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Thread: Meet Francis
February 17th, 2010 #1
Hello, I've been recommended many to try and post my art on these forums. From childhood I've wanted to be an artist because I believe that's the only thing I'm truly good at.
Here's a link to a completed video sketchbook that I've posted on Youtube
Do I have potential to be a better artist?
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Hey I checked out your vid your work is very stylised, I like the look. I would say you definately have potential yes, but im probably not the best for advice since im a bit young and new also. If theres one thing I could say it would be to just keep drawing everyday.
That squirrel is cute as well haha
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July 1st, 2010 #5
During my 30 day Photoshop CS5 Trial, I made some attempts at speed painting. Like a normal person, the most experience I have with digital art is scanning pencil work and using the paint bucket tool. So as you can tell with these next pieces, they aren't exactly the most finished things. I can't truly blame the software(even if it has a WEE bit of a contributing factor) but I blame myself for not spending more time practicing doing this. :11:
Well, here's what I've done over my monthly try-but-can't buy session of CS5
Bah, I don't do art enough. Either I get distracted of I just lose interest. I feel as if I'm getting worse at it. I think it's just me doing all these experiments I seeing bad results, but I'm supposed to learn form my mistakes right? I'm frustrated. :57: If there is a way to not feel this sense of unfulfillment, please don't hesitate to tell me how.
July 1st, 2010 #6
holy hell my picture are big!
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