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I'd love to see you pushing those studies and become amazing! Have grit and determination, and you can push your skill TO THE MAX.
Have fun with it! I'll be waiting to see more.
Keep drawing. And don't feel bad if the drawings/results you look for while drawing go wrong/look like crap/shit. We all learn from scratch and we have to go through phases of our careers where we suck like noobs Just embrace your errors/look up and keep pushing. Remember, the more screw ups you do in your pieces = the more room you have for improvement Keep it up and keep arting! i'll be following your sketchbook and watching you from now on
my advice to you is that you could skip color and values for now and focus on basic perspective rules.
Here is some food for your google bar - one point perspective, two point perspective, multiplying in perspective, mirroring.
If you have some spare cash, I recommend you get http://www.amazon.com/How-Draw-sketc...2318327&sr=1-1
Work hard, but also work smart. Good luck!
yup, you better do some perspective studies first or you'll stay on square one and not move an inch for a very long time.
It's better to learn boring stuff and get better than to draw awesome-like stuff and still not know the fundamentals coz once you learn, you can play with the knowledge and then really have fun.
yeah i understand, hopeffuly i get the time today.
In 1pp you should make your horzontal lines parallel with the horizon line and vertical lines perpendicular.
Also draw the whole construction of the cube, draw the inside lines that are not visible in real life - that gives you a good idea of the contstruction of any object in perspective.
A good idea is to practice clean one-stroke lines. Since you're working digitally that should be a piece of cake, just keep undoing until you get it right, line by line.
Before doing perspective studies you should take a minimum of 30min drawing just one-stroke straight lines. Drawing a good straight includes using your elbow to draw instead of your wrist. Thats because it's much harder to control the natural arcing of your wrist movement than controling movements from the elbow (and sometimes shoulder).
This excercise will build up your muscle memory and make you less prone to mistakes.
ok im back dramma production sure takes a lot of time
CUBE ATTAACCCK. Awesome. Keep it up!
im back and im struggling, heres a drawing of a face i gave up on because it just wasnt working
Id agree with working on your perspective studies for a while, really get a good foundation... learning how to see those basic shapes within 1 point/2 point etc will eventually allow you to see the more complex shapes like the human figure or the features of the face. You're on the right track! keep it up
I am struggling to get motivated, but hopefully reading some loomis might help, sigh why is art so hard ?