HOW TO USE A PROJECTOR to trace | acrylic painting for beginners | #clive5art

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5 Responses to HOW TO USE A PROJECTOR to trace | acrylic painting for beginners | #clive5art

  1. dorte aviaja petersen says:

    Thank you for this information and as I see it a projector is just a time
    saver that is all it is…. just a tool like any other tool. thanks again

  2. pershingone says:

    you cannot really project the image to a 90 times 100 cm canvas, can you?
    It seems as if you lost information if you make the projected image bigger?

  3. Hiki Reedy says:

    I am going to buy a projector in the new year specifically for the purpose
    of proportional outline. I am a drawer of many mediums and have never
    hesitated to use one for the main reason… It’s faster and you get your
    dimensioning, perspective, sizing, etc in correct proportion. I use to
    graph, which is good also, but then you have to erase. One cannot say that
    the method of projector use is cheating, because graphing would be too.
    People have their techniques of doing outlines, but none so faster. I could
    be wrong, but all you really want is to start the action of making the
    image come alive by filling it in. Besides they sell projectors in art
    supply stores now and the store persons find it normal. It’s like saying
    that using a computer to draft is cheating than using the pencil or pen.

  4. Marti Leigh Gainous says:

    Thank you for this wonderful tutorial. Love your level of instruction.

  5. Thomas De Lello says:

    I’m getting one soon and will use it for my first time. Please, explain to
    me again; why did you make both a black and white copy and a color

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