Quiero que este espacio sea una plataforma para poder expresar cualquier idiotez que se me cruce por la cabeza.
In this space I would like to express any idiocy that crosses my mind.
From the imprescindible and marvellous "How to draw anything" by Mark Linley. Published in the UK by Clarion.
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posted by Oscar Grillo at Friday, October 13, 2006
That Mark Linley is a talented fellow.I think perhaps they made a mistake when they printed the cover.I think it's supposed to say "How To Draw Anything Badly".(did I make this same joke when you posted the cover before?)
You should show more respect, Elliot. I am sure yo wouldn't say that to Adriaan or Boris.
I might say it to you though, you hack.
Do you own this book?Wonder if I would draw any differently if I followed these instructions, or if I'd fall asleep mid through....?
We should work on a book called How To Draw Nothing.
I would do very well on writing this book, in fact I would just put it on video, I'm an expert at drawing nothing.
Me comentaron de buena fuente que este fue el libro que usó Egon Schiele para aprender a dibujar. Tambien se comenta que lo usó Lajos Szalay pero hasta el momento no hemos podido confirmar esa información.Más novedades en el próximo boletín.
Creo que Szalay lo uso por la calidad de textura y poder de absorcion del papel
Solid gold...Everything you need to know.
laughing my ass off. Now what do I do without my ass?
Brush your teeth, Boris.
why is the happy man in fig.215 crying?
Is crying of laughter.
Or perhaps someone super-glued his teeth together and he is unable to eat?
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