ITT: We're jelly of our favorite artists and talk about how we're totally gonna put effort into drawing. For real this time. Any minute now.
my passion has subsided. i don't know what i want to draw anymore or what stories i want to tell.
but somehow i still want to do it. i'm just not sure what.
You know the last thing that keeps my interest in drawing? Porn. As I get older and my fetishes crystallize more, there's less and less satisfying porn out there, so I resigned myself that I'll have to draw my own,
Fuck this bullshit I'm gonna draw right now. Well, in half an hour when I'm done with the coursework.
It's 1:30 am here. I'll do it tomorrow. I promise.
well, i found it on reddit anyway, are you happy?
I was that way about cute/sd lolis way back, figured it out ounce and managed to draw a couple, but eventually dropped the style altogether.
Right now I can emulate anything pretty okay, but I'm too fucking slow to finish almost anything.
Don't know exactly what you're trying to achieve, but maybe you can make use of your skills and draw something that looks both fairly anime-stylized and realistic enough?
But anon... they're like my children.
Like my adorable donged teenaged daughters.
Nigga I wish I could draw whatever, look at it, and immediately point out my flaws.
Studying actually helps alot, but still. How the hell should I know if I'm drawing it wrong.
Can't post my art, working on a different OS partition
I know it's tough, just try getting critiques from other faggots and studying shit like loomis. The important thing is to always try to seek improvement, people who are content with how their art looks stagnate.
Some, but it's simple enough that you can work it out with practice.
If you can't grasp heads and 3D spaces easily, draw simple 3D shapes and spaces. It'll help you gain understanding of volume and perspective.