7 monthes ago - By Illustration Art

    Not accurately drawn, but true:
    That phase of a relationship where nothing fits and everything gets in the way and your feet are just too darn big.
    On the other hand, accurately drawn but not true:
    Artist Jon McNaught on uses realism to portray lies
    Water, drawn as accurately as anyone could:
    William Motta
    Yet, Monet's treatment of water required the artist to look beyond accuracy, and seems even more true:
    Two illustrations of foreboding houses. It's obvious which one is more accurate, but which feels more true?
    Art is no place to get lazy.
    Meaningful truth in art is not a solid, and...
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