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July 19th, 2014 #1
Keeping Art Alive in Medicine
I've been a long-time lurker of this place. But until now I've never had the guts to dive into the community.
I am a 23 year old in medical school, but my true love is for making art, and this has only grown. Even though I find myself having less and less time for it. I've always been rather saddened that I haven't been allowed an opportunity to formally study art, and as years pass I cringe when I think about how much I don't know, and how that lack of knowledge is stopping me from getting any better properly. It's discouraging but I have no plans of letting go of maybe the one thing that gets me passionate.
I hope you guys can help me better myself, even if only a little bit, even if slowly. I have been drawing on-and-off (more off than on to be honest) the past years without much direction considering the demands of medicine. There is much I want to know, and I am looking forward to anyone here willing to drop me nuggets of advice and guidance. I am excited to meet all of you .
The attached image is a drawing I made for an aunt sometime last year. She wanted something for her thesis cover and I jumped at the opportunity to make something amidst a busy and stressful school year.
Last edited by Arishandera; July 19th, 2014 at 10:47 AM.
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I tend to draw animals/creatures more comfortably than people. But learning how to draw them properly is one of the top things I want to accomplish! The attached images are doodles I currently have on my computer.
I intend to post more recent sketches as soon as I am able to scan them. I am making an effort to keep a physical sketchbook with me in an attempt to snatch free doodling times as they come.
July 20th, 2014 #3
Some dragon sketches. I need to warm up more, it's been a long time!
July 20th, 2014 #4
Sup dude like your dragon sketches! If you need some cool dragons to look at check out the Monster Hunter Dragons and creatures. They are awesome!
Anyway looking forward fo new drawing of yours b
July 20th, 2014 #5
why not use a sketchbook during your medical school, i thing it's can be interesting.
When you can of course but you'll learn a lot observing life
The Owls are nice, keep going!
July 20th, 2014 #6
Thanks I found those little critters such a joy to doodle!
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The dragons are good. I think a way of creating more believable fantasy creatures would be to study real life reptiles and incorporate their designs into your dragons. For instance look at this majestic creature -
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July 25th, 2014 #10
Haha thanks for the encouragement Bri! I have a tendency to default to doodling dragons aimlessly. Been a bit preoccupied in sorting enrolment stuff the past days but I do have the whole day tomorrow to relax at home and sketchsketchsketch