Actually you are the one being pretentious. There is not only one correct way, but there are absolutely wrong ways to hold a pen. Having a appropriate grip for the tool you are using is of outmost importance if you want to work long hours with maximum accuracy.
Once you know how to do this shit it makes eyeballing perspective on objects easier. Usually draw cross sections when I'm sketching so it works, but I tend to skip most of the extreme perspective measurement. Doing it was helpful in the long run, though.
You don't have to use the whole procedure for every little drawing. All his exercises teaches you one main thing: The ability to eye ball the convergence of paralell lines in perspective. When you can do that to a reasonable degree, construction becomes so much easier even when you're drawing figures and other organic forms.
With that said, it really helps to practice all the steps. It teaches you how to thing spatially on paper.
Painters.....please help me. I am taking a colour theory course currently and we are mixing chromatic greys. How do I do this?? It always ends up some kind of brown or green mud. It looks awful and nothing like it should. We are using liquitex acrylic paint on Bristol board (shit).
I have decided to stop being an arrogant piece of shit. I know my art isn't the best but I took advice and it got me where I am. I have taken another peak in my skill where I am trying to learn more again and make my stuff look better, but I really need help with pointers. This is a couple months old but I feel like it represents what I am capable of right now. I know proportions are not satisfactory for everyone but it is recognizable, in other words I may have developed a style for myself. I'm still trying to learn how to make beautiful yet simple hair. Right now... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2393987 When it comes to anti-aliasing, I have experimented with levels and methods. I actually like the aliased look when I work digitally. I like having the low-res look. It has also helped me do some rom hacking on old games just so I can get my hand into programming.
The moment when, in a Fine Arts class or Art Critique the teacher is explaining the subject basics and dynamics, specially the variety of artworks we are going to study and critique, from paintings to performances or even movies when the [insert harsh remark here] classmate asks in a clear, loud, self-importance-full voice:
"Excuse me, teacher. Are we going to study other arts such as Cosplay or Videogames as well?"
>>2393787 oh god. i drew maps and stuff all throughout middle and high school. pic related, something i did when i was a freshman.
drawing a coastline was like porn to me. it was so fucking cool. i always thought about certain places being populated by different cultures and stuff. really fun to do when i'm bored, but now i draw people and other stuff.
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