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    how do i change my username? and free porn keys!!

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    haha. but seriosuly.. the REAL reason why i made this thread.
    Alot of the time when i don't draw, them horrible months of non drawyness..
    i obviously aern't drawing drawy goodness in these months right.. ya following?! ok kool.

    As these past, and i finally put pencil to paper, pointer to photoshop and pubes to sandwich i find i am alot better than i was before the months of non drawy goodness kicked in and i'm am SHOCKED! i say, i say i am shocked!! someone has nicked my sandwich!.. wait no.. i mean, where did i suddenly get better while NOT drawing lead goodness on thin woody goodness?

    so i come to ASK! does this happen to anyone else? is it some sorta thing that happens with teh mind through the month of non drawy goodness? is it that thick brownish green soup i ate in the toilet shaped thing in my bathroom? or maybe is it some sorta timeflux making me the god of drawing without drawing!?! some awnser with be rewarded with pubes of your choice!

    Notice: pubes INC are not responisible for sweating, headaches, itching, machine gun shit or death of your favourite lice that dwells in your pants.

    Crit for a crit!

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    Thats false advertisement... i want my porn keys.

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    too much talk and not enouph porn. Bad form.

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    jeez, you guys are never happy... and lord blue... again..

    in awnser to your question on the other thread.. no i am not local.. and i'm taken, so butt off biatch!! wo yaaaa!

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    Ive personally never stopped doing art for that long, but yeah, I will go thru periods of doing different types of art, such as sculpture and 3d, when I come back to ye olde pens and pencils I notice a certain improvement. My thoughts on this:

    Everyone has a process that works for them, when you draw for a long time you start to experiment to improve and change your process. This can lead to stiffness and more importantly lack of confidence. So, you quit and throw your sketchbooks in the closet and play video games for a few weeks untill you forget why you stopped drawing.. Then when you pick the books back up your drawing with fresh confidence and maybe only a slightly modified (improved) process. Make sense?

    My current process:
    1. Get Drunk
    2. Draw
    3. Pass out

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    Have you come into contact with a lot of lead lately? A lot of the old great dead artists suffered from lead poisoning, i've read. Maybe it's related.

    I'd do some blood work if i were you.

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    Do you really speak like that??? Well, from what i gather i think it has alot to do with the fact that when you pick up the pencil after not have drawn anything for a long period of time you want to draw and create something so you put special TLC into it... also i think it has to do with maturing... thats a huge factor i believe..

    Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt_Waggle
    I will go thru periods of doing different types of art, such as sculpture and 3d, when I come back to ye olde pens and pencils I notice a certain improvement.
    I think it might be that certain skills are transferable between different branches of art.


    For example learning to draw/paint should help you with say, composition for a 3d render, learning to sculpt in traditional materials should help with modelling, knowledge of photography/cinematography should be handy for composition and/or animation and use of 3d apps with their limitless potential for creating bizarre lighting conditions etc will likely teach you something about light sources,shadows etc that you can apply in more traditional areas.

    There is no such thing as useless knowledge and everything helps everything else.

    Maybe.

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    yeah, of course I agree.. 3d has helped me render things better in 2d and 2d has helped me very much in the anatomy of my 3d characters. Im glad to be doing both because If one frustrates me I can jump to the other and still flex my art muscles, hehe

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    I know exactly what you mean, the driving force behind my oil painting thread in "Fine Arts" was that I'm sick of edgeloops, UVs and polycounts this month, I just want to splash paint about for a bit.

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    I also have this experience, though I've never refrained from drawing for such long periods, longest beeing a week at which point I'm going screeming bonkers .
    I've reasoned before that it's because drawing is for a large portion based in your head, not just in the hand. Even when you are not physically drawing, you keep thinking about these things, become more aware of aspects etc, which thens manifests itself when you draw again. Even though you are not improving your art skills by practice, you still learn and evolve in other fields which may not be obviosuly connected to art, but still influence your growth in that area.

    Hope that made sense, it's late, and I'm consuming beverages

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    It did make sense to me (but then I am also consuming beverages..), I find that even if I'm not actually doing anything art related I'm looking at shadows, how light bounces of an object or figure, that kinda thing.

    Because of my (limited) experience with 3d and painting I find myself always analyzing things and trying to work out where the lightsources are etc.

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    For me I see that it happens alot. I don't know how, nor do I know why but it does and when it does I say to my self, what a wonderful world, lol. most likely I just think to myself and say dude!!! when the frig did this happen?

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    I think it's a matter of focus. At those two different times your focusing on how to draw differently.

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