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Questions can be answerd here. don´t email me. Read the comments above yours, I won´t answer every question twice.
The PDF includes *of course* million mistakes regarding grammar and spelling. I think you´ll understand it anyway so no complaints because you stumble over mistakes, k? I have problems with typing atm (see journal) and I am German, yes, my english is everything but perfect... deal with it
Daily DeviationGiven 2009-01-20
Ich fang auch grad an mit Acryl und weiß nicht warum, aber habe voll die Panik davor. :S
Und keine Panik.. Acryl ist gar nicht so schlimm. So ist es immer bei neuen Sachen, aber Acryl ist relativ zahm, wenn du erstmal rumprobierst.
Even if I don't try myself I wanna recommend to a friend. Is it OK?
and dear Anne your english is gut
i din really understand how u use your sponge though @_@ you just mush on the paint? its more waterly right so it would absorb into the sponge? and ur sponge would harden the next day( one-time use?)
and so many different brushes @_@ mine keeps splitting ends.. and brushes are really expensive! my friend says its cuz i wash my brush n leave it inside for some time if i say use another brush.. but i cant help it can i since acrylic would dry if i left my brush out.. any idea how i could solve that? i dun wan all my brushes to split ends T___T its really annoying if i wanna draw like 1 solid line.
mm i use daler rowney and its cryla series is pretty good prices r .. ok (for me) maybe you could give it a try if u find it
For the brushes: Are those synthetic or normal sable/fur brushes?
i think they r synthetic... but they are like $4 each or sumthing.. but i think they r just higher quality synthetic brush? or im getting majorly ripped off. :/
1. You accept it... and buy new ones (mine cost between 1 Euro and 4, _I think 4 is already pretty expensive)
2. You accept it *and* try brush cleanser (Lascaux eg). But to be honest: Accept it. o_o I never had a brush lasting longer than over 1 year. So I wouldn´t count on a longer life-time. And I clean my brushes *always* after using them. Which is a lot (both cleaning AND usage )
pretty much wad i thought... was just wondering if tat dippin n leaving it in the cup thing was problem...
haha ouch @_@ euros r like x2 for me T_T
i think i'll resort to cheap brushes in the future ahha
(And I love that you don't use the expensive things like some do.)
and... update your Adobe Reader (maybe)
i tried with internet explorer and google chrome, so i gave up hope with firefox before you suggested it.
it seems really great this 'introduction' of yours, i'm anxious to explore it
Du solltest echt ein Buch schreiben
XDJe länger ich an meinen Bildern werkel, desto mehr kleinigkeiten fallen mir auf.. mach dies nicht, achte auf das, pass auf, was du mit XY anstellst... wahnsinn.
Die Erfahrung lehrt einen halt immer mehr Dinge, als die, die man so in 'einem' Buch lesen kann. Gilt ja für fast alles...
I hop that helps you a bit.
thank you a lot for the helpful introduction
and don't worry about your english
it's pretty easy to understand
i want to know...
Does the paint that u use smell bad?
just wondering, since i've used acyrilic at school and it STINKS
so i wondered if all of them are like that X0
As a photographer, I know that true Daylight is 5500K, not 65, kodak set the standard.
now most normal "warm Lights" are 3500K so while your 6500K lights are Much closer (and probably close enough) you are on the cool side.
Lots of light bulbs that are on the cool side are marketed as daylight, just as a marketing gimmick.
if you want true daylight, you have to spend alot, but they are out there.
What your using seems to work though!