At 4/19/11 05:10 AM, silversunned wrote:
Agreed with Turkey, Move on! get something new up!
nah I only draw at the weekends so no new stuff until then
just including a steyr AUG drawing that was very lightly referenced (based on a small picture from a huge-ass gun encyclopedia) but I made it like in the 9th grade so that's 2-3 years from now. Maybe it shows that I can picture a gun without "stealing". I hope you guys do understand that until I have not yet entered college with serious fine art down to business, I don't have to have people or guns posing at me any time I have a need to draw (not to say I haven't drew still life back when I was artschooler but I can't afford such possibilities at home)
But really, I kinda hate technical drawing, I always get frustated when I have to mess around with small details. Drawing something where I can shade instead of detail (people, compositions etc.) is way more appealing.
Since I started typing, may I ask a question. How can I train myself to be more accurate at picturing proportions? Like when I have photo on computer screen and paper beneath my hand, what is the good way to get correct sizes of things on that paper (not too small, big, narrow, or wide face, not too big or small eyes etc.)