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Pros and Cons of Studying Multiple Disciplines – Draftsmen S1E07

July 15, 20191 Comment

Marshall and Stan discuss the pros and cons of studying multiple disciplines and their effect on learning art. A caller wants to know if the overhand grip can be applied to drawing with a digital stylus. Both Draftsmen have “thangs” that help them stay physically fit and active.

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Referenced Artists:

William Blake

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David Bowie

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Norman Rockwell

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Honoré Daumier

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Justin Sweet

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  1. Matthew Hendry says:

    Another great podcast guys!

    I have found that rock climbing is a good break from drawing as it is also problem solving but using you body instead of a pencil.

    I was also wondering if you could answer a question about the book you mentioned drawing on the right side of the brain? This book is on my reading list At university and I was wondering if you could tell me if it is worth reading or should I just continue with Andrew Loomis books or start the natural way to draw?

    Any advice would be great thanks!

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