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Starting Art February 2009 Edition
February 06, 2009

Issue #20 - February 2009

Hi,

Welcome to the February 2009 issue of Starting Art!

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Bob.


*** CONTENTS ***

1. Drawing People Video Series (Part 5) - How to Draw a Nose

2. Quick Tip - Achieve a Longer Blending Time with Acrylics

3. Golden Olden - How to Draw a Flamingo

4. Drawing People Video Series (Part 6) - How to Draw a Mouth

5. Featured Group - Animals


1. Drawing People Video Series (Part 5) - How to Draw a Nose

Here we look at another video on creating the main elements of the face. This one shows how to draw a nose.

Click here for the video


2. Quick Tip - Achieve a Longer Blending Time with Acrylics

Here's a very good quick tip from Yvette (with a nice painting on view as well) on dealing with that old question of blending acrylics before they dry....

Click here to see this useful tip.


3. Golden Olden - How to Draw a Flamingo

When looking at how to draw animals and birds I chose the flamingo as a good example to start with as it isn't too complex. As ever, a few very simple shapes and you're there!

Click this link to see more....


4. Drawing People Video Series (Part 6) - How to Draw a Mouth

Part 6 shows that drawing the mouth correctly is as important to getting a good likeness as getting the eyes right.

Click here for the video


5. Featured Art Group - Animals

The popular I-Draw-and-Paint Group "Animals" is run by Dreamkeeper. If your taste is for drawing and painting any type of creature then why not join this group. Remember, as with all the groups, they're full of like-minded and supportive friends who'd be delighted to see and critique your work.

Click here to find out more


That's it for this issue. Best wishes and see you next time.

Bob.

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