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    Help Wanted

    this is My latest ... ink work plz Give me any tips about digital work and that will be very thankful
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    Help

    Any body plz tell me what to do to convert this crow into a digital art plz help!!!!!!!
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    Hey dude, there isnt really a way to convert it?..
    You just gotta draw alot in photoshop, if you search the net you will find thousands of tutorials who tell you how to draw what,, but in the end the thing that helps the most is to just draw alot!!..
    Just doodle around in photoshop to get to know it.
    That way you'll learn,, and it will prolly take years to get to a descent level..
    Just keep practicing and work/study hard! Its the only way!
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    i suggest if you want to be REALLY AWESOME at art, then wait with the digital stuff. Practise drawing, and draw from life a LOT. You're so gonna need it!! Study anatomy and all them bones. Youll need it. And if you think "what do i need bones for?" i'll tell you you NEED em.

    Dont ask just draw.

    And if you cant wait with the digital stuff like me than go for it and have fun, the heck.

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    thanks

    (rogerb) :thanks alot and I will work on your advice
    (Kfeeras) : I wont ask I will make what you said thsanks alot for your consideration
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    Hi Project-I,

    I drew over some of your hands if you don't mind. Also the same process applies for face, legs, torso, everything.

    I hope this helps,
    -Henry
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    Hey, you asked for advice, so here goes. Get hold of the Stan Lee book "How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way". First off get a ton of paper, when I started out I went through reams of simple copy paper. It's cheap, so don't be afraid to go on to the next sheet when something isn't working out. Rather spend five minutes on every drawing and keep it loose than an hour on one and have it get all tightened up. Get to grips with big forms and overall shape and picture layout before worrying too much about detail.

    Secondly, you have to draw, fiddling around in Photoshop might allow you all sorts of intersting visual tricks, but only by drawing loads will you develop the skill and understanding to tackle any subject. And everything stems form drawing, paintings, digital work, design, if you can draw well you have an advantage over everyone else, so get cracking!

    And do your own thing, take what works for you form other artists and genres and discard what you don't need.

    All up to you what you end up making of it.

    Good luck!
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    thanks

    I am very thankful for your help ... That lighten my mind thanks alot and I hope you life of beauty and happiness The_Flying_Dutchman
    yo are truly helpful
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    Well i think you have a nice sketch book start.
    You vary your work well.

    I think you should particularly concentrate on proportion and values. You lines seem a bit shaky from time to time too, so doing some studies, and from life if possible will really make you more confident, and get that line looking better!

    Try doing some Bridgman, Lookis or Hogarth studies. See witch style you like the most and start drawing!!
    And if you haven't found this thread on cA already, go have a look at this!! http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=131117

    Plus there are the CHOWs section with weekly projects going on. http://www.conceptart.org/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=83

    And most importantly, keep updating your sketch book!!!
    With all that you do!! Don't get embarrassed and stuff. Just show us!! So we can help
    Sketchbook - I really appreciate comments and critique, please visit!

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    "Good artists are the crappy artists who never gave up!!"
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    It has been a long Time since my Last Post but I am back now after finishing my Bachelor... and after making some studies how ever theses are some old work then a work in process that is a trial to improve my photoshop skills and to find my own way ..... Please Comment and tell me your opinion
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    The hand in your first post looks quite good; the rest of your stuff isn't quite to that level yet.

    In the end, it's all about shapes... and the right shapes my friend. Learn how to accurately show 2D shapes, and then 3D forms. Then everything becomes 3D forms. The hand in your first post could be sculpted from clay. The pic in your last post cannot. Make sense?

    Start working with your basic shapes and good things will happen.
    Thinking connects desire with creation.
    How good are you?

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    STUDY anatomy+DRAW from life ALOT
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    Here we Go !

    Here is some of my progress in tiring to listen to your advices and I think it is beginning to pay off.
    Kindly tell me your opinion All of You.
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