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    how to draw anything IN ONE STEP!!!

    ive read alot of threads about 'the secret to drawing' or 'i need help drawing ____', well, after surfing around the web, im lucky enough to have come across this, thats right, the secret to drawing anything in ONE step!!!


    just follow the link, and become a pro...

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    lol thanks
    "I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain."
    --- Frank Herbert, Dune - Bene Gesserit Litany Against Fear

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    That's Great !

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    I knew it...!

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    "it's much easier to scale up from simplicity than to scale back from complexity"

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    Is it bad I've actually used dogs to cover things? Haha. Funny stuff.

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    Q: "What if my weakness IS drawing dogs?"
    A: It's time to change hobbies.

    Haha..

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    Warrrggghhh! I didn't know it was so easy...I'm going to employ this method now and makes me some monies!
    ...a perpetual plan for discovery days,where everyone can take part in "purposeless play".
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    I do the same thing! it works! only i use boobies instead of dogs..

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    So easy. Thank you!

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    Another tip from Norman Rockwell--if a picture is going badly, put a dog in it. If it is going really badly, put a bandage on the dog's paw.

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    AH, the Rob Liefeld method. If by dog, you mean smoke, fog, tree stump, or bushes.

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    lol this thread is win

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    Quote Originally Posted by emily g View Post
    Another tip from Norman Rockwell--if a picture is going badly, put a dog in it. If it is going really badly, put a bandage on the dog's paw.
    No joke! I believe George Pratt (it might have been someone else) did the same thing with monkeys, and plenty of other illustrators use distracting animals.
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    Imma go pro with this shit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nate01776 View Post
    Holy

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    It all makes sense now.

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    You have just solved all my problems. Forever!

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    how to draw anything IN ONE STEP!!!

    ^ That dog's face consists of win.

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    The trick is to cover it with something that makes sense to have there. In which case dogs are kind of limited. Don't get me wrong, they go great in scenes like southeast Asian restaurants, but there are just some places where it just becomes a bit much. Luckilly, there are some things (including Lense Flare) that CAN be found anywhere.

    My personal favorite is zombies.

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    I'll start doing that! Does it matter what breed of dog you paint?

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    Haha.

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    ZOMG! Who knew!? :] Thanks for the helpful tip!


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    hmmmmm this actually makes alot of sense! definetively something to keep in mind.

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    Hilarious!

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    lolz.
    can't help but wonder if and how many of these are we about to see in the critique center in the following week?
    not really.

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    hell yeah!!!! I''m gonna be rich!!!!!

    .... runs off to finish Rhembrandt's Master Copy!!!!

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    I need to start looking at the anatomy of dogs

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