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Dude- why not just take a photo and call it done!When I download a drawing like my latest eye study I get some of this, and it's a good question and one that needs to be thought through by every realist.Dude- why not just take a photo and call it done! by nimra
"Hello, I'm doing some research (not very scientific, I just need some opinions) on photo-realism and I'd like to ask you a question if you don't mind: "why not simply take a photograph or use a 3D program"?
That's a great question and a realist has to answer this for him or herself, If copying without change, construction and re-invention, be it form a photograph or from life, then the creative process is not addressed, in this case I agree there is a useless element about it, it becomes a fundamental exercise at best. There is nothing wrong with these exercises if it improves your knowledge and skills as a technician. But if your aim is only to draw like "a photo", I'm afraid you will never attain what "art" has to offer. Also I think too many photo-realists rely on technical eye candy alone, with no
My name is Amanda Lanford and I am a freelance artist and illustrator with experience working in a wide variety of styles and media, both digital and traditional.|
Currently my main focus is in digital painting, mainly portraits and other commissions, as well as working on game art and illustration for mobile games and apps. I am constantly striving to further develop and refine my skills, and I am always on the lookout for new and exciting projects.