Hey I've got an annoying fucking problem. Got my tablet set up and I'm fucking around in photoshop. At seemingly random my smooth lines will turn all jittery. The only solution I could find online is "try a different driver" and I have, nothing has worked.
>>2284020 I might remember having problems like this years ago after a driver update for the tablet. I don't know if you can but maybe try installing an older version of the tablet driver and see if that fixes anything.
>used to draw from imagination >after looking on the internet, discovered that doing live and photo studies would help to improve >months after doing studies from reference I can notice a huge improvement, can reproduce images with increasing precision >can´t draw from imagination anymore >just looking at the blank paper and trying to put figures in a constructed 3D space without any reference is terrifying Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2283991 >drawing from imagination is an overrated skill on /ic/. "Visual libraries" don't make you a better artist. That's just fancy words for symbol drawing. jesus christ, are you literally retarded?
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When it comes to drawing realistic perspective, I've read that one point is not very realistic. What method do I use to get a realistic perspective?
I also have a difficult time trying to figure out where I am placing things. Say I wanted to draw a bedroom with people on the bed. I may be overthinking it but placing a horizon line/etc seems difficult on that front.
On that note, when it comes to people, is there a good resource to study individual limbs/piecing the body together as opposed to trying to learn... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
In one point perspective all horizontal lines are perfectly perpendicular to the viewpoint. This rarely/never happens in real life. Two point works in most situations where you're not looking up or down.
Where you place the horizon affects the mood of the picture. This is one of the things you can't learn by reading but have to experience by problem solving on your own. Sketch out the bed first as a rectangular box shape at first in a series of thumbnails. Pick the one you like best. It's... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
If you want to have natural figures then you need to actually draw them in fully and not have something that is essentially an advanced stick figure. They can still be simple, but they should have some volume to them. Right now the arms and legs have no form at all and are just a single line, and even your torsos and heads do not show the volume well and are just 2d flat shapes.
>>2283774 Well it isn't the simplification that is his issue here. You don't need form to capture gesture at all. It is that he doesn't understand weight and balance. Look at his character with the hand on the pelvis, obviously the left leg is bearing weight but there is no response from the pelvis or rib cage. If a person bears weight onto one leg like that the hips shift upward and the ribcage moves downward toward the hip creating a pinch. OP, some recommendations. Watch Michael Hamptons video series called... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2283786 >You don't need form to capture gesture at all Depends. I would say form can help show some important things in gesture like how a torso twists or if the rib cage sits in front of the pelvis in some way. It's not necessary in every pose though.
>Also check out Villpu This should be the main response. Vilppu shows very clearly a simple way of getting a natural fluidity in poses and can show gesture and form in an incredibly economical way.
I'm reading Drawing On the Right Side of the Brain, and it keeps telling me to do a blind contour line drawing for half an hour. Thing is, I feel pretty much done with the things in 5-10 minutes, and they look pretty similar to the models, am I doing something wrong by not paying proper attention or am I just particularly speedy at the exercise?
Blind contour drawing is completely useless. I had a teacher for lifedrawing who had the betty edwards psuedoscience book and she had us just do blind contour for more than half the duration of the two hour sessions every fucking time. Completely useless!
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