Sunday, May 13, 2012

Webisode 7: The Conceptual Edge

Hi Everyone,

I'm very happy to finally post Webisode 7: The Conceptual Edge. If you're interested in downloading this webisode in HD along with an extended 40 minutes of demonstration footage featuring the still life painting seen in the webisode (also in HD) then visit my website: www.scottwaddellfinearts.com

Thanks for watching!

-Scott

16 comments:

  1. Just downloaded! Thanks so much for these Videos they have been of great help to me and my journey to get better.

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  2. Awesome Scott!

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  3. Very concise and professional. You're doing great work with these webisodes. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. These webisodes are going to have a progressive effect on serious artists who apply its information. You're doing artists a great service. Thank you and please keep them coming.

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  5. This video is very good Scott. Kudos.

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  6. Scott, You have simplified in the most informative way! Many Thanks

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  7. this is probably the best information about light out there. thank you for taking the time and incredible effort to make this available!

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  8. Talk about setting the bar high for demo videos Scott! Love it!

    Amelia
    http://aclassicallife.wordpress.com/

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  9. It's extremely pleasing to see an artist of your repute drawing attention to the importance of this sort of understanding. Might just be worth clarifying that the direct effect of distance to the light source that you mention would really be quite small until the light source was very close. Of course the distance of a given light source from the sphere influences the sharpness of the gradation for another reason: as the light source gets closer to the sphere, its angular size from the point of view of the sphere increases. Anyway, looking forward to seeing more!

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  10. Hey, awesome video, I'm not sure if you've responded to this question in a previous post or not, but could you elaborate on the lighting conditions in your studio...what lighting setups you use for working from the model, or when doing a still life...the distance those lights are from the subject (etc.) Thanks!

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  12. This is so cool and informational. As Alton Brown is to cooking and chemistry...you are to art and physics.

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  13. It LOOKS great -- but why must we have that extremely irritating and distracting background sound? I couldn't bear it. The explanation disappeared under those eerie, ominous sounds. I turned it off. But then couldn't hear the explanation. I will watch again with the mute button engaged -- I don't know how much I can get out of it that way, but I'll try.

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  14. Scott, these are amazing - Such an incredible amount of information and so clearly presented!

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  15. I actually liked the music. I felt that it created a mood of curiosity and enchantment :) Just goes to show, you can't please all of the people all of the time.
    On a more relevant note, it bears saying for the 100th time, Thank You Scott :) Great work with these videos and by the way, nice computer graphics too. All this great information is very elegantly portrayed which I think makes it easier to understand and more memorable too.
    Cheers.

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  16. Thank you, I am an artist from Lebanon and also teach art. You have put into words what some of us may know by experience and instinct, however it does help to see it so clearly explained. I look forward to finding your website and seeing more. Many thanks, Mouna Bassili Sehnaoui

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