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Artist // Traditional Art
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Favorite genre of music: heavy metal / rock / classical
Favorite style of art: baroque, renaissance, classical, fantasy, comic
Favorite books: Stephen King's Pet Sematary, Skeleton Crew, Night Shift
Favorite comics: Grant Morrison's Batman, Mirage Tmnt, Klaus

Favourite Visual Artist
Rembrandt, Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Da Vinci, Bernini, Rodin, Frazetta, Neal Adams, Bisley
Favourite Movies
Night of the Living Dead / Dawn of The Dead / Evil Dead II / Army of Darkness / Star Wars / Conan The Barbarian / The Big Lebowski / Young Frankenstein
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Black Sabbath / Megadeth/ Danzig / Van Halen / David Bowie / King Diamond / Type_O_Negative / Beethoven / Bach
Favourite Writers
Stephen King / Grant Morrison / Chuck Dixon / Peter Tomasi
Favourite Games
Dead Rising 1 / Dead Rising 2 / Dead Rising 3 / Arkham Asylum
Favourite Gaming Platform
xbox one

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BronxBrothersProfessional Filmographer
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Holy crap your art is perfect for studying and practicing. Thank you so much for making so many anatomy tutorials and just generally showing how you crafted most of your drawings!
myconius Traditional Artist
thank you so much for the kind words. :) 
i'm happy you were able to get something from my studies.
Didn't say nothing you didn't deserve! Not enough people show their process and your technique is a really great way for someone with little experience to build something decent.
myconius Traditional Artist
thanks again! :)
over the years i was very fortunate to have the opportunity to learn from some very good instructors. even after my art education ended i continued to study and practice.

some very important things to always keep in mind are-
-build a good simple understanding of the basics (structure, proportion, perspective, anatomy)
-learn how to break down any form into basic shapes (keep it geometric, keep it simple)
-learn to draw loose (don't be afraid to draw sketchy)
-don't worry if a drawing doesn't come as you'd hoped (it's all just practice)
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Thanks for faving! :heart:
myconius Traditional Artist
you're welcome! :)