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May 5th, 2004 #1
Can anyone redo this...
I am such a horrible artist, but I know that everyone else are masters at concepts. Here is the picture:
Horrible aint it.
Please do whatever with it to make it look good. Remake it if you want. I will be picking some to host on my site. You WILL be credited if used.
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no one wants to do it. :eek: I'm to go into a corner and die now.
May 5th, 2004 #3Registered User
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Not to sound like an asshole, but there is nothing to redo here. It's too generic to use as a basis for a character, and too simple to use it as a pose for a character. Just keep practicing, you'll get better.
May 5th, 2004 #4
I guess so.
May 5th, 2004 #5
More specifically, start drawing from real life. You have to know how to draw what you see with your eyes before you can draw what you make up in your head.
And most especially focus on figure drawing and perspective.
May 5th, 2004 #6
Is there a website for people who are starting out sketching. Which includes what paper to use or what pencils to use at times.
May 5th, 2004 #7Registered User
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paper and pencil dont matter, draw with and on whatever you want (i use a4 size computer paper and a mechanical pencil). go to www.fineart.sk for some figure and anatomy drawing. study the loomis books like theyre your god
May 5th, 2004 #8
Where would I find a4 pencils or the like?
May 5th, 2004 #9Registered User
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You can find A4 paper anywhere.. practice with different types of pencil until you find something you like. I sketch with a ballpoint pen sometimes, so you can try that too.
Just like Yutani and Vertrucio said, just draw stuff you see. Practice drawing headphones, cups, other people, family members etc. Try different techniques when drawing shadows and stuff like that. Im no pro, but I can tell you that drawing at least a sketch a day will improve your skill.
But if you really want to improve your drawing... focus on drawing real life things before you start drawing your ideas.
Fire up a thread in the daily sketchbook section and add at least a sketch a day, then after a few weeks see if you notice a difference.
Hmmm... looks like I have a lot of time on my hands.. id better get back to sketching
May 5th, 2004 #10
I'm scared I might draw something disturbing. But I will do what you say.
May 5th, 2004 #11
May 5th, 2004 #12
I was just kidding. I love drawing anything I can think off. I just have to harness it.