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    HEROIC's Back to LiFe< Lazy Girls > |28.08.06|

    Hello Every One,
    Its been a while i've been here in the forume, i read so many great posts, so many great drawings and sketches from great people.

    I just started Drawing in a month, its pretty cool, i really like it.

    ive never liked to draw , i used to hate drawing and painting and find it boring, but its MY LIFE NOW
    my drawings are really crap, im gonna show u some of em that i did in the passed month.


    SEE THE MOST RECENT WORKS IN THE LAST PAGE


    Hope like it! ^^"

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    hehe,, thats is for today,
    OK,, now,,, am waiting for da comments!!!!!
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    i really don't know what to say....keep practicing....
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    Once you understand what the word "stupid" means - age is no longer a valid excuse for being that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MuffinMan

    i really don't know what to say....keep practicing....
    Just don't bother..

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    Heroic, hey man.

    So we got your first posts hey, i say it's not bad at all for someone who just started. You should see some of the work that comes out of fundies down here in Sheridan. It's really late, ill comment some more later but from what i see, you should let go the fantasy stuff just a bit, try to work on anatomy. If you want to get the shapes right, don't copy off super heros or marvls or game stuff..they usualy are way off the actual good stuff to learn, plus youre just copying whats been done way too many time.

    I know it's hard to find some good places for models but try some old anatomy books, they usualy very good in general.. if youre into analysing, better off copying those. Then later on when you get the grip you can start doing your own fantasy. Just a way to do it better i think.

    Ill catch you later man... it's 1 am and i got tons of things to do/post/etc..

    keep up man

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    Yep, Roger what Alex (softdrawer) posted.


    Keep looking at books, real people, construct things and learn proportions first. Details....it can come later.....I've learned it this way before but never really enforced on me till I came to Sheridan....don't go into details too early. Build up your picture bit by bit, start from the frame (anatomy studies) and then the little details.

    Keep em coming.


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    hey alex,

    I just found out that i got to start from Basics not jumping way too much and copying, i showed my drawings to a friend in library and he told me the same u said,, it just passed away my mind cause the only thing i was thinking about was, what should i do next,?

    Now i undrestand what do i have to do, i gotta start from basics, and i got the stuff to do it, and i got plenty of time, so better not to lose it.

    i got like 5 or 6 books on Anatomy and lifedrawings from the library today.

    Im gonna try the anatomy stuff by tomorrow morning, from the pics it looks pretty cool, cant wait to read it, its too late now, 1:30am,,

    thx for helping man. U know, im so lucky that i found u guys, specialy the sheridan students, and so many other artist here,, cause if i didnt know, i just dont know what crappy experience i would have after 1.5 hears, just wasting my time.
    Thx Softdrawer,darth massacre
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    I recognized Alex immediately.

    Desire is the primary ingredient to learning a skill and drawing is definately a skill, so I'd say you have everything you need: desire, pencil, paper, and a sandwhich when you get hungry (you do have a sandwhich, don't you?).

    There are several books which can take you along a structured path and many seem very good (my path was devoid of structure), if you wanted to go that way. If not, there's an exercise which seems boring and pointless, but is actually really useful (and can be cool). Take a couple sheets of paper and practice drawing lines. Make them straight and consistant, swoopy with varied line weight, thick and heavy, and thin and narrow, but make each line its own entity (not back and forth or sketchy). The first order of business in drawing is lines. When you get comfortable with the tools (lines), you can really concentrate on where they go, since giving them the approriate weight will come naturally. Take about 15 minutes a day to do nothing but line work (then draw what you want). It's a fairly good warm-up (like streching prior to running) and you'll be stunned in a couple weeks at how much better your drawings are.

    You're on your way. I look forward to seeing your progress.
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    dogfood- thats a very good idea man, i didnt think drawing has a warm up too. lol

    i think i got what u said, its a very good suggestion, i got some books, but im gonna go to library again and check out for more.
    can u plz draw an example of the warm up as you said, for da lines, and upload it. So i'll be sure i undrestood the right thing.
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    hey hey,,
    I just finished reading the book, it was awsome,, the human anatomy is great, its amazing.

    these are some stuff i worked today, and there are some stuff i did at school.

    um, i've got a question, does it matter if i do some drawings from objects too along learning the anatomy and proportions?,, cause u know, they are not that much complicated. There are lots of things around here i wanna draw, but i think maybe its not the time or,, ehh

    For this one, i saw the character's face from a different view, like prespective, then i draw its front view.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dogfood
    I recognized Alex immediately.
    huh?

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    Hey, yeah it's good to see that you want to learn.. and you're getting there man. Kepp on doing the same, analyse all the time.. ask yourself some questions as how to create good illusions and how to reander things so they look real. Push always.. get books of professionals and try to find out why they do it in certain ways and what does it give to them. How is it a good technique and how they manage to succeed with it. There are soo many alternatives and options to creation that you can achieve. Just so as much as you can, at one point you'll find your own style/technique and point of interest, then you'll know what you wanna do in school (Sheridan perhaps or any of your other choices).

    Just try to always find drawing fun and creative.. if you ever feel down and think you cant create anymore, youre wrong.. theres -always- stuff to draw no matter what. You could draw the same figure over 10000 times and the 10001th time it'd be better and you would of learned something new. trust me. Great artists have been drawing since ever and keep on doing it. It's a matter of finding your passion in art, a goal perhaps. Then everything else comes into place by itself.

    Hope that helps a bit,

    If you have any more specific questions..

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    Hey, Soft, good advice. (The bottom piece in the first post is Alex, from Half-Life 2.)

    Heroic, this is a pretty poor example of a quick line exercise (a littel more than half a sheet), making the lines smooth and controlling their direction (sometimes) and weight. Some of these can be pretty tough, but you will see the pay-offs. Once you can control your lines, you will have far more confidence and increase your ability to draw what you want to draw.
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    You know, I think I need to go back to doing this. It's been years and I'm getting sloppy again.
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    Softdrawer- thx for the advice man. As soon as i get to library i'll do it. I have the desire and passion to do it, and i have everything(even the sandwich). SO i better go for some shopping. Different pencils, and an skethch book.

    dogfood- thx for the example man. its gonna be boaring in the first but im sure it helps.

    um,, can anyone give a little help for buying some stuff i need for drawing,, and their brands, cause i dont have any idea about it.
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    Materials are immaterial. During his life drawing course, people would stand behind Frank Frazetta and gush over his work, offering to buy his "magic" pencils. He turned to his neighbor in wonder, perplexed why anyone would want his no-name pencil stubs (the erasers were even gone!).

    Some folks will recommend mechanical pencils (which maintain an even sharpness), while others will tell you to use only Devine Majesty brand pencils, kept sharp with the finger nail of a Vestal Virgin. It's all bunk; simply others' preferences. It's usually best to experiment as much as possible, determining what suits you best by trial and error. That way, you not only get what is best for you, personally, but you also get the mileage (and it's all about the mileage). Books are a good place to start. They will explain some of the common uses and effects of the various media. From there, it's all up to you.

    Get crackin'!
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    hey,,
    hmm,, lets see what did i learn today,
    FUN,, all fun!,,, bad i got to go to a party.

    Enjoy,, and dont forget da comments

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