You're supposed to study the foundations of art in order for you to have a solid understanding on what you want to draw or paint. It gives you a nice workflow since you know how the theory works.
It's similar to the foundation of any structure. You must have a solid foundation in order for the structure to stand firmly. A weak foundation might make the the building collapse halfway during the construction or will have a sloppy product afterwards.
>>2370194 If that's all you're doing? Yes. Creativity, like all things, is something you need to work at. Think of it as a muscle; if you don't give it some work, it's going to atrophy. If you haven't used it at all, don't expect it to be strong.
No it won't hinder your creative ability it will just halt it's progression However if you're really retarded and listen to far too much Feng Zhu you'll probably develop a less creative way of thinking
Does anybody have the progression image of someones drawing of General Ackbar where it goes from drawing with alot of character to boringly over rendered 3d looking concept art?
>>2370066 yo dude i have a question. there was this guy i found on concept art or some website that used to work for pixar, and he did these really trippy story boards in ink of cartoon eyeballs. do you know who im talking about?
>>2370050 Sean Galloway aka Cheeks. He never drew much before he was around 28. He went into military service and served on a Navy ship for 2 years. While he was out there he had a lot of time to himself and he started working really hard on his art. When he got done with his service he came back, and started posting his stuff online. He was noticed quickly by Sony Entertainment and did character designs for them for a while, and from there he was hired to draw the Teen Titans comic, and the rest as they say is history.
I tried it, but man it's tough. I ended up doing it all within the time limit with a blue pencil, then going over it all afterwards with ink. Jake is a good motherfucker... Will definitely do this more often though.
I've recently discovered his work and bought one of his artbooks, it's the title in the OP.
I've begun scanning it as I want some of his pictures without paying tons of cash, but the thing is that the images will need to be cleaned among other things. Any Nagelphile up to the task? Or know how I would do it?
Scanning a book is a really hard job. You need to despine the book or else many pages will have a blur because of the spine. You need a very good scanner and some twers in phtoshop. So unless you want to trash your book don't bother.
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