Of course not. Just about every, if not every great artist uses models. A photo reference is a single dimensional model. +++++++++++ I felt the same way when I was in art school. A professor then pointed out to me that if I could retain all the knowledge I would need as reference material, I would be the most sought out person in the world. I would know everything!!! Also, just think about how much more you're learning as you do your research. You might want to carry a camera around with you too. It's amazing how much we see and don't take notice of on a daily basis. This will enhance your own personal archives. Your photos will be your reference material.
he's good with drawing and painting ?
Painting ( such as : watercoloring , oil painting , tempura painting , acrillic painting , gesso painting , portrait painting , landscape painting , still life painting , etc. ) , Ceramic , Sculpturing , Drawing ( such as landscape drawing , portrait drawing , nature drawing , still life drawing , Doodle. ) , Cartooning and Animation , Music , Entertainment , Dancing , Singing , Modeling , Hobbies , Optical Illusion , Exercising , Martial Arts , Meditation , Yoga , and others .
Diana Constance has written: 'Pastels (Ron Ranson's Painting School)' 'An Introduction to Drawing the Nude' 'Drawing and Painting With Pastels' 'Life drawing' -- subject(s): Drawing, Human figure in art, Technique 'An Introduction to Drawing and Painting with Pastels' 'Complete Life Drawing Course'
Edmond James Fitzgerald has written: 'Marine painting in watercolor' -- subject(s): Marine painting, Technique, Watercolor painting 'Painting and drawing in charcoal and oil' -- subject(s): Charcoal drawing, Drawing, Painting, Study and teaching, Technique
Underdrawing A underdrawing is the drawing done on a painting ground before paint is applied.
painting and drawing
David A. Dewey has written: 'Drawing and painting' -- subject(s): Themes, motives, Painting, Drawing
Fritz Henning has written: 'Drawing & painting with ink' -- subject(s): Ink painting, Pen drawing, Technique 'Drawing and painting animals' -- subject(s): Animals in art, Art, Technique
it is drawing with out a reference or guide telling you how to draw
Visual drawings are those creations you can look at, such as a drawing or a painting.
Linda Douglas has written: 'Painting & drawing' -- subject(s): Drawing, Juvenile literature, Painting, Technique
drawing painting sketching coloring smudging
Maurice Schmidt has written: 'How to achieve mastery in painting and drawing' -- subject(s): Drawing, Painting, Technique
There are some fundamental differences between painting and drawing. Although somewhat similar (they share some of the same tools and tool functions), painting and drawing have different functions. Whereas objects in drawing can be edited on an “whole object by whole object” basis, objects in painting can be changed and moved on a pixel by pixel basis.
Painting and drawing.
for painting and drawing
Of course he made drawings as a child. Painting is not the same as drawing!His first painting is from 1881 when he was 18.
Antoine Seilern has written: 'Flemish paintings and drawings at 56 Princes Gate, London, SW7' -- subject(s): Drawing, Drawing, Flemish, Flemish Drawing, Flemish Painting, Painting, Painting, Flemish, Private collections
Hildelies Balk has written: 'Een vriendengeschenk' -- subject(s): Catalogs, Drawing, Drawing, Dutch, Dutch Drawing, Dutch Watercolor painting, Hannema-De Stuers Fundatie, Watercolor painting, Watercolor painting, Dutch
He liked painting better than drawing.
A sketch is a rough outline drawing.