She looks really cool!
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She looks really cool!
The hair doesn't look right. Its too lumpy.
Bro your work just keeps stunning me every time. Great work man.
Dude, i just... UGH... where do i begin, OK... I'm loving your work more and more with everything that you put out, not trying to offend the gods, but you (in my opinion) are starting to get to the Shadman's level of awesome art. Your work is really starting to make me want to get back into drawing. but i'm more of a background artist, i don't know maybe ill try to work on my humans.... that's the weirdest sentence i've ever written... Anyways, i'm loving your work, great job!
Thanks dude. I say start as soon as possible. Whether it's backgrounds or characters, the future you from a year from now would appreciate having developed those drawing skills.
All of your art is just so amazing! Wish I could even begin to draw girl and other things half as good as you. If you don't mind me asking what program do you use? How'd you learn? Where do you get inspiration from? refer to for anatomy? Again your art is so amazing. But hey, I get it if you don't want to give away your secrets.
First of all thank you and holding back secrets is whack. Anyway, I use Photoshop Cs4 for my art, but there are cheaper and newer drawing options available. I studied at and graduated from CSUN, but learned most of my illustration and color skills after school on my own (Youtube color tutorials were a huge help). I pull inspiration from where ever. If I see a dope picture try and identify what I like about it, then save it in a reference folder. And I try slightly differently styles from time to time to keep me sharp.
Some of my favorite artists are: DeviantART artist Gao23, Ahmed Aldoori, Johannathemad, Godmachine, Grinddesign, Art Germ, Oscar Martin, And Chase Conolly. As for anatomy I actually memorized most of the superficial anatomy, which helps a great deal because understanding the function of a given muscle makes it easier for me to place it when drawing. In order to practice your anatomy drawing skills I would recommend doing timed sketches. If you can't access a live figure drawing class you can use a site like line-of-action(dot)com . In practice favor short full body gesture sketches over focused detailed drawings. Do this consistently for sessions than span a few hours and you'll start seeing improvements over the weeks. If you got anymore questions, just PM me
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