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i'm new here. i'm just a beginner to concept art. Until this time I just used to copy other drawings....
I just drew one of my concepts. I drew the Hindu god of snakes (known as Vaasuki). It's my 1st complete work. I also painted it in Photoshop. But I personally think this work didn't achieve the result I expected.
I want views from all of you....regarding my mistakes or whatever.
Hope you guys will help me.
The outline (inked):
The coloured one:
first mistake : you posted that in the wrong forum. Post it in "Work In Progress".:evilbat:
Hi there, welcome to ConceptArt, Radon
I would recommend U to study a bit more drawing, especially the human body. U can do this by go to nude figure study classes or buy a book in the subject. The link www.fineart.sk can also be helpful, aswell as the refence section here in CA.
U can also take part in the daily sketchgroup here at CA (DSG for short - U need IRC - asylumnet.org #sketch).
Try maybe to draw (loose sketches) about one hour a day - they say that gives improvement in a year.
If, judging by your style, U want to draw not-so-average people, maybe the marvel superhero drawing guides can be helpful too.
Once in a while - do a bigger thing, a project, drawing and color it in a few weeks.
And dont be afraid of copying - we all need crutches in the beginning.
U have just embarked on a jorney that U can travel all your life - nothing brings me joy and satisfaction like drawing.
Good luck :chug:
PS - repost this on Work in Progress - DS
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