I have started to do a little more drawing then i usaly do as i have relized how very important it is to me as a student game artist to learn to draw. So i have just started doing a few sketches here and there, been trying to draw my hands alot and my friends from photes. But i have had a few people say to me that I draw what i think i'm seeing not not really what i am seeing.
I have been reading abit of "drawing on the right side of the brain" which again talks alot about people draw what they think they see and not what they see. So what i really want to know is how do people get into this right mind set where they are able to draw what they are really seeing rather then what their brain is saying is there. Or any techniques that will train me to get into the habbit of drawing what i see.
Another quick thing, im sure there isnt much point in making a second thread. I was wonding if there where any helpful threads around which will give me a good basic understanding of human anatomy and how to structure my drawings when i try and lay out the general shape of my figures.