomical studies s2e12

Norman Rockwell

homecoming marine norman rockwell painting s2e12

Edward Hopper

edward hopper paintings s2e12

Leonardo Da Vinci

Mona Lisa Leonardo da Vinci s2e12

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