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I'm speechless. This is really incredible. You are really a Force to be reckoned with when it's about writing and drawing a gripping story.
Thief? I think you get it wrong.
When I had this "situation" I took some time off. I bought a camera, shot photos for a while and I took graphic design jobs (cause I studied graphic design).
After some time I realized how limited...
Or you look at CTRL+PAINT from Matt Kohr. He is a gifted teacher, explains things crystal clear and shows exactly how some things are done digitally.
But first learn the...
Early in my career I had a similar proposal. A two page spread with 32 characters on it, style: realistic, deadline: next morning. I got the assignment on 4 pm.
I was dumb enough to agree and...
Good start. And I second Kevs second comment.
Congrats Julie! Very nice.
Composition is -as anatomy, color theory and other things are- one of the tools of the artist. Learn the rules of Composition and you can answer your question yourself - even better than anybody here...
I'd say even illustration is in some cases a job you won't get rich from. I did flat colors myself at one time, but it was for a car industy related comic book (Porsche yay!) and it was paid very...
Here's a nice Tutorial from the fabulous Ron Lemen:
Here's a Teaser:
and more from Ron:...
There's no VERSUS in art, but there's always an AND.
Great example. ;)
Linran - one of the truly great digital artists in the world
I'm sorry to see this thread deleted. Ruined my day.
FRAMED INK might fit.
You learn the elements of composition and then you...
In the digital day and age you can have multiple personaes.
Or in other words, some artists sell different styles under different names to not confuse potential customers.
Hey Jaime! I think I've collected hundreds of digital paintings and while I think most of them are nice, there are only a handful of digital artists I'm regular come back to - you are one of them.
Illustrating is a craft and you should know everything about it.
For some gigs you have to adapt, but you can also get some jobs having a distinctive style. I would say try to have both. If your...
More power to you then. :) I started the same around the 2000s. One phone call and I got offered 3 jobs, it was a dream come true. Then the Dot.Com Crash hit home and it was the other way round.
Today I've read these blog entries and they made me think.
You are probably too young, but back in the day it was DA SHIZZ! Imagine you were your whole life exposed to Curt Swans 'Superman' and along comes *this*.
It was a totally new way of drawing comic...
As long as you keep coming back to try to do it better I wouldn't break this circle. The "coming back part" is what will get you further.
Try to get through to him with Mails, Phone Calls etc. without being overwhelming. Stress that you can't meet your Deadlines if it is taking him weeks to give you feedback. Give him cause to get in...
Your style is already there ... you're just not developed enough as an artist to see it.
It's funny when you look back at drawings from 10 years ago. It's always an "it's me" in the there, no...
If you are more of a visual guy buy the streaming class with Marshall Vandruff.
It will give you a pretty good overview over this topic and how to...
I think the same way. If you get a feeling for right and wrong even your most abstract figures will look anatomically correct (look at Mickey Mouse et cetera).
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