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    I want to be stronger

    Hello, everyone, I'm from China and I was a undergraduate now, When I was 10 years old, I studied some children level painting lesson, and then I need to go to school, so no time to paint something, actually, I forgot that skill.
    And recently, I saw a animation movie, by Japanese, named "Koto no ha no niwa", umm... in English? maybe is "words in a yard"? haha, forgiving me my poor English, after this moive, I felt the scene was very beautiful and soft color, So I want to paint.
    Next day, I buy a digital panel form Internet and start my painting dream.

    so, everyday I will make some sketchs

    this is my first digital paint. I used 3 hours, my god...
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    there are 60s sketchs
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    You're a really good artist :3! keep it up, i really love the Ryuko piece

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    Thank you at all, I'll keep moving:3
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    You're a really good artist :3! keep it up, i really love the Ryuko piece


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    Today I just make some sketch, and I really don't know how to put some color in own style.
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    quick finish a じゃくずれ(jya ku zu re)
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    Hi, there!Welcome to CA. Nice stuff ! Really love the images in your first post. It's great that you're doing gesture studies. They help a lot in improving. Here's some help if you didn't know about it- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74HR59yFZ7Y I was very lost on gesture drawing for a long time. This helped a lot. I kinda stopped doing it for quite a long time. But will be getting back on it soon.
    Just a small suggestion, if you could keep post your images a bit smaller it'd be easy to look at. Right now I'd have to zoom out to get the whole image on screen. I'd say keep the longest side of your image around 700-800px more or less. Plus due to the lower image size the pages load faster & are easier to look at. Do keep sketching!

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    Thank you for your suggestion, umm... about the size of my images, Sorry about that, I'm using the A4 paper size to sketch. Next I will try a smaller one.
    And thanks again.
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    Hi, there!Welcome to CA. Nice stuff ! Really love the images in your first post. It's great that you're doing gesture studies. They help a lot in improving. Here's some help if you didn't know about it- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74HR59yFZ7Y I was very lost on gesture drawing for a long time. This helped a lot. I kinda stopped doing it for quite a long time. But will be getting back on it soon.
    Just a small suggestion, if you could keep post your images a bit smaller it'd be easy to look at. Right now I'd have to zoom out to get the whole image on screen. I'd say keep the longest side of your image around 700-800px more or less. Plus due to the lower image size the pages load faster & are easier to look at. Do keep sketching!


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    I watch a video about how to draw lips
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    Actually, I don't know how to draw the grass effectively.
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    I have a question that is casting the same much time to draw, draw a nice job or draw lots of bad job, which one helps me more?
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    To answer your question, it doesn't matter whether your drawings/paintings are good or bad, as long as you're learning, it's good. Sooner or later as you learn more & more all of your drawings/paintings will start to look good whether it's a 5min sketch or 7 hr painting.

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    Thank U, I got that, I will keep learning.
    Quote Originally Posted by Punkhead View Post
    To answer your question, it doesn't matter whether your drawings/paintings are good or bad, as long as you're learning, it's good. Sooner or later as you learn more & more all of your drawings/paintings will start to look good whether it's a 5min sketch or 7 hr painting.


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