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April 28th, 2014 #1
Book for Sketching
Well once again I'm getting back into drawing, after have gone without drawing for a very long time Im very rusty(I was never great but now Im bockrottom).
All criticism, preferably constructive is appreciated.
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These sketches are especially messy, in future ill post cleaner stuff
April 29th, 2014 #3
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Hello plugturtle, in reply of your question, there isn't really a good method of doing studies. You can study anything you want, how you want it. More important is that you also learn the fundamentals of drawing. There is a plethora of tutorial video's on the internet for you to explore and learn from. I advise you to start doing fundamentals (e.g. perspective, anatomy, composition etc.) and build from there. Keep sketching, especially from life and through those imaginary studies. Learn how to shade, hatch, learn about color etc. really anything you can about this stuff. Treat it as you were to be a top athelete, do it everyday, never stop. This stuff really sounds cliché but you only get good by doing this all the time and devote your entire life to this. Thank you for viewing my stuff, welcome to CA and good luck!
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