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The Fine Art of Making Timeless Resolutions. by Daina Lynn. December 29, 2017. No Comments.

Share it: Much like Belle from “Beauty and the Beast” (because I prefer that over being called a nerd), I always have my nose stuck in a book. Recently, my nose led me to some statistics about New Year’s resolutions and let’s just say, I was not. A collection of timeless art classics. See more ideas about Art, Painting, Artist.

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The size and resolution of an image affects both its appearance on your computer screen and its print quality. Resolution Resolution refers to the amount of visual detail contained in an image. The resolution of output devices (printers) is measured in dots per inch (dpi), and in the case of halftones, lines per inch (lpi). Plus, certificates of authenticity can actually make artworks easier to sell, especially in auction or gallery settings.

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While these resolutions are meant to be good and well-intentioned solutions, unfortunately they are built on a flawed foundation of more effort, willpower, and goal setting.

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So by all means keep every resolution you make, for you not only profit by the resolution, but it furnishes you with an exercise that causes the brain cells and physiological correlatives to form the habit of adjusting themselves to carry out resolutions.

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In particular, some resolutions until 1991 stated that nothing in those resolutions:

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I kept making new resolutions but they never lasted very long.

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I like making resolutions, as it feels to me like a fresh start.

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Yves Peters observes, “if higher screen resolutions are accepted and become the standard, there may be no more need for screen hinting and type designers will regain the freedom they always enjoyed when creating faces for analog media.”

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The resolutions are usually great goals, but we lack the willpower to keep them.

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The two resolutions based themselves on Art.

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For those are the resolutions that the past caused me to make.

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These are called “native resolutions.”

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  • if i had to criticize i would say, this guy sounded real muffled, had to turn the audio way up to understand him clearly at points.

  • Since “pope” Francis can’t see anything wrong with Islam, replace it with a mosque in preparation for when Paris is taken to those that know how to breed. Empowerment of women has been a bad idea since the garden of Eden.

  • wow este vídeo fue revelador se nota lo profesional que es la verdad estaba bloqueado sobre unos personajes que quería hacer pero este ejercicio me encanto ahora mismo lo estoy practicando y salen cosas muy interesantes gracias por su aporte increíble!!

  • well. This just depressed me. I’m a 3d modeler and I get frustrated when there isn’t enough detail. I Make a decision and I always have to go back and fix because I made the wrong design choice. I guess this video shows that I am not very skilled at what I do.

  • Proko, I found your videos two weeks ago while I was looking for videos to help me learn draw. I’m beginning in this Journey, I have doodled around before but never took it seriously, so I wanted to change now. And these two weeks of seeing your first videos of you explaining anatomy and figure drawing, I did my first drawing on my own and I cannot express how better I got just by following your examples. Thank you tons. You truly are the best

    Virtual hugs
    Keep it up!

  • A temporary fix to keep you from having to feel the rough edges and keep the desk in better shape for longer is to go get a large glass panel, even a recycled window, make sure the edges are sanded, and place that over the top. On camera the symbol on the desk looks good, we can only see the mistakes and roughness up close.

  • not sure who you are or what you do, or why yt algorithm thought it would be a good idea to expose me to this video, but since I’ve endured it I feel justified in commenting. your understanding of modern architecture and architecture in general quite superficial and airing it publicly doesn’t do much for your credibility. you’re strawmaning the argument by a poor and lengthy preamble and also rather blatantly by using an anecdotal example of a provincial museum in Alberta to draw conclusions about modern architecture in general about as ludicrous as judging merits of the gothic period by some random shack from 13th century Nowheresville. what you seem to forget is that there are plenty of examples of latter day interventions on historic buildings, such as baroque on romanesque or gothic which we now appreciate, as well as removals of some poor interventions and reverting to the original. what you conveniently omit is that, ironically, gothic style was named after Goths, a barbarous german tribe precisely because it was deemed ugly and monstrous by the contemporaries at the time it was called modern and immodest. speaking of ugly, consider another parisian examplethe Eiffel tower it was thought of as an abomination, a metal specter looming over all of Paris, while now the very same public thinks it’s the bee’s knees.

    yes our culture hyper produces and architecture as a discipline is in crisis, as are all the arts since there isn’t left a single remnant of consensus of any sort about what is beautiful, what is art or what’s it’s purpose. but in historic terms, we tend to keep what is valuable and not keep what is not your alberta musem is proof of this. rest assured, the architectural profession has a more sober acute sense of history and aesthetics than the armchair critics of the day who love today what they would have hated merely were they born a generation or two earlier.

  • man wish somebody told me where to get a model of a skeleton like that 17:48 im from a 3rd world country i cant afford live models but if atleast i can get a skeleton:(

  • Im seeing this more than one time, this process make me a lot of inspiration and i want to merge this knowledge to my pieces, THANK YOU!!

  • My city, Limassol, is being ruined by Russian and Chinese foreign property investors and developers filling the skyline with giant hunks of glass and steel. So far, the only building of that size to be completed as of right now is a giant egg. Meanwhile, the native Greek Cypriot developers build more traditionalist buildings, which are so much better. Thank God the Russians share our faith and don’t desecrate the Churches like Western Europeans, otherwise it would only be a matter of time until Agiou Lazarou in Larnaca, the resting place of St. Lazarus was desecrated too.

