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Read the sticky threads.
Figure and gesture practice should be done from life, not from artificial models.
Copying may be useful to understand another artist's working method, but little else....
How about start with your own interpretation and refine over time? Its the way most professionals do it.
In 2005 a pair of C. M. Coolidge’s dogs playing poker paintings sold at auction for $590,400.
So you're copying drawings and copying photos... Are you doing anything from life? Are you doing any gestures from life? Gestures from life can help you build speed and confidence, and confidence...
Age is irrelevant, skill level is. As is an ability to explain the what and the why of that skill.
This gets repeated many times.
"Hi I like help with a math problem"
"Can you show me the problem?"
"well I got other stuff to do, but please keep telling me how to solve this math equation"
Should we go back to shutting...
to be honest, this could look much better imo
I don't think "being an idiot" is a bannable offense...
Laughable, but not bannable.
(And not "bankable", either. Thank you for your creative input, iOS auto-correct.)
(PSSSST. Hey everybody, better not tell DreamArt about this.)
drawing too long... after 5 minutes..., i thought you were being serious
The main problem with this picture is simple. You did not plot any perspective.
You cannot ad-lib something you haven't got enough knowledge about.
Get a ruler, place the horizon and the...
With this kind of temper I'd think twice about gettiung into any career path that has to do with... well, people.
I think the question you have to ask yourself if "how much do I want these to be 'elephants'?" Your initial sketches (which I agree with Giacomo, look WAY too much like AT-AT's) are very obviously...
Velocity has given a jewel of advice here. (The down side is that you'll have to love him forever, though he's quite a good looking guy, so that should help...)
I had a similar day a few...
Wow, did you practice reading every day, long and hard, or are you just relying on your word talent and stuffs?
No one is born knowing how to paint. Some people learn faster than others but everyone who is very very good at something had to work very very hard at it for a long time.
I once drew a single buttcheek and then I was a gay.
Loomis, half a year of practice drawing structurally. In pencil. No color. No Photoshop or digital in general. Go get your practice.
It's already too late to stop, your development as an artist will be flawed forever, and there is no way to repair this: once you step into the Edwards trap, you're hopeless :steph:
PROBABLY NOT. I grew up around hippies, I saw naked people all the time from day one, I don't think it did anything to me. Or if anything, it made me more sane and healthy and willing to accept...
how can this be a sin??
Stan Prokopenko knows what he's doing (trained at Watts Atelier afaik) and his videos are just very nicely done.
Why people seem to have forgotten how to use a damned book I will never get though....