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Respost of the last pic, since it was the last one in the thread and I'd still like some feedback if possible.
>>2348569 The view on the screen is the one on the phone, so yeah, the one she sees is the exact same pic we see. I hope you are trolling, cause if you are not then I'm very stupid and I don't even realize it.
How many years does it take before you start gaining a semblance of online popularity with your art?
I've given up on tailoring my online art presence for one day being able profit off my art (mainly because I don't think I'll have time for commissions anytime soon--also because of getting depressed with how profitable photobashing is when I don't find it fun and don't want to compete with that anyway).
I always liked showing my art to others as a kid but now that I'm around university students doing science/technology work no one cares about doodles except people online. Which is fine, I draw fan art for personal reasons and post it, but my stuff gets a couple of faves when I post and then no one ever views it again. It just feels kind of lonely.
Is it just a matter of time thing? Or do people make friends somehow that I'm not aware of?
I also barely have time for art anymore due to school, so I don't post often. Is that one reason why?
tl;dr I'm doing art as a hobby, how do I get more viewers/online friends who care about my work and presence (not to gain shekels but just for fun/interaction)
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No. Who wants to hear an instructor with nearly 30 years of experience ramble on about his process while he draws for 3 hours? So not worth it. Art instructors should be dead silent and not say anything. What makes a good art instructor is that he draws or paints better than other people, I don't want to hear him sit here and try and "explain" how or why that might be-as if that's relevant at all.
>>2348171 That's what bugged me about Lipking's portrait video. The dude just stays almost dead silent while painting his wife and sparsely chimes in with some very obvious commentary on what he's doing like "just blending the edges on the neck." It's still cool to be able to see him paint, but goddamn banter a little, dude.
What book would you recommand to learn the volume? I really have a hard time to simplify form (you know when you start off and do a sphere for the head like loomis) I just can't get my head around it for some reason.. After years of frustrating attempts to draw anatomy, I'm thinking to just get Hogarth Dynamic Figure Drawing, draw non stop for a few months until I understand it and can draw it from imagination .. then apply a layer of realism after. The only problem is that I can see a lot of major flaws in Hogarth drawings, BUT he is the only one that seem to teach... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2348149 Thus saith Lord Vilppu: "Tools, not rules".
I'm having a tough time with this too, I finally decided that you have to come up with your own breakdown. I've been using Hogarth as well as an example, but I think the best thing to do is to get reference, and break it down into (your own) simple forms.
>>2348150 No in fact its the total opposite.. i cant understand forms in 3d, i cant understand volume.. Thats why i can copy a picture perfectly and it looks like a photo but i cant draw from imagination, there are always so many flaws related to volume/structure
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