LHS-Good Bones

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The first step is to break down your reference image into easily understood shapes and values, giving you the opportunity to learn the “language” of your potential painting.
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Check out this fail proof technique to scale up your image (without using math!). A good way to find the best cropping to fit on your paper.
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How you can use cropmarks to help get perspective right (even if you don’t know perspective).
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This short demonstration shows the proper use of a viewfinder outdoors, and how it will help you find the best composition.
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Learning how to edit is a lifetime skill. The more practice you do, the stronger your compositions get. So how do you choose the best composition from a photo reference?
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Pulling together all the Good Bones steps in the previous videos, Liz shows how they work together to provide a solid start to any representational painting.
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