>>3249910>2:34>When we look at these lovely ladies is a frontal perspective
Well I don't know how often does he look in the mirror but that is definitely not how a face looks like in a frontal view. I mean he was talking moments ago about meshing different perspectives and here just says "oh it's just how it looks normaly". I'd expect him to say that at least those noses are drawn in profile view or something but... What? Is picrelated how he views people? >4:33>If you look at the cubist painting however it is flat and you can't find any space behind there whatsoever. The reason why is that we are not only looking at this glass goblet from one perspective but we have a side view and a top view. In other word an aerial view ... And the aerial view is important because photography, of course, exists at this point in time and perhaps realism is not so interesting anymore since you are competing with photography. Perhaps a painters job becomes more difficult, more interesting or perhaps more cerebral.
Until photoshop was invented. Kinda reminds me of Luddites except with less protesting and bashing on technology in question. So does he mean that making dosh with portraits\still life\landscapes paintings just became a fools errand and so artist resorted to these "2deep4u" paintings as the new way of making a living?