At 11/22/09 05:09 PM, kr8to wrote:
thank you. Jq-b. your very right. Don't confine yourself into one book and draw some kids running around the playground. Your only hurting yourself,
I'm not just confining myself to one book, or one method, I don't know why you are presuming what that. I'm looking in more than just one direction.
if you crawl out of this bunker that it sounds like you have build and started working harder i would be more then willing to share resources with you, whether it be books, artwork, tutorials, etc.
I also don't like that you are assuming I'm not working hard. It's really just insulting. You can go ahead and list and link away.
Dont compare yourself to the artwork on newgrounds, this isnt the epitome of artwork, not even close. Instead look at artists who worked on the concepts of famous movies like starwars, 300, etc. or people who did the artwork for video games. Or even successful illustrators who do their own thing and who appear to know allot about many subjects. Not just some lucky fella who found a rich fan.
I really disagree with this. Every artist is admirable. I can admire his animation technique because he is pretty skilled, I can go to an artist here and find their work beautiful and comparable to famous works. Expression and emotion is the epitome of art, and if I find that here then I'll indulge myself by staring in awe. These are my peers, we are in the same school, why aren't these people worth the time of day?
I also admire successful and skillful artist, some of my favourites are Alex Ross, Range Murata, and Jhonen Vasquez.