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This is the first piece of art i've submited and im looking to get scouted, there will be more drawings but if you think this one could make it then scout me if not tell me how i could improve
Thanks to all who checked out my art
You need to have at least 4 pieces of art uploaded to even be eligible for scouting. Also, do not ask to be scouted :O
Check the wiki and Ornery's Handy Dandy Scouting Guide for more details.
Until then, feel free to make a 'showcase' thread here in the art forum, and introduce yourself or ask questions in the lounge.
Have fun! :D
At 2/3/13 06:02 PM, Maltos wrote: you think this one could make it
First read this: Orns Scouting guide
After that, start practicing, a lot.
I would step away from digital art and get some pencils and some paper and try that. Work on the basics and foundation exercises.
This means a lot of drawing basic shapes and lines. Start studying from life. draw live people and and still life objects.
Pick up the book Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain. It'll teach you alot about viewing the world through "Artist Eyes" and really help you improve.
If you can, get in an art class. If your still in high school or middle school, then this would be a great time to get a basic art class. Try and enroll in a art class at your local community college or university. Listen to the teachers and try and get some good lab and study time in.
Draw every day if you can, and try to do drawing exercises often.
Here is a sight with some good beginner course tutorials. Draw space.
Read them. Study them. Do them. They'll help.
Good luck and stick around here. If you are really willing to improve the many folks around here are pretty good at helping out new artist.
At 2/3/13 06:17 PM, Kinsei01 wrote: posts just under the wire!
Damn you kinsei *shakes fist* lol :P