I’d Love to Draw! by Andrew Loomis

lovetodrawIn my generation, my comic book idols weren’t just the superheroes on the printed pages, but the artists who drew them.  And as an amateur wannabe artist, I tried drawing like Jim Lee, Marc Silvestri and Todd McFarlane.  As you can see below, I’m not a very good artist.

medrawingIf you want to learn how to draw, like everybody, you have to learn the basics.  One of those legendary art teachers in American history is Andrew Loomis.  He published several drawing books in 1930s-1940s that influenced many artists of today.  Thanks to Titan Books who have been republishing many of Andrew Loomis’ drawing books like this one, “I’d Love to Draw!”

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Louis Vuitton and The Art of Packing

Louis Vuitton has updated their website with a section that gives tips and tricks on how to efficiently pack your luggage so your items stay crisp and pristine during your travels while maximizing space. These tips are universal and terribly useful as they can be used in any sort of luggage situation. Whether you’re just doing a quick trip with an overnight bag, only have a carry-on bag, or even a suitcase, your collared shirts, dresses, jackets, and pants will stay wrinkle-free. No muss no fuss.

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