No Other Words - Part ThirtyI don't want to imagine a world without friendship, support, respect and love!No Other Words - Part Thirty3 years ago in Personal More Like This
This is the reason for I started this feature, for all my Watchers and Friends and now it's time to start again!:icontruesmiles:
It's a big project but I hope I will manage and most of all I hope you will like all the beautiful works of this wonderful Artists.
I'm grateful to all of you and each of you, brought in my soul a gleam of joy.:iconhugglesplz:
Another wonderful gift I received some time ago is from a very nice Lady who draws very beautiful :icontruesmiles:
I love all the drawings you made for me and thank you very much once again, my dear Lady!:iconhugglesplz::iconwhiteroseplz:
Red suns.... by MeLinFrance Fil en coeur.... by MeLinFrance Pour mon ami Tian... by MeLinFrance :iconMeLinFrance:
What to Work On... Part One: AnatomyI glanced at roughly 20-30 rejected galleries. And I started to notice a trend. There was a deficiency in knowledge of anatomy. People think they can cheat it, people think they can use coloring skills to hide it. But the problem is, that when you attempt to cheat anatomy, the only way you can do so reliably is to actually KNOW what you're cheating. And hiding it, well, when you're submitting for a job, the first thing the bosses will note is hands and feet. How well do you draw them? How well do you understand them? This is no joke. Hands and feet are the dead giveaway.What to Work On... Part One: Anatomy7 years ago in Personal More Like This
Now the problem is, how does one go about learning anatomy? Nothing out there will make up for taking an actual life drawing class, but having some good "teachers" via books and sometimes videos and guides is very useful... There are tons of really bad books on anatomy. But there are some
7 Tips To Instantly Become A Better ArtistPractice, practice, practice. Gah.7 Tips To Instantly Become A Better Artist3 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
Attend life drawing classes over the summer. Blegh.
Take a sketchbook with you everywhere you go, and fill up ten of those bad boys at the coffee shop. Pfft.
Let's be honest here. We all want to become better artists, like, right frickin' now. We don't even want to have to suffer through hour-long tutorials of some pompous snooty hack bloviating over the intricate methods of drawing eyes on YouTube. We want progress, we want improvement, and we want it on our desk in ten minutes ago!
Fine, fine, I hear ya'. While these aren't going to make an instant Leonardo da Vinci out of you, these might get you up to...ehh...Basquiat caliber. Sure, I've made tutorials, but those are more about setting up Photoshop for the sake of coloring an image, and not so much building yourself artistically. Those are more technical lessons. Artistically