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Thanks for the link, but I was hoping someone could point me in the right direction. "Click to look inside" doesn't always help me see what's actually covered in the books.
I got a few Amazon gift cards for Christmas and I want to buy one or two really good anatomy books.
I'm looking for something that covers structure first, more of an inside -> outside take on...
No, you don't need to learn digital if you're a traditional artist, or traditional media if you're a digital artist.
BUT it always helps to know basic Photoshop skills for when you need to scan,...
One of the things that got me to work more and love working more was just LETTING GO. Not every piece in a sketchbook has to be a finished piece. Not everything in a sketchbook has to be serious in...
I completely agree. I draw figures as I see them on the surface, without knowing the structure underneath and how it relates to one another. With that being said, what do I do to help my...
Since I'm using a computer at school, I don't have access to my work to post except this figure I did last year. I think it was about a 2 hour study. And I didn't even finish! Ack!
So I went on posemaniacs and did a few gesture studies, and I tried to be as fluid and non-linear as I could.
Common critique of my human figures is, "It's too linear." "It looks flat." "It looks mechanical." "Not enough movement."
Even when I'm drawing from a live figure in an animated pose, my work ends...
The title says it - When did you start paying your bills with the art you produced? Do you work a day job and make art on the side? Or maybe you're still trying to figure it out?
I'm just curious to...