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07-28-2019 04:20 AM
momen2019
Thankyou

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Originally Posted by MinsaWorks View Post
Hi Good afternoon, I think you would be good at animator art, your sketches are doodling sketches but by the looks of your sketches, your talent would be in animator art. I myself am a self-taught artist and my sketches were at the point where you're at now, although it took me a while to figure out what field I wanted to draw in, later I realized that I draw in multiple fields. I'm sure that with patience, practice and full attention you'll be an expert in no time! A few tips that helped me was watching videos, not necessarily tutorials but just regular art videos. Another tip was to trace from books or the internet and then draw my own details.
I hope that I was able to help you in some sort of way.
Check out my new art website. https://minsaworks.site123.me/

Best regards.
Thankyou I appreciate this i am already learning blender and photoshop
07-16-2019 06:56 PM
MinsaWorks Hi Good afternoon, I think you would be good at animator art, your sketches are doodling sketches but by the looks of your sketches, your talent would be in animator art. I myself am a self-taught artist and my sketches were at the point where you're at now, although it took me a while to figure out what field I wanted to draw in, later I realized that I draw in multiple fields. I'm sure that with patience, practice and full attention you'll be an expert in no time! A few tips that helped me was watching videos, not necessarily tutorials but just regular art videos. Another tip was to trace from books or the internet and then draw my own details.
I hope that I was able to help you in some sort of way.
Check out my new art website. https://minsaworks.site123.me/

Best regards.
07-16-2019 10:37 AM
momen2019
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Originally Posted by Kuverte View Post
I would say this is doodling - but I don't want to be negative. Doodles can work so well if you know how to do them. Google it and you will see what I mean.
May be thank you for your comment
07-16-2019 10:35 AM
momen2019
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Momen,

Like signatures, the more you repeat, the more persuasive the scribble becomes. After the ten thousandth time, you are not only confident, but also expressive. Drawing is the basis of all arts, the destination is in absorbing contrast, balance, proximity, repetition…etc. into your system. The disciplines you mentioned all involve this sense of grace we call aesthetics.

So, it does not matter which area you pick…as an ancient Chinese saying goes…All routes lead to the one destination. Animation, graphic design and interior design involve CG, are you ok with computers? They are more practical and many a times need to compromise with your clients eventaully on the job. Drawing and paintings talk more about personal expressions in the Fine Arts realm...do you contemplate over philosophy and life? This does not guarantee you wealth, but satisfaction, is that enough?

I taught many students doing what you are showing us here….shapes adding onto shapes to make subconscious drawings (that was even before the idea of zentangles were termed and took flight. Zentangles is just one method of creating image. It is a good way to practise the hand-eye coordination). I try also to get my students to be mindful of placement…you know, where the weight or the focus of attention is placed in the composition. May be this is what you could look further into with your raw beginnings.

…as an early formal training idea…try to add shapes within a boundary like a perfect circle or geometrical shapes, that would give you a better idea of ‘structure’ as a beginner.

Good luck!
Thank you Erik I aprreciate that
07-16-2019 10:33 AM
momen2019
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Originally Posted by picassolite View Post
You just might want to look into the field of Textile design.


It's a start.


Best regards
Thank you i will see
07-15-2019 08:21 AM
Kuverte I would say this is doodling - but I don't want to be negative. Doodles can work so well if you know how to do them. Google it and you will see what I mean.
07-04-2019 07:34 PM
erik Momen,

Like signatures, the more you repeat, the more persuasive the scribble becomes. After the ten thousandth time, you are not only confident, but also expressive. Drawing is the basis of all arts, the destination is in absorbing contrast, balance, proximity, repetition…etc. into your system. The disciplines you mentioned all involve this sense of grace we call aesthetics.

So, it does not matter which area you pick…as an ancient Chinese saying goes…All routes lead to the one destination. Animation, graphic design and interior design involve CG, are you ok with computers? They are more practical and many a times need to compromise with your clients eventaully on the job. Drawing and paintings talk more about personal expressions in the Fine Arts realm...do you contemplate over philosophy and life? This does not guarantee you wealth, but satisfaction, is that enough?

I taught many students doing what you are showing us here….shapes adding onto shapes to make subconscious drawings (that was even before the idea of zentangles were termed and took flight. Zentangles is just one method of creating image. It is a good way to practise the hand-eye coordination). I try also to get my students to be mindful of placement…you know, where the weight or the focus of attention is placed in the composition. May be this is what you could look further into with your raw beginnings.

…as an early formal training idea…try to add shapes within a boundary like a perfect circle or geometrical shapes, that would give you a better idea of ‘structure’ as a beginner.

Good luck!
07-04-2019 03:35 PM
picassolite You just might want to look into the field of Textile design.


It's a start.


Best regards
06-29-2019 07:30 AM
momen2019
Hello I am new please help

Hello I am new here and i have a question...i like to draw random shapes it just come to my head and i draw it on paper.. shapes that doesn't mean any thing i just feel good when i draw it and like to build more on it start with one shape and i continue to draw lines on it and build more shapes and i don't know what kind of art my work is belong to if it is belong to any kind of art?.. i just confuse about six majors that i would like to study or say six arts and i would like to know from your experience the best art that i can invest my talent in (if it is a talent ) i am a very beginner in the field of art..the majors is (interior design-graphic design-animator-abstract art-Sculpture-painting)if there is any suggestion field out of these six mention it...i had put some of my work or shapes that i talked about within this post.

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