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As for The Theory of Colours, Goethe in 1810 completed what he considered his most ambitious scientific project. He claimed the importance of human perception in the knowledge of nature, going against the contemporary progresses in Newton's experimental physics and his chromatic theory. Read more...
Graphite Grading Scale
Pencil leads are made with a mixture of clay and graphite, they can be made harder with the addition of specific waxes or resins and softer through the addition of clay or by the exclusion of wax. Different ratios create different results. There exist two systems when it comes to grading pencils, European and American. Read more...
Still Life Drawing
Still life drawing focuses on still objects. Get your drawing material and have a seat in front of the objects (fruit, teapot, bottle, books...) you would like to draw. Set the light right ( only one source of light would give you a nice dramatic effect ) and enjoy it!
Perspective drawing is a technique which uses a set of rules designed to be able to represent three-dimensionality on a two-dimensional plane, reproducing the relative depths and position of objects. The first examples of perspective were found in cave paintings and Egyptian hieroglyphics, important objects were drawn larger but it was for symbolic purposes. Only with Hellenistic and Roman cultures first steps were taken to what we call today modern perspective. Read more...