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  1. Thread: Symbols

    by dpaint
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    Practice intelligently. What I mean is, say you...

    Practice intelligently. What I mean is, say you have trouble with a bunch of things and you want to get better, but together they are overwhelming. What you do is break them out into less difficult...
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    The more I go into the art world, the more I...

    The more I go into the art world, the more I realize that there is no line to becoming a "real artist".

    Basically, it comes down to simply being able to produce works of value (at least for the...
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    To elaborate on my earlier post, being afraid to...

    To elaborate on my earlier post, being afraid to make mistakes will hinder your growth more than anything. Use what people tell you as a guideline, but don't be scared to follow your own intuition....
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    focus on getting the big picture rather than...

    focus on getting the big picture rather than small details. Gestures and rhythm are the best things to focus on from the start. In other words start with Buggs Bunny and work your way up to Phil Hale.
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    I like the way Andrew Loomis puts it:

    I like the way Andrew Loomis puts it:
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    this :) http://www.barnstonestudios.com/ ...

    this :)

    http://www.barnstonestudios.com/

    I'm watching them now, great stuff.
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    Don't get fussy with details, in anything you...

    Don't get fussy with details, in anything you draw. Detals will come later; they're just the product of time and patience so anyone can do them.

    The human body, the human body, and more human...
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    First I would do everything to fall in love with...

    First I would do everything to fall in love with the process... Seriously :)
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    anatomy, perspective, shading (form) are what I...

    anatomy, perspective, shading (form) are what I would start with. composition and color theory would probaly be next. all of those are huge things to tackle, so it's going to be years before you...
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    Do lots of sketching, learn to use reference,...

    Do lots of sketching, learn to use reference, study color theory, anatomy and perspective and experiment with different materials. I would say those would be the most helpful things to do as a...
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    Poll: The only questions which are relevant are: How...

    The only questions which are relevant are:

    How much time are you spending on drawing? - are you making good progress? - if not, how much extra time could you spend? - and - do you realise that its...
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    SketchBook: Nice sketch book, it's very fun to look at. I...

    Nice sketch book, it's very fun to look at. I wanted to say something about the whole 'slow[ing] down' thing [keep in mind I could just be misunderstanding what that means] I think that that's not...
  13. Thread: Hands!

    by PieterV
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    Just draw your own hands all the time, use a...

    Just draw your own hands all the time, use a mirror and you'll be able to get almost any pose. Once you do a few sheets of hands every day you'll see improvement.
  14. Thread: Hands!

    by tobbA
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    There's a whole chapter on them in Bridgemans...

    There's a whole chapter on them in Bridgemans Complete Guide To Drawing From Life

    I think you can find it in stores or in the library, but it's free (I think) on the net too...
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    SketchBook: The only one holding you back is you. Slooooooow...

    The only one holding you back is you. Slooooooow doooooooown, mang.

    Force yourself to, at this point it doesn't matter how long it takes you to finish something, just learn how to slow down. You...
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    SketchBook: Goddamn. You improve like a man possessed. In...

    Goddamn. You improve like a man possessed. In eleven months, you've accomplished what I couldn't do in years. Eleven Months. You may be the most talented person I have ever seen. Keep drawing.
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    SketchBook: Very nice start for someone your agee!! I started...

    Very nice start for someone your agee!! I started around that age too! Good luck mate!! Keep working and working! Great things can happen!
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    SketchBook: Yup perspective and standard proportions should...

    Yup perspective and standard proportions should be on your list of things to get down. It will be tedious but very rewarding.
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    SketchBook: just try to concentrate on longer studies, learn...

    just try to concentrate on longer studies, learn perspective, standard proportions, shading volumes, drawing tons of squares in space ect

    Your pen figure drawings have a great sense of movement,...
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    SketchBook: Your 15? Your off on a good start, keep...

    Your 15? Your off on a good start, keep practicing and do some anatomy studies, your young so you should pick it up fairly fast.

    My only suggestion is maybe to resize the pictures smaller, im...
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    SketchBook: cool! Seeing as youre onely 15. you shouldent...

    cool! Seeing as youre onely 15. you shouldent wory about not having the patience to draw. it comes with age. or atleast it did with me :P

    get some anatomy books. and draw from life. thats the best...
  22. Yup, he holds the copyright on 'floating rocks'.

    Yup, he holds the copyright on 'floating rocks'.
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