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  • Chris Lock
    Chris Lock
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    Here are 10 basic points and advice to improve one’s art and illustration if you think your work would benefit from a bit of fine tuning.

    http://www.raphael-labro.org/?option=com_content&view=article&id=100&Itemid=217

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    Tim Richardson
    Tim Richardson
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    Finding it a bit hard to get past his accent! I’ll have a look at this later though.

    Chris Lock
    Chris Lock
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    It’s not that it’s especially brilliant or revealing. I posted it because some Allied members and new Members have on occasion asked for advice on improving images. Hopefully, this thread will lead to others posting their tips and hints for improving illustrations or artwork. Maybe the thread should have been “Tips and Advice to Improve Illustrations and Artwork.” If you think that would be better, Tim, feel free to change it.

    Chris Lock
    Chris Lock
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    Or, Tim, move it to the Allied Members section if you think it would be better suited there. Maybe, however, some full Members might also occasionally like to hear tips from others, especially in the new and burgeoning fields of CG, video, digital photography/video etc.

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    Tim Richardson
    Tim Richardson
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    No it’s fine here. Always good to see what other people are up to, you never stop learning!

     

    Tim Richardson
    Tim Richardson
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    No it’s fine here. Always good to see what other people are up to, you never stop learning!

     

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