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    Stick to what you know, talk about your process...

    Stick to what you know, talk about your process and history. Use your own examples. I see you have work like this on your webpage, just use that. An hour should go by pretty fast.
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    NSFW "arts ideas bbc"!?! NSFW indeed.

    "arts ideas bbc"!?! NSFW indeed.
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    Spend more time learning and practicing your...

    Spend more time learning and practicing your craft then come back and do videos. Sorry but the quality level just isn't good enough.
  4. Thread: Studies?

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    What do you mean by study? There are many...

    What do you mean by study? There are many different kinds.
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    It sounds like maybe you are referring to copying a master work or someones else's drawing.

    Lets say you are doing a study of a...
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    Animating is a totally different skill set and...

    Animating is a totally different skill set and there isn't much 2d animation going on these days. Developing animation skills wont help you become a better illustrator.

    My suggestion is to work on...
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    You don't need to learn any 3d programs if your...

    You don't need to learn any 3d programs if your 2d skills are good enough. Knowing how to do a few basic things like making primitive mock ups of areas can be helpful but not needed. It comes down...
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    I have one. I think all artists should get one....

    I have one. I think all artists should get one. While pricey I think they are worth it. Spend enough to get one that looks good, some of the cheaper skeletons are almost worthless due to skull and...
  8. I like Artistic Anatomy by Dr. Paul Richer ...

    I like Artistic Anatomy by Dr. Paul Richer http://www.amazon.com/Artistic-Anatomy-Dr-Paul-Richer/dp/0823002977/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1392170039&sr=8-1&keywords=dr+paul+richer+anatomy
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    http://www.flickr.com/search/?q=landscape

    http://www.flickr.com/search/?q=landscape
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    "If I improve , maybe I'll post my art buuut I'm...

    "If I improve , maybe I'll post my art buuut I'm not yet comfortable as of now."

    It's ok to post the rough stuff. You are learning,posting early and often will only give you more opportunities to...
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    Like most things you can only draw/paint what you...

    Like most things you can only draw/paint what you know. If you find yourself at a loss its because you don't have enough information in your head to do it.Gather yourself a library of images to study...
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    Start a sketchbook and upload your progress...

    Start a sketchbook and upload your progress there.:asspat:
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    His results are in his students work. Some like...

    His results are in his students work. Some like the methods he teaches some do not. Don't like it don't use it, free country and all that'

    Back on topic.
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    Just basic stuff: string, paper, a cut shirt...

    Just basic stuff: string, paper, a cut shirt hanger ,ruler,calipers, it all depends on the situation. Does that answer it enough?
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    Having some visual examples could really help...

    Having some visual examples could really help with input. That way we can see where you are stopping, how far you are getting ect. Any feedback might be too general to use. Ie: study 3d forms more,...
  16. More importantly: draw with your arm not your...

    More importantly: draw with your arm not your wrist.
  17. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w10cRmJ1cBI&list=TL...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w10cRmJ1cBI&list=TLXTF85ef5kjk

    You just need the right instruction'

    Give Myron Barnstone a try.
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    Drawing forms like spheres and cubes are good...

    Drawing forms like spheres and cubes are good since most things break down to those volumes.

    One thing to try is to block in the notional space of your subject. The notional space is the...
  19. Yes and No. The sculpting skills you develop...

    Yes and No.

    The sculpting skills you develop and eye training you get from working with real materials is very valuable but when it comes to working in the entertainment industry, get yourself a...
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    @ silentjosh847 good advice' Learning...

    @ silentjosh847 good advice'

    Learning anatomy: Start with the bones. Learn how the muscles attach to bones. Add that information to shapes and volumes and then you can start creating believable...
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    Do them forever' you can always find ways to...

    Do them forever' you can always find ways to improve and challenge yourself. It depends on how long it takes to feel like you have control:the more you do the farther you'll see you have to go.
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  22. Thread: One Nice Day

    by Zazerzs
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    SketchBook: You have improved so much :) "never give up...

    You have improved so much :) "never give up never surrender "
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    You'll get info from both. Draw the plates....

    You'll get info from both. Draw the plates. Opinions differ on those two here. Good idea to get a less stylized reference as well, something along the lines of Artistic Anatomy by Dr. Paul Richer.
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    SketchBook: Welcome back. Pontormo is one of my fav's

    Welcome back. Pontormo is one of my fav's
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    SketchBook: another post! Whaaaaaaaat? Meh its not much.

    ForScience: Thanks. I go back and for with straight lines and curvy, depending on mood. Yeah the chin has been giving me issues for a while. Need to draw more.

    Whirly: Thanks for coming back :)...
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