At 1/27/13 04:45 PM, KiwiSundae wrote:
Thanks for the advice Otto, however, I am already too used to this. Besides, I usually manage to differentiate the details of objects I draw. I will at least give this a try to see if it helps, but as I see it, it's only the sketch, which will be edited on the computer, and I have not had any major issues so far, so I might as well just keep doing what I'm doing. But again, I will give this a shot some time to see if it works.
Okay it's a shame you've reacted in this way, I want you to know that it's never too late to do something a better way. Trust me. Don't settle for what you have now. Don't you want better art?
Also, the sketch is almost the most important bit. Why do you think being a storyboard artist is an actual job? Because the sketched foundations are the most important bit. The first bit of any drawing or painting is the hardest part if you're doing it properly, because it requires the most thought. The details should be the relaxing, easy bit. You might not be having issues, I believe that, but.. well, I've made my case.
Please post your tests here! Also this isn't some magic technique that you just test to see the results once or twice, this is a revolution in everything you create - or at least, it was to me.