Eyes

Drawing people (part 1)

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Art Nouveau facade, Paris

29 Avenue Rapp in the arrondissement, Paris. Very close to the Eiffel Tower. Built in Art Nouveau masterpiece by Jules Lavirotte. The detailed door was designed by sculptor Jean-Baptiste Larrive with work carried out by others. Photo by W.

Drawing Eyes

How to draw eyes. As an artist I have always found the eyes difficult to draw, now you can learn step by step!

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The expressions that are seen in someones face is known as Facial Expressions. Facial expressions represents the mood of a person. These expressions add emotion…

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Fibonacci Blocks and Fibonacci Spiral. Website link: "Golden Ratio in logo designs," article with examples of the golden ratio in some well-known logos, such as National Geographic and Apple.

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Eighteenth Century men’s wig: Men who could afford it bought wigs. Full-bottomed wigs were preferred up until where the French toupee or English foretop became popular afterwards. They were made by human hair and were powdered for formal dress.

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