Im trying to find....Evil/Dark looking Sword/Axe and im having trouble finding something I like. Im also going add add whenever I finally find going through another Dark/Evil looking shield. Help please!
I'm starting to get my head around this great software, but hope to clarify some things; - Why is it that when using the brush, pressing with full pressure doesn't achieve the darkest shade? It seems I need to go over it several times. - Speaking of that feature, I was hoping to make it so that only pressure would determine darkness. The problem is if I make a stroke next to a stroke that's already there, and I overlap, the overlap part gets darker. Can this be changed? - Is there a quick way to toggle off pressure, like if you just want to lay down some... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
How do colors work? How do i get an atractive and nice looking combination? I just have worked with pencil looking into realism but i just started into digital and want to get like 80's neon and cyberpunk style for a project i have in mind, any advice?
Im curious as to how other artists contruct their heads and faces. Do you use the loomis method? Or do you use your own self taught method? Post a quick sketch of how you construct the head and face and compare it to others
So i've been thinkin about this topic a lot lately, when is that the artist is ready to make some money with his art? Now i know that this isn't just about skill, as contacts and opportunities might matter even more, but i think that it's really hard to consider own artwork that good. So.. Is it just about publishing your art somewhere and waiting for people to catch on and hope that they will offer when they need your skills or how does this proffesional artist thing even work, i really have no idea. So any pros out there willing to help newbie or perhaps... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
A career in art is kind of like fishing. Some people with cast their pole and get some nibbles, some with get nothing and others with get the biggest goddamn salmon on their first try. Sometimes its the bait, or the way the fisherman wiggles their line.
But honestly, you will never get any fish if you sit at home trying to craft the perfect bait or fishing techniques if you dont get your ass to the river.
2deep4me metaphors aside, just put your work up, and go comment on other peoples works. Then people will notice you and eventually, you will garner people in... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
something that stops me wanting to draw is thinking it has to be good, when im not good
should i just throw away everything i sketch after i've done it? i feel like this could remove some performance anxiety, but i wanna know if thats somehow gonna hurt my progression (like if u need to look back and crit, or see progression or something)
Think of your drawings like frosting inside a frosting squeeze bag. The good drawings are inside you, but they're in the back of the bag. You have to squeeze out 100-200 shitty ones before the good ones start coming out. Be proud that you're getting the shitty ones out of the way first.
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