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    Kim Jung Gi - How?

    Hello,

    I'm confused about this vid about Kim Jung Gi
    Its mindblowing - its Insane - and I wanna draw like him...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RI-jn...&feature=share

    What are you people think about this?
    I've no words for this...
    can we discuss this?

    Oh yea - I'm new here and from belgium hi to ya all

    I think he is "sick" - I guess... I'm not tend to be insulting
    autism? Or is it a another way of seeing things?

    greets

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    Your link's broken to me.

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    True, link is broken...

    but you can find it easy when you search in youtube
    just typ Kim Jung Gi

    Good luk to ya all! its insane vid....

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    No better way to put people off your thread
    than not fixing a broken link and then telling
    them to search for the video.

    Here's one of his clips



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    Thumbs up

    Thanks!

    Yup thats the guy :-)

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    The answer seems to be one that crops up a lot in art: Practice, and devotion to your craft. He's become so comfortable working that this is all second nature to him, and if you put in enough time and effort it will be the same for you.

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    ^ yep

    if he just wakes up one day, picks up a pen and does all that without any prior experiences or trainings, that's when i will freak out.

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    Robot hands man, robot hands

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    If you're subbed to him on Facebook, you'll notice the frequency and volume of how much art he makes each day. That's how he does it, and with enough work you can do it too. That's basically all it is. No voodoo magic, no God-given gifts, no brain disorders or superhuman ability. Just a lot of hard work and the correct training.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coldfusion View Post
    Thanks!

    Yup thats the guy :-)
    It's been posted before.

    If you're too lazy to fix a broken link on your post, don't bother saying you want to draw like someone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeston View Post
    If you're subbed to him on Facebook, you'll notice the frequency and volume of how much art he makes each day. That's how he does it, and with enough work you can do it too. That's basically all it is. No voodoo magic, no God-given gifts, no brain disorders or superhuman ability. Just a lot of hard work and the correct training.
    I seriously doubt that, as training teaches one to layout and construct, and the vast majority of highly experienced artists that I have seen so far, follow this routine. Does anyone know how about age and training of this man?

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    Well this thread at least subbed me to a sweet artist on Facebook. He's got some really nice sketches.

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    He was born in 1975, he say he's drawing 3 hours per day.

    On the other hand I wish I could buy his sketchbook, but shipping is almost as expensive as book (almost 60USD as I remember?!). That's sad :I

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    Kim Jung Gi is pretty skilled. I think he did have correct training. Why do I think that? Right now Kim Jung Gi is subconsciously competent at what he does. And in order to be subconsciously competent, you can't skip the phase of being consciously competent. What does this all mean? Subconscious competent is when you no longer need to put in large amounts of effort to do something competently. Conscious competence is when you still need to try, or put in effort, to be competent.

    Also, you can't teach subconscious competence, or be there from the start. You get there from doing tons of practice; in fact that is the only thing that can push you from conscious competence to subconscious competence. Art training has to teach you how to be consciously competent, and can only teach you how to be consciously competent, there's just no other way of teaching. It's up to you to practice it enough for it to turn into subconscious competence, or as someone said before, second nature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coldfusion View Post
    I think he is "sick" - I guess... I'm not tend to be insulting
    autism? Or is it a another way of seeing things?

    greets
    ...This is a new one. I've never heard "I don't understand it so it must be autism" before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vineris View Post
    ...This is a new one. I've never heard "I don't understand it so it must be autism" before.
    But you've heard "I don't understand it so it must be talent" all the time, right?



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    Quote Originally Posted by vineris View Post
    ...This is a new one. I've never heard "I don't understand it so it must be autism" before.
    I guess he means those people who are autistic and can draw things straight from memory after seeing the thing once:

    I've seen couple documentaries about people like these.

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    replace "fractal drawing" with "Eidetic memory" or "super computer brain", guess how many people ask their loved one to hit them in the back of the head after seeing this ?

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