Lamp wrote: »
Anyone remember that cool chart that Bacon made showing hexagons of various colors, and the resulting colors when they are hit by lights of different colors? He posted it a couple of months ago in the Doodle thread, as part of a critique where he was correcting the lighting of someone's head drawing, I think. Anyone know where to find it?
Ollie wrote: »
To be clear, "local color" is the color of the shape in plain white light?
Angel_of_Bacon wrote: »
Beyond that, there really aren't too many books that of much worth on drawing that don't either contain nudity (life drawing is essential to learning that it's hard to get away from-if their parents want to support her they're going to have to deal with the fact, maybe not right now, but certainly in her teenage years) or would be overwhelming at her age. I mean, Scott Robertson's "How to Draw" book is a fantastic and thorough book for someone wanting to know perspective and industrial design- but would a 9 year old appreciate it, I don't know. Maybe if you think of it less as 'buying it for her now' and more 'making sure she has access to it when she's ready for it', that would be a good buy.
tynic wrote: »
You can open it up and see what's been disconnected/loosened inside - I know people who have successfully home-repairs intuos before.
If you're not keen on doing it yourself, you could take it to a computer repair shop and ask them to take a look, yes you'll have to pay out of pocket, but it's likely to be cheaper than a new one.
Iruka wrote: »
@Enc, if its something we can crit, I don't mind you posting it. I was thinking of making a craft thread similar to the woodworking/photothreads, actually, for a catchall for that kind of stuff.