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    There is no order. All five fundamental skills...

    There is no order. All five fundamental skills support and inform each other. As long as you are pushing yourself to master them no matter what you are drawing at the moment, it does not matter what...
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    You need to work on things until you master them....

    You need to work on things until you master them. Bouncing all over the place with no discipline will not prepare you for professional work as an artist. In 2000 years of representational art the...
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    What you do is spend the next 5+ years actually...

    What you do is spend the next 5+ years actually learning to draw and paint. Like a lot of people that finish art school you don't have the skills to get a job in this industry, not to be mean but...
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    If a thing is expensive, you should expect to...

    If a thing is expensive, you should expect to last. I bought a Vax that lasted over 20 years and bought another one when it broke down. Now I'm replacing all my lightbulbs with LED ones that are...
  5. Try a complete reinstall of Microsoft Visual C++:...

    Try a complete reinstall of Microsoft Visual C++: ...
  6. Try running as administrator.

    Try running as administrator.
  7. I googled a bit and found...

    I googled a bit and found https://www.smartftp.com/support/kb/the-program-cant-start-because-api-ms-win-crt-runtime-l1-1-0dll-is-missing-f2702.html Looks like you're not the only one struggling with...
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    Kim Jung Gi is an unfair example. He was born...

    Kim Jung Gi is an unfair example. He was born with an abnormally good memory and does not need to look at reference when he forms an imagery in his mind because his mind keeps track of every little...
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    SketchBook: Excellent as always, and I'm still glad I kept...

    Excellent as always, and I'm still glad I kept Flash player. (I think there's a need for redundancy on the Internet.) Pardon my not posting as much as I should, but considering the problems this site...
  10. The answers to these questions will differ quite...

    The answers to these questions will differ quite significantly between individuals, I'm afraid. The only common denominator is that it takes time and conscious effort to achieve proficiency. The how...
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    There is a time to work and there is a time to...

    There is a time to work and there is a time to eat: if you work, then work; if you eat, then eat. Be there for the full 100%.

    I remember a kid in art school who was drawing all the time: he was...
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    Check out Terryl Whitlatch's books.

    Check out Terryl Whitlatch's books.
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    That was a good read. You know what people with...

    That was a good read. You know what people with lots more leisure time will spend lots more time doing? Playing videogames. :carnifex: Maybe OP should reconsider becoming a videogame artist, haha.
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    It's important to give up things that do not add...

    It's important to give up things that do not add to your growth as an artist. Hard work and focus will always be better than trying to have it all. By that, I mean people who don't sacrifice anything...
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    Dude! There's some good stuff in there. And Brian...

    Dude! There's some good stuff in there. And Brian Luk will kill me, but $100 seems like too low for these. The Cowboy Bebop book alone goes for $80-$90 online, and is out of print. Cosmic Motors and...
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    In sequential art, good writing makes up for bad...

    In sequential art, good writing makes up for bad art much better than good art makes up for bad writing.
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    Oh for Peter's sake. OP - cut out the huff and...

    Oh for Peter's sake. OP - cut out the huff and chuff response over a well written reply by Tiggeraz. If I would have seen it earlier I would have directed you to any local comic book shop. I hear...
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    I don't want to be the nay sayer, but when you...

    I don't want to be the nay sayer, but when you decide do make a comic book you usually collaborate with a writer or come up with a story by yourself. Giving a vague premise and asking people for a...
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    SketchBook: The flooding only affected the Baton Rouge area....

    The flooding only affected the Baton Rouge area. In other words, I'm ok.
    Anyways, I now have two new accounts:
    https://vid.me/Fighting_Zenith
    https://soundcloud.com/zenithian
    However, I haven't...
  20. But an abstract artist can just say "I placed the...

    But an abstract artist can just say "I placed the yellow square awkwardly to make the viewer feel uncomfortable." Now their mistake is an asset. Genius!! everyone applauds and throws money at them.
  21. I've found some of the history behind abstract...

    I've found some of the history behind abstract art to be very interesting, but I am not a fan of it aesthetically.

    I'm also really bitter about putting in so much effort when I see a squiggle or...
  22. Maybe it helps to realise that the bulk of art...

    Maybe it helps to realise that the bulk of art study has nothing to do with art. Muscle memory, anatomy, contruction, perspective are all skills the architect has probably a better grasp of than the...
  23. So basically my question is how do I enjoy...

    So basically my question is how do I enjoy practice when I’m easily discouraged
    Any tips?

    All practice is self directed even in a classroom with a teacher. So the answer is there isn't anything...
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    First I want to thank you guys for being honest...

    First I want to thank you guys for being honest and taking the time to look at my work and giving me honest critiques. I really appreciate it. That said it was a real punch to the gut and an eye...
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    So many things dawned on me all at once. Not sure...

    So many things dawned on me all at once. Not sure why. I think I took a close look at my life and the future - and to be honest it scared the hell out of me. Where to begin here? I'll try to express...
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