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    Post Anime! (huuuge delivery)

    well...i haven't posted for a long time in any other section than the dsg,so here is some stuff.although i know you don't like anime that much,i thought i'd present that side of my skills too.
    Anime! (huuuge delivery)
    this is a bit older whereas the first bunny girl was just a test to copy another drawing.it was kinda fun to see that the style got so different although i tried to be exact.
    Anime! (huuuge delivery)
    not very up-to-date and good either.
    Anime! (huuuge delivery)
    aswell as this one.
    Anime! (huuuge delivery)Anime! (huuuge delivery)
    two characters for a story i might do one day.
    Anime! (huuuge delivery)Anime! (huuuge delivery)
    aswell as these two,the blonde being the main character of the story.
    Anime! (huuuge delivery)
    and finally another character,being the best friend of the blonde.those coloured pieces were all done before the b/w ones,but i still think they're good.
    that's all for now folks! hope you like
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    :evilbat:
    Don't just practice. Also Practice the right things, the right way.

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    which ones especially?
    thanx for the(small) comment
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    Basicly i mean that most people here consider anime to be evil. :p

    Learn to draw from life, and do studies, and youll be accepted more. If you refuse to learn, then polykarbon woudl be a good place to go.
    Don't just practice. Also Practice the right things, the right way.

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    Unhappy

    oh.i thought you meant them to be badass
    well then...
    bah,i'm already doing enough studies (almost) regularly,but sometimes you gotta take a break
    i assume you find the proportions way out of hand?
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    Post the studies then. Anime is already out of proportion by definition.
    Don't just practice. Also Practice the right things, the right way.

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    first learn anatomy, the human body THEN simplify.

    thats what ive learned anyway.

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    judging from your drawings i dun think u have studied enuf...

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    the b/w ones or the coloured?because i drew the coloured ones about one or two years ago when i hadn't even seen an anatomy book from the outside even.
    none of the pieces pleases you eye atleast a bit?
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    oh well then...atleast i know now not to post any anime anymore here.
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    I've had first hand experience with how anime can ruin your drawing skills. But, I also know that if i hadn't got into the whole anime craze then I wouldn't be the artist that I am today, I probably wouldn't be a artist at all.

    And for pencil soldier, for you to say:
    "Basicly i mean that most people here consider anime to be evil.

    Learn to draw from life, and do studies, and youll be accepted more. If you refuse to learn, then polykarbon woudl be a good place to go."

    makes you a total hypocrite. Your sitting there preaching about ignorant people when your one yourself. Also, I think its kind of sad how you base your style on what everyone one else thinks is best. I'll spare you my speach about sterotypes and not being so damn cliche.

    Carnifex: If you like to draw anime or manga. Go ahead. Some people might not like it, but if they rant on you about it. Just point right to the subject. "Anime! (huuuge delivery)" If you don't like anime don't come in. Simple! Right?

    Okay, now for the drawings. You have talent, no doubt. I do think you need some anatomy studies, it can only make you a better anime artist. I think you said somewhere that you've been doing studies. Well, I don't think you are, or if you are, your not applying them. I can tell because your faces are always in either 1 of 3 postitions. 3/4 left, 3/4 right, and profile. You need to learn more postitions and proportions. Go to "The Middle Class" on this forum. I think they have a list of all their favorite anatomy books and stuff.

    Also, go to the reference part of the site. Pick out a picture you like and draw it. Or transfer it into a anime style, and then post it. That way you have something to compare your drawing to. And we can help you further by spotting your flaws easier.

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    hi carnifex
    well i think you ve heard this already i like the expressions on the faces, they looks really cool ...
    ..jep anatmony and foreshortening - but dont give up!
    im sure you get better everyday you study.

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    thanx for the positive crits
    which pictures are the most significants iyo?i mean on foreshortning gone wrong etc.or do i just draw the noses too longs for your taste?
    is anyone able to make a quick paintover on one of the faces to illustrate the points approximately?thanx
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    U doin things up-side down

    DOOD, MY MOST IMPORTANT ADVICE EVER TO YOU AND ANY ANYONE ELSE INTERESTED IN DRAWING!!!

    Never EVER start with the simple stuff EVER!!! You absolutely MUST learn the complicated stuff first. Do not start with simple line art and/or anime it will ruin your drawing, and I would know cause I went about it the wrong way, thinking that i wouldnt need to draw realistically to be able to improve. On the contrary realistic style drawing actually helps with cartooning and simple line drawings like the ones used in anime.

    Instead of drawing this stuff that u have drawn I would recomend you to get a book called "An Atlas of Anatomy for Artists" it is kickass (or any other GOOD anatomy book), and learn how to draw AND shade every position of every muscle in the body, and the entire body as a whole. Then use referrence to find out how everything looks when the skin is over the muscles (this is very important step).

    Also dont forget, to let your hand flow freely; dont constrain your lines and things will look much more natural.

    LAST THING: A lot of your fully colored characters aren't at all balanced on their two feet. Study how the human body compensates for leaning, and how it reacts to falling and etc...

    Thats about all so g'luck

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    i tried anime, and i suck at it and now idont like it and am back to sucking at normal drawing. the color ones arent that good (better than mine though) and some of the bw ones show skill.
    i am removed

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