Drawing advice, as it were.Today on Shrinemaiden.org, I was talking with a gentleman who was having trouble making progress with his art. That is, he was stagnating--drawing every day, yet not getting better. I guessed--correctly, as it turns out--that his problem was sameness. Line drawing, anime style, #2 pencil, day in, day out. How did I know? Because that used to be me.Drawing advice, as it were. by MaullarMaullar
Some artists can put pen to paper and draw from nothing, just put down a couple eyes and scrit-scrit-scrit, next thing you know, there's a cute girl where once there was naught but white space. That's not how I operate, and in my view it's not how beginners should learn.
We've all fantasized about being able to beam images straight from our mind onto paper. But if we could, we'd quickly find out that our mental images aren't as precise as we give them credit for. Why? Because our brains are wired to retain only enough information about an obje
Well, you were you expecting? Anyway, I'm Rahul, a person who's trying to improve his art in his spare time, but has a notorious habit of schedule slipping.|
My art isn't what people would call good, but I'm getting there. Getting there. I'll stop and laugh right now, okay?