At 6/29/11 07:17 PM, RyanBustersword123 wrote:
you have superior drawing skills for a 14 on a computer, i think you should start animating in flash...try getting the trail version
thank you! i'm just getting used to it but there are and were better 14 year olds like fifty-50 who is now fifteen. i love to animate i use pencil for now and i did some tests
At 6/29/11 07:26 PM, Kashi wrote:
I cannot believe you just drew on that textbook.
In other news, I think it'd be good if you posted some completed pieces
i was preparing for my math exam, but i wasn't not really i was drawing out of frustration. yes i will try to post some completed pieces but later.
At 6/29/11 11:31 PM, Iamsofuckingcool wrote:
I love your stuff, especially the text book.
One time I took a text book and totally vandalized it because the teacher was putting me outside for no reason. I wasn't even talking just sitting there doing my work and BAM outside for the entire period. So I wrote
On 100 pages.
it was the last day of school so no one even opened up the books, when the bell rang I walked inside and put up the book. I put it up under some empty desk and walked away from the hall with my stuff smiling really hard. I wonder what he's going to say when some kid opens it up.
thank you! thats a nice story you got there!
At 6/30/11 04:31 AM, J-qb wrote:
This is actually pretty okay for a starter. Don't worry about the hair too much; its one of the most difficult things to draw. One thing that might help you is if you decide to either use lines OR use soft shading; At the moment you are trying to combine two different methods which both have their own difficulties... you're making it hard on yourself.
I can see you made a start of this in the deep shadows, but you should probably try thinking in areas rather than lines; dark parts often form along a line but don't follow it exactly, they might be wider in some places etc.
Another more general thing I suggest you do, since you are new to digital painting, is to just get familiar with different brush settings; do some simple shading exercises (a ball, a cube etc.).
One last remark: if you draw your art on paper that isnt suited for it (lined paper); it shows that you don't respect your art, making it hard for other poeple to do so.
yes you are right. it is a little hard and confusing for me to to get the desired effects i want. shading exercises might do me better, thank you.
about your last remark, those drawings were made in class. you see if there is a pencil or pen in my hand and a paper in front of me i find it rather hard not to draw but lately I've developed a habit of carrying a file with plain paper in it.
thank you for your time everybody!