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Can I download your classes on my iPad?
I do not want to download on my
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barb Kendro  - Receiving program   |:
Can I download your classes on my iPad?
I do not want to download on my
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I didn't recieve the free ebook can i get it please?
Judith  - Student Illustrator   |:
I love all your courses, but right now am trying to concentrate on the
water-colour drawing.

Lately I have found that buying videos or dvds is not
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Is that possible?

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Paul Rippingale  - Water Colour   |:
Does the type of water make much difference to the finished paint work, i.e.
Soft rain water versus hard town water full of calcium and other additives?
Rich Owens  - Owner / Illustrator - Shoestring Design (Also stud   |:
Dear Sir,

I have, as yet, not had a chance to go through your sketching PDFs.
I am still working through my own class work.

I have a suggestion for
"Maria - Designer" as to how to improve her students speed sketches.
While in college (Ferris State University) my instructor had we students sit in
an arc around a small table. Placed upon this table was an object that was to
sketched for 2 minutes (this was timed by an egg timer). We did this everyday
for a semester (we had 4 hour labs so the time used was minimal) drawing the
objects on LARGE newsprint type paper pads. This caused us to draw quickly and
lightly, not using heavy lines but shadows to show various depths. We also had
to draw 10 sketches a week of normal household objects and appliances from a
100+ list from the prof.
Brian  - Figure Drawing   |:
I love your tutorials and I also love figure drawing, but I just can't seem to
find any good tutorials for it. If you could make one that would be awesome!
Please respond.
Sincerely,
Brian
nora  - mirrors, and windows   |:
Hi I'm just a beginer and would like to know how to draw and paint windowa and
mirrors thankyou nora
TidalEspeon  - A chore?   |:
Sometimes, I really have no fun with drawing; it feels like a chore for me.
Could you please tell me how to make it enjoyable? I need to find ways to
actually enjoy it and not worry about the result. Just telling the readers like
in that one topic not to worry is not quite cutting it for people like me, I
need more specific instructions :/ I'd really appreciate help with this!
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