Tip of the Week: Visualizing →
by `imaginism When you visualize the task before you do it, it makes it that much easier to accomplish and accomplished better. Especially for drawing and painting. Before I work on a film, I take about 10 or 20 minutes staring at something dark or close my eyes to try and visualize the movie before I start painting. I believe that visualizing is the hardest and most powerful way to think. With...
One of the most important lessons that experience teaches is that, on the whole,...– William Edward Hartpole Lecky (via makethemdream)
Ryu: A Study on Design and Inspiration →
To commemorate the 25th anniversary of Street Fighter, a property very important to me- I decided to write this post. (and posted on Chinese New Year…year of the DRAGON! How fitting!) I enjoy discussing, studying, and observing my favorite works of art in order to learn and improve my own work. I hope you find this post informative or interesting! (Hopefully both!) -Lateef
Learn to get in touch with the silence within yourself, and know that everything...– Elisabeth Kubler-Ross (via makethemdream)