Can I get a drawing of Corey X Alphonse from /o/? Their relationship is described in the Honda General on /o/ that is currently up near the bottom They're two shitposting best friends in the same University who shit post /o/ Maybe work their cars into the scene Corey drives a white Honda Prelude SH Alphonse drives a FWD Ford Thank you!
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>>2384368 Thanks, I think I kind of have a grasp, I would have tried to implement it but as nose bro pointed out the hands did not connect so I had to scrap it in order to make a pose that actually fit the hands.
>>2384184 Oh well, that is too bad I find it more appealing this way
Does anyone else think that /ic/ is actually a decent place for learning? I'll admit it, as much as I really do hate reddit, I do browse it for hobby-related subjects, and while it's usually quite informative (compare business, personal finance and investing forums compared to /biz/ jesus christ) /learnart/ for example is fucking shit and the worst qualities of reddit just converge to make it insufferable. I guess being anonymous and not having to be nice makes things better here, shitposting aside.
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recently i found an amazing clay sculptor & stop motion animator through youtube called Guldies. i think his work is awesome, but what do you think? im interested in seeing other peoples thoughts on his work.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RAIO0a85Tco&ab_channel=Guldies - an old mans face sculpt
only been drawing since september so I suck, but I'm proud of sticking with it and settling into a practising pattern. I read a quote somewhere from a famous artist who said "it took me 9 years to learn how to draw, but 9 hours to learn how to paint."
Any advice when it comes to drawing lips/nose/eyes? I was able to draw an eye pretty well, but I went to draw a different eye from reference and it looked flatter than hell.
The same issue arises when drawing noses/lips. How can I make them look like proper 3D forms without shading? If I draw them they look like flat ugly outlines. How much help will drawing less lines do?
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