  • You core argument for why the restoration effort should not follow modern ideals is fundamentally flawed. It assumes that Notre Dame’s design was not a product of its time. However, the actual facts appear to point in the EXACT OPPOSITE DIRECTION. Many European, and especially Catholic, buildings of that era have the same, or at least similar, design philosophies. Most historians and artist admire Notre Dame based on this exact fact, it is a product of its time and serves as a milestone in the development of western architecture.
    Also, the argument of the museum and the legislature building is wholly unrelated. Museums do and always will change floorplan regularly. This is because different types of exhibits require architectural needs. So, if the museum starts to see more demand for exhibits that it was simply not equipped to handle, it can become too expensive to simply retrofit the old museum. This, of course, doesn’t even account for changing safety regulations (50 years is a fairly long time, even for government).
    Combine these with the fact that newer forms of art are often sneered at for a good long while before being accepted as “high art,” see jazz, and modern architecture may in a few centuries be looked at how we see building like Parliament.

  • Does this guy know he’s being unconsciously influenced by Vampire Hunter-D?:P Even the floating ball and large hammer weapons! Cool design though.

  • This is such a great video, often it can seem like concept art is just creating eye catching designs, but being able to round out those ideas and tell a story adds so much additional value.

  • It todays world by “job requirements” on Artstation in this 23min you should deliver also 3d ready assets, maybe some substance textures, and that’s hammer should be ready to animate:DD of course don’t forget 3 skins variation for each character ��

  • Gothic art was new in its time. All innovations take a chance. Some provide abiding pleasure. But all creation is an attempt. Insist on certainty and creation stops and only copies. N.D. is traditional now but when it was built it was cutting edge. So whatever is done
    a little understanding is not amiss.

  • There is a project to turn not only Notre-Dame but all of the island of l’ile-de-la-cité into a tousistic/luxe center. The presence of the Church and of several administrations in the island is an obstacle to the greed of the multinational groups behind the project.
    The 3 administrations are the hôtel-Dieu hospital (currently on strike), the Palais de Justice (main Paris court of justice) and the Prefecture de police (police headquarters). Police and Justice will obey the orders if asked to move elsewhere. The doctors and the priests are not.
    The priests are gone now. The Church is not the owner of Notre Dame, it’s the state. Priests are only users.
    The doctors are the next target.

    For those who doupt, google “mission ile de la cité”.

  • Dear Proko,
    Thanks for all your contributions. You have so many videos, it’s awesome. I want to draw well soooo bad, but I am a beginner and don’t know where to start. Please tell me where to begin. Thanks again! Keep up the good work.

  • As a Fine Artist, he isn’t that great, just because fine art is probably one of the few art forms that can be judged and arranged in whatever order one deems right.

  • It depends what N’sync song you are talking about. I want you back has aged well. I know that’s far from your point here. I think you hitting on the trendy ness of boy bands at that time then there put them they’re in again. Not so with more timeless works.

  • Not feeling the title man, tattooing tyler is like a milestone already. Its like these titles usually are like a minus to a plus but this is just a plus plus. You feel me?

  • I’m sorry you want to live in a world of cowboys? do you have any idea what cowboys really did? I think you need to be more aware of the culture you’re creating especially from your place of privilege…

  • congratulations hypebeast.. that told me absolutely nothing about nothing.. Go catch this guys real interview on Not Most People if you care to actually find out anything about him lol.

  • You should have a back piece on your desk, you can put your logo on that so it’s more visible to people as they walk in. could also use it to mount things or shelving, would also hide any mess like coffer cups or wires.

  • Devil’s advocate: the Duomo in Florence got a new façade in the 19th century that is still absolutely gorgeous today in my opinion. Changing the look of an old building doesn’t have to be a bad thing if it’s done well.

    That said: soulless, featureless modernist architecture on the Notre Dame would be a crying shame.

  • does anyone know if and when the proko beginner drawing course is coming? I saw a video from 2 years ago, he mentioned he is working on it

  • But actually the Notre dame had throughout its life had seen renovations and redesigns of both interior and exterior in the act of keeping up with the times, and at one point was abandoned due to its perceived outdated ness that lead to the term Gothic architecture, barbaric or old.

  • He went to fine art by tattooing Tyler the Creator. No need to ask how. It’s crazy, the only thing that will give a person a push nowadays is a rub from a celebrity. It’s like how there are a million talented shoemakers and designers, but everyone just wants Kanye West’s stolen garbage designs.

  • “If I have photographic memory and I could draw like a printer…”… it would take you ages just to get basic shape and shading, if you could maintain correct proportions that is, which for human vision are tricky: certain elements shows bigger in your mind than others. Even if I have that gift first thing I want to make stepping into world of drawing is getting rid of it. Become impressive. Quick. Efficient. And yet fun, because I can still “turn on” “printer mode” and be very accurate about small details. Salvador Dali once said: “I would paint way better if I am way less inteligent.” And that is it: do not oversaturate your art, keep proportions, keep illusions, and make something that is readable, not realistic. Because “Reality makes crappy special effects crew.”