Tip of the Day: the StruggleLearn to enjoy the struggle. Our most memorable goals we achieve in our lives are always extra special because of the many hardships we had to endure before succeeding. Those memories will be some of your fondest when you're successful. So take sometime to live in the moment and enjoy the struggle before achieving bigger and better things.
Sending positive vibes to you all!
ASKtheARTIST: Interview with ElephantWendigo<thefluffyshrimp> Welcome to ASKtheARTIST. My name is *thefluffyshrimp and today I have the great privilege to interview =ElephantWendigo, an incredibly talented artist and creator of many beautiful works.ASKtheARTIST: Interview with ElephantWendigo3 years ago in Scraps More Like This
<thefluffyshrimp> Thank you for presenting us with this opportunity to interview you, ElephantWendigo.
<ElephantWendigo> Hi everybody! It's a pleasure to be here!
<thefluffyshrimp> ~kkunkitty asks "Where do you get your inspiration?"
<ElephantWendigo> Oh, this is a really hard question, and it needs time to reply but I'll try to summarize. I love to be inspired by music, and from fashion photography. Also I have many favourite
How To Draw: Tips + PointersHow To Draw: Tips & Pointers for the Beginning ArtistHow To Draw: Tips + Pointers10 years ago in Scraps More Like This
After being asked countless amounts of questions for a good portion of this year I've decided it would be nice to put together somewhat of a 'tutorial' on drawing, or at least on how to get started for those beginners out there that find themselves staring at their hands thinking 'wtf do I do now?' This will come in parts in journal form first, and afterward I might compile them all and actually submit it as a tutorial deviation with photos and such. For now, just journal writing, though.
The below information will be most useful to those looking to get into more realistic ventures rather than animated ones, because that's what I do... and that's what I know. If you're looking for help with anime and such this might not be all that useful to you.
Okay. Here we go.
I want to draw but I have no idea where to start:
Start from two very important points. 1. What you love and find intriguing. 2. What you know. You may be th