I may be interested, even if just for one month. I have noticed that I'm getting fairly good at the little details but the bodies never come out right. I'm going to consider this, are there any special requirements or equipment you would need?
thats why i invited you. Your art is anime this is real human anatomy classes. Loomis theory and all. Its alot you can learn, pride is the biggest downfall of artists that keep them on the same lvl. Everyone can learn from anyone. Keep your mind open
thank you very much for the offer, but i am teaching myself for. i simply do not have the time to invest in such a class at the present time. additionally, the art that i post is not the only things i draw. i do often sketch poses based on "real humans," but i do not post that as i do not find it necessary. please do not assume such things and expect me to pay for this class.
Okay im sorry please forgive me , Im not here to insult anyone or assume anything. This class is open for anyone who wants to draw figures or just needs a push or whatever the case maybe, if you dont want to take it your not obliged to, its just an offer anyway right
Cool but you should try to do this around breaks or something because many people who are beginner artist(or artist in general) are still in school and have to worry about their school work.(like me) So not many people would be open for this kind of thing. I have money just don't know if I would be able to keep this up.
some people feel its insulting , it happens all the time you see it on critiques alot as well. Rather then embracing their art constructive criticism as well as help is never a bad thing. It'll allow you to grow faster if artists drop their pride
Oh yes the critiquing. I admit that I can feel a little upsetted at times when someone points out a flaw I did not notice in a piece that I worked hard on.
There is that rollercoaster of feeling going up feeling proud of something, to having someone point out the flaws to you, going down then that is all the artist can see, the flaws. Its a disappointing deflated feeling. lol.
But yes you have to swallow your pride and learn from it. If you can see the flaws in your current work, then you will be better equipped to prevent them in the future.
Don't spam people's inboxes. Also, I'm not your target audience. I'm a writer primarily, doing some concept work on some of my stuff, so while I'd love to do better with my art, its more laziness than lack of being able to work better from reference materials I already have.