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June 11th, 2009 #14
Just a day an all of those post. Thanks to anyone who posted. I'm going to read those online books and then start on reading the books I have to buy.
Edward Cherniga & Aphotic Phoenix
Thanks for the books. They are going to come really handy.
LOL, me too
Thanks for those words man. I have drawn a lot around this few years but I decided I wanted to get really better that's why I'm here.
Thanks Pen Diablo, I guess I'll start drawing everything an anything that comes to my mind I'm going to be an artist even if I spen all my life trying. I want to ge better!
Thanks pancho. I'm puertorican if you could get me some instructors it would be greatly appreciated. I'm going to read those things thanks!
Wow really? Thanks I guess I'll try out. Which was the book that you used?
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Hide this ad by registering as a memberJune 11th, 2009 #15
The book I got was an huge art book on facial expressions. I just went to the local library and picked it up, they usually have a ton of them in the art section, or the medical section.
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June 11th, 2009 #16
Nice thanks. I guess I have to go pay a visit to my friend the Library(noooo)(Jk)
June 11th, 2009 #17
Puerto Rico huh? Ok, I was hoping you'd be like in LA or something where it's easier to find good instructors. I'll try to look something up, cuz I don't think Ricky Martin is running his life drawing class anymore lol. For now, just read through the Vilppu material and the other books that people have suggested to you. There is a wealth of information available online. Further resources include
getbodysmart.com ...for learning anatomy, particularly insertions and origins
the brigdman anatomy book, which is available for free if you google it.
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June 12th, 2009 #18My SketchBook http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=139784
http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=192127"Everything must serve the idea. The means used to convey the idea should be the simplest and clear. Just what is required. No extra images. To me this is a universal principle of art. Saying as much as possible with a minimum of means."-John Huston, Director
June 12th, 2009 #192% Milk
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Art just told me it's not working out between the both of you.
Sorry, no hard feelings bra'
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June 12th, 2009 #20
Yeah Ramon I don't think Ricky Martin gives does anymore. Anyways I'm reading those books and doing the exercises. Let's see if after I read all the books and start drawing my own I improve in some way.
Slinky are you talking to me?
June 13th, 2009 #21
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June 17th, 2009 #22
Sorry for the late reply. I'm trying Crane thanks for posting here.
June 17th, 2009 #23
The title of your thread reminds me of a Homer Simpson quote:
"I don't want to be a wanna-be league bowler. I wanna be a league bowler!"
Guess I'll echo Crane's comment. Be an artist. Nothing's stopping you but you.
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June 18th, 2009 #24
Were you drawing before you made your conscious decision? Can we see it? It sounds like you decided to be an artist out of the blue?
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June 20th, 2009 #25
I draw but I miss the fundamentals. Here some drawings I have lying around.
This looks more like a dinosaur than a horse.
The heads of this two are quite messed up. I changed my signature after I drew the koala.
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