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Generic Drawing Advice for Budding Art StudentsHey everyone! First I'd like to say thank you for all the kind messages and mail. I'm happy myGeneric Drawing Advice for Budding Art Students by FUNKYMONKEY1945
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I've been getting a lot of questions on how to study art in a more efficient manner. Hopefully my advice
will help but it will ultimately come down to mileage. I can go on and on but I'll keep it concise
1.) Make sure that you draw with a purpose. Meaning; don't just draw. Have a goal in mind.
One example I give to students; especially in a quick pose is that there's no way you can get everything
in lets say 5 min. Be very clear about what you are working on. Gesture, shape, proportion, form, lighting etc..
that's too much to juggle in a short amount of time. Pick 1-2 ideas at first. Example: In 2 min work on
proportion ( ERIC ) and gesture ( Second focus ). If in that time you have managed to get the proportion correct but the
gesture suffered a bit; you have still succeeded in your tas
Hey everyone, my name is Sam Peterson, and I also go by Untouched24 on conceptart.org|
I'm an artist trying to improve and learn, and am interested in concept art and fantasy illustration.
You can see my progress in my online sketchbook on conceptart.org
which goes back to June of 2008.
And my old DA which goes back a few months before the sketchbook.
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