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Artist // Hobbyist // Traditional Art
  • Aug 2, 1987
  • Russia
  • Deviant 5 years
  • He / Him
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manpencilHobbyist Traditional Artist
Your art is great!! Keep it up I also have figure drawing Design and invention. What is your process to keep going?
tulvitHobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you!
For me, it's just some kind of a positive habit which I try to maintain.
manpencilHobbyist Traditional Artist
What books do you use to learn drawing from?
tulvitHobbyist Traditional Artist
During the 1st year of drawing, I've read these ones:
- Betty Edwards, "Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain"
- Bert Dodson, "Keys to Drawing"
- Brenda Hoddinott and Jamie Combs, "Drawing for Dummies"
- Andrew Loomis, "Fun With a Pencil"
- Michael Hampton, "Figure Drawing: Design and Invention"
- Giovanni Civardi, "Drawing Portraits: Faces and Figures"
- Ernest Norling, "Perspective Made Easy"
- Kimon Nicolaides, "The Natural Way to Draw"
- Andrew Loomis, "Drawing the Head and Hands"
- Nicholas Lee, "Fundamentals of educational academic drawing" (it's in Russian)

And as for the following years, I can mention such authors as Glenn Vilppu ("Drawing manual"), Scott Robertson (on shading), Jack Hamm (seascapes/landscapes).

The most valuable youtube channel (on academic drawing): 
www.youtube.com/user/WwwSkulpt… (but it's Russian).

And recently I've attended to an online college of fine arts, but it's Russian only too.
Starfire-ProductionsHobbyist Traditional Artist
Baby Groot thanks you for the llama :)
tulvitHobbyist Traditional Artist
You're welcome!
Peace. It's not enough to become a good artist, at least to me. What's next after you've become a good artist? Besides being an even better artist?

Keep it up!