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    Zezaya (contest entry)

    I already submitted the entry as is, so I'm just wondering what to take on if I were to redo a similar concept. The anime/manga look...is not really intentional and I didn't notice it until I started coloring. I used to draw this kind of drawing a lot as a kid, but lost interest in the genre as I got older and sometimes the look just shows up.

    Thanks for your inputs.

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    Study anatomy. I know it's supposed to be stylized, but he/she could at least have equal legs. You need to learn it well to stylize it well.
    Also there are problems with 3-dimensionality of various elements and his/her leg doesn't interact with the ropes it's supposed to be resting on. And so on.

    So, in general observe more carefully the subject you're going to draw.

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    Rafal, what do you think is a good attitude to learning to draw?

    I've been a little conscious of my learning attitude since the day my teacher said that outlining/blocking in doesn't pave the way to learning anatomy, or anything else up to a low point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wakakin View Post
    Rafal, what do you think is a good attitude to learning to draw?
    Well, being open and not avoiding things (like say, "oops I can't draw X so I'll hide it/don't draw it") usually helps a lot. If your teacher has a suggestion how you can study better, ask him/her and give that method a try, and see if it works. Then try other methods and see if those work you too.

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    It's cute, but be sure to listen to these other guy's advice, they know what they're doing, and if they didn't then well, we'll all be in trouble.

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