Hello there fellow deviants,
Perspective is probably one of the most difficult concepts in art to grasp. I suppose pretty much everyone has or has had problems with it, even some more experienced artist. I can tell you I'm not exception to that. Even thought I wasn't extremely bad at drawing, it still took me 6 years to even figure out where I needed to work on before I could address the deeply rooted issues I had.
I have basically based all of my artistic understanding on perspective and 3D. Although I can't say I'm perfect in my execution, by looking my gallery you can see that pretty much all of my drawings tries to convey the feel of de
I tried drawing my OP tabletop character Maya and her symbiotic octopus Tako.
She is a pirate that has accidentally joined the Marines. 17 years old and her pirate nakamas were killed by a pirate hunter, she was the only survivor and the hunter is still looking for her.
While oppressing her feelings she gets into trouble with the brotherhood. Some cool looking Marines saves her ass and she clings onto them like a band-aid. Literally stickning to one of them. They drag her along since they couldn't physically ditch her. She had no idea that going with them would actually get her into more trouble....
She has eaten the devilfruit attach-atta